PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour a Two-Bedroom Suite at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn reopened to guests July 2. This is the first time guests have been able to stay at the hotel since Walt Disney World closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. The Villas at Disney’s BoardWalk have been open since June 2020. We were lucky enough to stay in a two-bedroom suite at BoardWalk Inn. Let’s take a look at the suite.
A half bath is located just inside the entryway. The bathroom has a single vanity and a toilet.
We find this half bath to be the best in all of Walt Disney World. From its wainscoting to the Mickey Mouse details on the mirror, this is Disney at its finest.
The patterned wallpaper adds another layer of detail to the bathroom.
The entryway also has a chest of drawers. The drawers are wide but shallow. A large oval mirror hangs above.
An ice bucket, cups, and bottled water are atop the cabinet.
The kitchenette is adjacent to the half bath.
A large, rectangular mirror hangs in the kitchenette.
The kitchenette has a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, and sink.
A DeLonghi coffeemaker and supplies stand ready on the counter. Directions are included.
A drawer below the coffeemaker includes everything needed to brew a delicious cup of coffee. DeLonghi glassware is also here.
A small sink is perfect for washing coffee glasses. Liquid dish soap, a sponge, and a dishtowel are provided.
Below the sink, a cupboard contains a wastebasket.
Coasters and a wine opener are stored in one drawer. The kitchenette is perfect for hosting a gathering in the suite.
A small microwave is installed below the countertop.
For a small refrigerator, we found this one to be quite spacious.
The kitchenette is open to the living area.
The large, open living area has a ceiling fan.
A table with seating for four is near the kitchenette.
A chandelier reminiscent of a lantern hangs above the table.
A sleeper sofa seats three. The throw pillows are decorated with hot air balloons. A coffee table sits in front of the table. A coffee table book about magic makes for an interesting read.
The sofa becomes a queen bed.
A single end table has a notepad, lamp, and telephone.
Storage is available below the television. The unique cabinet has swiveling drawers on each side. A Blu-ray player is also provided.
Another beautiful mirror hangs above the writing desk.
The porcelain lamp base features Minnie Mouse.
Hidden Mickeys are found on the desk’s legs.
An armchair rounds out the living area seating.
Tall French doors separate the living room from the primary bedroom.
The four-post bed is the feature furniture piece.
Tappable reading lights are available above each side of the bed frame.
The bedding has a beautifully textured pattern with decorative pillows to add an extra homey feel.
Another armchair and throw pillow are set adjacent to the bed and nightstand.
Both nightstands on either side of the bed feature a top pull-out writing surface and two lower drawers with a large space in between for storage.
An alarm clock and glass jug sit on the nightstand, small elements that add to the overall theming of the suite.
A TV sits across from the bed over a large dresser with plenty of drawers.
Modern-themed amusement park artwork adorns the wall on the opposite side of the room.
A vintage-style vanity sits in the powder room next to the primary bedroom, with more drawers under the mirror.
This piece of furniture is great because it goes right along with the original theming of Disney’s Boardwalk Inn.
The wall sconces are on theme and feature signature hidden Mickeys.
A sliding door closet is across from the vanity.
One side of the closet contains extra pillows and blankets, hangars, a safe, and a luggage rack.
The other side contains two non-branded robes, an iron, and an ironing board.
Sealed slippers are provided underneath the robes.
The primary bathroom is large and spacious, with beautifully laid tile throughout.
A double vanity features a nice, big mirror for the shared space. A decent-sized full-length mirror is on the privacy door to the toilet room.
Entrance to the bathroom from the bedroom.
One side of the double sinks has hand soap, four small washcloths, and two hand towels. The other side of the sink has a tissue box and outlets.
The setup of H20 products includes facial soap, cooling aloe gel, mouthwash, softening mint foot rub, a shower cap, vanity kit, shaving kit, body lotion, and two dental kits.
Space underneath the sinks has shelving with a blowdryer, wastebasket, and bathmat.
The moderately-sized toilet room within the bathroom is separated by a large privacy door.
Tissue paper in the toilet room is stamped with the logo of Disney’s Boardwalk Inn.
The glass door shower across from the sinks is large and fits the space well.
Tiling runs from the walls to the floor, a great addition.
Non-mounted amenities including shower gel, facial soap, shampoo, and conditioner on two shelves for personal storage.
The tub is sizable with a classic design.
The bathtub faucet also has a removable head.
FULL BOTTLES of shampoo, body wash, and conditioner are provided with washcloths on the tub rack.
There are plenty of hanging towels, and a laundry hamper.
A scale is also available.
Uniquely themed artwork in the bathroom above the bathtub.
The suite featured views of the courtyard and a grassy area with the pool just beyond the trees.
The gated archways below have birdhouses next to them with individual room numbers, great theming!
Blue and white striped awnings provide shade from the sun or a shield from the rain.
Two-story rooms are across the way with a view of the Skyliner above.
The area is long and separated from the balcony in the secondary bedroom.
Two chairs for seating and a small table are outside also.
Two beds and a sofa are within the secondary bedroom, similar to what we would expect in a Standard Room. Another separate entry to the room is down the hall.
A dresser with shallow drawers, a TV, and golf-style artwork are across from the beds. A connecting door to the living area follows the TV, and a large closet with more pillows and blankets, safe, robes, hangers, iron, and ironing board are inside as well.
Throw pillows featuring hot air balloons adorn the bedding.
A workstation with an additional smaller rolling desk underneath sits next to the bed with the Mickey lamp.
The chair has Mickey and Minnie driving their car on the back.
The pull-out sofa in the room sits three.
A standard nightstand with a drawer sits in between the beds.
The hidden Mickey sconces are here as well.
This art features postcards from Donald and Daisy and fits in with the Atlantic-style boardwalk themes.
Modern amusement park artwork is mixed in here also.
These bed frames are older and have no bag storage underneath.
The second bathroom has a double vanity with a large mirror.
The bathroom area is slightly smaller than the primary but also has a privacy door for the toilet room.
Washcloths, hand towels, blowdryer, and hand soap are provided.
A laundry hamper sits in the corner.
The same travel-sized amenities on the primary bathroom vanity are available here as well.
An entrance from the secondary bedroom leads to a smaller, separate balcony.
This balcony also has seating with a table with two chairs.
The opposite balcony is attached to the primary bedroom.
Views of the grassy area, pool, and Skyliner in the distance.
Overall, we enjoyed this room more than the DVC room Disney’s Boardwalk Inn featured before reopening to all guests. What are your thoughts on the 2 Bedroom Suites? Will you be staying here after seeing the interior? Let us know in the comments!
Be sure to watch our full video tour below.
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