A hotel that is a tropical paradise, part of a five island village. Now when you stay at any of the Disney Orlando Hotels, they give you free extra magic hours to use during your stay. Yes, this system allows one to go to the park early or stay a bit late, when only the hotel guests have access to the theme park. Just how cool is that!
So cool to have a fun resort experience. It is not a big deal for price, go for a split with a friend or couple to save money. Nice pool. Forget about the beer in the cafe-grocery, too expensive. Get your beer at Publix or the Wal-mart in Lake Buena Vista.
Each island has its own Swimming Pool for quick Splash dips. The service is excellent, with the room maids doing an excellent job. The Caribbean Beach Resort is a winner for being next to Epcot, plus lechina8.com cafe is close to the hotel. Neat in the very-sleepworthy rooms are the little storage shelves beneath the sink. Very good are the two sinks were located outside the bathroom. The Caribbean Beach is split into separate islands all situated around a lake. I loved the theme of the resort, each complex is like a different tropical island and the colors are very adorable-fun.
Probably the most difficult thing is making a selection. We had been staying at the Springhill Suites which is a pretty good Marriott Hotel chain. It doesn't really matter to us where we stay but we want something that's convenient and this is the best of it because of the bus service. You have to think about all of the amentities and put them on a sheet of paper when you are comparing hotels. It's tough to top what they put together as a package and the price point is decent, and All-Star Movies is fine at the value or cheap rate. Every one of the swimming pools is nice and they'll keep him at eighty-five degrees and the wintertime and that is what you need.