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Photo Tour: Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort



Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is a Moderate Resort in the Epcot Resort Area of the Walt Disney World Resort. This relaxing paradise has 5 building areas, referred to as villages, and each village is themed after a different Caribbean island: Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad and Aruba. Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is also home to the main hub of the Disney Skyliner, making it a great location with easy access to both Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot.  


If you want to know more about this resort, make sure to read our review here. Now, let's take a photo tour of the resort!
Old Port Royale

Check-in area
Centertown Market is a Quick Service option at the resort
Gift shop

Sebastian's Bistro is a Table Service restaurant
Banana Cabana is the Pool bar and Lounge
Fuente del Morro Pool is the main pool at the resort

Caribbean Cay is where you will find the playground
and where Movie Under the Stars takes place
Caribbean Cay Playground area
Covered seating area on Caribbean Cay

Disney Skyliner above Caribbean Beach Resort
View of CBR and the neighboring Riviera Resort from the Disney Skyliner
Aruba Village

Disney Skyliner above Aruba buildings
Standard View - 5th Sleeper Room
With the Child-Size Pull-Down bed open
Child-Size Pull-Down is available in the 5th Sleeper rooms
Room includes 2 Queen Beds and 1 Child-Size Pull-Down Bed
Room includes 2 sinks outside the bathroom area
Refillable shampoo, conditioner and body wash available in the shower
View of the Riviera Resort Skyliner station from Building 55 in the Aruba Village
Pirate Rooms are also available at this resort
Pirate Rooms are located in the Trinidad Village
Pirate Rooms have 2 Double Beds

Ashley has been a Disney Parks fan from an early age and loves anything vintage Disney. You can email Ashley at ashley@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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