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Four- and five-story oyster gray shingle-style buildings with balconies shaded by red and white striped awnings front Crescent Lake and a sliver of groomed beach that stretches over to the adjoining Disney’s Beach Club Resort. This near-perfect location is within walking distance of Epcot ®’s International Gateway entrance as well as Disney’s BoardWalk and just a short boat ride away from Disney’s Hollywood Studios ®. Or just outside of Epcot ®’s International Gateway is Disney Skyliner that can drop you at Disney’s Hollywood Studios ® with one connection at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

The polished, sleek lobby of ship-shiny dark oak hardwoods, potted palms, roped nautical railings, leather sofas, and overstuffed, striped easy chairs creates an environment reminiscent of an eastern seaboard hotel of the 1880s. Detailed ship models and oceans of gleaming brass complete the picture. The resort shares Stormalong Bay, Disney’s fantasyland of a pool complex, and all recreational areas and facilities with its sister property, Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Tour Disney’s Yacht Club Resort on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel.

621 rooms. 1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard, Lake Buena Vista 32830; phone (407) 934-7000, fax (407) 934-3450. Check-in 3 p.m.; Check-out 11 a.m.

Welcome to Disney's Yacht Club Resort!

Welcome to Disney's Yacht Club Resort!

Yacht Club's special greeting

Yacht Club's special greeting

The Resort's Lobby

The Resort's Lobby

The Lobby

The Lobby with it's comfortable seating areas

Yacht Club back entrance

Yacht Club back entrance

Stormalong Bay

Stormalong Bay Disney's very best pool

Stormalong Bay after dark

Stormalong Bay after dark

A private pool cabana rental is worth the splurge

A private pool cabana rental is worth the splurge

Ale & Compass, a great respite after the end of a long day at the parks.

Ale & Compass, a great respite after the end of a long day at the parks.

View from the beach

View from the beach

Yacht Club beach

Yacht Club beach

Standard Room King

Standard Room King

Standard Guest Room daybed sofa

Standard Guest Room daybed sofa

Standard Guest Room bureau

Standard Guest Room bureau

Standard Guest Room nifty ironing board

Standard Guest Room nifty ironing board

Standard Guest Room bath

Standard Guest Room bath

Club Level Guest Room water view balcony

Club Level Guest Room water view balcony

Club Level Guest Room Water View view

Club Level Guest Room Water View view

Captain's Deck Suite entry

Captain's Deck Suite entry At 2,374 square feet this is the Yacht Club's largest suite.

Captain's Deck Suite's dining room

Captain's Deck Suite's dining room

Captain Deck Suite living room

Captain Deck Suite living room

Captain's Deck Suite master bedroom

Captain's Deck Suite master bedroom

Captain Deck Suite's master bath

Captain Deck Suite's master bath

Captain Deck Suite's master bath

Captain Deck Suite's master bath vanity

Captain's Deck Suite guest bedroom

Captain's Deck Suite guest bedroom

Captain's Deck Suite roomy and secluded patio

Captain's Deck Suite roomy and secluded patio

Admiral Suite Living Area

Admiral Suite Living Area

Admiral Suite Turret Living Area

Admiral Suite Turret Living Area

Admiral Suite Dining Room

Admiral Suite Dining Room

Admiral Suite Master Bedroom

Admiral Suite Master Bedroom

Admiral Suite Master Bath

Admiral Suite Master Bath

Admiral Suite Master Bath

Admiral Suite Master Bath Note the accessible shower.

Admiral Suite guest bedroom

Admiral Suite guest bedroom

Admiral Suite half bath off entry hall

Admiral Suite half bath off entry hall

Regatta Club concierge desk

Regatta Club concierge desk

Regatta Club Lounge

Regatta Club Lounge

Regatta Concierge Club

Regatta Concierge Club

Regatta Concierge Club

Regatta Concierge Club breakfast

Regatta Concierge Club evening offerings

Regatta Concierge Club evening offerings

Regatta Club oh-so-popular ice cream freezer

Regatta Club oh-so-popular ice cream freezer

Regatta Club liqueurs

Regatta Club liqueurs

Regatta Concierge Club TV nook

Regatta Concierge Club TV nook

Regatta Concierge Club balcony

Regatta Concierge Club balcony

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Living Area #1

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Living Area #1

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Living Area #2

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Living Area #2

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Master Bedroom

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite Master Bedroom

Turret Two-Bedroom Master Bath

Turret Two-Bedroom Master Bath

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite guest bedroom

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite guest bedroom

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite guest bath and living room desk

Turret Two-Bedroom Suite guest bath and living room desk

Turret Suite building

Turret Suite building

Moonlight over Crescent Lake

Moonlight over Crescent Lake

Guest Rooms

Due for renovations beginning in 2025, these rooms are relatively spacious at 400 square feet with either two queen-size beds or one king, with room under each to store luggage. Rich wood borders the cloth-covered blue and white headboards that accent beds made up in white sheeting. Most rooms come with a chenille cream-colored flip-over sleeper sofa sporting brass nailhead accents. Other furnishings include a wood and granite desk, porthole-style mirror, and a nautical-style bureau with a large wall-mounted flat-screen TV above. And for the first time in a standard room at a Deluxe Disney resort are wood floors throughout instead of carpeting. The navy drapery leading to the patio or balcony is in a Disney-inspired constellation theme, and by the bath is a spacious, internally lit closet area with a nifty fold-down ironing board. The quartz bath vanity area shuts off from the bedroom via sliding pocket doors. The bath holds double sinks in a dark wood vanity, hairdryer, lighted makeup mirror, H2O+ Sea Marine/Sea Salt bath products, and, most exciting of all, great lighting. There are a separate tub and shower area with a frosted door; some rooms come with a bathtub but are on request only so families with young children should take note. Amenities include a Keurig coffeemaker, small glass door refrigerator, and electronic safe. View Disney’s Yacht Club’s Guest Room on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel.

Cara’s Tip: Standard View rooms come with a view of a slice of the parking lot or the rooftops, so be sure to book a Garden View requesting one near the quiet pool that looks out on the grassy area with a fountain and duck pond. Lagoon/Pool View rooms face Crescent Lake, Stormalong Bay, or sometimes both; ask for one facing Epcot for a distant view of the fireworks. If too much walking is not your idea of a vacation, request a room close to the lobby; the resort is quite spread out, and long treks to your room are not uncommon. King-bedded rooms can also come with a sofa sleeper so a family of four might get this type of accommodations.

Concierge Rooms

Most are located on the fifth floor and privileged to the expanded Regatta Club, one of only a few Disney concierge lounges with a full-size balcony but alas with a view of the front of the resort instead of Crescent Lake. Most concierge rooms are standard; for extra space choose the 654-square-foot Deluxe Rooms , all located on the third and fourth floors, and all with two queen-size beds, a small parlor separated by a partial privacy wall, and views of Crescent Lake. They do, however, require an elevator ride to the concierge lounge.

In the lounge is the same menu as the next-door Beach Club with complimentary food and beverages on offer throughout the day. Mornings bring coffee with a self-service Nespresso machine, juices, fresh fruit, cereal, muffins, orange loaf with oat streusel or apple-cinnamon loaf, croissants, warm cinnamon buns with cream cheese frosting, bagels, toast, steel-cut oatmeal, cheese grits, rotating egg dishes such as a seasonal egg casserole or egg white frittata, silver dollar pancakes, crepes, slow roasted ham, chicken sausage (plant-based sausage by request), a variety of yogurt including Greek with homemade granola, and hard-boiled eggs. Midday Seaside Snacks consist of fruit, crudites, candies, bagged snacks and chips, muffins, sweet loaf bread, oatmeal-raisin, sugar, and chocolate chip cookies, lemonade, and iced tea.

Wine served by an attendant includes a choice of Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut Sparkling Wine, Selbach-Oster Reisling, Babich Savignon Blanc, J Lohr Chardonnay, H3 Merlot, and R Collection Raymond Cabernet Sauvignon, along with an assortment of beer. Hors d’oeuvres include such items as charcuterie, artisan cheeses, cold roasted vegetables with roasted shallot aioli, crudites with garlic peppercorn sauce, roasted marinated olives, quinoa salad, Caesar salad, Greek salad, tomato mozzarella salad, tuna poke cones, Thai beef salad, seafood roll, and hummus; along with hot items such as chicken tagine with couscous, chicken nuggets, pulled pork sliders, chicken tacos, oven-baked salmon and lentils, pot roast with mashed potatoes and barbecue demi, (kids feast on the likes of mac and cheese, mini hot dogs, make-it-yourself peanut butter and jelly cups with Parker House rolls, and apple slices with caramel sauce). After dinner is a selection of cordials and desserts such as key lime tart, strawberry trifle, vanilla cupcakes, chocolate pot de creme, vegan brownies, chocolate chip cream cheese cannoli, pineapple-carrot cake, chocolate truffle cake, chocolate cupcakes, and sugar and chocolate chip cookies. And everyone loves the mini-freezer full of Mickey ice cream bars, a refrigerator filled with sodas and fruit juice boxes, and the bottled water for takeaway on request.

Additional room amenities for concierge guests include the services of a friendly concierge staff, private check-in and checkout, and nightly turndown service.

View Disney’s Yacht Club Regatta Club on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel.

A variety of suites are available, all with concierge lounge access.

Three Turret Two-Bedroom Suites, located on a corner of floors one, two, and three, offer 1,160 square feet with lots of navy and cream colors, hardwood flooring, and plenty of charm. Off the left of the entry hall is a standard size guest room with two queen beds and a full bath but with upgraded décor (you may access this room from its own separate entrance door). On the opposite side of the foyer are an alcove with a desk and an additional full bath with a single sink. Next up is one of two living areas with sleeper sofa, coffee table, easy chair, desk, credenza with TV, and wet bar; followed by a 2nd living area in the bright and sunny turret, beautifully decorated with hardwood flooring, fun navy and cream décor, 4-person table, sofa, and retro-yacht chairs. The master has a king bed, easy chair and ottoman, bureau, and TV with a standard-type bath with tub/shower combo and double sinks. Patios or balconies, depending on the floor, are found off the master bedroom and another off the turreted living area. Views are of the walkway leading to the Boardwalk as well as Crescent Lake. View the Turret Suite on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube Channel!

There are also two Non-Turreted Two-Bedroom Suites with similar decor, one of Floor 3 and the other Floor 4, each with 1,256 square feet. The two guest rooms come with a king bed, and there is a sofa sleeper in the living area.

Almost identical at 2,017 square feet but with different décor are the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Presidential (5th floor) and Admiral (4th floor) Suites . The Admiral Suite overlooks the BoardWalk and Crescent Lake, decorated in shades of navy, cream, and gold. There’s a hardwood foyer with half bath as well as two living areas, both with hardwood flooring and nautical-style area rugs—one turreted with hardwood flooring and porthole-style windows overlooking Crescent Lake with sofa, four easy chairs, and round coffee table; the other with a sectional sofa loaded down with soft pillows, two easy chairs, coffee table, credenza and oversized TV, desk, and gas fireplace. A separate eight-person dining room adjoins a small wet bar/service kitchen with a service entrance. The master bedroom offers a king bed with a light bronze leather headboard, easy chair, bureau, and TV. The white/gray marble master bath is an accessible one with a roll-in shower, two sinks, a deep soaking tub, and an open toilet area in an alcove. A second bedroom with two queen beds is a standard size room with upgraded decor and an additional entrance. Balconies are found in each bedroom and off the living area with a stand-up, one-person balcony off the dining area. View the Admiral’s Suite on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube Channel!

The resort’s most extensive suite at 2,374 square feet is the first floor, two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Captain’s Deck Suite . A hospitality suite of sorts, it’s tucked away in a corner area at the front of the resort perfect for privacy, just past The Marketplace retail store. A hardwood octagonal foyer leads to a contemporary, nautically decorated suite decked out in cream, navy blue, and gold palette. The sizable great room features hardwood flooring topped with a cushy area rug, a large sectional sofa filled with throw pillows, a half-circle modern chair, a square coffee table, a chess table, credenza above which hangs an oversized TV, and a dining room seating twelve. A desk, bar, and half bath sit in a wide hallway near the master bedroom. Off the dining room is a full kitchen (minus a stove) with a full-size refrigerator, sink, Keurig coffee maker, microwave. Doors lead out of the living area to one of the suite’s best features, an oversized brick garden patio (shrubbery blocks the view of the adjoining parking area). Room 1111 connects to the Captain’s Deck suite to make a 3-bedroom suite.

Each of the Captain’s Deck bedrooms has a private patio, with the master bedroom offering a king-size bed, chaise lounge, bureau, easy chair and ottoman. Traverse a hallway with a walk-in closet and vanity area to get to the lovely white and gray marble bathroom with its oversized shower, deep soaking tub, double sinks, and separate commode area. The suite’s second bedroom with two queen beds is similar to a regular guest room with slightly upgraded décor, chaise lounge, oversized bureau, and second full bath. There are several entrances to the suite: the main entrance foyer area, the office/desk/bar/half bath area near the master bedroom, the service entrance off the kitchen; and the guest bedroom. View the Captain’s Deck Suite on Glass Slipper Concierge’s YouTube channel .

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Complete Guide to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort (w/ review)

Complete Guide to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort (w/ review)

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is 1 of 8 Deluxe Resort hotels (not including Deluxe Villas) on Walt Disney World Property. It offers stunning views, popular dining, and a fan-favorite swimming pool that guests can’t get enough of. Yacht Club is also located right next to Disney’s Beach Club Resort , which is accessible just by walking.

Here’s everything you need to know about Yacht Club.

In this article

Pros and Cons

Pros:  Location is about a 5-10 minute walk to Epcot and the Boardwalk area, boat ride or walk to Hollywood Studios, close to Disney Skyliner Station , Stormalong Bay is the best on-site pool, Cast Members get higher praise than most other resorts, all rooms have balconies, dog-friendly

Cons:  Not as well suited for families with small children, shared buses with a few other resorts can mean long bus rides

Resort category:  Deluxe

Resort area:  Epcot

Address & Phone Number 1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-8407 (407) 934-7000

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Located in the Epcot Resort Area, Yacht Club isn’t just within walking distance of the Beach Club , but Epcot itself. There is a path that leads directly to the International Gateway. What’s better than that?

disney's yacht club resort

It’s definitely a pricier resort, but for good reason. Based on location, sharing several amenities with Beach Club, just a boat ride away from Hollywood Studios, access to the Skyliner at Epcot, and much more, Yacht Club has a lot to offer. 

Plus, the New England-style resort sits on the water and truly is a gorgeous resort right on property. Here’s everything you need to know.

Guest Rooms and Bathrooms

Yacht Club offers a variety of rooms that can sleep up to 6 people, depending on the type of room you book.

disney's yacht club guest room

Each rooms offers your standard amenities, like a hairdryer, TV, free WiFi, a Keurig coffee maker, telephone, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, and a mini-refrigerator. Plus, there’s a range of views, including a view of the water, pool, garden, woods, rooftop, or parking area.

