Disney’s Beach Club Resort‘s guest rooms and lobby area have a fresh, new look. Tour Disney’s Beach Club Resort on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel.
In the airy lobby a whimsical sea horse chandelier overlooks the lobby of teal blue easy chairs atop giant area rugs and terra cotta terrazzo flooring. Alcove sitting areas with striped sofas offer a bit of a respite from what tends to be a noisy lobby area since there always seem to be crowds of diners waiting their turn at the popular Cape May Café. For peace and quiet head outside where white rockers invite you to sit on the back porch, or to the sunny Solarium with views of the resort’s lovely gardens and the next-door Disney’s Beach Club Villas where a variety of crape myrtles, gardenias, and roses reside.
Guest rooms were recently revamped in a more clean and neutral style with splashes of color in bright teal entry doors and beds with pale sea blue leather headboards trimmed with mother-of-pearl. New taupe carpeting and wallpaper lends a soothing and fresh palette, and beds are topped with white sheeting, a navy and white bed runner, and a teal bolster.
Built into an oversized, dark wood bureau topped with black faux marble is a flat-screen TV. In the room’s corner sits a work desk. Most rooms have two queens, some with a single sleeper sofa sleeping five people; king-bedded rooms come with a single sleeper sofa and an easy chair.
The bath has two parts, each with faux planked flooring: outside there’s nautical striped textured wallpaper, a porthole effect, open shelf vanity with double sinks, and full-length and a lighted makeup mirror; a separate room holds a toilet and tub/shower surrounded with taupe marble lined with mosaic tile.
Amenities include H2O Grapefruit Bergamot bath products, an electronic wall safe, iron and ironing board, coffeemaker, refrigerator, and iHome docking station clock radio. View Disney’s Beach Club Rooms on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel.
One-bedroom Suites at 571 square feet offer a small parlor with a cream and taupe-colored single sleeper sofa with sea blue accent pillows. Framed seashell drawings adorn the room as well as a rattan oval coffee table and flat-screen TV atop a bureau.
Off the parlor is a patio or balcony - my last stay I was in a corner suite fronting the side and main back walkway of the resort, right next to the bridge leading to Epcot®. Through French doors curtained with non-private, nautical-striped sheers, enter the bedroom with its king bed, desk, queen sleeper sofa, and second TV and undercounter refrigerator within an oversized bureau. Windows are covered in neutral-colored, canvas Roman shades.
A standard-size bath with double sinks and a walk-in closet are located off the parlor. Sleeps five. All are located on floors one through four which requires quite a walk and an elevator ride to the concierge lounge. View Disney’s Beach Club One-Bedroom Suite on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube Channel!
It is definitely worth your while to consider a stay here on your next vacation to Walt Disney World® Resort.
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Cara Goldsbury is the author of The Luxury Guide to Disney Vacations and The Luxury Guide to Walt Disney World Resort. She is Chief Executive Concierge at Glass Slipper Concierge®, a travel agency specializing in Disney vacations, and has appeared as a leading Disney expert on two Travel Channel specials, Disney Splurge! and Disney Royalty. She has also been cited numerous times in national news articles, in such notable publications as Forbes Traveler, as an expert on the Walt Disney World® Resort.