Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort offers guests an exquisite seaside-themed experience that captures the essence of a New England yacht club, combined with the magic and wonder of Disney. Situated on the shores of Crescent Lake, this luxurious resort is a gateway to both excitement and tranquility, providing an ideal backdrop for vacationers seeking the perfect blend of adventure and serenity.

With its sophisticated nautical decor, world-class amenities, and exceptional dining options, the Yacht Club Resort stands as a testament to Disney’s commitment to delivering unforgettable stays. Whether you’re lounging by the lighthouse-themed pool or exploring the nearby Epcot and Hollywood Studios, your journey at the Yacht Club Resort is sure to be nothing short of spectacular.

Yacht Club at Disney World

Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort

The Yacht Club at Disney World is in a prime location along the Boardwalk and just a short walk from Epcot. Here you will find rooms that can accommodate families of five and a 3 acre water park. After staying in so many different Disney hotels I can tell you that so far this is my favorite Disney Hotel! Four years later this is still my favorite regular hotel on Disney property. My favorite non-regular hotel on Disney property is Saratoga Springs

We loved staying here for multiple reasons, but the number one had to be the killer location. The Boardwalk is an awesome place to hang out and it's even more fun to stay right there.Yacht Club Resort at Disney World

From the Boardwalk you can walk into the back entrance of Epcot, which is incredibly convenient. You can also ride a boat over to Disney Studios from here.

I think from now on we will always stay in one of the hotels along the Boardwalk. Our room was nice and we had plenty of room. There was nothing particularly striking about the room we stayed in.

The best part of staying at a Disney Resort is the extra magic hours at the theme parks. It's nice to only be in the parks with other Disney hotel guests. The lines are much shorter and for the most part there are no lines.

Yacht Club Resort – Storm Along Bay PhotosYacht Club Resort – Storm Along Bay Photos

The second best part of staying at this particular resort is the pool. There’s multiple pools, a lazy river, a large body slide coming off of a pirate ship, a beach, and more. You could just stay at this hotel and skip doing the theme parks if you wanted to. The pool will keep your kids busy all day, especially with all the activities cast members lead throughout the day out next to the pool.

There are only a few babysitting/kid’s clubs available around Disney World and one of them is here. The Sandcastle Club is from kids 3 to 12 years old and for a fee they can come in and  make crafts, play games, have dinner and snacks, watch Disney movies and make new friends while parents go do something else.

 
 
 
At night each night there is a Disney movie outside under the stars somewhere on the property, including down at the beach.
 
Also at night, there is a campfire every other day for families to enjoy.Yacht Club Resort Swimming Pool

Yacht Club Resort Room Photos

We had a regular room with two beds. Our room was nice, but I would rather have had a room with the couch. Since we did not get a room with a couch the resort provided a rollout bed. 

We almost had a view. I did not even think about asking for a room with a view. Next time I’ll ask. I’m positive that many of these rooms have amazing views of the Boardwalk and lake.

Yacht Club at Disney World
Other benefits of staying on Disney property:
  • Free self-parking
  • Free Disney World transportation on boats, ferries, buses, and monorail.
  • Free wifi
  • Free airport transportation with the Disney Magical Express

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