Staying at a Disney World deluxe resort usually comes with beautiful theming, nice rooms, and perks like Extended Evening Hours. If you’ve decided to stay at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, you’re in for a treat!
This deluxe resort is a popular choice for guests wanting easy access to EPCOT or Hollywood Studios, which are both just a walk or boat ride away, or because of the epic pool, Stormalong Bay, which is almost like its own waterpark. It’s easy to decide why guests stay here, but, which rooms are the best?
Disney’s Beach Club gets lumped into a kind of mash-up concept with its hoity-toity sister resort, the Yacht Club, much like the twins, ‘Samneric’ from The Lord of the Flies (take a second to revisit that high school reading list memory). But just like ‘Samneric,’ they have their own identities, themes, and even price tags.
The Beach Club is a five-story deluxe resort and is themed around the casual vacation getaways of the New England beach cottages. The resort has a vibrant blue exterior accented by crisp white accents and the interior is light and bright with soft neutral flooring that mimics the pinkish sands of the beach. The resort faces Crescent Lake, is close neighbors with Yacht Club Resort, and has the best resort pool on property. You’ve picked a beautiful resort to spend your Disney vacation in, but let’s look at the best rooms!
The Beach Club rooms are soft and comfy, and capture that “beach cottage” feel that the Imagineers were going for. But if you’re looking for over-the-top Disney theming or character accents, you’ll be a bit disappointed. These are clean, simple, and cozy rooms, but definitely not high on the “character” scale. But maybe you’ll forgive them of that simply because they’re soo close to EPCOT!
There are 583 guest rooms, including Club level and several suite options at the Beach Club. The rooms are typically 381 square feet and feature two queen-size beds, a daybed, and a desk with chairs. There are some different categories to choose from: Standard View, Garden View, and Water View. There are also Club and Suites with Standard View, Garden View, and Water View.
For an extra cost, there are also club level or concierge rooms on the fifth floor Stone Harbor Club. Those these rooms are basically the same as standard rooms, they do offer access to additional amenities, including:
- An exclusive check-in area
- A concierge cast members to assist with personal vacation needs
- Nightly turndown service
- Access to a club lounge stocked with complimentary food and beverages
There are a few Suite options, including a Junior Suite, Two-Bedroom Suite, Nantucket Suite, Newport Suite, and Presidential Suite.
4th Floor Rooms
The top floor is typically reserved for the Club level rooms, but the next best thing without that concierge price tag is the fourth floor. These rooms provide better views (no matter what you’re direction you’re looking), but particularly if you have a Pool View where lower level rooms would just give you views of the back of pool lounge chairs.
Ok, ok, these won’t get you directly into EPCOT, but they are the closest rooms to the World Showcase and the International Gateway entrance. If you’re visiting during an EPCOT festival or you just know you’ll be spending a lot of time in EPCOT during this trip, these rooms might be worth requesting! Check out rooms ending in: -501 through -530.
Rooms that fall on the corner of buildings sometimes come with a little extra elbow room or even an extra window. For that chance to snag not just one views, but two look at these options, rooms ending in: -557, -565, -598, -606, -683, -691, -726, -727,
If you’re looking to be closer to Hollywood Studios, Stormalong Bay, and the Yacht Club, ask for rooms ending in -662 through -727.
So if you’re looking to book a stay at Disney’s Beach Club and want the best room available, keep these in mind! You can also always check out our reader reviews of Beach Club here.
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