Villas and studios resembling turn-of-the-20th-century Key West houses have full kitchens, white and pastel clapboard siding, delicate ornamental woodwork, and private balconies that overlook the waterways and golf fairways winding through the grounds. A red-and-white lighthouse sets the scene, and kids can roast marshmallows at the campfire. Rooms are decorated in soft, beachy, tropical colors. A pleasant boat ride through tree-lined canals delivers you to Disney Springs and its nightlife. The resort is part of the Disney Vacation Club network, but rooms are rented to anyone when they're available.