Located on Barefoot Bay, Caribbean Beach Resort is a hotel in Florida but with the feel of the tropical Caribbean Islands.
General Tips/ Info
- CBR is a Moderate Resort.
- It is also classified as an Epcot Resort.
- The resort is separated into six “villages”: Trinidad North, Trinidad South, Aruba, Jamaica, Martinique, and Barbados.
- Each village has its own pool, in addition to a central Spanish fortress themed pool with a slide, wading pool, and whirlpool.
- In the center of the entire hotel is Caribbean Cay, an area for relaxing, walking, and picnicking.
- Beach areas surround all the villages, and are accessible for guest use, but not for swimming.
- Services include housekeeping, volleyball courts, boat rentals, bike rentals, babysitting, laundry, arcades, jogging, playgrounds and valet.
- Basic shopping for sundries and souvenirs is available.
- Dining options include Shutter’s (FS), Old Port Royale Food Court, Montego’s Deli, Grab N Go Market, and Banana Cabana (pool bar).
- Bus transportation to all Disney parks and Downtown Disney is provided.
- In Shutter’s, look for a painting of open shutters, and search for Mickey in the clouds.
- Behind Old Port Royale, look a Mickey on the lighthouse.
- On the little pirate ship slide, look for Mickey in the wheel.
- Walk from Trinidad North to Old Port Royal and try to spot a Mickey imprinted in the pavement, near where there is an intersection of sidewalks.
- Look for Mickeys around your hotel room. He could be anywhere!
- Caribbean Beach is the largest of all the Disney resorts with about two thousand rooms, so be prepared to walk.
- There have been recent renovations to some rooms to make them Finding Nemo and Pirate themed.
- Look around the resort, you’ll probably spot some exotic birds.
- The lake that the resort is surrounded by is 42 acres large.
- There are 33 guest buildings in all.
- Port Royal is the setting for the attraction and movie Pirates of the Caribbean.