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Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

Six brightly coloured island villages

Capture the alluring ambience of the tropics at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, situated in the Epcot Resort area. Six brightly coloured villages, each named after a Caribbean island and with brightly coloured two-storey buildings, have their own heated swimming pool. The resort's main feature pool has waterfalls and waterslides. This tropical lakeside paradise has plenty of sandy beaches to relax on so, if you fancy getting a taste of the Caribbean, it is the resort for you.

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Hayes & Jarvis Rating

Guide Price

 £1,749  per person
Hotel Category
Location Type
Theme Park
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 8752 Reviews
Mickey and Minnie at Epcot

Hotel highlights

  • 15 minutes from Epcot theme park
  • Themed feature pool and 6 additional pools
  • Sandy beaches surrounding a 45-acre lake
  • Shutters Restaurant featuring American Cuisine
  • Old Port Royale Food Court for meals and snacks

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 2109 rooms
  • Minimum age: 18
  • Floors have lift access: No

Main Facilities

  • Free parking
  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool
  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

For Families

  • Babysitting
  • Family Rooms
  • Kid's Pool

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

  • Theme Park
  • Approx. 30 mins from Orlando International Airport
8752 Reviews 68% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2752
  • Very Good 3208
  • Average 1691
  • Poor 701
  • Terrible 400

What to Expect

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Feb 22, 2020

Amazing Amazing trip! Just a few little problems to tweak

Purton, United Kingdom

We got an excellent deal staying at Disney's Caribbean Beach resort from 9th Feb-20th Feb 2020. We are a family of three travelling from England and this was our third trip to Walt Disney World after previously staying at another Moderate range hotel, Disney's Port Orleans Resort Riverside on our last two trips. As our first trip in a different hotel, especially considering our love for Riverside, we were initially nervous about how our experience would differentiate from previous Disney holidays. We needn't have been worried regarding the hotel, the theming was perfect. The caribbean holiday atmosphere and vibe was beautiful, relaxing and so much fun, from the smell of the lobby, to the wildlife (birds, turtles and lizards) surrounding the resort. We were staying in the Jamaica section of the resort which meant we were a short walk over the lake to the main amenities section as well as an even shorter walk to the Skyliner transportation system. The room was lovely, about the same as what we'd come to expect in Port Orleans, only with a different style of theming. Two extremely comfortable beds, two mirrors and sinks, huge television, plenty of storage, air conditioning, a sofa and a pulldown bed if necessary. We had our own pool and beach with hammocks located for Jamaica nearby, as well as a refillable drinks machine around the corner. We used the main Quick Service 'Centertown Market' a few times during our stay. Although the breakfast was nice, we found that the actual restaurant was limited on overall food options and was on the smaller side in comparison to the quick services in the park and in other resorts. The quick service at Riverside is huge and has plenty of options situated in different stations which would definitely put it over the top in regards to food for us. The Skyliner service is absolutely brilliant for getting to Epcot and Hollywood Studios quickly during the day, however isn't open during magic Hours either before or after park opening and closing which struggled to make sense to us. This aside, it was extremely helpful and one of our favourite parts of the entire trip. We would definitely put it up there with one of the biggest perks of staying at Caribbean Beach. It is quick, easy to use and an enjoyable experience which we loved. The only downside (which is unfortunately quite a big part of our trip) is the shocking bus service. We have never had a problem with busses on previous trips and thought that it would be the same this trip but this wasn't the case. Although the Skyliner was useful, getting busses before magic hours started (Especially for Hollywood Studios) was horrendous. As we wanted to get there before 8am to get on Rise of the Resistance, this was a big problem for us. One member also waiting for the bus ended up contacting the team on the bus station telephone. Another incident occurred when waiting for a bus to Animal Kingdom which never showed up after an hour of waiting. One member of our family ended up telling the bus driver on another bus to call a bus for us all as the bus station was full with guests wanting to go to AK. Getting back from Magic Kingdom was the worst however, with one day finishing Magic hours and waiting 35 minutes for a bus to arrive, only for the bus to be full. The driver assured us that he would send another bus, which ended up taking another hour to get to us. We felt that this was disgusting and not up to Disney standard at all, we would even recommend getting a car or perhaps even staying at another resort to avoid this as it was extremely stressful, made us late for other plans we had, or got us back so late we were too tired to utilise our next morning in the park. Overall, we had an absolutely amazing holiday that we will always cherish and would definitely recommend this hotel! We would love to stay here again, especially due to the handiness of the Skyliner, however would maybe look at another resort unless we knew that the Bus situation had been sorted out as it caused a massive strain on our trip. Other than that, we couldn't recommend this hotel enough.
Feb 21, 2020

Great time-slow front desk

I really enjoyed the property. It's big but doesn't feel overcrowded. The skyliner was a great experience and it was so convenient. The front desk was understaffed most of the time and there seemed to always be a line. At one point, my husband and I were waiting in line to ask a simple question and we noticed two supervisors behind the desk area chatting, laughing, and looking at their phones while clerks served guests in the line. One of them noticed that I was watching her and she finally stepped out to the line to ask what I needed. She was very short with her answer and almost rude. Other than that experience, everyone was friendly.
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