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Old 06-11-2014, 07:38 PM   #1036
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As requested some pictures of the Presidential Suite. Hope you enjoy them.

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Old 06-11-2014, 07:42 PM   #1037
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This past July we did 3 nights at US/IoA followed by 4 nights at the Beach Club. The reason we did Disney last was so we could meet up with our favorite CM, who was away earlier in the week, but I have heard it recommended to go to the "darkside" last. If you are staying on site, you will have front of the line privileges at the end of your trip when you are probably tired. Also, you will get to use the Magic Express on arrival and avoid the Tragical Depress back to the airport.

We used a car service to take us from the airport to the Hard Rock Hotel, and then from the Hard Rock to the Beach Club.

Thank youdo much for your advice! Flight prices went up wayyyyyyy to much to do US after disney so we have decided on 2 nights before disney! Now my husband can stop wining and be excited (he's never been to universal!) lol this feels so foreign to me since I've been reading up so much info on disney and 0 on US!! I just can't wait to be at the BC to be honest. I want one if those sunken treasures!!!!!
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Old 06-11-2014, 08:32 PM   #1038
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I know this might be taboo to post on here but anyone have any info for the dark side (universal) possibly adding a 2 night stay before or after disney... What would be best, before disney or after?? My husband works for comcast and they get a discount. I'm starting to get anxiety over this whole trip!
We like to do Universal beforehand (which I can see from your other post is what you are doing) because on our arrival day we get to our first destination/park well after park opening (maybe around 10-11 am or so). Universal is perfect for this, since the hotel comes with Universal Express. It doesn't matter when we arrive: we can still walk on all of the rides (except HP, but we save that for our early entry days). So I think there are plusses and minuses to both.
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Old 06-12-2014, 12:17 AM   #1039
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We were facing the Boardwalk
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Just back from work, and I know I am several pages behind here! If I haven't had a chance to welcome you yet to the thread, I'll get to you in the next day or so. Wanted to give you all a heads-up that my latest trip report chapter (mostly pictures) is all about Stormalong Bay, and a certain, special green beverage. http://www.disboards.com/showthread....145135&page=73 .
Amazing pictures. Can't believe we will be there in less than 3 weeks!!!
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Old 06-12-2014, 06:35 AM   #1041
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Vodka is definitely needed in the lounge. Mix some of that with the delicious Stormalong Bay Breeze drink they have in there now next to the iced tea and lemonade and it would be the new Sunken Treasure! YUMMY!!! The SAB Breeze is a mix of sprite and something else....cranberry juice maybe?
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Stormalong Bay Breeze- Sprite, Cranberry and Pineapple Juice, I believe.
Any chance you took a picture of this? I know you are gone now, so it is too late to request this from you...




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Any word on the refurbs that are supposed to be happening? I know beach club is supposed to be first and we are looking at Bc for our December trip. Is this going to be an issue?


Please let us know if you decide to come to the BC in December so I can add you to the Be Our Guest list.



As others have posted, we are not sure exactly when the refurb will start or how long it will take, but it really shouldn't disrupt your trip. If you are still concerned, though, you could book at YC instead.




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On page one there is a picture of a particularly nice looking dessert. Is bar shaped with a custard/pudding looking base, what appears to be cream, and then a chocolate cookie like top, and a raspberry. Where would one find this and is it still on the menu at said restaurant?

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Is this the one- from Captain's Grille?



I think it is the key lime tart, and I think this picture was taken during my July 2010 trip. Rasberry puree on bottom, key lime filling, decorated chocolate on top. Not sure if it is still on the menu or not.

If this is not the one you are talking about- let me know which post the picture is in.




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This is my first post here. I'm about to make myself crazy trying to decide what is best to list as a room request for our first trip to BC Water view Aug.2-Aug9,2014. I've been researching photos here and on lines. Still unsure. Here's my family history. We have always stayed Poly (4x's) but bc of construction decided it was time to try BC. We are so excited! Me, DH, DS17, DS14,DD12. DS17 uses a wheelchair almost all the time. I was unable to get a handicap accessible rm w the summer disc. They assured they would send up a tub chair and it would work w safety issues bathing. At Poly we always had a ground floor Roll-in either facing beach/lAke/or beautiful flowers. DS17 medication prevents him from being an early riser. Therefore, we always let him sleep in and take turns venturing out in the mornings til he wakes. Therefore, we found the ground fl nice w all the comings and goings. But it seems the best views are top floors if I'm not mistaken? We are welcome to balcony and something new. I'm just not sure. It's so nice to have a great view while relaxing and waiting for him to wake up. Does anyone have any recommendations? Sorry for my ramblings!
to the thread!

I'll add you to the Be Our Guest list.



Yes, the better water views are probably on the upper floors.

