Boardwalk Balcony

Cleveland Hercules

Earning My Ears
Joined
Aug 21, 2007
We stayed in a one bedroom standard view in Feb and it had a balcony off the living room, but not one of the bedroom

We are in a one bedroom right now and it has a balcony off both. We currently have a pool view.

Do all standard views and upgraded views fit this set up? Were we just unlucky with an odd room in Feb? Are we just lucky with our current room?

Thank you
 

pinklotusflower

Mouseketeer
Joined
May 29, 2015
I've stayed in a one bed standard view & had a balcony off both, if you get a corner room the balcony goes all the way around.
 

goofy kc

Mouseketeer
Joined
Feb 11, 2012
Just depends on room location. We've had two small balconies - one off of each room. One long balcony with doors off of both rooms. And one tiny balcony that was just off the bedroom - hated that one because we really do use the balconies.
 
  • crazywig

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jun 21, 2001
    Boardwalk has a wide variety of balcony configurations in order to fit the look of the facade. For example, last Dec. I had a 2 bedroom (4015/17) with a sealed!! door in the living room and the only access to the tiny balcony was in the bedroom.

    In the past I've had the room directly below that one (3015/17) and it has an enormous balcony the length of the unit.

    These are boardwalk view rooms over Big River Grille.
     

    KAT4DISNEY

    Glad to be a test subject
    Joined
    Mar 17, 2008
    We stayed in a one bedroom standard view in Feb and it had a balcony off the living room, but not one of the bedroom

    We are in a one bedroom right now and it has a balcony off both. We currently have a pool view.

    Do all standard views and upgraded views fit this set up? Were we just unlucky with an odd room in Feb? Are we just lucky with our current room?

    Thank you
    It varies and not just at BWV. You can find that at BRV and BCV too.
     

    Cleveland Hercules

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Aug 21, 2007
    Interesting. We have a 15 month old who sleeps in the pack and play so it doesn't make a big difference now, but when our family expands and he needs the pull out couch we were hoping to have a bedroom balcony. Sounds like it is the luck of the draw. Thank you for the responses.
     

    DebbieB

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 24, 1999
    Boardwalk has a wide variety of balcony configurations in order to fit the look of the facade. For example, last Dec. I had a 2 bedroom (4015/17) with a sealed!! door in the living room and the only access to the tiny balcony was in the bedroom.

    In the past I've had the room directly below that one (3015/17) and it has an enormous balcony the length of the unit.

    These are boardwalk view rooms over Big River Grille.
    I had that 1 bedroom once. Also had a 1 bedroom 5051 that only had a small living room balcony, windows in the bedroom.
     

    crazywig

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jun 21, 2001
    I have had 5051 a few times. The first time I had booked boardwalk view and was extremely annoyed since it's a village green room in my opinion.

    This past July I got it again, but I had booked standard view! So I liked it much better :D.
     

    SuzGM84

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Mar 21, 2017
    Very interesting!! Does anyone have a chart on what room numbers have which kind of balconies? Would be good information if its out there!
     

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