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Disney's Vero Beach Resort

At a Glance


  • a great pool with waterslide
  • campfire circle
  • several dining options on property


  • far from shopping and dining options
  • minimal Disney-themed decor

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Disney's Vero Beach Resort Review

This oceanfront, family-oriented retreat tucked away in a residential stretch of Orchid Island has a retro Old Florida design and not too much Mickey Mouse, which is a welcome surprise for adults. It's part of Disney's time-share program but also rents available rooms just like any other hotel. The artfully conceived four-story main building, separate villas, and six beach cottages are reminiscent of 19th-century Florida, and you will find hidden treasurers related to sea turtles and Florida's rich history. All rooms come equipped with wet bars, mini-refrigerators, toasters, and microwaves; upgraded rooms offer full kitchens and laundry facilities. Although there are not too many dining options in the immediate area, the resort has some great eateries of its own: Shutters serves American food and has character breakfasts on Saturday morning, and Sonya's has wood-fired steaks and creative seafood. The highest rates here are in the summer, so spring, fall, and winter (except for two weeks in March) are perfect times to find deals, and it's an easy drive to Disney World in Orlando (just about 90 minutes).

    Hotel Details

  • 181 rooms
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-12-2014

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