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We arrived at 3am from the airport. The staff member have my daughter a wand, she still plays with it. We had to wait 15 mins or so for our van to the Trinidad and Tobago area of the resort, which at 3am felt long....More
This is my third time staying at Caribbean since 1994, and I have stayed at Port Orleans and Coronado Springs (all at the same price level). As a Mainer I prefer the Caribbean because they do SUCH a good job mimicking an island resort that...More
For this hotel to be Disney property, it didn't have much of a Disney feel. The most of Disney I got from the resort was the gift shop and the movies they played in the food court. The rooms were nice, though we had to...More
The resort is beautiful, and the pirate rooms are a lot of fun and well appointed. Unfortunately, the pirate bed is very uncomfortable - think pack and play pad for a mattress.
The grounds are very large and require a lot of walking, but the...More
Welcoming staff with smiling faces. Our room was whimsical and happy. We were a quick walk from the Restaurant, eateries and main pool which hosts a children's play area with water fun and pool has a slide. You can rent 4 person bikes, boats and...More
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I always plan an hour transportation time. You never know exactly how long it will take for a bus to arrive. However, there are screens at the resort bus stops that let you know when the next bus is scheduled to arrive. The... More
I always plan an hour transportation time. You never know exactly how long it will take for a bus to arrive. However, there are screens at the resort bus stops that let you know when the next bus is scheduled to arrive. The times may shift, but it gives you a good idea if you've got 5 minutes or 20 to wait.