Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort 

Tropical treasure

You’ll arrive at Old Port Royale to check in, a lively yet laid-back hub of the resort, perfectly setting the scene for your beach-inspired holiday in the EPCOT area of Walt Disney World.

This easy-breezy hotel encapsulates island-style living with an unmistakable Disney theme. It’s a large resort with rooms split across five areas named after Caribbean islands. Conveniently, each area has its own swimming pool, but the large Fuentes de Morro pool, modelled on an old Spanish citadel, is where you’ll find water fountains, squirty cannons, and water slides. Disney classifies this resort as Moderate, its mid-level tier, so you can expect comfortable yet frills-free rooms with housekeeping every other day and mostly casual, counter-service restaurants.

Why we love Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

  • The Disney Skyliner, Walt Disney World’s gondola system, has a stop at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort to whisk you to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT.

  • Rooms featuring a secret pulldown kids’ bed are ideal for families of five who all want to share a room.

  • There are laundry facilities throughout the resort, so you can pack a little lighter and refresh everyone’s wardrobes mid-week if you like.

  • You’ll get early theme park entry by staying in a Disney moderate resort, like this one, giving you access to the fun 30 minutes ahead everyone else.

Mar - Jun, Oct - Dec
Approximately 10 hours to Orlando
In the EPCOT area of Walt Disney World
Approx. 30 minutes from Orlando airport
Suitable for children



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Spas & wellness
  • Sustainability
  • Children

The three restaurants lean on Caribbean and Latin flavours in the menus, but there are some USA favourites you’ll always find, such as burgers and pizzas. And this being Disney, kids’ menus are standard in every restaurant. Banana Cabana is a colourful bar with equally colourful cocktails on offer, and if you’re looking for a quick bite, there’s a bar menu here, too.

Sebastian’s Bistro
Latin and Caribbean flavours on a fixed price menu served sharing style at dinnertime.

Centertown Market
A quick-service restaurant serving burgers, sandwiches, pizzas, and made-to-order Caribbean dishes from a counter. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Centertown Market Grab & Go
Pick up drinks, treats, coffees, and smoothies when you’re keen to be on the move.

Banana Cabana
An open-sided tropical bar serving a full drinks and cocktail menu alongside bar bites.

Spyglass Grill
Pick up breakfast, lunch, or dinner from this counter-service restaurant, with space to dine overlooking Barefoot Bay.

Enjoy a sociable evening sharing platters of Caribbean dishes at Sebastian’s Bistro.

What's included

Room Only

Upgrade options

Disney quick-Service Dining Plan
When you stay at Walt Disney World, you can take advantage of the Disney quick-Service Dining Plan. This plan is available at over one hundred locations and includes two quick-service meals and one drink with each meal per guest, as well as one snack and a refillable mug per person. The plan is conveniently loaded onto your Disney band or card, and you can use it to redeem the credits at any time during your stay.

Disney Dining Plan
The Disney Dining plan preloads your Disney band or card with credits that you can use to pay for meals at over two hundred locations throughout the park. Every night of your stay, you'll receive credits for one quick-service meal, one table-service meal, one drink per meal, and one snack. On arrival, you'll get a refillable drink mug that you can use for free refills at your Disney resort hotel. The dining plan includes fine and signature dining, dinner shows, and character dining, but remember that two table-service meals will be deducted from your dining credits.

There isn’t a fitness centre or spa, but you can follow a 0.6-mile jogging trail or have a game of volleyball on a sand court at the resort.

To reduce waste, Walt Disney World has stopped using single-use plastic straws and stirrers. It is also aiming to achieve zero waste to landfill by 2030. The organic waste produced at Walt Disney World is sent to an off-site composting facility to create nutrient-rich soil that can be used to nourish plants.

This is a fantastic family hotel with children firmly in mind with the configuration of the bedrooms, comfortably accommodating families of up to five. Children’s menus are available at every restaurant, and family activities include toasting marshmallows over a campfire on the beach, and Movies Under the Stars at 8pm every night.

Alongside six swimming pools, all of which are child-friendly, there’s a playground that features an interactive water play zone.

Families may find it helpful to know there are self-service laundry facilities available.

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