When I travel to Walt Disney World, I usually pick a resort that transports me to another destination through its theme. Port Orleans takes me to New Orleans; Animal Kingdom Lodge takes me to Africa; the Yacht Club takes me to New England; and the list goes on and on. Disney’s Old Key West Resort is unique in that it doesn’t take you to some far off destination. It brings the heart of the Florida Keys the 300 plus miles to Central Florida!
|Olivia's Restaurant and DVC Ferry Dock|
Located near the main pool is one the resort’s quick service option, Good’s Food To Go, and the bar, Gurgling Suitcase Libations and Spirits. Good’s Food To Go offers sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, salads and ice cream treats. You can enjoy your tasty treats at the nearby picnic tables complete with cute umbrellas! You can grab some food and pick up your resort refillable mug. Another quick service option is the Turtle Shack Poolside Snacks that is located by one of the four pools.
|Main Pool with Sandcastle Waterslide|
|Master Bedroom with King Size Bed|
|View of Buena Vista Golf Course|
The villas have a king in the Master bedroom, a Queen size sleeper sofa and a Twin size sleeper chair in the living room. The Two and Three Bedroom Villas offer two Queen size beds in the second bedroom and the Three Bedroom Villa has two Double beds in the third bedroom. The Villa rooms offer plenty of storage space with numerous closets. All rooms at Disney’s Old Key West Resort offer either water, woodland or fairways views. The Resort offers some beautiful views of Buena Vista Golf Course.
Transportation at the resort is by bus and there are several stops throughout the resort. One great feature of this resort is that there is also boat service to Downtown Disney. Board the DVC Ferry for a nice and relaxing sail for shopping and dining options.