Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the sister resort of the Yacht Club. Both resorts share amenities (including the amazing Stormalong Bay pool!) and have similar rack rates so choosing the right resort for your family might come down to the decor you prefer. We love the renovated rooms at the Yacht Club and were thrilled to finally stay at the Beach Club to compare. The decor and relaxing feeling the room exudes far exceeded our expectations.
Inside the front door is a beverage station with a Keurig machine, refrigerator, ice bucket, and the most adorable artwork of Mickey and Minnie flying kites on a beach. Disney seriously needs to sell this artwork in the gift shop! The usual closet with sliding doors is next with the standard iron and ironing board, and extra blanket and pillow for the daybed.
Opposite the beverage station and closet is the bathroom. The configuration here is an open sink area with dual vanity, large mirror, storage underneath and lighted makeup mirror. There is no door or curtain to separate this area from the rest of the room so an early riser can’t block the light or noise from the bedroom. The tub/shower combo and toilet are in a separate room together.
Entering the bedroom, a television hangs on the wall above a dresser unit with plenty of drawer storage. Our room had a connecting door to the adjacent room and there is also a sofa that quickly converts into a twin-size daybed on this wall.
Again, I am vehemently against pull-out sofas in a deluxe hotel room, but love these daybeds. Remove the two decorative pillows and simply pull the backrest down. The cushions don’t need to be removed and stored haphazardly around the room and the bed takes up no more floor space than the original sofa configuration. Perfection! We always look for these convertible daybeds instead of traditional sofa beds when selecting a Disney hotel room.
Daybed in bed-mode. There’s a small 8-year-old in there somewhere!
Two luxurious queen beds, a center bedside table, and desk fill the other wall. These are pretty standard though it’s worth noting that nested within the desk is a second smaller, oval-top desk on wheels so there are two desks in one.
Beyond the beautifully textured curtains is a large balcony (outside our second-floor room, or a patio if you’re on the first, or just a standing Juliet balcony on the third floor). An additional table with two chairs increases the living space here.
Aside from the details and features of the room, what I love most about the rooms at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the way they make me feel. The calming blues, warm textures, and sealife artwork are just so relaxing. No room at Disney World has made me feel more relaxed than when I’m at the Beach Club. I was so inspired and wanted to redecorate my entire house when we returned home to replicate that relaxing feeling! It’s truly a beautiful room that is practically perfect for a family of four.
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By Traci|2020-05-13T15:25:25-04:00March 22, 2019|Disney|