Water View at Carribean Beach

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  1. tigger334

    tigger334 Mouseketeer

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    We booked a 2 day stay at the Carribean Beach Resort :cool1: after our 4 day cruise in May:dance3:. We booked it with a water view. What is considered a water view and is there specific buildings with water views? :confused3

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  4. Marty Joe

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    Tigger334,

    The last time we were at the CBR we had a water view room. While CBR is a great resort (we had a good time there) and well landscaped, the "lake" looks like a wide creek. I do not believed we paid any attention to it. I (IMHO) would not worry about the water view room and save a little $$.
     
  5. mickeystoontown

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    I don't know that I would pay the extra money for a water view room at the CBR. Disney's definition of water view could be either a view of the lake or a view of the swimming pool.

    I would disagree that the lake looks like a wide creek. I thought the resort was quite pretty.

    Here's a picture of the lake:

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  6. Minnesota!

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    IMO, a water view isn't worth it unless you are 1) going to be spending a whole lotta time looking out your window or 2) are at say, the Poly. Safe yourself some money and down grade!
     
  7. safetymom

    safetymom Super Moderator

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    I agree with the others about a water view. Some of the water view rooms are guite creative in where you can see the water. It may overlook a quiet pool instead of the lake. A preferred location is worth the money.
     

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