Disney’s BoardWalk Villas

All the Disney resorts at Disney World offer a lot to vacationers. Each one is unique in its own way and is a memorable part of any Disney Vacation. One of the coolest resorts at Disney World is Disney’s Board Walk Villas.

The BoardWalk Villas are designed to mimic the style of 1920s East Coast America. The BoardWalk Villas sit on the beautiful Crescent Lake so already you know your family will have lots to do. It is also right next to Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. The area is beautiful and inviting with lots to do for everyone.

In addition to all of the activities that Crescent Lake has to offer (like renting watercraft and fishing) the BoardWalk Villas have a 200 foot waterslide that the kids will be dying to fly down! The slide is in the resort’s very own water park. The BoardWalk even has quiet pools for those who want a little relaxation. The whole family can have a great time checking out the real boardwalk outside of the resort that lines the lake. There’s nothing like finding a great shop for souvenirs on the boardwalk!

After an afternoon checking out the boardwalk, head to one of the excellent number of dining options at the BoardWalk Villas. There’s something for every family here, from an excellent Mediterranean style restaurant to the ESPN Club, where you can get classic American food. There’s even a brewery where you can get great pub food and also some unique beverages!

One huge plus for Disney’s BoardWalk Villas is the nightlife. Send the kids to the nearby community hall or 24-hour gaming center and playground so Mom, Dad, and the older family members can check out all that BoardWalk has to offer. BoardWalk has a huge dance hall where plenty of great DJs work. Nearby there is a dueling piano bar. At BoardWalk families of all ages will have something they will love!

So whether you are coming to Disney with some older children or simply want a relaxed and more adult-friendly place to stay, Disney’s BoardWalk Villas is the place you want. The young ones shouldn’t have all of the fun during the day at the wonderful parks of Disney World right? Enjoy the best of both worlds by staying at the BoardWalk during your Disney Vacation and your family will thank you!

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  1. Disney almost alywas has a fall deal out for free dining, but I haven’t known them to have another public deal out annually until the Spring dates, which are usually discount rooms. It’s possible that they will have a public deal past October 2nd, but typically that would be out by now. Usually deals are released 4-6 months in advance. The Free Dining August/September deal was released the last week of April, and that was late for it. Right now there are non-public deals going on in the form of pin codes. I received one last week for 40% off rooms from October December, with some dates blacked out. The pin codes are randomly sent out via email or mail postcard. You have to be the person on the invitation to book the trip. It’s not known how they choose who gets them, but my best advice to you is to sign up for all things Disney. I believe this is how I get them so often. Sign up for the Disney.com newsletter, sign up for the Disney Movie Rewards, Disney Movie Club, Disney Visa .anything you can. This is especially worth it if you visit frequently. Try signing up for these things, and keep an eye on your email. The discounts usually come from “Disney Destinations”. I know the 40% off rooms pin code was just released, so you have a good shot of getting it. It’s also possible that since pin codes have been sent out, that it will eventually become a public deal. This happens sometimes. In that case, I would expect to hear very soon sometime in July for sure. That would put it at the 4 month mark, and you’d definitely hear by then.References : 20 trips to WDW frequently book my trips with Disney pin codes.

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