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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is at lovely as it sounds. It celebrates the spirit of tropical locales—from colonial forts and architecture legacy to lively markets, exotic birds, and relaxing strolls on the sand. The resort is soaked with vibrant colors and lush landscapes, and it captures the essence of 5 distinct islands: Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad and Aruba. Each island complex is bright, airy, and colorful, with access to a 45-acre lake and sandy beaches.


The resort has 1500+ guest rooms. All rooms have different view options such as the Resort Hotel, courtyard, woodlands, lake or pool. All standard rooms include either 2 Queen-Size Beds or 1 King-Size Bed or 2 Queen-Size Beds and one child-size pull-down bed.

For guests that want a themed and unique room experience, the resort offers a limited number of specially themed Pirate Rooms. These adventurous rooms feature pirate ship beds, buccaneer accessories and swashbuckling décor from stem to stern. 


There is one table-service restaurant at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, three quick-service spots, as well as Island Markets in select villages throughout resort. The resort also has one walk-up bar.


Sebastian’s Bistro:

Guests can transport themselves and their tastebuds to island time at this charming eatery. Enjoy family-style dishes with a tropical vibe such as salads, sandwiches, and burgers to steak and seafood entrées.


Spyglass Grill:

Enjoy a casual-cool menu featuring American fare with a Caribbean twist for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Centertown Market:

This fast-casual restaurant has an indoor street market vibe and flavorful Latin- and Caribbean-inspired menus for both breakfast and dinner.

Centertown Market Grab & Go:

A convenient market for fast meals on the go—from salads, sandwiches and snacks to bakery items, specialty coffee, smoothies and a variety of bottled beverages.

Island Markets:

Snack stations in select villages throughout resort.

Bars and Lounges

Banana Cabana:

Guests looking for tropical sips and quick bites can stop by this cute and colorful walk-up bar


Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort has a zero-entry Spanish fortress themed pool called Fuentes del Morro. It features two slides and water cannons and whirlpools. For guests wanting a more relaxed area, there are five other leisure pools.

There is also relaxing spa with the capacity for 12.

Resort Activities:

This resort offers fun and adventurous activities for guests of all ages! Scallywags 4 to 12 years of age can set sail on a pirate adventure where they following clues to discover hidden treasure. For guests wanting to get out on the water, a guided excursion leaving from Caribbean Cay Island is offered for catch-and-release fishing.

In the evenings, guests can sprawl out watch beloved Disney films at complimentary outdoor screenings at Caribbean Cay Island or enjoy some old-fashioned family fun roasting marshmallows by a crackling fire.

Parking and Disney Parks Transportation:

The Disney Skyliner transports guests to EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Complimentary bus transportation is available to and from all Disney theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs. The bus stop at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is located at Old Port Royale Centertown.

Standard overnight self-parking is available to registered guests. Parking for Disney Moderate Resorts is $20 per night.

Spa & Fitness:

The resort does not have a dedicated fitness center, however it does have bicycle rentals for guests to ride along the island promenade, a sand volleyball court located at Martinique Village, and jogging trails with views of Barefoot Bay.

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