Bay-Lake Tower
  • On Jan 23, 2022
    Kerry from SC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My hubby & I are checking into Bay Lake Tower 1 bed villa in Feb. Is there a k-cup or regular pot coffee maker? Also, we can our cast member son come up to our room to watch the fireworks one night? Is that allowed? How do we arrange that?

    Hey there, Kerry! Welcome to planDisney! I'm so excited that you've stopped by with your vacation planning question!

    Just reading your question made me SO happy for you. Not only do you and your hubby have a fabulous stay planned in the best (in my opinion) Disney Vacation Club Resort at The Most Magical Place on Earth, but you get a pixie-dusted visit with your son who is living his Disney dream! This trip sounds like it is going to be jam-packed with magic! Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort is one of my Home Resorts, and the One-Bedroom Villas are one of my favorite accommodations in all of Walt Disney World Resort. The living room, dining area and kitchen are so spacious, the extra full bathroom is so convenient, and nothing beats seeing the monorail sail by overhead as you walk to Magic Kingdom Park. There is just an extra buzz of magic in the air at this Resort. Speaking of buzz, no Disney day (or any day, for that matter) can begin without a little extra pixie dust, so let's talk caffeine!

    Kerry, in the Bay Lake Tower One-Bedroom Villas, there are standard drip coffee makers. Joffrey's coffee and condiments will be provided for you in your Villa, however, if you'd like to bring your favorite brew with you, make sure you also pack some flat-bottomed coffee filters. It is a multi-cup coffee pot, so, the whole family will be caffeinated ... I mean, pixie-dusted ... and ready for the most magical day!

    One of my favorite things to do on a Walt Disney World Resort vacation is to watch Disney Enchantment, Magic Kingdom Park's nighttime fireworks spectacular from our balcony at Bay Lake Tower. What makes it so special is enjoying the moment with my family - the people that I love, and I'm so thrilled that you will get to do the same. It is allowed for Guests staying at a Disney Vacation Club Resort to have day Guests visit the Resort and their Villa. Of course, your son can visit you and your husband and spend time catching up and enjoying the fireworks together. When he arrives at the security hut, he will just have to inform the Security Cast Member that he is visiting you at the Resort. He will have to provide the last name on the reservation and show his identification. Enjoy your most magical visit!

    While you are viewing Disney Enchantment from your room, did you know that you can stream the music right from the TV in your Villa? The last time I did this from Bay Lake Tower, the channel was labeled the "Fireworks Channel," and it was Channel 105. However, I would confirm that this is still the correct Channel with the front desk before the fireworks begin. The experience is SO much better with that oh-so-magical soundtrack!

    Kerry, I am wishing you and your family the most magical (and caffeinated) time! Please stop by any time with any of your vacation planning questions.

    I hope to see ya real soon,
    Mandy



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Meet the Panelist: Mandy, Louisiana

I'm Mandy - Louisiana girl, wife, Mommy and lover of all things Disney. Walt Disney World Resort is my family's happy place, and our vacations are equal parts rope-drop thrilling and poolside chilling. For us, the best things in life aren't things at all, and we believe in investing in experiences and making magical memories together. Our Disney Vacation Club Membership has been our investment into a lifetime of unforgettable family fun. It's our key to the magic, and I can't wait to help you unlock yours! Learn More About Mandy

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