There’s even a selection of rooms that feature Club Level Service , which we go over in more detail below.

disney's yacht club guest room

And, don’t worry, there are plenty of outlets and USB ports for charging all of your devices. Better yet, there’s plenty of storage for your belongings, including space under the bed, drawers, and closet space. 

The bathrooms have storage underneath the sink and vanity area, as well, which is also separate from the shower and toilet area. 

Let’s go through the types of rooms available to book.

Room Types without Club-Level Access

The are several types of rooms to book that include:

  • Garden or Woods View
  • Standard View
  • 2 Bedroom Suite – Club Level Access
  • Standard View – Club Level
  • Garden View – Club Level
  • Water View – Club Level

disney's yacht club room fifth sleeper

Here is a further breakdown of rooms and what they include view and bed-wise.

Keep in mind that the day beds are not pull-down beds. Day beds are made for an adult, like a twin bed.

  • Standard View : Views of Rooftop or Parking Area; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed

disney's yacht club guest room 2 queen beds

  • Water View : Views of Crescent Lake or Quiet Pool; 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed
  • Garden or Woods View : Views of Garden; 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed

disney's yacht club guest room bathroom

  • King Bed : Room views vary; 1 King Bed

Rooms and Suites with Club-Level Access

These rooms and suites have the same amenities provided in the rooms above, in addition to Club-Level Service perks. They include:

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge (serves refreshments 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily)
  • Complimentary fax assistance
  • Club Level Concierge – Regatta Club
  • Complimentary health club access
  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge

Guests also have access to a DVD Player and Disney Signature Services for personal assistance with your trip.

Here are the rooms:

  • Standard View Club-Level : Views of Rooftop or Parking Area; 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed

disney's yacht club guest room shower

  • Garden View Club-Level : Views of Garden; 1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed
  • Water View Club-Level : Views of one of the Stormalong Bay Lagoons; 1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed

disney's yacht club guest room keurig

  • 2 Bedroom Suite – Club-Level Access : Views of Stormalong Bay or Crescent Lake; 2 King Beds and 1 Queen-Size Sleeper Sofa

Two bedroom suite club level room at Yacht Club

Note: There are also both wheelchair and hearing accessible rooms available that include accessible bathrooms and visual alarms.

You can check out room layouts below.

Pet-Friendly Policy

Yacht Club is pet-friendly , but there are certain conditions that must be met. First, there’s a limit of 2 dogs per room. In order to bring your dog with you, you’ll need to call (407) 939-7539.

There’s also a day and overnight kennel care at  Best Friends Pet Care  located on property.

Yacht Club Resort Room Options

Room type(s)Bed sizeMax people
per room
Floor plan

Views of Crescent Lake or Quiet Pool
1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Day Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds5 adults
Views of gardens1 King Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Day Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds5 adults
Views of Rooftop or Parking Area1 King Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Day Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds5 adults

Views will vary
1 King Bed2 adults

Views of Rooftop or Parking Area
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds4 Adults

Views of Garden
2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed4 Adults

Views of One of the Stormalong Bay Lagoons
1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed4 Adults

Views of Stormalong Bay or Crescent Lake
2 King Beds and 1 Queen-Size Sleeper Sofa6 adults

VIDEO: Disney’s Yacht Club Resort tour (rooms, pools, dining)

Checking In And Out

When it comes to checking in and out, you have a few options: at the front desk, online through the official Walt Disney World website, or via the My Disney Experience app.

disney's yacht club lobby

The front desk is located in the lobby of the main building. Even though the front desk is there to assist guests, especially with checking in and checking out, all Disney World Resort guests are encouraged to check-in online  or by using MDE.

  • Checking-In : After you check-in online or using the app, you’ll receive a room-ready notification via next. You can then use your MagicBand or MDE’s digital key feature to  unlock your room door .
  • Checking-Out : Currently, guests will automatically be checked out of their rooms. But, if you have unresolved charges to your hotel folio, you’ll need to visit the front desk.

Note: Guests also have the option of to chat virtually with resort Cast Members via MDE for any assistance. 

disney's yacht club bell services

The lobby is a nice size, with plenty of seating. Ale & Compass Restaurant and Ale & Compass Lounge are nearby, along with the Crew’s Cup Lounge . 

disney's yacht club front desk

The pickup and dropoff location for  Mears Connect  (which is the replacement for Magical Express) and the bus stop are also right outside the main lobby. As for Bell Services and  luggage storage , you can find that counter inside in the lobby.

Note: Resort Airline Check-In and Magical Express are no longer available.

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Package Delivery & Pick Up

You can have packages and groceries delivered to your Disney Resort hotel, along with shipping select items home.

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Disney used to have a service where you were able to purchase items in the parks and then have them delivered to your resort’s gift shop. However, that service has been unavailable for several years now.

Although parking at Disney World resort hotels used to cost a nightly fee for resort guests, Disney has changed their policy so that parking is now  free  for all on-site resort guests. This change was implemented on January 10, 2023.

Valet parking is also available for $33 per night.

Complimentary standard self-parking is available for non-resort guests exploring dining, shopping, entertainment, and other experiences during the day.

We also have a complete  Walt Disney World parking  guide you can browse.

Important: Valet parking might not always be available.

yacht club parking lot

Yacht Club Building

Yacht Club rooms are located in one main building. As soon as you enter the lobby, you’ll see a sitting area, the front desk, and Bell Services.

disney's yacht club lobby

There is a set of stairs, which you will climb to find your room. There is also a set of elevators.

Amenities And Shops

From gift shops, to on-site laundry services, to spa and fitness, there are several amenities offered to guests at Yacht Club.

yacht club the market at ale and compass

Important note: Some of the following amenities might not be available at all times.

  • Beach Club Marketplace Gifts : An all-purpose shop with souvenirs, apparel, grab ‘n’ go food items, beverages, and more.
  • Market at Ale & Compass : Find everyday essentials, souvenirs, beverages, and snacks.

the market at ale & compass yacht club

  • Laundry Services : There are 24-hour  self-service laundry facilities available near Admiral Pool.
  • Dry Cleaning Services : Dry cleaning and valet laundry services are also an option.

disney's yacht club laundry room

  • Movies Under the Stars : Watch complimentary Disney movies in the Solarium or on the lawn outdoors near the volleyball courts.
  • Ship Shape Massage Salon Fitness : Full-service exercise facility with fitness equipment and spa offerings.

disney's yacht club fitness room

  • Childcare Services :  In-room babysitting  for children 6 months to 12 years old.

Pools And Recreation

Yacht Club has one main feature pool and two leisure pools. If you need a non-park day, we recommended spending the day at your hotel and enjoying a Disney Resort pool .

disney's yacht club stormalong bay pool

Important note: Some of the pools and recreation options might not be available at all times.

Feature Pool

disney's yacht club stormalong bay pool

  • Stormalong Bay : A sand-bottomed pool with a lazy river that also has a life-size shipwreck replica. It has one of the highest hotel waterslides. There’s pool covers three acres. Guests can also enjoy the pool bar and grill, Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill.

Leisure Pools

disney's yacht club leisure pool

  • Yacht Club : The Admiral Pool is located in the garden area near the tennis court. Located in the garden are
  • Beach Club : The Tidal Pool is in the garden area near the volleyball court. 
  • Beach Club Villas : Yacht Club guests are allowed to use the Beach Club Villas’ leisure pool, the Dunes Cove Pool.

All of the leisure pools also have steaming whirlpool spas. Guests can also rent pool cabanas , which are exclusively for Yacht and Beach Club guests.

Some other recreational options include:

  • Lafferty Place (arcade games)

disney's yacht club bayside marina

  • Motorized Boat Rentals

disney's yacht club tennis court

  • Jogging Trails
  • Campfire to roast marshmallows

There are also specialties for an additional price, including:

  • Fantasia Gardens and Fairways Miniature Golf : Two 18-hole miniature golf courses inspired by Fantasia .
  • Pirate Adventure Cruise : For those 4 to 12 years-old. The pirate adventure follows clues to discover hidden treasures.

Restaurant & Dining Options

Yacht Club has a variety of dining options. You can find Quick Service and Table Service options, along with lounges.

The Market at Ale & Compass offers Mobile Order, while Ale & Compass Restaurant offers Mobile Dine Check-In, meaning you’ll check-in using the My Disney Experience app rather than going to the host stand. When your table is ready, you’ll be notified to proceed to a specific location.

Ale & Compass Restaurant also has Table Service To Go, which allows guests to Mobile Order and take their meal back to their room.

Yacht Club is also located within walking distance to Beach Club, meaning guests have access to even more dining, including the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop, a popular place to snag some delicious ice cream.

You can read more about the dining options at Yacht Club below.

Quick Service

Although you don’t need reservations to dine at the Quick Service locations at Yacht Club, you may want to consider using Mobile Order where available.

The Market at Ale & Compass

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This is a grab-and-go spot for those who want a quick breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can find a range of items that aren’t too out-of-the-box, like eggs, breakfast sandwiches, Mickey-shaped waffles, salads, and hot and cold sandwiches.

the market at ale and compass yacht club

Location type:  Grab-and-go Type of food:  American Meals served:  Breakfast, lunch, & dinner

  • Link to breakfast menu
  • Link to lunch and dinner menu
  • On the Disney Dining Plan?  Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)
  • Pros:  Plenty of grab-and-go options and specialty coffee plus bakery cases and Coke Freestyle machines for drinks and refills, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available
  • Cons:   Limited selection and no outdoor seating

Table Service

Table Service locations typically require Advanced Dining Reservations. You can make those online or inside of the Disney Experience app.

Ale & Compass

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Here you can enjoy New England comfort food and classic seafood dishes in a coastal-inspired restaurant.

ale & compass restaurant yacht club

Location type: Casual dining Type of food:  American Meals served:  Breakfast, lunch, & dinner

  • Link to lunch menu
  • Link to dinner menu
  • On the Disney Dining Plan?  Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)
  • Pros:  Reasonably priced, food appeals to many people
  • Cons:  Difficult to get to using Disney transportation unless you are staying in the Epcot resorts area

Crew’s Cup Lounge

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In addition to beverages, you can also order dinner here between 5 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., including a wedge salad, a prime rib, lobster bisque, and more.

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Location type:  Lounge Type of food:  American Meals served:  Dinner

  • On the Disney Dining Plan?  No, 0 Table Service credit(s)
  • Pros:  Specialty drinks available (in addition to standard drink options), good appetizer options, usually pretty quiet
  • Cons:  Disney Dining Plan not accepted

Yachtsman Steakhouse

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A New England-style steakhouse serving premium steaks, fresh seafood, and more.

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Location type:  Fine/Signature dining Type of food:  American, Steakhouse Meals served:  Dinner

  • On the Disney Dining Plan?  Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)
  • Pros:  Amazing service, fantastic food
  • Cons:  Expensive

Everything Else

Looking to grab a snack or maybe just a cup of hot coffee or even a cocktail? Here’s where you can do that:

Ale & Compass Lounge

ale and compass lounge yacht club

This lounge serves both cocktails and appetizers beginning at 4 p.m. daily. Food is only available until 10 p.m.

Location type:  Bar and lounge Type of food:  American Meals served:  Drinks and appetizers

  • Link to lounge menu
  • Pros:  Contemporary design with a cozy and intimate setting, good appetizers and drinks
  • Cons: Small seating area, limited food options

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How to get from Yacht Club to anywhere at Disney World

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You can choose from several forms of complimentary Disney transportation at Yacht Club, including buses (takes you to all the parks and Disney Springs), the Disney Skyliner at the International Gateway (walk the Epcot path), and a boat to Hollywood Studios (you can also take a 20-minute walk here). 

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The bus stop is right outside the main entrance. All of the different ways to get from Yacht Club to anywhere in Disney World is detailed below.

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The Disney Yacht Club has a stately atmosphere, fitting with the ships for which it was named. As soon as you enter the lobby, a mix of rich woods and deep color tones has a warm and luxurious vibe. This feeling carries into the rooms, which match the overall character of the resort.

The rooms of the Disney Yacht Club have a simple color palette – dark brown woods, neutral sandy hues, and ocean blue accents. Many of the furnishings also sport gold handles or accentuations that give both a touch of brightness and elegance. In this instance, simple is best, as you have that feeling of a luxury liner rather than something more kitschy. Even the Disney touches are more subdued, adding to the overall adult air of the Yacht Club.

Disney Yacht Club as seen across the water

Like the Beach Club , the Disney Yacht Club has a variety of rooms to fit the needs of your party.

However, with the emphasis being more on adults, you may find the rooms fit better for a “grown-up group” rather than a family.

With that in mind, let’s find you the perfect “cabin” for your Disney vacation !

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Room layouts.

  • Turret Suites
  • Captain’s Deck Suite
  • Admiral’s Suite

Standard Rooms at the Disney Yacht Club

Similar to other Disney resorts , the Disney Yacht Club separates its rooms into two categories – standard and club level.

Within each of these levels are different view options. Both indicate what you will see off your balcony or verandah and determine your location within the resort.

At the Yacht Club the three views are standard, garden or woods, and water.

Standard View

Standard views typically have the “undesirable” lookouts, like a rooftop, sidewalk, or parking lot.

However, if you don’t particularly care about the literal view outside your room, standard view can be awesome.

Standard view rooms, since they see the parking lot, are sometimes close to the parking lot. If you drove your own car, this is a blessing. These rooms also tend to be cheaper because of their view, which is great if you’re trying to save a few dollars!

As someone for whom the view does not matter, I would gladly take the price decrease versus a better view.

Garden & Woods View

Garden or woods view rooms look out over the gorgeous landscapes surrounding the Disney Yacht Club.

These looks vary from the cultivated gardens and flowers to the wooded area on the backside of the resort. If you like a tranquil view in the morning or evening, you might want to consider this option.

A woods view is also likely to be pretty quiet, as it does not look out onto the boardwalk or any of the main thoroughfares.

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Water views give you the chance to gaze out over Crescent Lake or provide a good look at the quiet pool areas. Again, if you like to start your morning out on the balcony, a water view can be just the right thing for you.

Enjoy a warm cup of coffee or tea and watch the day start out on the boardwalk. It is peaceful and lovely, and you’re on the right side to appreciate the view without being blasted by the sun.

Even a view of the pool can be nice, although that runs the risk of being a bit louder. However, if you can see the pool, you are closer to the pool, which is a huge bonus.

Again, all the “view category” does is determine what you see and where you are in the resort.

When it comes to the actual components of the room, you need to consider the layout.

Layouts & Amenities

All the standard rooms have the same basic amenities:

  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Coffee Maker
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Telephone with voicemail
  • In-Room Safe
  • Iron & Ironing Board

While it may not seem like much, that coffee maker and mini-fridge make all the difference. Being able to wake up and make your own coffee in the morning is a lifesaver, especially if you need that caffeine fix to get yourself moving.

