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Disney’s Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour {VIDEO}

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While in Orlando last week for Disney’s Social Media Moms Conference, we had the pleasure of staying at the Beach Resort for 6 nights. Located right beside Epcot, this deluxe resort offers quite a few family friendly amenities that we loved!

Disney's Beach Club Resort

We will be doing a full resort review very soon, but for now I would like to take you on a tour of our room.

We were staying in a standard view room that slept up to 5 adults. Our rooms was configured with 1 Day Bed and 2 Queen Beds, but you can also get them with a King Bed and a Day Bed as well.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour

Not only was the space very well appointed, our family never felt crowded during our downtime. Having the couch, which doubled as a daybed was great because the kids would hang out there and play games or read before bed.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour - Pull Out Couch

To the left of the entrance there was a single serve coffee maker(not a keurig), some tea, coffee re-fills and creams and sugars for your beverages. Underneath was an unstocked fridge that was perfect for storing water for the next day, quick snacks or leftovers.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour -beverage station

Beyond that was a huge closet that houses the in-room safe, ironing board and iron.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour - closet

To the right of the entrance was a the bathroom counter space that featured a double vanity, a blow dryer and some Disney branded soaps and lotions.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour - Bathroom

Adjacent to the ‘prep’ area was a separate room with a toilet and bathtub/shower.

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Bathroom

The main room has 2 comfy Queen bed, a dresser, couch, Flat screen TV and a desk that double as a dining table!

Disney's Beach Club Resort ~ Room Tour - TV stand

The TV has more than 80 channels, including Disney’s full lineup and some amusement park channels that help your day to day planning.

Because our room was a standard view, we overlooked the roof of the lobby and entrance to the resort. But don’t fret, you can see the higher fireworks from Epcot’s IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth show each night at 9pm.

We were traveling with my brother and his family so we also had a door that allowed us to connect with them whenever we wanted to all hang out!

Lisa Arneill
Lisa Arneill
Canadian mom of 2 busy boys (one with #ASD), photo addict, lover of adventure and wrinkly dogs. Also founder of Growing Your Baby - a parenting website.

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