I think I have seen just one or two first floor water views (actually the one I am thinking of is probably YC), but it was pretty.

Best bet is probably "Full balcony, please" or if you think you would enjoy a patio, "First floor, please".

August is going to be pretty crowded with the discounts going on.
Teena had some good advice about offering to change rooms if you don't get your request(s) and if you are willing to change rooms during your stay.




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Hi, everyone. I have loved reading your thread. Is there a thread for July and August? We are staying at BC for the first time in August and are sooooooo excited.


I'll add you to the Be Our Guest list for August



As others have indicated, the dates in the title of the thread just refers to the months the thread is active. Sorry for the confusion. It is really helpful to me to keep the threads straight if I am going back to look for info in a previous version of the FAQ thread.




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Just checking in. My family and I got back a few weeks ago from a wonderful stay at the Beach Club. It was amazing as ever! Glad we got to see you Teena!
Hey, you didn't let us know you were coming!!! Well, maybe Teena knew.

Glad you had a nice time.




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I'm so excited that we are finally staying at the BC -- even if it is only for 3 nights

We're doing our first split stay -- 7 nights @ CSR w/free dining and 3 nights @ BC dining OOP.

I'm most excited about SAB. We've eaten at CMC (H's fav) every trip and my girls ALWAYS ask about SAB and now they can finally go in!!!

We're keeping the BC part a secret. I can't wait for them to thin that we're leaving only to hop over to another resort AND go to MVMCP!

We will depart CSR on a Saturday and we're using that entire day to get to know the resort -- so hopefully the weather works with us! Our plan is to have a quick breakfast in the club lounge at CSR and then head over to the BC. I doubt our room will be ready, but at least we can enjoy the resort while we wait.

I'm going to make a conscious effort not to "wish away" our CSR stay, as it's our first time staying there, too -- but I can't wait to finally stay at the BC!!!


I'll add you to the Be Our Guest list for November.




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Officially booked September 24-29, 2014 at the YC! We reserved a Garden View room. Any recommendations when doing online check in? There will be 3 adults, first time at a deluxe.
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Since you are 3 adults, are you looking for a daybed for your stay? If so, you may want to request "Daybed, if possible- 3 adults sharing room"



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Hi everyone, I have a question about the use of pool noodles at SAB. I understand pool noodles are acceptable to use at SAB but inflatables are not permitted. I found these things called twisty tubes and they are basically like an inflatable pool noodle. Does anyone know if these would be acceptable to use at SAB? It would be easy to pack them instead of regular foam pool noodles, but if they aren't permitted since they are inflatable I'll just leave them at home and get some of the regular ones instead.

I am pretty sure we wouldn't be able to use these twisty tubes at the pool, we will just save them for use at the beach, but I thought I'd throw the question out there just in case I'm wrong.
Good question- I think the rule against bringing your own tube/inflatables has more to do with the lifeguards' visibility. So I would think something that was the size/shape of a foam pool noodle would be fine (but I'm not positive)




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Wanted to give you all a heads-up that my latest trip report chapter (mostly pictures) is all about Stormalong Bay, and a certain, special green beverage.

http://www.disboards.com/showthread....145135&page=73

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Now those are some awesome vacation pictures!!!!
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I am so excited that we will be staying Beach Club Sept 12-18!! We have not been there for 3 years and have been doing trips on the cheap, but have decided its time to go back to our favorite home!!

Now just waiting to see what AP rates are, might bump us to CL if we can get a std on discount!

Glad to be back as part of the group
back!!!



So glad to be adding you to the Be Our Guest list.

Has it really been 3 years???


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Old 06-12-2014, 06:44 AM   #1042
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Oh good, I'll pack a few noodles. I also have a really cool thing that makes a noodle into a mesh floating hammock thing. Glad to hear they are no longer charging for tubes! Thanks!
This sounds like the best noodle ever! I need one
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Old 06-12-2014, 07:45 AM   #1043
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Hi everyone!! I just wanted to say I will be down at the world in about a month. Not sure where we r staying as I am going with my best friend for her wedding. We are so excited!!!

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For anyone interested I have started my trip report for our stay at the Presidential Suite! It is titled Major Pixie Dust! Presidential Suite at the Beach Club!!! It is a work in progress, I hope you enjoy the pictures!
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As requested some pictures of the Presidential Suite. Hope you enjoy them.

Thank you so much for the heads-up and the pictures!!!




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Hello! Just got to BC this afternoon and it's been good so far. Had lunch at Hurricane Hannah's and a storm came up quickly and it really felt like a little hurricane.

Do I remember reading something that you can see the Hollywood Studios fireworks from here? Is it anything special once the Star Wars weekend happens?
Thank you for checking in with a live report!



