Villages with names like Martinique, Barbados and Trinidad surround a 42-acre lake at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. Tropical birds and colorful flowers give the moderately priced hotel an island flair. “We were challenged to create the character of famous islands that people could relate to,” Chao said. “The bright colors, landscaping, slopes and textures we used reflect the local traditions and architecture of the islands.” Jamaica’s British influence is noted by the yellow and blue color scheme and Victorian style architecture; Trinidad, the “bird island,” uses browns and yellows; and Barbados, the “island of flowers,” features pinks and greens.
- Opening Date: October 1, 1988
- Construction Began: June 1987
- Acreage: 200 acres
- Resort Area: Epcot
- Resort Category: Moderate
- Address: Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, 900 Cayman Way, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-1000
- Phone: (407) 934-3400
- Fax: (407) 934-3288
- Resort Map
The Caribbean Beach Resort is unqiue in that it has a totally dedicated Check in and Check out building. The Custom House, themed as a Caribbean Island government building, is accessible via the internal bus, or via the bell services buggies that take guests to their rooms.
The main central location is Old Port Royale. It features the food court, Shutters Restaurant, guest services, and the main feature pool.
Number of Rooms: 2,112 guest rooms in 33 2-story buildings divided into villages - Barbados, Martinique, Aruba, Jamaica, Trinidad North, and Trinidad South. Each building within a village contains 64 guest rooms.
Check In/Check Out: Check in 3:00 PM, check out 11:00 AM
Internet Access: DialUp modem data connection using in room phone and high speed internet access point. Click here for details of high speed internet.
Room Types and Sizes
Standard View, Water View, preferred location (located in Martinique and Trinidad North), king bed
The 300 sq ft rooms accommodate 2-4 people, choice between one king sized or two double beds, non smoking rooms available, irons, ironing boards, coffee maker, hairdryer, makeup mirror and in room safe in each room, disabled accessible rooms available
Room Rates (2012)
Market Street Food Court at Old Port Royale (6am-12am; pizza delivery 4pm-12am)
Food court resembling a bustling Market Street. Choose from a variety of favorites such as hamburgers, pizza and pasta, broiled specialties, along with desserts from the Cinnamon Bay Bakery.
Banana Cabana (12pm-12am)
pool bar featuring alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Shutter's at Old Port Royale
Table service restaurant serving American cuisine with a Caribbean twist, featuring Island Wings, smoked prime rib, pan-seared red snapper or oven-roasted jerk chicken.
Refillable Mugs: Can be purchased in the food court for $12.99 +tax and are refillable in the food court or pool bar for the length of your stay.
Six heated quiet pools located throughout the island villages - Barbados quiet pool, Martinique quiet pool, Aruba quiet pool, Jamaica quiet pool, Trinidad North quiet pool, and Trinidad South quiet pool
The pirate themed feature pool with waterfalls, water slides, shooting water canons, 2 hot tubs and more at Old Port Royale.
White sand beaches, Goombay games arcade located in Old Port Royale, Caribbean Cay- a full acre of fun in the middle of Barefoot Bay, playgrounds located on the beaches of Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad
(10am-5pm): Rent a pontoon Boat, canopy boat, sailboat, pedal boat, canoe or Sea Raycer.
1.4-mile trail around Barefoot Bay.
(10am-5pm): Rent a bike or surrey for a leisurely ride along the island promenade.
Gift Shops: The Calypso Trading Post and Calypso Straw Market located in Old Port Royale (6:30am-11pm)
Bus: Stops are located at the following locations:
Barbados in front of building 13
Martinique between buildings 23 & 24
Old Port Royale
Trinidad North in front of building 33
Trinidad South between buildings 36 & 37
Jamaica between buildings 44 & 46
Aruba in front of building 56