Disney Yacht Club & Beach Club Resort

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is a lakeside Disney Deluxe Resort featuring lush landscaping and the formal grace of a grand New England yacht club.

Designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern, known for his East Coast beach houses, this splendid 5-story Resort transports Guests to the summertime Shingle Style hotels of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Sister resort Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a more relaxed, pastel-toned edifice next door; the 2 share many amenities.

Public areas, Guest rooms and suites are adorned in dark wood and wicker furniture, portholes and simulated captain’s wheels. Cast Members are decked out in ship’s crew regalia, including navy blazers and captain’s hats.

Behind the Resort lie Stormalong Bay and Crescent Lake. Stormalong Bay spans 3 acres, with water slides emerging from the life-size replica of a wrecked ship, lagoons, a slow river to float along in inner tubes and a sand-bottom pool. At 25-acre Crescent Lake, Guests can rent a variety of watercraft (such as pedal boats and pontoons) from the Bayside Marina, go on a fishing expedition or take a private cruise on the Breathless, where at night one might see fireworks.

Stretch out and relax on white-sand shores. Discover the rustic charm of the Yachtsman Steakhouse as you savor mouthwatering steaks, seafood, chicken and lamb dishes. Enjoy state-of-the-art Nautilus and Hammer Strength exercise equipment at the Ship Shape Health Club and then unwind with a rejuvenating massage.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort has been designated by the Florida Green Lodging Program, recognizing the Resort’s environmentally responsible practices.

Activities for Children
In addition to all the fun of Stormalong Bay and Crescent Lake, there’s a 24-hour high-tech game room. And don’t forget to take advantage of the Sandcastle Club, a supervised activity center for children ages 3-12 that affords parents a carefree night on the town (Additional fee required).

Accommodations for Business Meetings
Meeting facilities at the Resort feature more than 73,000 square feet of usable meeting space, including 2 ballrooms, 21 breakout rooms, 2 registration counters, state-of-the-art A/V and lighting, ceiling-recessed screens and much more. Banquets of up to 3,000 can be accommodated in the Grand Harbor Ballroom. If you are planning a meeting, please call (321) 939-7129. Guests under age 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call.

The Ship Shape Health Club is located between Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and its sister, Disney’s Beach Club Resort.

This fitness center and spa features massage therapies, body treatments, skin care and hair services, and men’s and women’s sauna and steam rooms.
State-of-the-art fitness equipment by Life Fitness and Hammer Strength includes treadmills, ellipticals, stair climbers, regular and recumbent bicycles, weight machines and free weights.
Open 24 hours a day.
A personal trainer is also available by appointment, for an additional cost.
In-room service is also available for an additional cost.


Periwig’s Beauty and Barber Shop, a unisex salon, is located between Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Hours are Monday to Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 6:0

Located in Disney Yacht Club Resort’s lobby, Fittings&Fairings, Clothes&Notions sells sundries and other items, including sunscreen, film and disposable cameras, and baby food and formula. Same-day film processing and souvenirs are also available.

While staying at Walt Disney World Resort hotels, there’s no need to rent a car, or deal with the hassle of driving and parking. Save time and money with Orlando limo ride for your transportation and limousine service to and from the resorts. ( Check Our Fleet )

Location: Epcot Area
Address: 1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

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