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On Star War weekends there are special fire works. We watched them from our balcony at the BC. They were really good.
I think the Star Wars Weekend fireworks, New Years Eve fireworks (if they have them) and private parties are the only times you can see pyrotechnics at Hollywood Studios from the Yacht or Beach Club. I don't think you can typically see much from Fanatsmic!




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Amazing pictures. Can't believe we will be there in less than 3 weeks!!!
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Old 06-12-2014, 07:48 AM   #1044
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First time at Beach club in November the 15-22nd! I am so excited to stay here it looks wonderful!! Really counting on some warm enough days to spend enjoying the Pool with the kids! Anyone know if the pools are heated enough to swim in the event the weather is colder than usual? I know I have to stop worrying but this trip is such a splurge financially and I just want it to be perfect! Our first family trip to Disney without any grandparents along. Looking forward to just the 5 of us
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Old 06-12-2014, 08:31 AM   #1045
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First time at Beach club in November the 15-22nd! I am so excited to stay here it looks wonderful!! Really counting on some warm enough days to spend enjoying the Pool with the kids! Anyone know if the pools are heated enough to swim in the event the weather is colder than usual? I know I have to stop worrying but this trip is such a splurge financially and I just want it to be perfect! Our first family trip to Disney without any grandparents along. Looking forward to just the 5 of us


I'll add you to the Be Our Guest list.

yes, the pools are heated. Here is the info about the subject from the FAQ post (Post 13) on Page 1:


My trip is in December (November/January/February). Will it be warm enough to swim in SAB?

That depends. Where are you from?

The weather and temperature in Florida can vary greatly in the winter months. One day you are bundled up in coat and wool hat. The next you are in shorts. You can have extreme conditions in the same week.

The pools at Disney are all heated. The problem is usually not when you are in the pool, but it is the air temperature when you get out. Make sure you have a towel close by.

There is certainly a chance that one or more days of your vacation will be warm enough for swimming. As Scar so eloquently sings in the Lion King "Be Prepared!"

Pack your swimsuit and hope for the best!
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It's official, I just put the deposit down for our very first Deluxe stay at the YC from 8/30 to 9/2! We are local and go to WDW every few months so we usually stay at a mod (CSR - our home away from home). We almost always take a stroll through the International Gateway on our Epcot day's and enjoy the YC/BC beauty and DH always swoons over SAB! We couldn't pass up the magical deal, so we booked it! I am so scared this is going to ruin me for life with staying elsewhere (non-deluxe) To be able to go as often as we do we really aren't able to swing a deluxe trip every few months but if this deal happens every year then maybe we can make it a once a year thing we are SO excited!
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Just back from work, and I know I am several pages behind here! If I haven't had a chance to welcome you yet to the thread, I'll get to you in the next day or so.



Wanted to give you all a heads-up that my latest trip report chapter (mostly pictures) is all about Stormalong Bay, and a certain, special green beverage.

http://www.disboards.com/showthread....145135&page=73

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I want to go back to the SAB now!!

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It's official, I just put the deposit down for our very first Deluxe stay at the YC from 8/30 to 9/2! We are local and go to WDW every few months so we usually stay at a mod (CSR - our home away from home). We almost always take a stroll through the International Gateway on our Epcot day's and enjoy the YC/BC beauty and DH always swoons over SAB! We couldn't pass up the magical deal, so we booked it! I am so scared this is going to ruin me for life with staying elsewhere (non-deluxe) To be able to go as often as we do we really aren't able to swing a deluxe trip every few months but if this deal happens every year then maybe we can make it a once a year thing we are SO excited!
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As requested some pictures of the Presidential Suite. Hope you enjoy them.
These pictures look suspiciously like the "made-up-in-our-imagination" Fantasy Suite where those of us never really wishing to leave the resort hide out in our minds as we dream of the resort and our next visit.

Housekeeping did a fine job of cleaning up all the passed out people decorating the Fantasy Suite due to downing dubious quantities of Sunken Treasure from the large capacity Sunken Treasure tap. You have to hit the secret panel and a hidden room will be revealed that has Johnny Depp, Matthew Mc-Come-Here-Hunny and that hunky guy Scott keeps stationed by the pool. (I forget his name... Dawn would know!)

There are also bunk beds for the overflow guests as we never know who will be having a crisis upon departure day and will decide to run away from their families and live vicariously at the Beach Club.

My favorite new addition to this room are the secret reach through panels that eliminate the need to walk all the way over to club level to procure a snack. You just wave your hand in front of this panel, it slides open and you are reaching through from the back wall to grab some bacon wrapped hummus or what ever it is that is out. Some speculate that this is why the food disappears so quickly, almost sight unseen at times!

