Set to resemble Atlantic City in the 1940s, this Deluxe resort has a quarter mile long, Coney island style boardwalk. There is definitely a carnival atmosphere to this resort and rooms start at $340 a night. This resort is connected to Epcot's International Gateway by a walkway. Reservations can be made by calling 407-939-5100.
There are 371 rooms in this resort that sleep up to 5 people, have 2 queensized beds (or a King size bed), a child's daybed. 2 story garden suites in this resort have their own gardens that are enclosed by a white picket fence. They sleep 4 and have a living room on the first floor and a king sized bed in the bedroom loft. Club level rooms and suites are also available and most rooms have private balconies or patios.
There are also 383 vacation villas that are known as the Boardwalk Villas. These are a part of the Disney Vacation Club and are available when not occupied by members. Each studio has a queen sized bed, double sleeper sofa, plus a kitchenette with microwave, coffeemaker, and small refrigerattor. There are also 1, 2, and 3 bedroom villas that sleep 4-12 people and feature dining areas, fully equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, master baths with whirlpool tubs, and VCR/DVD players. There is also a king size bed in the master bedroom, queen sleeper sofa in the living room, and a queen size bed plus a double sleeper sofa in the additional bedrooms.
This resort features 3 pools, one of which includes the 200 foot long Keister Coaster that was modeled aftera wooden roller coaster. The slide is designed to look like the tongue of a clown.
Cakes, pies, pastries, sandwiches, and coffee is served here. Guests are also able to watch the bakers at work through huge display windows.
Saltwater taffy, candy, coffee, ice cream, and frozen yogurt is served at this old fashioned shop.
This restaurant serves pizza, whole and by the slice, along with soft drinks, beer, and water.