Beach Club Dee
- Jul 19, 2008
A while back someone asked about room views/locations for CL Garden View. We stayed in room 5627 in 2012, AWESOME location! This was our "garden" view, off to the left:
When you step out of the elevator bank on the Club Level, we were the first room on the right. It had a full balcony, was surprisingly quiet, and we LOVED it. No daybed.....not the biggest room but it worked great for us. We looked directly down over the back entrance, which was fantastic for people watching. I am an early riser, and love to sit out in the morning while the rest of my family sleeps. It's great watching the Epcot resort area "come alive" in the morning.
This is our view from room 2528, regular Garden View, where we stayed for just one night in August, pre-cruise. Room felt larger than others, had a daybed, and a full balcony. One of the nicer rooms I've stayed in, but it was a LLOOONNNNGG way from the lobby and elevators. However, if you want to be close to Epcot and the Super Secret Entrance, this room can't be beat!
This is our view from room 5659, BC Club Level Lagoon View. This was our trip from August 2012. A great location just a few doors down from the elevators and lounge, and we were located directly over the back entrance. We preferred this room over the one before it (looking for those photos!!) as that one looked out over SAB. It was kind of noisy from the pool and music. This is a dormer room, so it was a bit smaller than others, no daybed, and it had a sloping roof, but full balcony, which is a must for me and my people watching.
You get the additional photo bonus of the amazing house made chips and pepper dip from the Club Level lounge.......yumm....
This page isn't even close to the photo jackpot.I feel as if I just hit the BC photo jackpot! Thanks for posting these pictures!
Since people have asked, I'm digging through my computer to post all of the BC room views I can find. Below is room 5715, Club Level Lagoon View, form our trip in August 2010. It had a full balcony, no daybed, and was kind of far from the Lounge and elevators, but that didn't matter much. I will say that the afternoon music, DJ and noise from the pool area directly below was kind of distracting in the afternoons when we were trying to rest. On our next trip, I requested to be away from SAB and was lucky enough to receive the room in my previous post.
This room view is basically the same as Dee's view, but here goes anyway!
OK, I found our room views from 2003, our very first trip to the Beach Club. I remember being upgraded to a water view at check-in. Disney knows what they are doing....as you can see by that view, we were hooked on deluxe resorts and never went back! This was a Water View room #4559, standing room only balcony, on the fourth floor near the Epcot end of things. At the time, it had a daybed.
The only good view/room shots I could find have us in them....sorry! My now 21 year old daughter would kill me if she knew I was posting this, however, it brings back such wonderful memories for me.....
Room 3592 GV:I can give you our view pics from when we were there in 2011:
that's exactly the view I'm hoping to get when we stay Beach Club GV.We booked Garden view and had a room on the fourth floor facing the courtyard with the volleyball court. I didn't take pictures of our room number, but I think we were in 4579 or 4581. It was a dormer room with a daybed and a full balcony.
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If I'm at Epcot, and I'm taking the shortcut back to BCV, I walk through the gate to get onto Beach Club property, and I go past these Beach Club rooms:Here are a couple more pictures I took at the Beach Club last week.
The first group of rooms without the bushes in front of the patio look like they would be rooms numbered 1512 to 1530. The second group of rooms look like they would be the rooms numbered 1578 to 1596. Is that the villas building at the end of the line of rooms?