Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort reviews
Written by Robert Niles
This casual, 200-acre resort offers moderate guest rooms within five Caribbean-themed villages surrounding Old Port Royale, where guests will find shops, restaurants, beaches and a water play area with waterfall and slide.
It all feels old and garish. The spaced out feel is nice, gives you lots of exercise and makes the resort feel expansive. The buildings are just not in the best condition and the rooms have tacky decor. - Sarah Bebb
Very nice "moderate" resort. No complaints at all. The rooms are clean, quiet, and comfortable. I'm a runner, and I really like the walking/running path they have around the grounds. The grounds are kept very clean as well. If we go back to Disney, we will stay here again. - Roger S
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