Beach Club Room Views

marcus.ka

Disney Hotel Fan
Joined
Jan 18, 2005
I am shocked. So there are no more shells on the door sign or the mirror. And no painted beach scenes on the dresser. No more boats on the wallpaper? WHY?
From the picutres it realy looks like a Holiday Inn or Marriott. I was thinking of staying there next year for two relaxing nights before our Disney days start, but not if the rooms in the Beach Club does not look like "Beach Club" anymore. I'm sad now. :sad:
 

Mom2gymnasts

Let's Go....Mountaineers!!!!
Joined
May 10, 2008
Just got back from the BC this past Sunday. We had a wonderful trip and I have fallen in love with this resort. We have always stayed in a different Disney resort on each trip, but I don't think I will ever be able to stay anywhere else! We booked a standard room and when we checked in we were told we had a garden view room. This room was amazing. I love the look after the remodel.

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Looking straight ahead

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Looking to the left

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If you are standing near the volleyball court looking towards the beach club this room is on the right hand side of the building and the second room from the back corner. There is a full balcony.
 

natebenma

Beach Club Dee
Joined
Jul 19, 2008
We're just back from 4 nights at Beach Club!! We were in room 4727, on the corner closest to YC, facing SAB (upgrade from standard view - yay!). It's a HUGE room with a king bed, a fold out sleeper chair, and two Juliet balconies. It was an 8 minute walk from the lobby though, and we couldn't find a better way to get there other than using the main elevators. The refurbished rooms are gorgeous, and the beds are SO COMFY!
 
  • TJA

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Oct 8, 2000
    CL Room 5692
    Standard View
    2 Queens and Daybed
    Standing balcony
    March/April 2015

    Room 5692, a corner room, straight down the hall and immediately to the right. Right here:



    Our daybed:



    Inside room. The middle window/door led out to the standing balcony.



    Here are VIEWS from all 3 windows/door. This one is from the daybed window:



    This view is from the standing balcony:



    This view is from the window where we could see the high fireworks (night-time view and day-time view):
     

    natebenma

    Beach Club Dee
    Joined
    Jul 19, 2008
    Room 2590- Garden View

    King bed, plus sofa bed
    Full balcony (all rooms in this stretch had full balconies, 3rd floor rooms above had small ones)
    Extra "bar sink" on a counter by sofabed
    Small bathroom (double sinks, but inside bathroom with toilet/tub instead of outside)
    Overlooks secret path to BCV / woods backing onto UK in Epcot


    Pictures and Description provided by bookbabe_disneynut

    Location:






    Balcony and Room View:












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    floridagirl61

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jun 28, 2012
    Room 4543 this room does not have a day bed but it has a full balcony and a terrific view.
    In the last picture this room is on the top floor and 2nd from the end on the right side.

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  • WiscMomof2

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Sep 13, 2001
    Room #5667 Lagoon/Boardwalk view. I didn't take any pictures of the room, but it was 2 queens, full balcony, w/no pull out couch. Great location. Close to the club lounge, but not so much where it was too noisy.

    Our room is 2nd from the left on the top floor



    Two from the balconcy



     
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    tinkerbella16

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    May 4, 2012
    The new rooms are so beautiful with a fresh look! Thanks for the pics! I am SO excited to stat at BC for the first time with the family in September. We are so excited for Stormalong Bay! I just love the rooms, they did a great job with the new look - love the colors!
     

    jlynnACK

    Caught up in the Magic
    Joined
    Feb 22, 2011
    Room 2590- Garden View

    King bed, plus sofa bed
    Full balcony (all rooms in this stretch had full balconies, 3rd floor rooms above had small ones)
    Extra "bar sink" on a counter by sofabed
    Small bathroom (double sinks, but inside bathroom with toilet/tub instead of outside)
    Overlooks secret path to BCV / woods backing onto UK in Epcot


    Pictures and Description provided by bookbabe_disneynut

    Location:






    Balcony and Room View:












    Room Features:

























    Thank you for posting these!
     

    jlynnACK

    Caught up in the Magic
    Joined
    Feb 22, 2011
    Room 2590- Garden View

    King bed, plus sofa bed
    Full balcony (all rooms in this stretch had full balconies, 3rd floor rooms above had small ones)
    Extra "bar sink" on a counter by sofabed
    Small bathroom (double sinks, but inside bathroom with toilet/tub instead of outside)
    Overlooks secret path to BCV / woods backing onto UK in Epcot


    Pictures and Description provided by bookbabe_disneynut

    Location:






    Balcony and Room View:












    Room Features:

























    We were there recently and were able to peek into the room below this 1590 and it's the same set up.
     

    natebenma

    Beach Club Dee
    Joined
    Jul 19, 2008
    Room 3711- Standard View
    2 Queens, Daybed
    Full balcony
    partial fireworks view


    Hi all! Just back from 6 great days at the BC. We were in room 3711-standard view room with a full balcony and a daybed. Had a lovely roof view that included a partial long distance view of SAB. Could see the high fireworks from HS. First time in a standard view and would happily take the same room again.




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    natebenma

    Beach Club Dee
    Joined
    Jul 19, 2008
    Room 5667-Water View
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    This was a lagoon view. It had a full balcony. No daybed. Not far from the lounge. Great for people watching! Could see some of the upper fireworks from HS. Epcot fireworks were behind us to the left over the roof so couldn't see those.

     

    Wood Nymph

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Sep 19, 2012
    Room 1634
    garden view
    handicap accessible
    ground floor, patio, view of Bay Lake to the right

    We ended up in this room when our flight home was cancelled and we had to add two nights to our trip. This was the only room they had available for us.

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    The room had two queen beds, a daybed and a connecting door. It had extra outlets. Where a normal room would have two wall outlets, this room had four. Most of the bedroom furniture was the same as you would find in a regular resort room except for the small dresser. You'll see my attempt to block some of the noise from the room next store. I stuffed some pillows in front of the door. The housekeeper never moved these pillows.

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    I just loved this shower. It had a rubber gasket along the bottom to catch the drips, but otherwise it was level with the floor. There was a chair in there that folded up, out of the way. The shower had a water wand shower head and it was a great way to rinse off. And it was roomier than the typical bathtub shower that the regular resort rooms have.

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    The disadvantage to this bathroom was the single sink and having everything in the one room. I wouldn't want to share this room with five people.

    I didn't take picture of the closet but it was set up with two different levels of clothes racks. One set was normal height and a second rack was about waist high. The wall safe was a little lower, too. The coffee service on top of the refrigerator cabinet was the same as in a normal room. I suppose you could move it to the bathroom counter if you wanted it to be lower.

    The craziest thing about the room was that it had a handicap door opener and closer system. The door would open and close really slowly. You would have to stand there and wait for the door to close before walking away. You also had to make sure that no one was standing around in their underwear when you opened the door, since there was no way to quickly close the door in case. Luckily, this room was in the short wing, so there weren't very many people walking past the room.

    This room had a lovely view. It was a ground floor room with a patio and and sideways view of the lake. This room faces the volleyball courtyard and if you have a garden view room then this is a great location to request.

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    Those ground floor windows to the left are the windows of the Sandcastle Club.

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    This room was two doors away from the Marketplace and had a great view for a garden view room. :) We loved the location.
     
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    act1980

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Feb 15, 2010
    Some of these standard view rooms look more like garden or water views. I wonder if some people had been upgraded and weren't told?
     
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