Last week I shared my love of Disney’s BoardWalk Resort – Club Level. In an effort to keep you informed, there’s little I won’t do in the name of Disney Research. I went back and stayed for 3 nights over the weekend. I just returned Sunday. I got a tour of all of the different rooms and spent a good bit of time interviewing guests.
To get a feel for any resort, I like to stay several nights and also be a repeat visitor. In repeat visits you get to know the resort on a deeper level. I have been to the Boardwalk three times in less than a year, staying three nights each visit. I think of you each time I’m there. If you plan on spending time at Epcot or Hollywood Studios, I highly recommend staying at the Boardwalk.
Location, location, location is another reason why I love the resort. It’s just a short walk to Epcot or Hollywood Studios. I love the ease and the access to the parks. I enjoy the walk. If walking is not your cup of tea, the Friendship Boats will take you to both parks. Not only is getting to Epcot and Hollywood Studios a breeze, but it’s also fun to be on the Boardwalk. The night life is what you think of first. Located on the Boardwalk are Jelly Rolls piano bar and Atlantic Dance Hall.
One of my favorite restauraurts, Flying Fish, is right there – have dinner and a glass of wine and then walk back to your room. The Boardwalk enjoys a plethora of other eating establishments from the Boardwalk Bakery to the ESPN Club. Just across the way at the Beach Club is Beaches & Cream. You can either take the short walk or ride the boat.
If you are a runner, the Boardwalk is your resort. There is so much to see and a there’s a nice long path. Running in the morning is the best time before the heat of the day and too many guests are out.
All and all the Boardwalk is a well rounded resort that offers amenities to please a variety of guests. With an outstanding staff and fabulous location, the Boardwalk is an A+ in my book.
Have you stayed at the Boardwalk? What did you think? Are you considering the Boardwalk?