With the mini-fridge, you can bring snacks like yogurt and cheese sticks, or even store a small carton of milk for cereal in the morning. My family did this growing up, and it saved us time and money, particularly on park days.

All of the standard rooms at the Disney Yacht Club sleep five adults, which is nice if you’re traveling in a group or for work.

This does also mean that you could sleep a family in these rooms if you would prefer the Yacht Club to the Beach Club .

You can reserve a few different layout combinations:

  • Two Queen Beds & One Day Bed
  • One Queen Bed, One Twin-Size Sleeper Chair, & One Day Bed
  • One King Bed
  • One King Bed & One Day Bed

Depending on your party or the purpose of your trip, each layout has its own benefits.

Families would prefer the second option, while a group of three adults might prefer the first to avoid bed sharing.

Couples might like the third option, as it gives you more bed space and opens up the room at the same time.

The final option is nice if you’re traveling with just one child or you’re a couple traveling with another adult.

All of the views have a mix and match of these layouts, so when you’re booking just be sure to pay attention to the selection. If you have any questions or special requests, you can always call (407) 939-5277 and a Cast Member will help you out!

Disney Yacht Club Rooms with Club Level Amenities

Club Level puts you on a private Club-only floor, special amenities, and access to the Regatta Club lounge.

While the room layouts are generally the same, and the view options are also similar to the standard, it’s these bonus perks that you’re paying for the in Club Level price.

Typically, Club Level rooms will cost between $200-$250 more than the standard room of the same view, although prices are subject to change.

At the Club Level, you will have all the same amenities as a standard room with the addition of the following:

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge, the Regatta Club, serving refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
  • Fax assistance
  • Newspapers in Club Level lounge
  • Health club access

You also check in separately up on the Club Level floor.

While turndown service and newspapers are nice, it’s the access to the Regatta Club that really makes this worth it.

As the food is always stocked, which means you can count on the Regatta Club as another place to get a quick meal.

Breakfast is by far the most popular time, so try to build in time to get your food and find a seat. That is particularly important if you’re going to the parks – don’t take for granted that this will be quick, because others will be thinking the same thing!

Get a look inside the Regatta Club with this video:

Room Layouts & Views

At the Club Level, all of the rooms are going to sleep four adults.

The views also make a difference in this instance, as the various views limit your options as far as the layout.

Standard view, which still looks out over the rooftops or parking lot, is the most limited in terms of options.

For these rooms, you can only get two queen beds or one king bed, with room for a cot or pack n’ play if you have kids.

This is largely because there are less standard view rooms at the Club Level, so it makes sense you would have fewer layout choices.

Garden View

Garden view rooms have that gorgeous landscape outlook that is perfect for nature lovers.

These rooms have three layout options – one king bed, two queen beds, or two queen beds and a day bed.

Particularly the last one would be good for families, as it gives you the ability to spread your kids out among the space. Even if you have three little (or not so little) ones, everyone will have a bed rather than a cot.

Water view rooms look out over Crescent Lake and the boardwalk, providing spectacular views in the morning as the sunrises and in the evening as the lights twinkle across the lake.

This is the most expensive view at the Club Level, partially because of this splendor.

In the water view rooms, your layout choices are one king bed, two queen beds with a day bed, just two queen beds, or one king bed and a day bed.

As you can see, there are plenty of configurations available to fit the need of any party! Even with the extra cost, it might be worth it to get just what you need for your party.

Disney Yacht Club Rooms – Living the Suite Life

One there is only one suite option at the Yacht Club, these two-room suites are gorgeous.

Considered part of the standard level of rooms, they aren’t on the Club Level floor and don’t have those benefits.

However, these suites have plenty of benefits all their own.

Turret Suite

Located in the turrets of the resort, plenty of natural light makes its way into the rooms to give the whole suite an open and airy feeling.

Because of their location, the suites do have a distinctive shape to them, adding to the charm and beauty of the place.

The color scheme of the suite matches the rest of the resort, with the simple nautical color palette and sophisticated air.

Natural wood floors complement the cream and blue furnishings, making you feel comfortable and spoiled all at once. Meanwhile the ship-themed décor is right on point, adding to the overall atmosphere. Again, because of the placement in the turret, the living room has a unique octagonal shape that adds a touch of fun without detracting from the glamour.

In the master bedroom, two guests enjoy the luxury of a king bed and their own ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom has two queen beds and its own bathroom, making this suite ideal for families with kids or two parties travelling together. Located in the hallway, a desk and third bathroom adds function and efficiency to the space.

Explore the suite with this walkthrough:

Captain’s Deck Suite

Opening on a beautiful entry hall with decorative wood flooring, you’ll feel like a guest of the captain in this incredible suite!

The color scheme stays true to the Yacht Club theme, with an increased emphasis on the navy blue tones.

Largest of all the rooms at the Disney Yacht Club, the Captain’s Deck Suite is great for a long, extended family vacation.

A massive living room includes a chess table and large couch, perfect for families settling in for an evening movie. The living room continues with navy as the primary tone, with cream and gold accents warming the space. Connected to the living room is a large dining room, containing a dining table that seats twelve guests!

Off the dining area is a service kitchen, missing only a stovetop and dishwasher. A full sink, refrigerator, microwave, and plenty of cabinet space more than make up for it! You are more than able to make some of your own simple meals with these kitchen amenities, which will save you time and money.

The master bedroom has a luxurious king bed and massive ensuite bathroom, giving you the opportunity to pamper yourself and relax on your vacation. A walk-in closet completes the master suite, so feel free to use the space to unpack. This is also a great place to put your suitcases so that they are out of the way. A guest bedroom with two queen beds is great for additional members of your group, including their own bathroom.

A private outdoor patio completes the space, providing a sheltered place to relax or enjoy a meal outside.

Check out this incredible suite with this video tour:

Admiral’s Suite

Walking into the Admiral’s Suite at the Disney Yacht Club, right away you feel the opulence. Gorgeous wood floors feature an incredible nautical star design, with dark woods and deep blue walls accenting the motif. Bright white walls with molding lighten the room while maintaining a sophisticated air.

Similar to the Captain’s Suite, the Admiral’s Suite has a large living area, complete with huge couch and a desk space. These suites are built for families or bigger groups, and the living room accommodates all your guests. A fireplace adds a nice touch in the living room, and you might want to use it in the cooler months. There’s also an additional living room space, with a cool octagonal shape similar to the Turret Suites.

In the dining room, a table has space for five, although you could add a high chair or squeeze in other chairs if needed. A small kitchenette with sink connects to the dining room, which helps to prepare simple meals or divide ordered-in food. Even getting a pizza and eating in the suite will save you money, and it gives you a chance to enjoy the suite! A half-bath completes the communal spaces.

Like the other suites, the Admiral Suite has a master bedroom with ensuite bath, while the second bedroom has two queen beds and its own bathroom. Having this much space is great when you’re travelling with multiple families and kids, it makes it so much easier to get going in the morning!

Check out the suite in this video:

Relax in luxury by staying in one of the rooms at the Disney Yacht Club!

Grace Hoyos, Staff Writer

Grace is a life-long lover of all things Disney, particularly the parks at Walt Disney World. She is also an avid Disney Cruise Line enthusiast who regularly dreams of the white sands of Castaway Cay. Grace loves the fact that her Disney trips give her time to spend with her family, enjoy incredible food, and try new experiences.

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Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Last updated: June 26, 2024

The Yacht Club's nautical beach theme includes model ships and antique navigation instruments. The Resort's best features are its top-rated pool, walking paths to EPCOT and the Studios, and Skyliner access.

$598 - $4,093

Lodging Area

Boat, Bus, Skyliner, Walk

Guest Overall Rating

Based on 282 surveys. (See our Ratings and Research page for details)

Lighting: A

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Best pool complex of any WDW resort

Excellent staff/service

Walking distance to EPCOT and DHS

Close to many BoardWalk and EPCOT dining options

Well-themed public spaces

Bright and attractive guest rooms

Boat and Skyliner transportation to DHS

Views and balcony size are hit-or-miss

Bus service to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, water parks, and Disney Springs is shared with other EPCOT resorts

Our stay at Yacht Club was great. Room was good sized, as well as nicely designed and decorated. Without exception, all cast members encountered displayed helpful, courteous and friendly attitudes.

Our stay at Yacht Club was great. Room was good sized, as well as nicely designed and decorated. Without exception, all cast members encountered displayed...

April 7, 2021

We chose to stay at Yacht Club and couldn't have been happier.

May 5, 2018

Rooms at Yacht Club are lovely. The laminate floors are not noisy at all (if we had neighbors above us, we never heard them). Soundproofing on the balcony is good. Lots of USB ports.

Rooms at Yacht Club are lovely. The laminate floors are not noisy at all (if we had neighbors above us, we never heard them). Soundproofing on the balcony is...

October 10, 2017

We love the Yacht Club! We picked it the first time based on details - distance to the parks, reviews, etc - were not disappointed.

November 27, 2016

The Yacht Club's rooms are decorated in white with blue and brass accents. The most recent update also replaced carpeting with vinyl "hardwood" floors, freshening the rooms' look.

  • Room with Queen Bed(s) and en-suite bathroom
  • Balcony or patio
  • Dresser with drawers
  • Full-length mirror
  • Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
  • Flat-panel TV
  • Coffee maker and starter supply of coffee pods
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Digital thermostat
  • In-room safe
  • Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and bar soap

Most rooms are 381 square feet and have two queen-size beds. All upper-floor rooms have full balconies, while ground-floor rooms have patios.

Yacht Club Standard Room

Yacht Club Standard Room

Yacht Club Standard Room

Yacht Club Dresser and TV

Yacht Club Fold Down Bed

Yacht Club Fold Down Bed

Yacht Club Standard Room

Yacht Club Desk and Chair

Yacht Club Closet and Storage

Yacht Club Closet and Storage

Yacht Club Fridge and Coffe Maker

Yacht Club Fridge and Coffe Maker

Yacht Club Standard Room Bathroom

Yacht Club Standard Room Bathroom

Yacht Club Standard Room Bathroom

Yacht Club Room 4073 View

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We’ve mapped and taken photographs of the views from every single room on Walt Disney World property! Our Room Finder helps you find the perfect room for you and then request that room from Disney.

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Dining isn't a strength at Yacht Club, but tons of options are short walk away at EPCOT or the four other resorts.

Ale & Compass Restaurant The cuisine is advertised as “New England comfort food.” Reader ratings have improved substantially over the years, without compromising the diversity of the menu.

Yachtsman Steakhouse Open for dinner only, Yachtsman Steakhouse serves up steak, seafood, and sides. This is a signature restaurant that tries to create an atmosphere, so expect high prices and to adhere to a minimal dress code.

Market at Ale and Compass A small spot carved out of the gift shop, the Market has coffee, pastries, and other small items.

Ale and Compass Lounge Ale & Compass is a competent restaurant, the kind of place you'll be happy to find at dinnertime if it's raining and you don't want to go outside; or everyone is starving and you need to eat right now. Ale and Compass is a better choice for breakfast. You'll find something for everyone in various combinations of eggs, potatoes, bacon, tofu, French toast, and so on, with a la carte options if you just want a quick bite.

Crew's Cup Lounge The Crew’s Cup Lounge is one of the better bars in Walt Disney World, although the reason for that statement is hard to explain. The entire room just feels...well, cool. It starts when you approach the door, which is found in the Yacht Club’s hallway, heading towards the Beach Club Resort. One of the things that makes Crew’s Cup cool is the understated sign hanging in the hall, a few steps up, as well as a plain door. The facade is easily overshadowed by the Yachtsman Steakhouse, but that secret, speakeasy style entry makes it a little hard to find, and we all know that the coolest places don’t need to advertise. Walking in you immediately notice the theme, which is rowing, but are not overwhelmed by it. There are a few images of rowers here and there and a few oars along the walls, but it is mostly just a quaint, slightly dark, overwhelmingly wood-paneled lounge. The rowing theme obviously fits in with the Yacht Club Resort and the Crew’s Cup looks as if it would be a place that a crew team would hang out after practice. While many Americans do not think of crew or rowing as major sports, it certainly has a long history in the United States. It began as soon as the English landed, having been popular there several centuries prior. Yale University boast the oldest American college crew club, started in 1843, and the Harvard versus Yale regatta is the oldest intercollegiate sport in the U.S. It is so old in fact (started in 1852), that it had to be paused during the American Civil War! The entire Crew’s Cup Lounge hints toward this history. The shell (or boat to you landlubbers) hanging from the ceiling is a common place for storage when there are no racks. The oars along the walls are each painted differently, which is how a team identifies itself (although these oars match no teams that we could find). Even just the exposed rafters and craftsman touches point toward a New England style around the year 1900. For those interested in what goes on in a kitchen, there is a window that looks into a section of the Yachtsman Steakhouse’s back of house. Often during dinner time you will see a prep chef getting ready for the mealtime rush. Once you decide to have a seat, there are a few different options, with seats at the bar, a handful of booths, a few tables and chairs, and also a few couches. Whether you are there for dinner, relaxation, or to watch the television, you will find a seat to match. Speaking of dinner, there is both food and drink aplenty, although the drink list is our one big knock on The Crew’s Cup as it follows the standard Disney drink menu. The food here is above average and consists of hearty appetizers, burgers, and chicken tenders. Nothing fancy, but good quality and decently priced (for Walt Disney World). The Crew’s Cup Lounge is not often mentioned as a favorite spot, and we will hope it stays that way because that just means more room for us. After all, if everyone knows it might stop being so cool.

Fittings & Farings Fittings & Farings is Yacht Club's souvenir shop. A small selection of snacks, drinks, and other groceries are available.

Refillable Mugs Allows guest self-service soft drink refills from quick-service locations in hotels ( NOT in theme parks ) for $21.99 for the length of stay.

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Yacht Club has Disney World's best pool - Stormalong Bay with a lazy river, fabulous water slide, and acres of water fun. Three other pools are available across Yacht Club and Beach Club resorts, for use by both Beach and Yacht Club guests.

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Lafferty Place Arcade arcade is near Stormalong Bay between the Yacht and Beach resorts. It features relatively recent video games of all kinds.

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Free Disney Movies Under the Stars are shown most evenings, weather-permitting, either at the Beach Club Beach, or in the Solarium.

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The Ship Shape Fitness Center has weights, treadmills, and other equipment for your workout. Hours are typically 6 AM to 9 PM. Joggers will enjoy the 0.8-mile loop around Crescent Lake too.

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The Beach Club Beach hosts marshmallow roasts around 5:30 PM nightly. It's really great during the cooler months of the year.

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Disney resort guests get into each theme park 30 minutes earlier than off-site guests, every day.