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First time at Beach club in November the 15-22nd! I am so excited to stay here it looks wonderful!! Really counting on some warm enough days to spend enjoying the Pool with the kids! Anyone know if the pools are heated enough to swim in the event the weather is colder than usual? I know I have to stop worrying but this trip is such a splurge financially and I just want it to be perfect! Our first family trip to Disney without any grandparents along. Looking forward to just the 5 of us
We were last at this Shangri-La in December 2012 and we went swimming on the days that it was sunny out. The pool was heated but it did not feel warm to us, especially in some areas. The sun did a tremendous job of keeping us warm in the pool. If it was cloudy out we just ran for the hot tub.... Keep in mind however that there is always the hot tub to warm you up if the temps are not to your liking. I think in November you will be fine, especially on a sunny day. Our December temps were highs in the mid 70's up to 80 degrees during the warmest part of the day so it was about what was expected at that time. November will be warmer so I'm pretty sure you will get some pool time in. Another thing that people never seem to consider is that the quiet pools are shallow and in full sun and way warmer than Storm Along Bay. When we went in June of 2011 the quiet pool was so warm it was like a hot tub during the day!

So the bottom line is that predicting how the pool will be in November depends entirely on the weather. December was iffy as in "iffy" it was sunny we were going but "iffy" it was cloudy we took a nap or just hit the hot tub. The weather in Florida can be really warm in December one day and way cooler the next. I'd bet that you will definitely get some time in the pool.

Trying to hold on to the same weather pattern in Florida is like trying to store a feral cat in a wet paper bag... Since Florida is a peninsula with oceans on two sides weather seems to blow in and out rather quickly compared to other areas of the country. So no worries or fretting.... it will all work out some how and at least you won't have to deal with the 2pm rain storms like you get regularly during the summer months.

(Florida weather in the summer= rain from 2pm-ish to 6pm-ish then clear unless the front is a big 'un.)

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That's the one thanks. It looks really good. Hopefully it will be on the menu when I get there. If not, then I'm sure there will be something equally delicious. But that one looks fantastic. Thanks.
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These pictures look suspiciously like the "made-up-in-our-imagination" Fantasy Suite where those of us never really wishing to leave the resort hide out in our minds as we dream of the resort and our next visit. Housekeeping did a fine job of cleaning up all the passed out people decorating the Fantasy Suite due to downing dubious quantities of Sunken Treasure from the large capacity Sunken Treasure tap. You have to hit the secret panel and a hidden room will be revealed that has Johnny Depp, Matthew Mc-Come-Here-Hunny and that hunky guy Scott keeps stationed by the pool. (I forget his name... Dawn would know!) There are also bunk beds for the overflow guests as we never know who will be having a crisis upon departure day and will decide to run away from their families and live vicariously at the Beach Club. My favorite new addition to this room are the secret reach through panels that eliminate the need to walk all the way over to club level to procure a snack. You just wave your hand in front of this panel, it slides open and you are reaching through from the back wall to grab some bacon wrapped hummus or what ever it is that is out. Some speculate that this is why the food disappears so quickly, almost sight unseen at times! We were last at this Shangri-La in December 2012 and we went swimming on the days that it was sunny out. The pool was heated but it did not feel warm to us, especially in some areas. The sun did a tremendous job of keeping us warm in the pool. If it was cloudy out we just ran for the hot tub.... Keep in mind however that there is always the hot tub to warm you up if the temps are not to your liking. I think in November you will be fine, especially on a sunny day. Our December temps were highs in the mid 70's up to 80 degrees during the warmest part of the day so it was about what was expected at that time. November will be warmer so I'm pretty sure you will get some pool time in. Another thing that people never seem to consider is that the quiet pools are shallow and in full sun and way warmer than Storm Along Bay. When we went in June of 2011 the quiet pool was so warm it was like a hot tub during the day! So the bottom line is that predicting how the pool will be in November depends entirely on the weather. December was iffy as in "iffy" it was sunny we were going but "iffy" it was cloudy we took a nap or just hit the hot tub. The weather in Florida can be really warm in December one day and way cooler the next. I'd bet that you will definitely get some time in the pool. Trying to hold on to the same weather pattern in Florida is like trying to store a feral cat in a wet paper bag... Since Florida is a peninsula with oceans on two sides weather seems to blow in and out rather quickly compared to other areas of the country. So no worries or fretting.... it will all work out some how and at least you won't have to deal with the 2pm rain storms like you get regularly during the summer months. (Florida weather in the summer= rain from 2pm-ish to 6pm-ish then clear unless the front is a big 'un.) ~NM
Thanks! It sounds like we should at least get I'm some pool time. I rember being there in November a few years ago and it being warm we just didn't take time to enjoy the pool at POR. But one of our main draws to the BC was the pool! I will try to stop overthinking it all and enjoy whatever comes
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