Disney’s Boardwalk Villas are part of the Boardwalk Inn, a Deluxe property located on the shores of Crescent Lake in the Epcot resort area. As you stroll along the 1/4 mile long Coney Island styled Boardwalk along the lake, you’ll enjoy the sights and sounds reminiscent of Atlantic city in the 1940’s. There’s something for everyone ‘on the Boardwalk’ from some saltwater taffy or a piece of fudge from Seashore Treats to a full service, signature dining experience at the Flying Fish Cafe. Enjoy your favorite sports at the ESPN club, your favorite Mediterranean food at Kouzzina by Cat Cora, your favorite pastry at the Boardwalk Bakery, or dance the night away at Atlantic Dance Hall (adults only here). Visit the Big River Grille and Brewing works to try a fresh-brewed specialty ale with your lunch or dinner. In the evening, the Boardwalk transforms into a carnival-like atmosphere with midway games and performing artists.
Although some of the rooms overlook the lake and the hustle-and-bustle of the Boardwalk, many are located on inner courtyards with a quiet, park like atmosphere and beautiful gardens. Most of the rooms are made for larger families. They do offer Deluxe Studio rooms that sleep four guests, a 1 bedroom villa that also sleeps four guests, a 2-bedroom villa that sleeps 8 guests and Grand Villas that sleep 12. Except for the Deluxe Studio rooms, all of the Villas have a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and many of the amenities you would find at home.
The resort’s main pool, Luna Park, features the 200 foot Keister Coaster water slide. There are also 2 quieter pools along with a children’s pool and playgrounds located on the property. Bikes and surreys are available for guests to rent and activities include an arcade, tennis, fishing and a Disney movie under the stars. Epcot is a short walk away (entrance to Epcot is at the International Gateway between the United Kingdom and France pavilions). Hollywood Studios is also connected by a walkway, but the walk is longer – about a mile. Both Epcot and Hollywood Studios are conveniently accessible by water taxi. (Interesting fact – you can take the same water taxi from Epcot to Hollywood Studios) Transportation to all other areas on Disney property is provided by bus.
You’ll be sure to enjoy your stay at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. From the moment you arrive in the elegant reception area, complete with a comfortable lounge area in which to relax to a miniature carousel actually hand-crafted at Coney Island in the 1920’s to view; to the time you leave with your newly created Disney memories, you’ll be treated like the most special guest in the ‘World’. This upscale, exciting resort is sure to make your Disney dreams come true.
Click here to see a resort map: Boardwalk Villas