Walt Disney World resorts, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Disneys Caribbean Beach resort
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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is a moderately-priced Walt Disney World resorts near Epcot and features 2,112 guest rooms, a large pool area and several small sandy beaches.

This Walt Disney World resort is designed with a Caribbean theme and offers various water sports at the Marina. What is so special about this place is that it has two story buildings clustered into five lakefront tropical island villages: Trinidad (separated into North and South), Aruba, Barbados, Martinique and Jamaica.

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is very beautiful and well maintained. The transportation throughout the resort and to the parks is easy, convenient, and on time. The property is bigger than most other Disney properties, so be prepared to walk.
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Walt Disney World resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Disney's Grand Floridian hotel resort
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The fantastic Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa hotel is considered the crown jewel of the Walt Disney World Resort hotels. Resembling a fairy-tale castle with its white towers, it is a luxurious Walt Disney World resort for the entire family.

The luxurious spa offers a balanced program of beautifying and wellness services designed to invigorate the mind and relax the body. It’s one of the finest spas you can find.

This red-and-white Victorian-style resort features an elegant design, a Jacuzzi, two pools and a white-sand beach. Here you have even more chances to experience the magic of Disney with Extra Magic Hours.
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Walt Disney World resort, Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Disney's Contemporary resort

Of all the Walt Disney World resorts, the most famous is the Contemporary resort. This was one of the first Walt Disney World resort hotels made on Disney property, and the only one with Disney’s monorail train running right through it.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort is in walking distance of the Magic Kingdom and six miles from Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It is also connected to the other parks through a monorail which runs through the interior of the hotel.

On the other side, guests can enjoy the Electrical Water Pageant and Bay Lake. There is nothing better than staying on site for the complete Disney experience. You can clearly see the Magic Kingdom and the late night fireworks from this Walt Disney World resort.
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