Disney’s Boardwalk Inn

by Casey Morris on March 8, 2016

Disney's Boardwalk Inn

Quick Resort Overview

Resort Category: Deluxe

Resort Size: 371 guest rooms; 383 villas

Bed Options: multiple options, mostly 2 Queens/Day Bed or 1 King/Day Bed

Transportation Options: bus and water transportation; walking distance to Epcot & Hollywood Studios, Skyliner to Hollywood Studios.

Dining Options: 6 quick service restaurants, 4 full service restaurants, pool bar, lounge, 2 night clubs

Pools3 pools, hot tub

Overall Vibe: Escape to what feels like a bed and breakfast style cottage on the coast, with the addition of shopping, dining, night clubs and being walking distance to Epcot & Hollywood Studios!

Detailed Review

Experience the charm and whimsy of turn-of-the-century Atlantic City at this waterfront Resort hotel. Make a splash at Luna Park Pool and delight in a massage at the state-of-the-art fitness center. Discover carnival games, unique dining and exciting nightlife on the Coney Island-style boardwalk.

Resort Map

See a better view of the map HERE.

Resort Grounds
Pools

Clown around at the carnival-themed Luna Park Pool. Glide down the Keister Coaster waterslide, cool off under the spouting trunks of grinning elephant statues and sink into the whirlpool spa. Children can even splash about in their own kiddie pool.

For a more tranquil experience, relax at 2 all-ages leisure pools—each with a whirlpool spa.

Transportation

Walk – For the ultimate convenience, you can WALK to Epcot and Hollywood Studios, see our walking map below. 

Friendship Boats – All aboard for a ride over to Epcot, Hollywood Studios or Beach/Yacht Club!

Skyliner – Board the Skyliner over next to Beach Club for access to Hollywood Studios. 

Bus – Take bus transportation to all theme parks and Disney Springs!

Dining

Here are the options, which are links that will show you each menu.

QUICK SERVICE DINING

TABLE SERVICE DINING

Room Types

There are 2 buildings housing 9 different room categories:

  • Standard Room: 2 Queen Beds with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 5 guests plus an infant) or 1 King Bed with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 2 guests plus an infant)
    • Standard View – view of the leisure pool or parking area
    • Water View – view of Crescent Lake

Club Level Rooms (temporarily unavailable)

  • Standard Room, Standard View – view of the leisure pool or parking area, 2 Queen Beds with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 5 guests plus an infant) or 1 King Bed with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 2 guests plus an infant)
  • Standard Room, Boardwalk View – view of Boardwalk or Crescent Lake, 2 Queen Beds with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 5 guests plus an infant) or 1 King Bed with optional Day Bed (sleeps up to 2 guests plus an infant)
  • Deluxe Room – view of Boardwalk, 2 Queen Beds and 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa (sleeps up to 6 plus an infant)
  • 1 Bedroom Garden Cottage – TWO STORIES! view of resort landscaping, 1 King Bed (sleeps up to 2 guests plus an infant

Villas

  • Deluxe Studio – view of resort grounds or parking lot, 1 Queen Bed and 1 Double sized Sleeper Sofa (sleeps up to 4 guests plus an infant)
  • 1 Bedroom Villa – view of resort grounds or parking lot, 1 King Bed and 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa plus full kitchen, living room and dining room (sleeps up to 4 guests plus an infant)
  • 2 Bedroom Villa – view of resort grounds or parking lot, 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 1 Queen-Size Sleeper Sofa, 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa plus full kitchen, living room and dining room (sleeps up to 8 guests plus an infant)

Here is a tour in a standard room (room decor has been updated since this video) 

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