Sheila Gallant-Halloran

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Chillaxin’ at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

We spent some time chillaxin’ at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort during our visit last week.  We swam in the big pool, with the waterslide.

And hung out with some family.

And chowed down on some good eats. (Caribbean burger with plantains, carmelized onions, and hot peppers. Yum! While kids had burgers and fries served in sand bucket (lined!) – terrific way to chillax at Disney!

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July 7, 2011 - Posted by | Lush Life Disney, Lush Life Hotels, Lush Life Travel TIps & Advice

3 Comments »

  1. That’s where we stayed last year when we went to Disney. It’s a big, but beautiful resort and almost makes you feel as though you were really in the Caribbean. Good to ask for the room upgrades and stay in a villa that’s as close as possible to the main part (Old Port Royale) which is the Martinique villas.

    Comment by Christian Levac | July 7, 2011 | Reply

  2. Thanks, Christian. We stayed here 3n, and then 3n at Grand Floridian. CBR is a lovely resort, but it is huge and very spread out. I did a post yesterday that talked about how long it took us to walk from Customs House to Trinidad North (have a looksee). The Martinique is the other preferred location, so I can certainly appreciate your recommendations! Did your family enjoy staying there?

    Comment by sheila gallant-halloran | July 7, 2011 | Reply

  3. […] a.) The CBR is a beautifully laid out resort, and it takes its design and theming inspiration from an actual place (like all moderate hotels) – you feel like you’re in the Caribbean. The resort is composed of 6 villages/islands of Aruba, Barbados, Martinique, Jamaica, Trinidad North, and Trinidad South; and each has its own Caribbean vibe. I’d done a blog previously that is relevant here. https://sheila0gh.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/chillaxin-at-disneys-caribbean-beach-resort/ […]

    Pingback by Some Pros & Cons – Staying at a Moderate – Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort « Sheila Gallant-Halloran | July 8, 2011 | Reply


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