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Those staying at Disney's Deluxe and Deluxe Villa hotels can buy Lightning Lane via Individual Purchase at 7:00 a.m. each day. Others cannot make that purchase until the official park opening time.

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Disney's Deluxe and DVC resort guests get two extra hours in select theme parks on certain days of the week. The schedule changes, so check with the front desk.

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Check-in is 4:00pm Check-out is 11:00am

All Disney resorts participate in Disney’s Online Check-In program. If you’ve checked-in online and provided a mobile phone number or email address, you will receive your room number electronically. Then you can go straight to the room and use your smart phone or MagicBand to open the door, skipping the lobby altogether.

These rubber and plastic wrist bands can function as your room key, park admission, charge card, and more! MagicBands cost money, but if you'd like a free option you can use the official Disney World app on your phone or request an RFID-embedded card at the front desk.

Park tickets are best purchased online in advance either directly through Disney or via our Least Expensive Ticket Calculator . However, if you arrive without park tickets, head to the concierge desk in the hotel lobby.

Dining reservation are best made online in advance or on your phone or tablet during your visit. You can also use our Disney World Reservation Finder .

Washers and dryers are availabile in laundry facilities at each Disney World hotel. Cost is $3 per wash, and another $3 per dry cycle. A small selection of soap, fabric softener, and dryer sheets are also sold, for around $1 each. Only credit/debit cards can be used for payment. For more information, see our Disney World Laundry Facilities page.

If you lose something in a theme park or during your stay at a Disney-operated hotel, visit Disney's Lost and Found website or call (407) 824-4245.

Disney hotels have gifts shops near their lobbies with a decent collection of Disney-branded souvenirs. You will also find basic pharmacy items such as sunscreen, aspirin, allergy and cold medicine, baby diapers and formula, shampoo, and the like. Resort hotels with Deluxe Villa rooms offer an assortment of groceries, as well.

Disney recommends a third party company, Kid's Nite Out , to provide babysitting services at the resort hotels. See our Disney World Child Care page for more information.

The Yacht Club is located in the EPCOT Resort Area. All modern GPS apps, and Google Maps, will have clear driving directions to it. As a backup, look for Disney road signs directing you toward the EPCOT resorts (not EPCOT) once you're on property, and then look for signs for the Yacht Club once you're close.

Destination Boat Bus Car Walk
25 min 36 min
12 min 16 min 9 min
14 min 14 min 22 min
25 min 17 min
26 min 10 min

Disney Skyliner gondola system has a station at EPCOT's International Gateway entrance. The ride to Hollywood Studios is about 12 minutes (plus waiting time in line).

Disney provides free bus service to the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, and Disney Springs from the bus stop at the front of the resort. Buses run about every 20 minutes. For all destinations except the Magic Kingdom, it's probably faster to drive or walk.

If you have your own car , it's faster to drive yourself to Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks, and Disney Springs. Disney's transportation system is faster to the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney's Hollywood Studios.

EPCOT is a short walk from the Yacht Club, and the walk to Hollywood Studios is just a little longer.

Disney provides free boat service to EPCOT and Disney's Hollywood Studios from the resort.

You can walk between the Beach Club, Yacht Club, BoardWalk, Swan, Swan Reserve, and Dolphin. Boat service is available to all of those, too, except the Swan Reserve. The Skyliner at EPCOT's International Gateway can take you to Caribbean Beach, Riviera, Pop Century, and Art of Animation. For all other resort destinations, the fastest option is an Uber, Lyft, or taxi. Disney's bus service is free but slow, and will probably require you to use an intermediate destination like Disney Springs, to get to your destination. And that can take a couple of hours each way if you're unluckly.

if you have a car, the easiest way to get to Universal Orlando, SeaWorld, and other tourist destinations is to drive. Alternatively, Mears Transportation operates shuttle services between the Disney hotels and other theme parks.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort: Everything You Need To Know

posted by Charmaine Cortes on June 10, 2023 // last updated on June 10, 2023

Disney has over 30 beautiful resorts to choose from when you’re planning your getaway. Each Disney resort has its own theme and aesthetic, making your trip more magical than staying at another nearby hotel. 

As you browse the Disney resort options, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort needs to be on your list. This magnificent resort is in a great location with fantastic dining options, transportation to and from the parks, and plenty of entertainment choices. 

If you’re considering staying on Disney property during your next vacation to Orlando, Florida , here’s everything you need to know about Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. 

Overview of the Yacht Club

Checking in and out of the resort, resort dining, water recreation, other recreational activities, transportation to and from the parks, final thoughts.

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Similar to Disney’s Beach Club Resort , the Yacht Club captures everything you love about New England. The decor and aesthetic of the resort make you feel like you’re in a prominent yacht club in New England rather than Central Florida. 

The Yacht Club Resort joined in the middle with the Beach Club and opened its doors to visitors for the first time in November of 1990. The color scheme throughout the resort is shades of pastel blue and plenty of nautical decor touches. 

The prime location on Crescent Lake puts you close to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT, so if you’re planning on hitting one or both of those parks, you can’t beat staying at this resort. 

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Learning about how the check-in and out process work where you’ll be staying can make you feel more prepared for your vacation. Staying at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is similar to most hotels around the United States with their check-in and out process. 

Your room will likely not be ready for you until 3 PM on your arrival date. The slightly later check-in time gives the staff plenty of time to ensure the room is in the best condition for your stay. You can request an earlier check-in time when completing your booking, but that doesn’t guarantee you’ll get it. 

As for checking out, the time is 11 AM. You can request a late check-out, but the latest they offer guests is noon, so it’s not a huge difference but still an option if you’re interested. 

When booking at this Disney resort, you’ll notice that there are several room types you can choose from. They have standard rooms with a typical amount of space up to oversized suites built for those seeking elegance. 

Here’s a quick look at the different room types. 

Standard View

A standard room at the Yacht Club has either one king-size bed or two queens. It has a small chair and table, bathroom, TV, and mini-fridge for you to use. These rooms are their most basic, and the views show you the parking lot, woods, or parking garage, depending on your room’s floor level. 

The standard view rooms might only offer you the most basic lodging in the resort, but they’re still beautifully decorated and will give you a comfortable place to sleep after spending all day at the parks or one of the pools. This room sleeps up to four people comfortably. 

Garden View

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You can opt for a garden view if you want a prettier view than the standard view rooms. You’ll get to see the beautifully landscaped courtyards that scatter the property. You’ll enjoy all the same bed options and other amenities that the standard view rooms offer. 

You might have guessed this already, but the water view is the same as the standard and garden view rooms, except that your window or balcony will overlook the lake or one of the beautiful pools on the property. 

Two-Bedroom Suite

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A two-bedroom suite is an excellent option if you need a little more room. These rooms have many of the features of the standard rooms, like TVs, bathrooms, and mini-fridges. 

Each two-bedroom suite has two king beds and one queen sleeper sofa. They all face the lake or Stormalong bag and can sleep six people easily.

Admiral Suite

The Admiral suite is another option that can sleep up to six people. It comes with a primary bedroom with a king-sized bed and another room with two queen beds. 

The bathroom is more spacious, and the water views are stunning. You’ll have a decent-sized sitting area, mini-fridge, desk area, and two TVs. 

Captain’s Deck Suite

For a suite that can sleep six people comfortably, you can consider the Captain’s Deck Suite. This suite features one king bed and two queen beds in separate rooms. 

You’ll have all the space with a two-bedroom suite and all the features. The main difference is the decor and only one Captain’s Deck Suite. 

Commodore VIP Suite

The Commodore VIP Suite is very similar to the Captain’s Deck Suite. You’ll have the same type and amount of beds, allowing you to sleep six people comfortably. 

What sets this beautiful suite apart from the others previously mentioned is that you’ll have a balcony with stunning water views. 

Presidential Suite

The Presidential Suite is the second largest in the Yacht Club Resort. There are two queen beds and one king bed in this suite. Everything is mostly the same from the Commodore VIP Suite, but there’s even more space for you and your other travel buddies. 

They have some two-bedroom suites that connect if you want more than six people to travel with you. 

Turret Suite

Finally, the most oversized suite at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is their Turret Suite. This suite sleeps up to eight comfortably, with one king bed, two queen beds, and one sleeper sofa that can sleep two adults. 

This suite’s size is generous and spacious, and if you’re traveling with kids, you’ll love how much space your family will have to move around and enjoy the different rooms of this suite.

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It’s safe to say you’ll never go hungry when you stay at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Whether you’re interested in quick service spots, market-style, or a sit-down restaurant, you’ll have a lot of options here. 

Ale & Compass Restaurant

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One of the most popular sit-down restaurants at the Yacht Club Resort is Ale & Compass . This restaurant features delicious seafood you would see when traveling up the east coast of the United States and into New England. 

People usually get lobster and eat shrimp and corn chowder here. The best part is they’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

The Market at Ale & Compass

Near the Ale & Compass Restaurant and Lounge is their market. The Market at Ale & Compass is the perfect spot to stop for fast food and beverages to enjoy in your room or on the go.

They have breakfast items, sandwiches, coffee, and Disney souvenirs that you might want to browse before you head home. 

Ale & Compass Lounge

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Ale & Compass has a lounge worth looking at for a relaxing spot with great libations. They have snacks that are great appetizers before your dinner reservation or whenever you’re feeling peckish as you sip delicious cocktails. 

They have a lot of higher-end liquor, and people rave about the pomegranate margarita. 

Yachtsman Steakhouse

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When you want a more excellent table service restaurant for dinner, you must try Yachtsman Steakhouse . This warm and inviting steakhouse has nautical decor like the rest of the resort and features everything you would want in a steakhouse. 

There are plenty of cuts of steaks, veggies, and other side dishes to go around. There are even kid-friendly options if you’re traveling with kids. Most people recommend getting a reservation with this restaurant, but you can do that by calling the restaurant. 

Cape May Cafe

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Do you love a breakfast buffet? Then you need to try Cape May Cafe. This buffet-style restaurant features all your favorite breakfast items in the morning, like fruit, egg dishes, bacon, toast, and the world-famous Mickey and Minnie-shaped waffles. 

Their dinner buffet is excellent, with plenty of shellfish and even snow crab legs for an extra fee. They also have a delicious oven-roasted chicken dish that’s perfect when you’re not in the mood for seafood. 

Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

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When you want classic beach food, you must visit the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop . This spot serves plenty of ice cream, sundaes, and other sweets that people of all ages will love. You can also grab fast food when you’re not feasting on their specialty ice creams. 

They have several burgers and hot dogs that are perfect for kids and picky eaters. They also have many soups, sandwiches, and other classic American menu items. 

Martha’s Vineyard

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As a resort based on a New England yacht club, it’s no surprise that Martha’s Vineyard is one of the best dining options here. This restaurant features signature cocktails, a lounge, imported wines, beers, and plenty of delicious seafood. 

Don’t worry, though. The restaurant also has other menu items besides seafood. You’ll love having a nice meal with your family here. 

Crew’s Cup Lounge

Crew’s Cup Lounge is a great option when you’re looking for a great place to lounge with an alcoholic beverage after a long day. They have a fantastic selection of beer, wine, and handcrafted cocktails to enjoy.

They have a smaller menu with small plates that pair well with all their drinks. The hours vary here, so you’ll want to check online or call before arriving. 

Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill

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For the adults who love to enjoy a good frozen or tropical cocktail while they lounge in the lazy river, wade in the pool, or relax in a lounge chair, Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill is the spot. 

This bar doesn’t offer food, but the frozen piña coladas are unmatched. 

When you’re not riding all the rides and seeing the parades at the parks, you can soak up the sun at one of the several water recreation areas at the resort. 

Stormalong Bay

Stormalong Bay is a shared space between the Yacht Club and Beach Club. This three-acre water recreation area is fun for everyone. There are pools, slides, and sandy shores for you to relax in the Florida sun.

You’ll love the lifesize shipwreck area, the lazy river, the hot tubs, and lounging on the elevated training deck.

Shipwreck Pool

The Shipwreck pool is for the youngest of travelers. This pool is for tiny tots because they can easily wade into the water and play without a high risk of drowning. There are lifeguards on duty at this pool and a mini water slide for the bravest of the kids. 

Admiral Pool

The Admiral Pool is in a peaceful garden. It’s the best for adults because it’s a quieter area of the resort, and most adults come here to escape the children running around and playing.

There aren’t lifeguards on duty here, so you’re not likely to see any children, but you’ll still want to be cautious. 

Cabana Rentals

If you feel like treating yourself, you can book a cabana for the day or a few hours. You’ll need to pre-book this service, but you won’t regret it.

When you book a cabana, you’ll enjoy amenities and services like: 

  • A cast member serving you at the cabana 
  • Food and drink service
  • A ceiling fan to keep you cool
  • Comfortable furniture, TV
  • A charging outlet
  • A fruit basket
  • A mini fridge 
  • Fresh towels 

Hanging out by the pool isn’t the only recreational activity that the Yacht Club offers guests. You’ll find volleyball and tennis courts surrounding the resort, a spa, and a fitness center too. Here are a few other recreational activities you might enjoy while staying at this Disney resort. 

Movie Under the Stars

There’s nothing like watching a great Disney movie under the twinkling stars. The Yacht Club Resort shows movies at nighttime at their Solarium and on their lawn by the volleyball courts.

Movie showings don’t happen every night, and the movies constantly change. If you’re interested in this activity, you can ask your front desk staff for a schedule. 

Motorized Boat Rentals

You can rent boats and frolic around Crescent Lake. You can rent them for 30-minute intervals, and you don’t need a reservation to rent them. While you don’t technically need one, you might want to consider renting in advance to secure the time slot you prefer. 

Fantasia Gardens Mini Golf

If you’re willing to walk a short distance, you can play this 18-hole mini golf course . There are five different themes throughout the course that resemble some of your favorite Disney characters. 

Disney is known for their spectacular service, so you know the amenities here are excellent. Some of the amenities included at the resort are: 

  • Safes in every room for small valuables
  • ATMs for quick cash
  • Turn-down service
  • Housekeeping
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Voicemail service 
  • Valet parking
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services

One of the best reasons to stay at one of the Disney resorts is the free transportation to and from the parks they offer guests.

You’re more than welcome to drive your car to the park, but parking can get stressful. The Yacht Club Resort has three transportation options for guests to ensure a stress-free trip. 

Bus Service

Disney’s bus service is most people’s go-to transportation method when staying at one of the several Disney resorts. There are plenty of buses that go from all the different resorts and to all the parks. 

They run about an hour before the parks open until an hour after the parks close to ensure everyone can safely make it back to their resort. It’s easy to look up the bus route and schedule online, or you can ask the staff at the front desk of your hotel for assistance if needed. 

The Skyliner is a great way to travel to and from EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as long as you’re not afraid of heights. These beautiful gondolas in the sky have different themes based on your favorite Disney movies and characters. 

