Disney’s Caribbean Beach resort

Resort type: Moderate
Theming: The resort boasts 6 different sections each themed to a different Caribbean Island including: Martinique, Trinidad North & South, Jamaica, Barbados & Aruba.
Location: Epcot resort area
Transportation: Resort has its own bus to each of the parks and Disney Springs.
Rooms: 314 square feet. Each room has either 2 queen size beds or 2 Queen size beds with a murphy bed slightly smaller than a twin size. The pirate rooms feature 2 double beds in the shape of a pirate ship.
Dining: Old Royale food court (currently under construction as of March 2018)
Table service dining: Shutters restaurant
Pools: 6 including the main pool Fuentes del Morro pool is a zero entry pool themed after a colonial Spanish fortress located near the food court. It features 2 waterslides and spray water cannons. The resort also has 5 leisure pools in each of the different villages.
Kiddie Pool: no
Splash & Play area: yes
Playground: Yes. The resort offers 3 playgrounds in Martinique, Trinidad South & Jamaica.
Arcade: Goombay Games arcade located next to the food court.
Dog Friendly: no

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Pros: The bright colorful buildings and beautiful greenery will make you feel like you’re almost in the Caribbean. This moderate resort offers a larger size room with larger beds than the value resorts. Pirate fans young and old will enjoy the themed pirate rooms. In addition to the food court, they offer a table service dining restaurant featuring the flavors of the Caribbean. The resort also has many other wonderful recreation activities including fishing, bike rentals, volleyball, pirate cruises and more. Some of these activities do require a separate fee. This resort has been selected to be a part of the Disney skyliner transportation to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. Once this is complete, it will offer additional transportation options to the parks. The resort location is also central to many attractions including Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Disney Springs.

Cons: It is one of the largest moderate resorts. There are bus stops at each of the villages within the resort. This can result in a full bus if you are located at the far end of the resort, and additional time waiting for the next bus during busy periods. Due to the large size of the resort, you could potentially be walking more than at the other resorts to reach the food court and main pool. Currently this resort is undergoing MAJOR construction to fix these issues. Check in, dining, and shopping are located in pop up locations throughout the resort while they work on a new, expanded central area. Noise could be a factor if you have little ones napping at the resort during the day.

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