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Disney's BoardWalk Inn, Orlando
(4.3/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
Disney's BoardWalk Inn stretches along the water and features great dining, shopping, and nightlife. With pastel-colored buildings, the shoreline is modeled after famous boardwalk communities like Coney Island and Atlantic City, all set among the larger Walt Disney World Resort. Hoop toss and other carnival games line the walk, with stuffed animals offered for winners. Arrange to visit Disney's BoardWalk Inn and other attractions in Orlando using our Orlando trip itinerary maker.
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  • We were there in the afternoon and this place was really dead - we assumed all the people were in the Disney parks and that it really comes alive in the evening? We hope so! The trendy stores were fun...  more »
  • We stayed at Boardwalk Villas overlooking the Boardwalk. Lots of restaurants, bars and entertainment options. Fun street entertainers and games in the evenings. Good place to watch Epcot nightly firew...  more »
  • I wouldn't say there was much excitement here in comparison to the parks and Disney Springs. Plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants to experience however the boardwalk generally lacked Disney charm an...  more »
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  • Excellent place to stay in Disney World. Everything has been great. The rooms look like they are brand new, the service and attention from the guest relations is top notch and you can't beat the perfect location and ease to get to the parks! It is right in the center between Epcot and Hollywood Studios and as in all other Disney resorts you have several modes of transportation to and from the parks and other attractions. I would definitely recommend it and rate it A+
  • After hurricane Matthew hit Florida, Disney closed the parks today and made sure that were all safe. They offered free arcade and buffets for cheap prices. Disney characters came to visit us to made our honeymoon magical in the best way the situation was able to. Great experience for the first time. I definitely can recommend!!
  • This is our home resort. You can walk to Epcot pretty quickly. You can also walk to Hollywood studios. Of course you can also take a boat to either. The resort is nice and the boardwalk has night time entertainment as well as restaurants and stores. I love staying here.
  • Very clean and manicured. It was the details that I loved such as planter on top of the trash cans. The prices were very appealing for boat rides. The atmosphere is very calm. Loved how spacious the paths were. And the hotel building outside reminded me of Cape may, NJ. Historic looking, very appealing to the eye. The small beaches (closed off from water) was spot on + loveseat swings?! Enjoyed the grand architecture and statues on the buildings, very appealing. Aside from that, I would of liked to see more variety of shops and restaurants. Not exactly what expected as 'boardwalk'.
  • I went to Jellyroll, a piano bar in Boardwalk villas. The guys playing piano were funny and able to play almost any song without issue. The pricing however was a bit ridiculous. I am aware that it's part of Disney Springs but 7 dollars for cheap bottle beer brands and 13 dollars for shots is a bit much. This is on top of having a 12$ cover charge. They also have no draft selection which is disappointing. But the staff was friendly, and the entertainment was great. I would go again, but I might drink somewhere else first.