It’s not technically at the resort, but it’s a short walk down the boardwalk and still an excellent transportation option when traveling to EPCOT and Hollywood Studios. Much like the buses, it operates an hour before the parks open until an hour after the parks close.

Last but not least, we have the ferry boat . Like the Skyliner, this service is not available at every Disney resort, and it doesn’t go to all the parks either. It can take you to and from Hollywood Studios and EPCOT. They run every 15 to 30 minutes for the majority of the day. 

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is among one of the most popular on their property. Its central location, great amenities, dining options, and atmosphere make for the perfect vacation to Walt Disney World .

Whether traveling with your partner, best friend, group of people, or family, this beautiful New England yacht club-inspired resort is the perfect place to stay for a magical Disney vacation. 

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Guide

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort 1700 Epcot Resorts Blvd. Lake Buena Vista, 32830 Phone: (407) 934-7000 Fax: (407) 934-3450

Deluxe Resort Classification Located in the Epcot resort area Check In: 3:00 p.m. / Check Out: 11:00 a.m.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is a Deluxe Disney resort, located within easy walking distance of Epcot’s International Gateway entrance and of the BoardWalk’s entertainment and dining venues. The Yacht Club Resort is elegant, with nautical theming reminiscent of the Nantucket in the 1880s. Most importantly, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is appealing to the Old Salts among us, as well as those landlubbers who just enjoy a stroll along the beachfront. The floors are hardwood, the decor is brass, and comfy chairs abound- add in a sand-bottom pool that really is a mini-water park, and you’ve got the makings of a great vacation

Check our Rehabs and Closures schedule for any refurbishments or work taking place at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort during your visit.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Rooms

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort’s 621 rooms have standard, garden or woods, pool or water views. Standard rooms have either two queen beds and a daybed OR one queen bed and a twin sleeper OR  one king bed  OR  one king bed and one daybed

Twenty suites range in size from junior suite to Presidential suite. All rooms have either a balcony or a patio. Disabled accessible rooms available.

Each room has: Alarm Clock Ceiling Fan Coffeemaker & setup, tea setup DVD player (in suites) Hair dryer In-room wall safe Iron and ironing board Refrigerator Telephone with voice mail Flat Panel TV – ABC, Disney Channel, Check the  TV channel guide  for more Complimentary wireless Internet (WiFi)

Resort amenities include: Self-service laundry facilities near the ‘quiet’ pool Valet laundry service Salon/Barber Services Valet parking

Available upon request, subject to availability Bed Boards/Rails Crib: Pack ‘n Play Microwave

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Business Center – At the end of the main hall in the Convention Center, providing fax, photocopy, mail, and computer services, including Internet access (additional fee applies) for Resort Guests.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is also participating in a pilot program to allow dogs to stay with their families in select Disney World Resort Hotels.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Dining

Hurricane Hanna

Ale & Compass Restaurant table service location serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Yachtsman Steakhouse Signature Dining location is open for dinner. Hurricane Hanna’s pool bar serves quick-service meals and snacks. Ale & Compass lounge serves drinks and snacks. Crew’s Cup lounge serves drinks and snacks. In-Room Dining is available 24 hours a day:

Beaches and Cream

Beach Club dining options: Cape May Cafe is a Table Service buffet-style restaurant that hosts a character breakfast in the morning and a clam-bake-themed dinner in the evening. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop is a casual Table Service location at the Beach Club. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop To Go Menu Beach Club Marketplace sells Quick Service meals, snacks, and a limited selection of groceries. Martha’s Vineyard

Flying Fish

BoardWalk dining opportunities are within easy walking distance: Big River Grille & Brewing Works brewpub Flying Fish (Signature Dining location) BoardWalk Deli BoardWalk Pizza Window AbracadaBar BoardWalk Ice Cream Belle Vue Lounge Pizza Window Boardwalk Joe’s Marvelous Margaritas The To-Go Cart Leaping Horse Libations Trattoria al Forno The Cake Bake Shop Restaurant by Gwendolyn Rogers– coming soon! Refillable mugs are available for purchase at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop , Beach Club Marketplace , and  Hurricane Hanna’s Grill .

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Recreation

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Stormalong Bay – a three-acre water park comprised of three sand-bottom pools with zero-depth entry, and a water slide (also open to Beach Club and Beach Club Villa guests- resort ID/MagicBand required for use) A ‘quiet’ pool Seven whirlpool spas (hot tubs) Children’s playground Lafferty Place Arcade two lighted Tennis courts Bayside Marina: Boat rentals Water cruises Fishing Volleyball  (Beach Club) Jogging trail around Crescent Lake Tennis Volleyball Nightly Campfire Sing-a-long Disney Movies Under The Stars Disney’s Pirate Adventure (children ages 4 to 12) Ship Shape Health Club

For a fun and more relaxing way to spend a day during your visit to Walt Disney World, each resort hosts Poolside Activities each day from 1:30 – 7:00 p.m.. Pool hours and lifeguard availability vary by pool. Activities and programs are subject to change. Although the activities vary by day and by resort, examples of what you might find include trivia, arts and crafts, dance parties, games, bingo, and more.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Shopping

The Market at Ale & Compass stocks Disney character apparel and souvenirs as well as Yacht Club logo merchandise and general sundries. Beach Club Marketplace at the Beach Club is another shopping option, and the BoardWalk has numerous shopping venues.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Transportation

Boat Transportation

Complimentary Overnight Self-Parking

Transportation Times Between Yacht Club Resort and Disney Destinations

Disney’s bus service is available to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the Magic Kingdom, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as well as Disney Springs and the Disney water parks. Water launch transportation is available to the Epcot International Gateway entrance, to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and to the BoardWalk. The Beach Club, Boardwalk, and Epcot’s International Gateway entrance are within walking distance.

The bus stop is located to the left of the main lobby, as you exit the front of the building. Also, the water launch stop is on the dock as you exit the main lobby toward Crescent Lake.

These times are approximate and provided to give you an idea of average travel times. Please plan on up to a 20-minute wait for Disney transportation in addition to walking time to resort or theme park transportation stops.

Magic Kingdom – 19 minutes by bus, 35 minutes by car (with transfers) Epcot International Gate – 8 minutes walking, 18 minutes by boat, 16 minutes by car (to front gate) Disney’s Hollywood Studios – 20 minutes walking, 18 minutes by boat Disney’s Animal Kingdom – 24 minutes by bus, 19 minutes by car Disney Springs – 20 minutes by bus, 11 minutes by car Blizzard Beach water park –22 minutes by bus, 14 minutes by car Typhoon Lagoon water park – 20 minutes by bus, 9 minutes by car

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Childcare

While not an on-site child care facility, however, Kid’s Nite Out, in-room child care, is available at all resorts for children 6 months to 12 years old. Reservations may begin as early as 6:30 a.m. and/or may begin as late as 11:00 p.m., Services are available 24/7.

The Walt Disney World Dolphin will still offer a Children’s Activity Center option and you do not have to be a guest at that resort to use the Children’s Activity Center. Camp Dolphin

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort VIP Top Tips

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While room requests are not guaranteed , at the Yacht Club ask to be closest to the lobby to limit the amount of walking needed to the pool area and transportation to the Theme Parks.

The Yacht Club has a beautiful wedding gazebo in its gardens. From the balconies of some of the Garden View and Water View rooms, you can overlook this area and glimpse a Disney wedding.

At Disney’s Yacht Club Resort , all rooms have a full balcony or patio.

Enjoy the close proximity to Epcot’s World Showcase . While there is a boat launch available at Epcot, you can get there faster by walking.

You can access Disney’s Hollywood Studios by boat. You may also enjoy a brisk walk around the BoardWalk down to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In general, you may find the boat ride shorter than walking to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

These resorts offer one of the best pools on Walt Disney World property. While separate, the Yacht & Beach Club Resorts share the pool area. There is a “shipwreck” that offers the entry point to the main water slide. Some areas of the pool have a sandy bottom.

These resort hotels are located near the BoardWalk, offering a short walk to additional restaurants and nightlife that do not require park admission.

Sometimes Disney’s bus transportation may share buses with the other resort hotels in the Epcot area around the BoardWalk. If you find yourself stopping at multiple stops, you may want to get off at the first stop and just walk the rest of the way. This is sometimes quicker than stopping at each resort hotel if the bus loop is being shared with multiple resorts.

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Photos: Inside New Rooms at Yacht Club

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Following its latest refurbishment, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort has redesigned rooms, which are one component of a resort-wide re-imagining of this Walt Disney World hotel. In this post, we’ll review the new rooms, share some photos, and thoughts on the changes at Yacht Club.

While other changes are still underway throughout the resort, it’s worth noting that the room refurbishment at Yacht Club is now entirely finished. I suppose this is good or bad news depending upon your opinion of the new rooms. Either way, there’s no need to request an old or new room. They’re all new.

This was yet another stop on our recent Walt Disney World “vacation” during which we stayed in 6 different new or newly-refurbished rooms. Given that the room refurbishment coincides with a convention center expansion, I was not exactly optimistic about what we’d find at Yacht Club…

This is because the changes at Yacht Club are, in large part, aimed at making it more appealing to the convention-going demographic. Elsewhere at Walt Disney World where the goal has been making rooms more appealing to non-families or non-fans, the result has left something to be desired.

We’ve harped on this in the past, so I won’t rehash it all here. Basically, the more ‘mainstream’ Walt Disney World makes a hotel room, the less-themed the result. There have been some exceptions to this, and these room designs have been a bit hit or miss. At least, from my fan perspective. Conventioneers and others might (and do) disagree.

Anyway, let’s take a look at the old rooms before we offer further commentary:

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Fairly bright and airy, albeit having a 1990s quality to them. Personally, I liked these rooms, but I wouldn’t say they fit well with the Yacht Club’s aesthetic in common areas, which is generally more stately and sophisticated.

Now, let’s take a look at the new rooms:

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Perhaps it was because my expectations were low going in, but I loved this room. If anything, I would say it is more themed than before, with excellent use of navy blue and beige contrasted against white, which really looks sharp in the context. The color palette alone reinforces the nautical theme.

Beyond that, there’s an extensive use of dark woods, which really give the room an air of sophistication. It reminded me of the interior of a Brooks Brothers, oddly enough. There’s also a variety of textures, the extent of which might be tough to ascertain from the photos.

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Most notably, there are small rivets or other ship fastenings throughout, including on the dresser and other furniture. Then you have the headboards, mirror, and desk. Some of the nice features of the room now include a built-in ironing board, wood floors, abundance of storage (including under-the-bed room for luggage), and Keurig coffee makers.

The attention to detail in the new Yacht Club rooms is incredible, and all of it works to cement the theme. If your idea of a good Walt Disney World room includes an infusion of characters, you will be disappointed. Aside from a couple of them hidden in constellations on the curtain (a really cool curtain, by the way), the room is devoid of Disney IP. Fine with me, as I regularly stress that Disney characters are not “theme.” Really, the only thing I dislike is the framed pictures on the walls (too modern and ‘artsy’), but the rest works well.

One thing that I think most definitely was a mistake was not putting a runner on the bed. As mentioned in our Pop Century New Rooms post, I think the beds look naked without this, and it’s an industry-wide trend I hope stops. Imagine how much better this room could look with the simple addition of a runner that looks like the throw pillows on the couch.

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During our visit, we spoke with a higher-level Cast Member at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort who indicated that they had solicited a lot of feedback, particularly from conventioneers, prior to making the updates to the room.

Generally speaking, this is not particularly noteworthy. Disney regularly prefaces whatever decision is being made with, “Due to feedback from our guests…” Often, it’s used as cover to justify decisions that are going to be unpopular with fans.

What’s interesting here is that the Cast Member was clear that this feedback was actively sought from convention attendees, as opposed to families or other demographics. Supposedly, Disney created multiple different test rooms to aid in the redesign, too.

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While we absolutely love the new style, I can envision a couple of complaints. The new style is a bit dark and drab; I think this is appropriate, as that’s the visual style of the resort as a whole, and if you want to brighten it up, opening the curtains fixes that.

I think this will also lead to people finding the rooms stuffier or less inviting. The older rooms were no doubt lighter and had more of a quintessential ‘fun’ Disney vibe to them, but I still think these rooms are nicer and more appropriate thematically.

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Moreover, I think most business and convention-going guests, these new rooms will be a very welcome improvement, even if they don’t win over some Disney fans. Among hardcore fans and repeat families, Yacht Club is not a particularly popular resort. Like any resort, it has its fans, but many people regard it as stuffy and less kid-friendly.

I don’t see these changes moving the needle one way or the other for families. On the other hand, I think the changes make Yacht Club much more compelling for conventioneers, adults without kids, and those looking for a room that’s more understated.

While I liked the old room at Yacht Club, it look was starting to feel a bit tired and some of the rooms were worse for wear. The changes are nice upgrades, and make it feel more commensurate in quality with the high nightly price being charged.

(Note: If you’re wondering why the sheets aren’t discolored, the furniture is not trashed, and there’s not feces spread over every inch of the walls, it’s because we were here before Yacht Club became a post-apocalyptic canine wasteland. Now that Yacht Club is dog-friendly , we can only assume it looks like a worse version of Parkside Hotel & Suites now . Walt is rolling in his grave. Smh.)

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Beyond the room changes, the hallways and some common areas have also been refurbished and look great. Some areas of Yacht Club were looking a bit worse for wear, so these refurbishments are very welcome.

As noted, Walt Disney World is currently expanding the Yacht Club convention center facility to nearly 100,000 square feet. Speaking of which, this DisneyMeetings.com press release details the other upgrades being made to improve the convention experience at Yacht Club. (It’s also an interesting read to see how Walt Disney World markets itself to conventioneers, I think.)

The dining scene at Yacht Club is also in the process of changing . The Market at Ale & Compass has already opened, with the next steps being a re-imagined lobby lounge and new concept for the former Captain’s Grille, which will become Ale & Compass Restaurant. Too bad none of these changes entail a fully-fledged counter service restaurant or food court. (Yacht Club is admittedly not the best spot for that, but one of the Crescent Lake resorts could use one!)

Overall, the Yacht Club room refurbishment seems like one of those rare times a change has been made in a Walt Disney World hotel that will please both the fan and non-fan constituencies. Conventioneers will appreciate the modern and fresh-looking rooms that are well-appointed and classy. Disney fans who were likely to book Yacht Club before will appreciate that there’s still a lot to the themed design. I’m sure there are still legitimate quibbles to be made with these new rooms, but frankly, I didn’t spot anything that I’d consider even remotely major. From my perspective, this is a job exceptionally well done by Walt Disney World.

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Your Thoughts

Do you agree or disagree with our take on the new Yacht Club rooms? Would you stay here, or is this resort off of your radar due to the refurbishment? Any questions we can help you answer? Hearing feedback about your experiences is both interesting to us and helpful to other readers, so please share your thoughts below in the comments!

