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  • Hi, I am staying at the Disneys Carribean beach hotel in May, I have heard its better to stay in certain parts as they are nearer to reception/bus stops/restaurants can you please recommend Many thanks x
  • - Asked by Emma from United Kingdom on 1/26/2014
  • Hi Emma!

        I just had a five night stay at the Caribbean Beach Resort at the beginning of January 2014 and I loved it!  The Caribbean Beach Resort is a large resort, but there are areas and buildings that are closer to Old Port Royale Centertown which houses dining, recreation, shopping, and a bus stop.  The Martinique section (specifically buildings 24, 25, and 26) and Trinidad North section (specifically buildings 31, 32, and 33) are the closest to Old Port Royale Centertown.  Also the Jamaica section (specifically buildings 45 and 51) is just across Barefoot Bay (there is a walking bridge across the water to Old Port Royale Centertown).  When you check in online you can request specific buildings or you can ask to be near transportation stops. I am excited for you because you are going to have a wonderful time staying at the Caribbean Beach Resort in May!

    I hope that your May Walt Disney World vacation is truly magical in every way!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
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