The rooms at the Disney World Yacht Club have a nautical theme befitting the sophistication of early 1900's Martha’s Vineyard. The atmosphere is slightly more formal than the relaxed Beach Club next door. With 630 rooms with an average of 380 square feet of space, the Yacht Club is slightly larger than the sister Beach Club.
Hotel rooms with white furniture are decorated in whites, reds and blues with brass fixtures and a ship’s wheel on the headboard. Each room has a king or two queen beds and sleeps up to four people plus an infant in a crib. Rooms have a table with three chairs and an armoire. Some rooms also have a day bed and or Murphy bed that folds up in the wall, creating sleeping accommodations for up to five people. Double sinks are in a vanity area separate from the bathroom. Rooms have attractive French doors that open up onto the balconies or patios that have a balcony and two chairs.
There are a few handicapped equipped rooms at the resort.
Each room has a:
The Disney World Yacht Club also has suites and a concierge level on the fifth floor. Concierge level rooms have turn down service nightly, TV speakers in the bathroom, robes, hairdryer, and concierge service. The concierge rooms feature a spread of food throughout the day, including continental breakfast, snacks, drinks and wine and cheese service in the evening.
Room views are standard, pool/water or garden view. Club level rooms offer
standard, garden or lagoon views. Note that some water view rooms do not offer a nice straight view of the lake. Upper floor rooms have better views, especially of the Epcot fireworks. Rooms facing the Stormalong Bay swimming area can be noisy.
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