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We just completed a week's stay at Disney's Beach Club Villas. We are DVC members and stayed in a 2-bedroom villa. There were 4 adults and 2 children. We had plenty of room for all of us and having a full size kitchen and washer/dryer...More
We've stayed at Animal Kingdom, the Polynesian, and Coronado Springs and have attended special events in the Grand Floridian and a few other Disney properties. After our recent 5 day stay in July 2014, Disney's Beach Club Villas are by far our favorite place to...More
I went on a family vacation. My 7 month old son came down with a croupy cough. At 1 am my husband called down to the front desk to ask if a humidifier was avail since my son was sick. Hotel provided us with a...More
There are times when a standard resort room won't do... when you need more space, more bathrooms, just... more. That's where the Beach Club Villas come in. Blended seamlessly into the Disney Beach Club Resort, the villas offer deluxe studios, one, two and three bedroom...More
We stayed at the Beach Club Villas the last week of May and we absolutely loved it!! We had a one bedroom villa overlooking the quiet pool. There were 4 of us and there was plenty of room. The place was clean and comfortable and...More
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You would take the monorail from Epcot to the Transportation and Ticket center . Then get off the monorail and board another one to take you to Magic Kingdom . Unfortunately ( although there has been much y’all over the... More
You would take the monorail from Epcot to the Transportation and Ticket center . Then get off the monorail and board another one to take you to Magic Kingdom . Unfortunately ( although there has been much y’all over the years ) there is no single monorail from Epcot to Magic Kingdom .