PHOTOS: 2019 Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Christmas Decorations Reflect a Taste of the Islands

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Christmas in the Caribbean? That’s what you will experience when you visit Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort this holiday season. We went over this week to check out the holiday decorations at the unique resort.

The parking lot light poles are all wrapped in lighted garland, which is a nice touch to extend the decorations beyond the main building. in the drop-off area, more garland hangs over the doorways and above in the chandelier.

The main entryway from the drop-off area features multiple strands of garland hanging above guests. These are without a doubt some of the most colorful holiday decorations on property.

Inside, guests are immediately greeted by the first Christmas tree at Old Port Royale.

Bows, pineapples, and metal parrots adorn this tree alongside bright flowers.

The remodeled lobby was already bright and inviting, and the Christmas decorations only add to that feel. The bright tropical colors continue to feature throughout.

Two trees frame the kids TV seating area in the check-in room.

Bright wreaths hang above the check-in and concierge desks.

In the main lobby, we get out first look at the Christmas trees that sit in the windows. Bright garland also hangs above the doors that lead outside.

The trees look beautiful from both inside the lobby and outside as well.

As you walk outside, more garland is strung along the overhang at the Banana Cabana bar.

From the dock, the outside seating at Centertown Market is well illuminated with more colorful tropical garland.

Inside Centertown Market, more decorative accents are visible all over the area. Garland, wreaths, and Christmas trees are plentiful inside the dining area.

The wreaths have fruit baskets.

Merry Christmas to the Caribbean Beach Resort Plinko board only.

Inside Calypso Trading Post, more garland is hung throughout the wood frames in the ceiling.

There is an entire wall of Disney Skyliner Funko Pop! figurines. A bit of a pile-up one could say…

That wraps up our look at the Caribbean Beach Resort! Stay tuned to WDWNT for the latest holiday updates.

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Chris Green

Professional sports photographer, NPS & NMPA member, SKYWARN spotter, Nikon shooter, Stadium Journey Florida Regional Director, Disney passholder, and Miami native living in Orlando.

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