Five brightly colored villages themed after the Caribbean Island makeup the Caribbean Beach Resort which opened back in 1988. The taste of the Caribbians is tossed together with the flair and style of Disney to make one great resort near Epcot and Walt Disney Studios Florida.
There are 2,112 rooms throughout this resort hotel located in building themed to Caribbean islands. The typical room here has two double beds with sleeping room for four people. Softer tone colors can be found within the room then outside. All rooms are the same size throughout the resort. The only difference between the expensive and the least expensive rooms is the view.
Shutters (Table Service)
This brand new restaurant opened with the rest of the Caribbean Beach resort after a long rehab. The table service restaurant offers prime rib, pork tenderloin, top sirloin, chicken, pasta and fish dishes. For dessert, French toast bread pudding and cake are offered.
Old Port Royale (Fast Food)
This fast food court, which was the center of the long rehab for the resort, offers several options for guests to dine. Bridgetown Broiler offers chicken, Cinnamon Bay Bakery serves fresh baked goods like rolls and pastries, Kingston Pasta Shop serves Italian specialities, Montego's Deli serves up soups, salads, and cold sandwiches, and Port Royale Hamburger Shop can cook up burgers and grilled chicken sandwiches for your family.
Stuff to Do
Looking for something to do at the Caribbean Beach Resort? There are many recreational activities to do here which including biking and swimming. Each village has its own pool and the main pool has a neat pirate theme to it. You can also rent a boat and drive around the 45 acre lake. Goombay Games offers a great selection of arcade games for the children.
Buses take guests to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Walt Disney Studios Florida, Animal Kingdom and Blizzard Beach as well as Downtown Disney and Typhoon Lagoon. That is pretty much it for transportation.