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Written by Tom Bricker

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The new rooms look great. However….those dresser drawers look useless. Incorporating the fridge into the dresser at wdw resorts was the worst idea ever. I love the corner units at PoP and AKL. Adds so much functionality to the rooms. I’ll ignore your comment about dog rooms

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I love love love that the rugs are Being pulled up, and a hard surface is down in its place. I wish all hotels would do this!

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Have stayed at the Yacht Club both in October and November. We like the Yacht Club with respect to location. As for the rooms. We love them overall. The safe is much larger. There are plenty of outlets to charge your phone. Nice lamps built into the bed frame for reading. The HVAC unit seemed very quiet and efficient. Both my wife and I enjoyed the shower with the glass door. No curtains here! One interesting item they added was a sliding door to close off the sink area so it gave you privacy without waking up that late sleeper. We stayed at a first floor room and a third floor room on our visits. The only difference between the two was a large lamp in the center of the ceiling on the third floor room. Finally, my only complaint was the absence of a pen and notepad. Housekeeping told me they were cutting back! Could have used it when I was booking a Bounceback offer on the phone.

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Like the Yacht Club redo but the bathtub and shower didn’t see any grab bars for safety. Don’t want room with room in shower not handicapped but where’s the safety, put in grab bars please.

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We LOVE the more refined decor in the Yacht club rooms. We’ve stayed there twice since the new make-over. Never would stay there before because of the blinding red and blue child’s bedroom vibe. LOVE the sleek floors (carpet is not a very clean feel). It now looks like a Yacht Club would look – elegant, nautical, high-end. Good taste Disney.

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Took family of 5 to a split stay with yacht club first then poly. Absolutely loved the yacht club rooms. So functional and convenient. Only problem was we could not use balcony due to love bugs but also a problem at poly. Think I actually prefer Yacht club to poly. One bummer was they moved the beautiful giant globe from the lobby to near the convention center. Boo!

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More drabness!!!!!!!! These refurb are a 100% fail. A Disney resort should look DISNEY!!!!!!!! These rooms do not.

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I do not understand why so many Disney room remodels are removing the ceiling fans!! In Florida with the year round heat and humidity, ceiling fans are a tremendous benefit and in my mind, they are an absolute necessity!!

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We just got back from a 6 night stay at the Yacht Club! I loved it! Would be happy to only ever stay there! We were in room 2133 and the view was incredible! I would highly recommend the Yacht Club!

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I think you are spot on about having a runner on the bed to match the pillows on the couch being an addition that would improve the decor greatly. That and maybe a few subtle details- such as adding a couple nautical tiles in the bathroom shower – would make for a sophisticated yet fun room. We stayed in a one bedroom DVC rental at Jambo House. I was amazed at how small things – like a tiny, carved lion cub on a piece of furniture, bedroom lamp with a large bird egg worked into the base, a couple of themed tiles in the shower – made the room so warm and interesting.

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I don’t understand this trend of installing “hardwood” floors in hotel rooms. I understand that they are easier to clean but don’t they alter the noise level? I think the room looks fine, although like you I think the “art” is too modern, but it could benefit from a runner between the beds and the dresser at the very least.

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Your comments about it being “dog friendly “, lol

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We’re booked to stay at YC in January. It was a fail safe in case our planned December trip fell through – which it did, halfway, but that’s a story for another time (one of us is going!) – and I got an awesome rate from Disney Visa offers. (Under $300 for a deluxe room? Why heck yeah!!) Since it just us two oldies (chronologically speaking, that is) a more sophisticated environment sounds lovely. We toured the lobbies last year during the holiday season, and I fell in love with the whole Boardwalk area. We were staying at the Swan then – again, we appreciate the “lack of theming” and a more grown up aesthetic. We stayed at CBR last September, and construction and hurricane and all aside, it was nice, very casual where you’d feel comfortable running to the Coke station in your sweat pants and bare feet, but not Motel 6 like. I’ve visited the values – sorry but not my cup of tea with the bright, garish color schemes, noisy, Disney-in-your-face-24/7, over excited kids running everywhere – and stay off the lawn too, ya darn kids!!

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I’m excited to see the new rooms in the spring. It is one of our favorite resorts, but we are just 2 adults. I love the proximity to the Boardwalk & Epcot, the smaller size, access to the nicer pool, and I love the full balcony. The balcony alone is a huge seller for me.

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I love these new higher beds! They had them at the Grand Californian when we stayed last month. It’s super practical to be able to slide your luggage under the bed to get it out of the way. It also really helps when you are cramming people into the room like sardines.

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I do really like the look of the new rooms, but I agree with you about the bed runner. The bed looks cold. Like I’m going to freeze all night. I thought the same thing about the new Pop rooms. Maybe I just need to pack a blanket.

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Just came back from Disney and stayed at All Star Movies. The remodeled room was absolutely nice and the bed was incredibly comfortable. Perfect place to stay if your going with some little ones.

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I really like the look of the new rooms. To be honest even though I’m an AP holder (from California that stays in the resorts when at WDW) and not a conventioneer I was not a fan of the previous rooms but now I’m anxious to stay at YC.

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With these new room refurbs, is Disney taking steps to lesson the impact of bed bugs? Things like mattress encasements, etc?

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I have wanted to stay at the Yacht Club for years – ever since I saw a Rick Steves piece on the resort. I was allured by the YC as it was then We finally stayed at the Yacht Club in April ’17 during the refurbishments. We ended up on the first floor in a not-yet-renovated room. Because of unrelated issues, we were moved to a new room on the 4th floor toward the end of our trip and were blown away! The rooms feel spacious and carry the yacht theme well with nautical tones and subtle touches. The common areas are both sophisticated and fun. I am not a conventioneer, but a Disney fan and a mother of two, and my family will stay at the Yacht Club again.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Review (Is it worth it?)

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is one of the most beautiful and convenient hotels in all of Walt Disney World. With its classy design, enormous pool, and prime location, it’s easy to see why the Yacht Club at Disney World is such a highly sought after place to stay.

My family and I have visited numerous hotels on Disney property, but the Yacht Club always keeps us coming back for more. We love the close proximity to Disney’s Boardwalk, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios.

The multiple transportation options are a huge plus, especially for those who don’t like to solely rely on Disney buses. And of course we have to mention the Yacht Club’s pool, Stormalong Bay. This elaborate resort swimming area is arguably the best pool at the Walt Disney World Resort!

If you’re still not quite sold on the Yacht Club at Disney World or if you would like more information, continue reading below. In this post, we will cover everything you need to know about this deluxe Disney resort , including the activities, restaurants, and rooms available at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.

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Yacht Club Restaurants

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is full of all different types of restaurants. Since this hotel shares dining options with its sister resorts, you’ll find even more places to eat within a short walk of your room.

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These are the Yacht Club restaurants you will find just a short stroll away:

  • Ale and Compass – sit-down restaurant in the Yacht Club that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (also available to-go)
  • The Market at Ale and Compass – quick service restaurant at Yacht Club with to-go items and menu options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Yachtsman Steakhouse – fine dining restaurant at the Yacht Club that is open for dinner
  • Crew’s Cup Lounge – bar at the Yacht Club that features a small dinner menu and full bar
  • Cape May Cafe – offers a character meal breakfast buffet and sit-down dinner with no characters
  • Beach Club Marketplace – features to-go items and menu options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Beaches and Cream – available for lunch and dinner with reservations highly recommended
  • Martha’s Vineyard – offers appetizers and full bar
  • Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill – pool restaurant with full bar and lunch/dinner options

Furthermore, the Yacht Club is located just a short walk away from Disney’s Boardwalk , where you’ll find additional restaurants and bars.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is home to the most popular pool on Disney property. It’s such a hit that you’ll find cast members handing out wristbands at the entrance so that only hotel guests can enter.

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The main pool, Stormalong Bay, features a large sand bottom swimming area that’s super shallow and great for toddlers and little kids. There’s also a lazy river that’s a fan favorite in my household.

Guests can also enjoy other large swimming areas at Stormalong Bay, including an activities section where you’ll find games like pool volleyball. Stormalong Bay offers a large waterslide as well as a smaller slide that empties into a shallow pool.

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In addition to Stormalong Bay, the Yacht Club in Disney World features a “quiet” pool that is seldom busy. This is a great spot to relax or swim laps.

Rooms 

My family and I love the nautical decor and ambience of the Yacht Club guest rooms. Additionally, we appreciate that the rooms offer full balconies. In our post on Disney’s Beach Club vs Yacht Club , you’ll read about why these balconies are a major pro for Yacht Club compared to its sister resort.

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Disney’s Yacht Club features standard rooms and club level rooms. If you book a room with Club Level benefits, you get access to the Regatta Club. Here, you’ll find food and beverages offered at certain times throughout the day.

2 Queen beds and day bed at Yacht Club

Guest rooms at the Yacht Club come with views of the lake, pool, garden, or hotel rooftop/parking lot. These rooms typically feature 1 king bed or 2 queens. Some of them also offer a daybed. This means that if you book a room with 2 queens plus a daybed, you can sleep a family of five!

Prices at Yacht Club

Since Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is classified as a deluxe hotel at Disney World, you’ll notice that the prices are higher than at some of the other hotels. This is because the Yacht Club offers deluxe room space, extra amenities, and a prime location.

We will explain all the significance of all of these perks in more detail below, but it’s important to note that Disney’s Yacht Club truly offers a deluxe experience. The updated guest rooms feature plenty of space, including private balconies. Plus, the hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of other Disney hotels, restaurants, theme parks, and more. 

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If you would really like to experience the location, amenities, and entertainment at the Yacht Club without the hefty price tag, we suggest booking a room at the sister hotel through David’s Vacation Club Rentals. You will be blown away by the cost savings on David’s DVC rental site! We usually save hundreds of dollars per night by using this method to book a room at a deluxe resort.

Just use the cost calculator to see exactly how much a room costs at Yacht Club’s sister resort, Disney’s Beach Club Villas. These villas are located just a short walk away from the Yacht Club hotel, and they both share restaurants, pools, and activities. While you can reserve one of the villas on the official Disney website, we prefer to book through David’s DVC rental website . We have used this reputable company for years to rent timeshare points at Disney villas.

Things to Do at Disney’s Yacht Club 

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort sits on the same property as two sister resorts: Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Villas. These three hotels share restaurants, activities, amenities, and entertainment options with each other.

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One of my family’s favorite things about the Yacht Club is that you don’t need to leave the property to have fun. So, if you’re looking for activities at Disney outside of the theme parks, the Yacht Club offers lots of great options. These are our favorite things to do at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort when enjoying a relaxing day at Disney:

See Epcot Fireworks

We recommend walking to the bridge that connects the Disney Boardwalk to the Yacht and Beach Club Resort to enjoy the nightly Epcot fireworks show. You can even grab some ice cream to enjoy during the presentation.

Take a Ride on the Skyliner

Since the Disney Skyliner sits just outside of Epcot’s International Gateway entrance, you can easily access it from the Yacht Club Resort. Just take the short (less than ten minutes) walk toward Epcot and hop on the Skyliner for free!

Book a fishing excursion on Crescent Lake for a truly unique experience while staying at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.

Eat Ice Cream

Disney’s Yacht Club is home to one of our favorite WDW restaurants, Beaches and Cream . While reservations can be difficult to snag at this popular dining spot, you can access the walk-up window to order shakes and ice cream to-go.

Dine with Characters

Check out Cape May Cafe during breakfast/brunch when it becomes Minnie’s Beach Bash. Guests can meet Goofy, Minnie, and Donald while they dine at the breakfast buffet.

Float along the Lazy River

The Beach Club’s main pool, Stormalong Bay, offers many fun features. One of our favorite things to do at the pool is to grab (free) tubes to float along the lazy river.

Play Games in the Arcade

Lafferty Place Arcade offers lots of fun games for kids and adults to enjoy. This is a particularly great place to spend time at Disney World when it’s raining.

Ride the Friendship Boats

The Disney water taxi picks up visitors near the Yacht Club. You can ride this free boat to the Disney Boardwalk, Swan and Dolphin Resorts, Epcot entrance, and Hollywood Studios entrance.

Build Sandcastles

Did you know that Stormalong Bay features a shallow, sand bottom pool and beach area? Kids love digging in the sand and splashing around in this section of the pool.

Make S’mores

Visit the nightly campfire to roast marshmallows during your visit. You can even purchase S’mores Kits for a few dollars.

Rent a Boat

Spend time on Crescent Lake on your own private pontoon boat. Guests can rent boats from the marina near the Yacht Club.

Disney’s Yacht Club offers a large fitness center for guests to use during their stay. Ship Shape Health Club is even open 24 hours a day, so you can squeeze in a workout at any time.

Stroll along the Disney Boardwalk

The Disney Boardwalk is full of amazing activities and entertainment options and is just a short walk away from the Yacht Club. 

Play Volleyball

As you walk along the boardwalk in front of the Beach Club, you’ll notice a sand volleyball court. This is a great spot to pick up a game with friends or family. You can also often join a game of volleyball at Stormalong Bay Pool.

Enjoy an Evening Movie

Each evening, Disney Yacht Club guests can watch a movie under the stars. These family friendly movies are a great way to unwind after a long day.

Play Mini Golf

Stroll over to Fantasia Gardens and Miniature Golf Course where you’ll find two 18-hole courses. This fun spot is located near the Dolphin and Swan Resorts.

Swim Some Laps

If you’re looking for a quieter poolside experience to swim laps or relax, check out the leisure pool at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. You’ll also have access to the quiet pools at Beach Club and Beach Club Villas.

If you’re not into running or jogging on vacation, you can spend time strolling along the jogging paths at the Yacht Club. You’ll find lots of great spots to take pictures and may even catch some surprises along the way.

Join a Kid Friendly Party at the Pool

Each afternoon, Stormalong Bay hosts fun poolside activities like hula hoop competitions and limbo. 

Play Tennis

Guests can find tennis courts near the Yacht Club’s quiet pool. 

Zoom Down Waterslides

Stormalong Bay features two separate water slides for guests to enjoy. The main waterslide stretches from the pirate ship and across the Beach Club boardwalk to the main pool.

You’ll also find a smaller slide that’s perfect for toddlers and small kids at the entrance to the main water slide.

Book a Fireworks Cruise

Take in the sights and sounds of the Epcot fireworks show from your pontoon boat on Crescent Lake.

Transportation

As mentioned above, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort sits in a prime location in the center of all the magic at WDW. If you’re planning to visit one of the theme parks, you’ll be happy to know that several of them are just a super short walk or ride away.

