PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour a 2-Bedroom Villa at Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Welcome to Disney’s Beach Club Villas! This New England-style resort hotel sits on Crescent Lake next to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and is only a short walk from EPCOT. It’s also home to the famous Beaches & Cream Soda Shop. So grab a milkshake and check out our tour of a two-bedroom villa, part of the Disney Vacation Club offerings at Disney’s Beach Club Resort.
Watch our video of the bedroom below, then keep reading for more photos.
Immediately upon entering, there’s a small table with a large shell mirror above it.
The table doesn’t include a drawer, but it’s a nice spot to freshen up before leaving the room.
There are beach-themed decorations throughout the suite, so there’s some seashell art just past the vanity.
Immediately to the left in the entryway is the first bathroom.
There’s a small mirror with a shelf and hooks and would be the perfect place to hang bags or masks.
The first closet in here has a laundry basket, vacuum, and luggage rack.
A second closet has hangars and another luggage rack. This bathroom connects to the double bedroom, so has plenty of storage space for more than one person.
There’s two sinks and a large mirror above them.
The storage space beneath the sinks houses the hair dryer.
Of course it comes with all the necessary toiletries.
A door leads into the toilet and shower room.
There are two towel racks next to the shower, so everyone can have their towel hanging up.
The shower has a sliding door, and a built-in shelf for shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and soap.
There’s an additional towel rack above the toilet.
Like much of the suite, the double bedroom has light blue walls with white trim, giving a soft sky or ocean feeling to the rooms. The bedrooms are also carpeted, while the rest of the suite has hardwood flooring.
There are two queen beds with white linens. They touch the ground, so there is no storage space beneath the beds. The lights above are controlled by switches next to the end table.
A mirror hangs to the side of one bed, which does seem like a difficult spot to squeeze into.
Though they are light brown wood, the headboards are reminiscent of ocean waves.
There’s a wood dresser with several built-in outlets on top.
Another wall-mounted TV is above the dresser. The standing light also has a built-in round shelf for extra space.
There’s a chair nearby, as well as some more artwork hidden behind the lamp.
There are three balconies in this suite. Each one has two chairs and a small table.
You can see the suite’s other two balconies to the right of this one.
On the other side of the suite is the main bedroom with a king-size bed.
There’s a chair next to another lamp with a built-in shelf.
Once again, the art is hidden behind the standing lamp.
The same marble-top dresser is in this bedroom too.
Each handle has a seashell design on it, adding to the subtle beach theming of the suite.
There’s a small bench with additional storage next to the dresser.
And above the bench is a nearly full-length mirror.
There’s some more sea-themed artwork in here.
The end table has two large drawers.
Starfish are on the end table’s handles.
There’s a small desk next to the balcony with another mirror above it. Like most of the furniture in the suite, the desk has charging ports built into the back of it.
Off the main bedroom is yet another balcony.
We had a view of the river and pool.
And we could just barely see Spaceship Earth in EPCOT.
There’s a tub perfect for relaxing baths in this bathroom.
There’s also a vanity, and next to that a closet.
This is technically a walk-in closet, but don’t be deceived: you can only hang clothes at the very back, not on all three walls. The iron and ironing board is in here.
Through a door, you’ll find a large, though somewhat oddly-shaped shower.
Another door leads out of the bathroom into the living space.
There’s a second sink in here, next to the door leading to the toilet.
Immediately outside of the primary bedroom and bath is a closet hiding the laundry unit.
We can then enter the living room, kitchen, and dining area.
There’s a breakfast counter with two chairs looking into the kitchen.
In the kitchen, you’ll find all the necessary appliances, including a refrigerator, oven, and dishwasher.
There’s also a microwave above the oven, plus a toaster and coffee-maker.
Across from the kitchen is a dining table and bench.
The table can be moved around to create more space.
Above the sofa is a set of seashell artwork.
The sofa, of course, folds out into a bed.
Across from the sofa-bed is a wall-mounted TV.
There’s a cabinet with built-in charging ports.
Finally, there’s a third balcony directly off of the living room.
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