Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort really lives up to its name; it brings the Caribbean to Florida! This hotel is set amongst swaying palm trees, white-sand beaches and colonial-style buildings. Its wealth of on-site facilities coupled with its themed rooms and well placed location make for a great stay.
During the day, jump on one of the complimentary shuttles to one of Disney's theme parks. Alternatively, enjoy a spot of fishing on a guided excursion or take a scenic run on a 0.6 mile jogging trail. Children can enjoy a pirate adventure cruise or a run around in the playground.
Your room combines a natural decor with a Caribbean twist. Welcome touches include a coffee maker, mini-fridge, hairdryer, iron and board and Wi-Fi access. Why not relax in your room and order some food from the pizza delivery service?
Discover a treasure trove of feasts and grab-and-go bites. From Aruban, Jamaican and Martinique inspired flavoured snacks to sandwiches, pastries, burgers and tacos, there is plenty to tempt your taste buds. Centertown Bar is the perfect place to satisfy your need for a cold drink.
Discover why Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is a favourite place to stay in Orlando.
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort has abundant facilities, including: six swimming pools,five eateries, bar, childcare services, Minnie Van™ service, laundry and dry cleaning services, mail services, merchandise delivery and pickup, and Disney bus transportation.
Food, drink & entertainment
The Island Market snack stations serve up satisfying snacks such as yoghurt, pastries, sandwiches, salads and fruits. Centertown Food Truck is the perfect place to pick up some quick and casual food such as breakfast sandwiches and pastries in the morning and burgers and roasted chicken in the evening.
To fuel yourself for a day in the parks, head down to the Centertown Pavilion for a buffet style breakfast or dinner. They also serve a mouthwatering a la carte lunch.
At the Spyglass Grill, sample some American fare with a Caribbean twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, sample the cream cheese and guava stuffed french Toast with bacon and for lunch, choose tacos with a filling of your choice; fish, beef or jerk chicken. Wash it down with a selection of frozen alcoholic and non-alcoholic favourites, wine, and ice-cold beer.
Sport, games & activities
Start your day with a run around the jogging trail with views of Barefoot Bay. Alternatively, embark on a leisurely bike ride along the island promenade or take on your partner in a game of beach volleyball. Enjoy a swim in one of the six pools overflowing with Disney themes and character.
Set sail on a Pirate Adventure Cruise, ideal for children between 4 and 12 years of age. There are two washbuckling adventures; Islands of the Carribbean and Albatross Treasure Cruise, both of which are kids-only and take place every day (weather permitting).
When night time falls, gather round the campfire for some old-fashioned family fun, roasting marshmallows on a fire! Once you're done, head over to the Caribbean Cay Island to enjoy a beloved Disney film under the stars at an outdoor theatre.
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort has 2,109 rooms, comprising Standard View, Water or Pool View, King Bed and Preferred rooms. Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort rooms come with two queen beds, cable tv, air conditioning, coffee maker, mini-fridge, hairdryer, iron and board, safe and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Adrenaline rushes, spectacular shows, top-notch shopping and palm-fringed pools - who said Orlando was just for kids? This destination is soaked in Florida sunshine and packed with fun things to do.
Here you can experience white-knuckle rides, awesome animal shows, jaw-dropping firework displays and very special effects at some of the planet's most famous theme parks. And there's more: Orlando is home to brilliant golf courses, discount shopping malls and a huge choice of places to eat and drink. After a hard day having fun, chilling out beneath the tropical sunset with an ice cold cocktail takes some beating.
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Orlando is warm and sunny all year round. Visit between November and April for low humidity and a fix of winter sun.
Orlando is home to the world's most dazzling attractions - and the theme parks are a great place to start. Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter are all impressive in their own special way. Visit the Kennedy Space Centre, swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove, or head out to the Everglades on an airboat adventure. Play golf in the sunshine on first class courses, go shopping in big discount malls, or simply unwind by your hotel pool. Orlando holidays are all about fun things to do - the only problem you'll have is trying to cram everything into one trip...
There's an enormous choice of places to eat and drink in Orlando. All of the city's districts have plenty of restaurants, but a meander along International Drive will give you the chance to choose from the most eclectic menu: Chinese, steakhouses, big buffets, Indian, American, Italian, fast food, Mexican and much more. Both Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando have night time complexes with plenty of eateries on site.
The entertainment in Orlando is non-stop and it definitely doesn't quieten down after sunset. If you want to continue the theme park fun into the night, head to entertainment complexes CityWalk at Universal Orlando, or Downtown Disney within Walt Disney World Resort. On buzzing International Drive, you can enjoy everything from show dinners and cocktail bars to pubs and nightclubs.
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