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These are our preferred ways to get from Disney’s Yacht Club to other places in Walt Disney World:

  • To Magic Kingdom – You can access the Disney buses in front of the hotel. The ride to Magic Kingdom should take 15-20 minutes. 
  • To Epcot – Exit the back of Yacht Club (toward Crescent Lake) and turn left. Epcot sits just under a ten minute walk away!
  • To Hollywood Studios – You have several options for getting to Hollywood Studios. We find the quickest option *usually* is walking. Hollywood Studios sits just a 15 minute walk away from the Yacht Club. You can also ride a Friendship Boat to Hollywood Studios. However, by the time you wait on the boat to make stops, this method can take longer than walking. You could also walk toward Epcot to catch the Disney Skyliner. With this method, you should be able to reach Hollywood Studios in around 25 minutes.
  • To Animal Kingdom – You can hop on one of the Disney buses to get to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. This is roughly a ten-minute ride.
  • To Disney’s Boardwalk – You can make the five-minute walk around Crescent Lake to easily reach the Disney Boardwalk. Guests can also take the Friendship Boat from the Yacht Club lighthouse and ride across the lake to the Boardwalk.
  • To Disney Springs – You can take a bus to Disney Springs, which typically takes 15-20 minutes.

Is Disney’s Yacht Club Worth It?

Since Disney’s Yacht Club may be my personal favorite resort in all of WDW , I would definitely say it’s worth the cost! I love the classy guest rooms and bathrooms with their nautical decor.

The lobby seems to be quieter and calmer than that at other resorts, and the cast members are super friendly and helpful. My family and I enjoy the food at all the restaurants on site, and we appreciate the ability to easily walk from the Yacht Club to the Beach Club’s dining options.

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The close proximity to Epcot makes the Yacht Club an ideal place to stay since there’s no rush to get to the park in the morning or back “home” at the end of a long day. Plus, you enter and exit through the International Gateway entrance to Epcot (near World Showcase), so the lines to enter are basically nonexistent.

Additionally, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is just a short walk, boat ride, or Skyliner ride away. And if you feel like venturing out, you can take the scenic stroll around Crescent Lake to the Disney Boardwalk.

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Overall, we highly recommend the beautiful Yacht Club Resort! For additional information on Disney resorts, join the conversation on our Facebook page: Mom’s Guide to Disney Resorts ! Do you have a review of Disney’s Yacht Club Resort? Comment below to share your thoughts with us!

Shari is an experienced planner and organizer for Disney vacations, cruising, and U.S. travel. Her family vacation information, reviews, and tips provide insight for moms and dads everywhere. You can read more about her story, including her journey through breast cancer, in the about me page.

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Listen, your 2025 trip to Disney World is coming up sooner than you think!

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As we said, 2025 is right around the corner which means you’ve really got no time to waste making all the preparations for which hotel you’re going to stay at, the food you’re going to eat , and what’s going to go in your suitcase ! But there’s one thing that might have missed your radar and that is closures at Disney World in 2025 . We’ve got your back — which is why we’ve brought you a handy dandy list of them so you don’t have to do all the work yourself (we’ve got you)! Let’s go!

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Let’s waste no time and dive right into the full list of important Disney World Closures in 2025 that you need to know about! Let’s go!

Bay Lake Tower

Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort will be undergoing room refurbishment work from September 2024 to September 2025 . You read that correctly — a whole year of construction work!

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The main thing to note is that you will be seeing and hearing construction work in Bay Lake Tower and you might have to take detours, so just stay vigilant.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort will also be undergoing room refurbishment work from January 2025 through May 2025 . It isn’t quite clear if the work will be a light refurb or a full-on reimagining of the rooms (we’ll keep you posted).

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Stormalong Bay and Shipwreck Pool (which are shared by Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts) will undergo routine maintenance from January 2025 to June 2025 . These pools are among the top favorites at the Disney World resorts.

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Stormalong Bay

The other pools at the hotel like the Tidal, Admiral, and Dunes Cove leisure pools will still be open , so you can still spend your time relaxing at the pool.

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Fantasia Pool

Staying on the topic of pools, the Fantasia Pool over at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort will also undergo routine maintenance from January 2025 to April 2025 .

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While the refurbishment is happening, the Donald Duck pool will still be open , so you can enjoy a pool during your stay.

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Perennial closures.

There are a couple of things that close annually in January for refurbishment like the Skyliner and the water rides at Disney World. Let’s start with the Skyliner .

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In 2024 , it closed from January 16th – 27th , which wasn’t too long. We might see a similar closure for it in 2025. We found out the official dates for the 2024 refurb back in October 2023 , so we’ll probably find out about the 2025 refurb in October 2024 . We’ll keep you posted!

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Next, let’s talk about the water rides that tend to close in January. Kali River Rapids in Disney’s Animal Kingdom  closed for its refurb from January 8th to March 15th, 2024 . We can expect to see a similar closure in 2025 . We’ll keep you updated on the official dates when Disney releases them!

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Kali River Rapids

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure in Magic Kingdom could potentially see a closure in January when the temperature gets quite low, but we don’t have an official word, so we’ll have to wait for Disney to share more!

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If you didn’t already know, Test Track closed for a HUGE makeover back on June 17th .

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Disney stated that this new version of Test Track takes its inspiration from an OG ride — World of Motion. We don’t have many details about the project like a reopening date, so it’s possible given the size and scope of the project that it could potentially still be closed at the beginning of 2025 . We’ll keep our eyes out for all the latest news about it and let you know ASAP.

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W alt Disney World Resort isn't just one of the most popular family vacation spots in the U.S. , it's one of the most popular family vacation ideas in the world, period. And with four Orlando theme parks to visit, two Disney water parks and shopping and dining options galore, the last thing a large family wants is to be cramped in a tiny hotel room. Luckily, Disney knows its stuff when it comes to hotels (and families), so many of the best hotels near Disney World were designed with large families or groups in mind. 

Typically, the Disney hotels that accommodate large families have two standard beds and a smaller pull-down daybed, the latter of which is great for kids (or adults like me, since I've been known to sleep in the pull-down daybed if needed). Don’t worry about storage, either, because the beds at most Disney World hotels are raised so you can store your luggage underneath. The bathrooms generally have plenty of cubbies and shelves for storage as well.

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No matter your budget, desired theming, or proximity to the theme parks, there’s a Disney hotel room that sleeps five or more comfortably with your name on it. Here are my picks for the best Walt Disney World hotels for large families.

Best Disney World Value Resorts for Families of 5+

There are only two value resorts that sleep five or more at Disney World, and they both offer family suites that can sleep up to six adults.

1. Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

If you're traveling with small kids who have just gotten into the Disney animated movies, consider one of the family suites at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort . You can choose from three themes: "Cars," "Finding Nemo" and "The Lion King." I personally love the rooms themed to "The Lion King" because it was one of my favorite childhood movies.

All of the themed family suites at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort have the same amenities, so it’s really just a matter of which theme you want to be immersed in. Each room has one Murphy bed that doubles as a table, one sofa bed, one queen bed, two bathrooms, and a small kitchenette. The kitchenette is a great spot to make easy breakfasts like cereal with milk, or store snacks that you can come back to your room and eat after a day in the parks. 

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2. Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

At Disney’s All-Star Music Resort , the family suites are themed to Mickey and his pals playing different genres of music. Around the room, you’ll find touches of that theming, but it’s not overwhelming, which I think is nice because I've probably gotten my fill of Mickey Mouse at the theme parks.

In the first room of the suites, there are two Murphy beds, which also double as a couch and table when they're put up into the wall. There’s also a small kitchenette with a full-sized refrigerator and microwave. I like bringing snacks like popcorn, toaster pastries or pizza pockets to heat up for a quick bite before heading back out to the parks in the evening. Each family suite at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort also has two separate bathrooms, which is nice for larger groups and multigenerational Disney family vacations where multiple people are trying to get ready at one time. 

Best Disney World Moderate Resorts for Families of 5+

Three of the moderate resorts at Disney World offer ample space for a large family without having to reserve a club-level room or a suite. 

1. The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

One of my favorite hotel options at Walt Disney World is The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort . Each of the cabins sleeps up to six adults, with a queen bed, sleeper sofa and a set of bunk beds. Though there’s only one bathroom in the cabin, the trade-off is a full kitchen and an outdoor grill where you can make all of your meals if you wish. 

Each of The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness has a large front porch with a picnic table. This is a great option for families who don’t want to be in the parks all day every day while on vacation.

On a recent stay at the Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, my family spent three days making our own meals, enjoying nature, and having so much fun around the campgrounds that we never actually left the resort to go to a park – and we still didn't get to do everything that Fort Wilderness has to offer! One of the best things to do here is Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue, a dinner show with all-you-can-eat fried chicken and all of the Southern fixin's.

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2. Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort has become a hot spot for guests thanks in part to its direct access to the Disney Skyliner . This is the resort where all of the lines on the Disney Skyliner converge, and staying here gives you access to the main terminal, so it's easy to get to either EPCOT or Disney's Hollywood Studios (home of the Star Wars land , Galaxy's Edge). 

Rooms at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort are cute and decorated with a fun Caribbean vacation theme. Guests needing the fifth sleeper will want to look for that indication on the standard, preferred or water-view rooms. The rooms have two queen beds and a small pull-down bed with a mural of Mickey and Pluto sleeping on a beach. 

I like staying here not just for the Skyliner access but because after a hectic but fun day in the parks, the calming colors of the room help settle everyone down before bedtime. 

3. Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside

At Disney’s Port Orleans Resort - Riverside , fifth sleepers can be reserved with a standard view or woods view. The spacious rooms have laminate flooring and a slight theme to "The Princess and the Frog." This is most evident when you pull the bed under the TV down and reveal a picture of Louis, Ray and the frog versions of Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen sleeping on the bayou. Kids will love sleeping on the pull-down bed because of how cute the bayou scene is. 

The bathrooms in these rooms at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort - Riverside are large and come with a double vanity, plus a fun nod to Ray and Evangeline from the film. This is my favorite Disney resort hotel for bigger families, and I highly recommend these rooms if you plan on spending time at Disney Springs, because there's direct access to the entertainment venue via complimentary boat rides. 

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Best Disney World Deluxe Resorts for Families of 5+

Disney's deluxe resorts are generally the ones closest to the theme parks. Rooms at the deluxe resorts are typically the most expensive at Walt Disney World. There are six Disney hotels suitable for large families in this class.

1. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

One of the marquee resorts at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is absolutely enormous − as are its guest rooms. The rooms have a fun "Mary Poppins Returns" theme, where kids will love spotting Mary, Bert and the cute penguins from the movies throughout the room. 

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What I love most about these rooms is the ample amount of storage from a wall that's entirely covered by closets so everyone can unpack and not have to live out of their suitcase. No matter which building your guest room is in, the views are probably great with Seven Seas Lagoon , the Monorail or Magic Kingdom all in view. 

2. Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Disney’s Contemporary Resort is made up of multiple buildings, though most people think of the iconic main building that the monorail travels through every few minutes. Those traveling with kids will want to book one of the main building rooms that were recently refurbished to reflect "The Incredibles." These rooms for large families have two queen beds and one day bed, comfortably sleeping five guests. 

If you’re looking for a more adult atmosphere at your Disney hotel, consider booking one of the garden wings at Disney’s Contemporary Resort; these are adjacent to the main tower and have a fabulous view of Bay Lake . These rooms also have the new "Incredibles" theming but are a bit quieter since the monorail doesn't travel through. 

3. Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

If you have a large family and want to be within walking distance of EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, consider staying at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort . The nautical-themed hotel features rooms with standard, woods, or water views that can sleep up to five on two queen beds and a day bed. And if you can swing it, splurge for the water view rooms to enjoy the sunrise over the water and see the nightly EPCOT fireworks from the room’s balcony. 

Disney's Yacht Club also shares one of Disney's most popular pools with its sister resort, Disney's Beach Club. Be sure to spend some time at the pool that features a sand bottom, a massive water slide, and a small lazy river.

4. Disney's Beach Club Resort

Located right next to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a playful seaside escape reminiscent of a New England beach town . Many of the rooms at Disney’s Beach Club Resort sleep five (or even six adults if you book a deluxe room). And its epic pool, Stormalong Bay , is a big hit with families. 

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Like Disney’s Beach Club Resort, this Disney hotel is within walking distance of both EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as well as Disney’s BoardWalk , where guests tend to linger for shopping and dining after the theme parks close. I like staying here on weekends when I'm going to be enjoying one of EPCOT's many festivals because I can use the back entrance to the park known as the International Gateway. 

5. Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

Of the Crescent Lake resorts at Walt Disney World, Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is a favorite among families large and small. Not only is this the home of the iconic JellyRolls dueling piano bar , but it’s just a short walk to EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. 

The adorable resort has large rooms that feature two queen beds and one day bed for those needing a fifth sleeper. When the day bed is laid out, it does make the room feel a little small, but it's manageable for families of five once the bed is converted back into its couch form after everyone gets up for the day. 

6. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is iconic for its famed dining locations, spectacular views of Magic Kingdom, and, of course, its newly refurbished guest rooms that are now themed to "Moana." Those guest rooms are adorable with plenty of island colors, a big mural on one wall that’s in the style of Maui’s tattoos, and artwork featuring Moana, Pua, and Hei Hei. Each guest room at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has two queen beds and one day bed, and plenty of storage for luggage. 

One of my favorite things to do at Disney's Polynesian Village is book a theme park view room and watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks show from my balcony. If I really want to treat myself, I'll also get a Dole Whip from Pineapple Lanai to enjoy while watching Happily Ever After, the fireworks spectacular.

Walt Disney World Villas for Large Families

For those traveling with groups larger than five, consider booking one of the Disney Vacation Club (DVC) villas . The villas range in size from Deluxe Studios that can sleep five to three-bedroom Grand Villas that can sleep up to 12 people. 

Villas can be booked through Disney , though the rooms are quite expensive. One way to cut down on the cost of a villa is to look at booking through a DVC rental site such as DVC Rental Store or David's Vacation Club Rentals , among many others. On a recent visit to Disney's Wilderness Lodge, where I stayed in the Copper Creek Villas, I was able to get a one-bedroom villa for $300 through a DVC rental versus almost $700 to book the room through Disney.

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Villas are generally made available to book through a DVC rental site when someone with DVC points has accrued too many and is looking to sell some before the points expire or when a DVC member has booked a vacation that they can no longer take. It's often a few hundred dollars cheaper to rent a villa through a DVC rental site than booking a villa directly with Disney. Just be sure to look for verified resellers before booking. 

If you're looking to book a Disney Vacation Club villa for your large family or group, you can choose villas from one of the 12 DVC hotels, including the popular Disney’s Riviera Resort , Disney’s Old Key West Resort , and Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort . DVC villas book up fast, so once you know your dates and where you want to stay, be ready to act quickly if you find a deal.

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Disney World Shares New Holiday Room Offers for 2024

by Morgan Flaherty | Jun 27, 2024 | Walt Disney World Resorts , WDW Blog

Holidays at Walt Disney World

Want to save on a holiday stay at Disney World? These new Disney World holiday offers are now available for booking a stay.

