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.
Jun 8, 2007
As DVC members, this is the only place we stay at Disney. The rooms are spacious and have that laid-back feel. It is beautiful and there isn't a bad view in any room.