• On Oct 12, 2018
    Jessica from MN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    How far are the pirate rooms at the Caribbean beach resort from the main lobby. I’m looking into those rooms or the little mermaid rooms at another hotel.

    Hi Jessica!

    Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is one of our favorite places to stay when we visit the Walt Disney World Resort!  The theming is beautiful, the location is incredible, and now there are even new dining options to experience!

    The Pirate Rooms at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort are so amazingly themed and will make you feel like Captain Jack Sparrow could stumble into your room at any minute!  Swashbucklers and landlubbers alike will absolutely love these rooms!  The Pirate Rooms are located in the Trinidad area of the resort, which includes buildings 34 through 39.  This area is about a five to ten minute walk from Old Port Royale, so although these buildings are located a bit farther away, the walk is lovely and not too long!

    Although The Little Mermaid Standard Rooms at Disney's Art of Animation Resort are also lovely, and the dining and amenities throughout each Walt Disney World Resort Hotel are incredible, since both locations are a bit father away from their respective main lobby areas, I would personally go with the Pirate Rooms for the fantastically unique theming!

    Have a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow!
    -Lindsey N. 
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hi y’all!  I am an Army wife, a college instructor, a dog-mom, and a lover of all things Disney!  Planning a Disney vacation is my favorite pastime—other than actually going on a Disney vacation, of course—and I love helping others make the most of their magical trip!  If I am not at the Walt Disney World Resort, I am putting the pixie-dusted touches on my next trip!  

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