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  • On Oct 10, 2013
    Deborah from NY Asked

    We have been to WDW MANY times! The past 4 we have stayed at BC CL because we love the location and pool. We (DH, DD7, DD12) were thinking to change it up this year. We were considering WL, BW or BC all club level. My DD will not share a bed. Any thoughts?

    Hi Deborah! I can completely understand how you can get spoiled by staying at the Beach Club. My family loves the Beach and Yacht resorts when we visit.

    If you are looking to change for your next visit my suggestion would be to try the Boardwalk resort. It is in the same great location where you can walk to both Epcot and Hollywood Studios. The Club Level has always been a bit more intimate and quiet in this resort and the general atmosphere is a bit less frenetic. The Beach Club lobby is always bust due to the Cape May character breakfast as well as their great buffet at night.

    Another option would be to try the Yacht Club resort which will again be a bit less busy but offers all the great amenities as the Beach Club. This resort can tend to have more business groups but it is why we like it as it is always quieter and not as busy on the club level.

    Wilderness Lodge is a wonderful resort but you do give up the easy access to parks as this one is not even on the monorail loop.  The Club Level in my opinion lacks some of the atmosphere that some of the other resorts offer but the foods will be about the same in all resorts with the exception of Animal Kingdom where you also get some true African cuisine options.

    Since you will need three bed types check out the options for all resorts. Consider a small suite as an option as well. Wherever you choose I am sure you will have another great Disney vacation!
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