The 630-room Disney's Yacht Club resort
is a New England-themed hotel featuring dark wood and wicker furniture, a porthole and a simulated captain's wheel in the each room. As a Disney-owned hotel, the hotel offers extended park hours as well as complimentary transportation involving Orlando
International Airport and Disney theme parks.
The Florida Green Lodging Program, an Florida-base initiative recognizing hotels with environment-friendly practices, gave its stamp of approval to the hotel.
The Disney's Yacht Club Resort hosts two restaurants and two lounges. One is a steakhouse. The average check without tax or tip ranges from $15 to $60 per person.
The three-acre Stormalong Bay, an outdoor amusement area, consists of water slides, a replica of a wrecked ship, a lazy river, water-filled lagoons, quiet pools, volleyball court, watercraft rentals, fishing and an arcade.
As of 2009, Disney's Yacht Club cost $335 per night plus tax during value season (the least expensive "season") in a standard room.
The hotel is close to Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's BoardWalk Area. Disney's beach Club Resort occupies the space next to Disney's Yacht Club Resort.
Amy L. Gouger holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from East Stroudsburg University. Previously a technical agent, she now serves as a ghostwriter and contributor to various online publications.