We’re halfway to the holidays, and already Disney World is getting prepped for the most magical time of the year! Along with announcements of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Disney Jollywood Nights returning, Disney has released a variety of new room offers for those hoping to spend the holidays in Disney World.

Disney World Holiday Offers for All Guests

There’s a special vacation package deal that will get you a free Park Hopper add-on! Save up to 30% on rooms for stays most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024, or up to 20% when you book stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024. Plus, when you upgrade to a room-and-ticket package with non-discounted 4-day (or longer) date-based tickets, you can get free Park Hopper Benefits.

The offer is valid for the Resorts listed below:

 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024.  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 8, 2024. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Disney’s Beach Club Villas
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – King Bed Rooms
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
Disney’s Riviera Resort
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024.  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 8, 2024. Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024.  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 8, 2024. Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024.  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 8, 2024. Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Disney World Holiday Offers for Annual Passholders

Disney World Annual Passholders can save up to 40% off rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024 when they book by August 28, 2024. Or, they can save up to 35% on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. The offer is valid at these Disney Resort hotels:

 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024—when you  .  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Disney’s Beach Club Villas
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – King Bed Rooms
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
Disney’s Riviera Resort
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024—when you  .  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024—when you  .  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
 on rooms for stays most nights from December 9 to December 25, 2024—when you  .  on rooms for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Disney World Holiday Offers for Florida Residents

Florida residents can save up to 30% off rooms at select Disney Resort hotels. The offer is valid most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024, or most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024. It’s valid on the following hotels:

for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024 Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Disney’s Beach Club Villas
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – King Bed Rooms
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
Disney’s Riviera Resort
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024 Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024 Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
for stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024 Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

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Disney World Significantly Lowers Prices, Offers Deep Discounts Across Florida Resort

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Disney has announced a brand-new way to save money, offering guests up to 40% off on their Disney World vacations.

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The Walt Disney World Resort is an absolute powerhouse when it comes to rides, attractions, and themed entertainment. From Magic Kingdom to EPCOT, there’s no shortage of incredible experiences. However, a trip to Disney World can be pretty expensive, with the resort now offering guests a new way to save big during their upcoming vacations.

Guests booking hotel rooms between December 9 and December 25, 2024, can save up to 40% on hotel rooms. Guests staying later in the year can save up to 35% on rooms for stays Sunday through Thursday nights between October 6 and November 21, 2024.

These savings are only offered to Walt Disney World Annual Passholders and depend on which hotel guests choose.

Disney World Announces Brand-New Discounts

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The following hotels are eligible for the 40% discount.

  • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
  • Disney’s Beach Club Resort
  • Disney’s Beach Club Villas
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
  • Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
  • Disney’s Old Key West Resort
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort — King Bed Rooms
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside
  • Disney’s Riviera Resort
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
  • Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Guests can save up to 35% on the following hotels.

  • Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
  • Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
  • Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge — Kidani Village
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter

As stated earlier, guests must have a valid Annual Passholder membership to take advantage of this deal. These discounts are available for stays between one and 14 nights, and the number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited.

This offer cannot be combined with any other discount or special promotion and excludes certain room types, such as 3-bedroom villas, deluxe suites, bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village, and cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.

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This new offer is one of the many ways Walt Disney World allows guests to save money on their upcoming vacations. In 2025, the Florida Resort will introduce an exceptional offer for water park fans to enjoy.

As part of a wide range of other discounts, Disney announced that guests staying at certain Walt Disney World hotels in 2025 could enjoy complimentary access to Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks .

Restrictions on this offer apply, of course, but this, along with Disney World’s new hotel offer, is one of the best new deals guests can take advantage of.

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Disney World has a NEW deal for Florida residents.  

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Disney World just released a slew of hotel discounts for the fall and winter of 2024. These include general discounts, Annual Passholder discounts , and our focus today: Hotel discounts EXCLUSIVELY for Florida residents.  

If you’re a Florida resident, definitely don’t sleep on this new offering. Disney’s latest hotel deal allows you to save between 10% and 30% at Disney World Hotels (based on the non-discounted price a non-Florida resident would pay for the same room) this coming fall. Specifically, these offers are good for  “most” Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6th through November 21st, and “most” overall nights from November 24th through December 25th. Meaning that these deals are taking place right in the middle of both the Halloween and Christmas seasons at Disney World.

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So if you’re craving a staycation built around an evening at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party , now’s your chance to book one with some huge savings.  

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Disney World’s hotels are broken down into tiers for these discounts. Florida residents booking the above periods can save up to:

  • 10% at Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.
  • 20% at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, and Disney’s Pop Century Resort.
  • 25% at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, and Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter.
  • 30% at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Villas, Disney’s Boardwalk Inn, Disney’s Boardwalk Villas, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – King Bed Rooms, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Old Key West Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort –   Riverside, Disney’s Riviera Resort, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridan Resort & Spa.

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While the perks of staying at a Disney World hotel have diminished in recent years, Disney’s latest adjustment to the Lightning Lane System — introducing the Lightning Lane Multi Pass and Lightning Lane Single Pass — presents hotel guests with arguably the biggest perk they’ve ever experienced in an extra four days to begin purchasing and booking Lightning Lane experiences. The new system goes live on July 24th, so it will be operational in October/November/December if you take advantage of Disney’s latest offering.  

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As one would expect, there are some caveats to this offer. According to Disney, the number of rooms allocated is limited, and length of stay requirements may apply. The offer also excludes certain room types including 3-bedroom Villas; Deluxe Suites; Cabins at Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge; and Bungalows and Island Tower Rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.

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If you’re looking for a travel agent to help with your vacation, we recommend our friends at Mouse Fan Travel . They’re experts in the field with over 20 years of vacation planning experience, and they can help take a bunch of the stress out of the entire booking process for you!

Not a Florida Resident?  Don’t worry — Disney also dropped a general hotel deal and an Annual Passholder discount .

Disney World’s latest exclusive discount for Florida residents is offering massive savings on hotel rooms during one of the resort’s busiest times of year. Stay tuned to AllEars for further Disney deal coverage.    

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Florida Residents: Save Up to 30% on Rooms at Select Disney Resort Hotels This Fall and Holiday Season

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Stay in the magic this fall and holiday season! Florida residents can save up to 30% on rooms at select Disney Resort hotels.

  • Most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, 2024
  • Most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024

When you stay at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, you can enjoy the same legendary detail, storytelling and service found in the theme parks—along with an array of benefits.

This offer is valid for the Disney Resort hotels listed below. View the chart to explore savings.

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Save Up to 30%
For stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Disney’s Beach Club Villas
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – King Bed Rooms
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
Disney's Riviera Resort
Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney's Yacht Club Resort
The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
For stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
For stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
For stays most Sunday to Thursday nights from October 6 to November 21, and most nights from November 24 to December 25, 2024Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

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With Disney Resorts Collection, you can experience the same legendary detail, service and storytelling found in the theme parks. And you’ll discover enchantment around every corner.

Explore some highlights of staying at a Disney Resort hotel:

Early Theme Park Entry When you stay at a Disney Resort hotel, you can get 30 minutes early entry to any theme park on each day of your stay (subject to capacity)—so you can enjoy select attractions, shops and dining before regular park opening.

For early theme park entry, you’ll need a MagicBand, Disney MagicMobile service or a Key to the World Card, as well as valid admission. Theme park reservations may be required based on admission type. Learn more about theme park reservations .

Extended Evening Theme Park Hours When you stay at a Disney Deluxe Resort or Disney Deluxe Villa Resort, you’ll enjoy extended evening hours on select nights in select theme parks.

For extended evening hours, you’ll need a MagicBand, Disney MagicMobile service or a Key to the World Card, as well as valid admission. Theme park reservations may be required based on admission type. Learn more about theme park reservations .

Get Around with Ease Complimentary transportation options make it easy—and fun—to get around Walt Disney World Resort. Zip about on the world-famous monorail, glide across the sky on Disney Skyliner and cruise along serene waterways aboard a water taxi. Some Disney Resort hotels are even within walking distance of select theme parks.

Magic Around Every Corner Be immersed in fantastical worlds both real and imagined—including some favorite Disney and Pixar tales. Whether you’re taking in views of an African savanna, splashing into a whimsically themed pool or savoring the flavors of the Polynesian Isles, you’ll find fun and surprising Disney touches in every detail.

The fun is seemingly endless at a Disney Resort hotel, where you can enjoy themed pools with waterslides, poolside activities and delicious dining experiences. You may even spot some familiar Disney friends!

Activities and amenities vary by Disney Resort hotel.

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Each Disney Resort hotel is uniquely transformed with festive touches. Highlights include:

  • Grand Christmas trees —inspired by some favorite Disney stories and locations—adorned with shimmering ornaments and twinkling lights
  • Cheerful decorations and accents to spruce up the scene

Plus, be on the lookout for holiday treats during your stay—available at select dining locations and shops for a limited time.

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When you add valid theme park admission, you can discover new experiences and classic favorites at Walt Disney World Resort. Read More

When you add valid theme park admission, you can discover new experiences and classic favorites at Walt Disney World Resort.

Theme Park Reservations To enter a theme park, a theme park reservation may be required based on admission type. Learn more about theme park reservations .

View the park reservation availability calendar .

  • Embark on a culinary adventure around the world at EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival —from August 29 to November 23, 2024.
  • Feel oh-so-jolly when you observe global holiday traditions shared by storytellers from around the world at EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays in late November and December.
  • Stroll along a lush trail where you can explore the wonders of water and discover its playful personality at Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana .
  • Bring the whole family to zip, dash and scurry through Gusteau’s kitchen as you take in the sights, sounds and even smells from Remy’s world on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
  • Board an ancient Norwegian vessel and be whisked away to the kingdom of Arendelle during Frozen Ever After .
  • Meet Mickey Mouse and friends at CommuniCore Hall, a delightful new location at EPCOT.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

  • Enjoy spirited holiday entertainment! Meet Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse dressed in holiday attire at Adventurers Outpost. Plus, check out the Merry Menagerie on Discovery Island, featuring artisan-sculpted puppets of reindeer, foxes, polar bears and other arctic animals—November 12 through late December.
  • Celebrate the magic of nature at Pandora – The World of Avatar . Here, you can fly on the back of a banshee on Avatar Flight of Passage , hike amid floating mountains in the Valley of Mo’ara and take a mystical boat ride into a bioluminescent rainforest on the Na’vi River Journey .
  • Set off in an open-air vehicle across a lush African savanna teeming with exotic animals on Kilimanjaro Safaris .
  • Witness Finding Nemo : The Big Blue… and Beyond! —a vibrant stage show set in the underwater world of Finding Nemo .
  • Behold Festival of the Lion King —a larger-than-life show filled with pageantry, puppetry and classic songs from The Lion King .
  • Speed through the Himalayas on a runaway train while avoiding the clutches of the Yeti on Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain.

Magic Kingdom Park

  • Get wrapped up in all things merry and bright, with holiday decorations and cheerful touches around the park from November 12 through late December. You won’t want to miss Frozen Holiday Surprise , a dazzling experience that will illuminate Cinderella Castle—featuring appearances from Elsa, Anna and other Frozen friends.
  • NEW! Drop on in to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure —a new attraction where bayou thrills meet Disney magic! Join Princess Tiana and jazz-loving alligator Louis as they traverse winding waterways in search of musical critters for a grand celebration during Mardi Gras season.
  • Leave the real world behind for a high-stakes race across the Grid—the dark, computerized world from TRON —on TRON Lightcycle / Run presented by Enterprise.
  • Feast your eyes on a Happily Ever After , a nighttime fireworks spectacular featuring lights, lasers and special effects.
  • Explore iconic attractions and experiences in 6 incredible lands—including Seven Dwarfs Mine Train , a swaying family coaster ride that will have you racing through a diamond mine.
  • Be dazzled by music, dancing and vivid pageantry during the Festival of Fantasy Parade —a grand tribute to the tales and inhabitants of Fantasyland.
  • Take off on an exhilarating coaster ride on Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad .
  • Rediscover beloved classic Disney attractions such as Jungle Cruise and Haunted Mansion .

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

  • Gaze in wonder as the Hollywood Tower Hotel is transformed with captivating holiday projections during Sunset Seasons Greetings —from November 12 through late December.
  • Live your adventure in a galaxy far, far away at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge ! Experience 2 thrilling attractions, build your own droid or lightsaber, savor Batuu’s tasty food and beverages, shop for themed merchandise and more!
  • Discover big fun for kids and grown-ups alike at Toy Story Land . Take a wild ride on Slinky Dog Dash and go for a whirl on Alien Swirling Saucers .
  • Witness the power of Mickey’s imagination at Fantasmic! This nighttime show is filled with exciting stunts, dazzling pyrotechnics, favorite Characters and moving music.
  • Hurtle up and down on a haunted elevator ride at The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™.
  • Hear from Royal Historians of Arendelle and sing along to popular Frozen tunes during For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration . And starting November 12, 2024, enjoy a festive finale featuring Olaf the snowman.
  • Watch in awe as a stunt team recreates thrilling movie moments during Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular .

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Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

The most magical holiday tradition returns to Magic Kingdom park on select nights from November 8 to December 20, 2024. Read More

The most magical holiday tradition returns to Magic Kingdom park on select nights from November 8 to December 20, 2024.

Holiday wishes come true when you celebrate the season with Mickey Mouse and pals at this separate-ticket event. With a ticket to this event, you can:

  • Behold fantastically festive entertainment, like Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks show !
  • Gather to watch Disney Characters give a yuletide nod to the season during Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade
  • Get the perfect picture with Disney pals dressed in their Christmas best
  • Savor sweet moments as you enjoy cookies and cocoa —available in select locations at no additional charge
  • Walk in a winter wonderland as you witness a stunning “snowfall” on Main Street, U.S.A!
  • Take in the cheerful decorations that bring the spirit of the season to life
  • Enjoy iconic Magic Kingdom attractions —including some with a holiday twist

Early Purchase Opportunity for Disney Resort Hotel Guests

Special event tickets can be purchased starting July 10, 2024—and Guests of Disney Resort hotels and other select hotels can purchase tickets early, beginning on July 2, 2024.

Tickets are limited and may not be available for purchase on the day of the event (or earlier).

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Learn more about Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party —including how to purchase tickets to this event.

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When booking this room offer, you can add theme park tickets—and even a dining plan—to create a package.

How to Book a Package After selecting your room, simply add on theme park tickets to create your room-and-ticket package.

Once you’ve selected your theme park tickets, you’ll have the option to add a dining plan to your package. With a dining plan, you can enjoy the convenience and flexibility of prepaid meals and snacks during your Walt Disney World vacation.

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For admission types requiring theme park reservations, be sure to check reservation availability prior to purchase. Availability of theme park reservations is limited, not guaranteed and subject to change.

To book by phone, call (407) 939-5277† and speak with a vacation-planning expert. Or, contact your travel agent.

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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