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"Disney's BoardWalk area contains more than 90,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and nightclubs. It encompasses Crescent Lake and is ""a village on the water"" near many Disney Resort hotels in Walt Disney World Resort. This quarter-mile...more
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A girlfriend and I spent a couple of hours walking around the Boardwalk, enjoying snacks and scenery one beautiful day while waiting for our better halves to finish golfing. Hotel is beautiful, I mean its Disney, and everything is first class. Nice leisurely way to...More
Beautiful & a welcome break from the hustle of the parks.
The art gallery has everything the Disney fan could want to brighten up the home!
& the spirts bar (name Escapes me) served an amazing PB&ajax Burger!
Staying at Walt Disney World’s Boardwalk Hotel Club Level. The room is beautiful & concierge is so nice & helpful. Tonight was our first night eating club level, there was a Chef cooking the food for us & it was delicious. Tonight was mussels in...More
Don’t get me wrong this resort has lots of great things but it’s pricey. If you don’t mind the price and will have time to stay the resort and not go to the parks that would be best. The option to walk to Epcot is...More
The restaurants here are pretty good but I would not center your whole vacation around visiting the board walk. Yes the views while walking were pretty spectacular, but other then that I thought it was just boring.
I have been to Disney over a dozen times, but this year was our first time experiencing the boardwalk. The buildings are beautiful and look as though you are truly down the Jersey Shore. There are only a few restaurants and shops, but it makes...More
We like this area. When we get back from the parks, we usually sit on the benches and watch the boats come in and out.
They have shops and places for snacks. They also have a few restaurants there, but you will need reservations for...More
Parking for the broad walk is near the main entrance if you just pull up and ask the valet parking attendants where is the self park area, failing that the swan Hotel is within walking distance and you can pay and use their... More
Parking for the broad walk is near the main entrance if you just pull up and ask the valet parking attendants where is the self park area, failing that the swan Hotel is within walking distance and you can pay and use their self parking car park it takes a credit card when you leave, From experience all Disney Hotel parking is usually sign posted as you head towards the main entrance and it will normally say valet or self park with direction on where to go Hope that helps
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For the response about no system to know. I was just there two months ago and the gates were manned by lifeguards and they were verifying the resort through magic bands and then giving a paper wrist band to those that were... More
For the response about no system to know. I was just there two months ago and the gates were manned by lifeguards and they were verifying the resort through magic bands and then giving a paper wrist band to those that were allowed in. I watched several guest being turned away and even guest staying at the Beach Club resort were turned away if they did not have there magic band.