PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour a Deluxe Room at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Now Open Once Again
We previously toured a two-bedroom villa and a deluxe studio villa at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. This week, we’re staying in a deluxe room. These are larger than a standard room and have views of Stormalong Bay, Crescent Lake, Quiet Pool, or parking. They can sleep up to six adults, with two queen beds and one queen-size sleeper sofa.
A section of tile flooring leads from the door into the room.
There’s a short hallway around the corner.
A small bench is past the window, perfect for putting on shoes.
There’s some storage space within it too.
Mickey and Minnie fly kites on the beach in this artwork.
To the right at the end of the hallway is the bathroom.
To one side of the vanity is the closet, where guests will find the foldable luggage rack and ironing board.
The safe is on the wall.
There are two sinks in the vanity, with storage space beneath.
The room comes fully stocked with toiletries.
A magnifying mirror unfolds from the wall.
A door to the right leads to the toilet and shower.
Bath soap, body wash, conditioner, and shampoo are inside the shower.
The curtain is covered in bubble-like dots, with a few hidden Mickeys.
Living Space and Bedroom
Finally, the room opens up to the living space.
A small bar is next to the bathroom, and this is where you’ll find a Keurig and mini-fridge.
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There’s a sofa and armchair around the coffee table.
Next to the queen beds is a small desk.
A short rolling table can be used to extend the desk space.
Between the beds is an end table with the phone and a shelf on top.
There are two drawers.
Seashell artwork is on the wall.
Switches next to each bed control the lights above.
The wicker coffee table has some storage space.
The coffee table easily moves aside for the sleeper sofa.
Gravity Falls was keeping us entertained as we looked around.
Atop the dresser is the TV remote, clean and wrapped in plastic.
Charging ports are on the side of the dresser.
We had a view of the Quiet Pool.
Though the balcony only has one door, it does extend the whole length of the deluxe room.
There are two chairs and a small table.
Have you stayed in a deluxe room at Disney’s Beach Club Resort? Let us know what you thought in the comments.