• On Jun 22, 2011
    Arlete 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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    Hi MP !! We have to decide between OKW and BV/ 15 days .The OKW seems to be bigger than BV and it´s cheaper but what about the resort, is it nice? It looks like a forgotten Disney´s Resort, because it´s so difficult to find information abou

    Hi Arlete,

    Oh, you DO have a difficult decision.  Disney's Old Key West Resort and Disney's Boardwalk Inn & Villas are two spectacular resorts, each with its own special charms.  Please don't think that Disney's Old Key West Resort is a "forgotten resort."  In fact, this lovely place recently underwent extensive refurbishment and I just love their new decor!  Choose this resort if you are wishing to be close to Downtown Disney and look forward to enjoying some of the most spacious villa accommodations at Walt Disney World.

    My personal choice, however, would be to book a villa at Disney's Boardwalk Inn.  The big selling point for this resort, in my opinion, is its proximity to Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios.  I LOVE to be able to walk to these two theme parks.  You definitely feel like you are staying in the center of the magic while registered as a guest at this resort. 

    Of course, if you're having trouble deciding, you could always split your delightful 15 day stay between the two resorts.  Spend a week at each and experience the best of both worlds!

    Best of luck with your decision, Arlete.  Let us know if we can provide you any further assistance.

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