Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Aug 10, 2011
    Debra from IL 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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    Staying at BCV for first time 9/10/11. Any advice on what room # to request so that we have a short as possible walk to Stormalong Bay and the path to Epcot? Also would like a nice view. Can't wait! I've enjoyed BC so much - trying villas this time.

    Hi Debra,

    You are going to LOVE Disney's Beach Club Villas!  I just stayed there for the first time in March and fell in love with this serene and beautiful resort.  If you want to save as many steps as possible as you travel between your villa and Stormalong Bay, I'd request a room near the Beach Club Resort.  The last two digits in the room numbers of the villas nearest the main resort are very low.  For instance, rooms 101-134, 201-234, 301-334, etc. are just a few steps from the walkway connecting the Beach Club and the Beach Club Villas.  That means these rooms are the closest to Stormalong Bay. 

    All of the rooms in the Beach Club Villas are close to the International Gateway of Epcot.  We stayed in room 268 during our most recent visit and it literally took only five minutes to get from our room to the turnstiles at Epcot.  Being so close to the theme park was so incredibly convenient.

    The view I prefer when staying at the Beach Club Villas is a pool view.  The quiet pool at this resort is just lovely! 

    I hope you enjoy your stay at Disney's Beach Club Villas as much as I did!

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