During our Disney World trip we stayed at one of their Deluxe Resort – Disney Boardwalk Inn and we were completely blown away. It consists of around 9,000 sq ft of shops and restaurant. The resort overlook at the Crescent Lake and captured a 1940 Atlantic City Boardwalk theme.
One thing we love about this resort is that there is always something to do and it's very close to Epcot and Disney Hollywood Studio. We can either walk or take the ferry boat to the park. The transportation is a breeze, there also complimentary bus that takes you to other parks and Disney downtown. Perfect place to stay at for a family like us with no car. And for the food, we had breakfast at the famous g restaurant. We had the American breakfast with our eggs cooked perfectly. It was a good option for breakfast before starting our days at the parks. The best part was I get 40% off from my cast member discount there. We had a wonderful service with a little surprise at the end for my sister. They brought out a little cupcake with a candle and balloons for my sister. She was so happy!
As far as food and convenience the atmosphere on the boardwalk at night is so nice. The night entertainment are fun to enjoy. We were captivated by the performers on the boardwalk. The best part is to hear the excitement in my sister's voice as we ended our night.
Photo Essay: Disney Characters Meet and Greet
Epcot - Around The World in a Day
A Royal Princess Dinning at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall
Dining With the Sea Turtle and Sharks: The Coral Reef Restaurant
Looking Back – The Excitement of My First Travel Experiences
Left: Ferry Dock Right: Lobby
Disney Boardwalk Inspired by a 1940 Atlantic City boardwalk theme
Beautiful lobby inside
Shops and dine
View overlooking the Crescent Lake
My middle sister
Inside one of the store on Boardwalk
We made a reservation for our greek style breakfast
Health and tasty!
Merry's surprise cupcake from them
Left: Balloon for Merry Right: My special teas
We ended with a beautiful night
Disney's Boardwalk Resort – A 1940 Atlantic City Boardwalk Theme
Dennis Salvatier Says:
Oct 28th, 2011 19:49 | Reply
Wow, this place looks really cool. I’m confused where this is at though. I;m guessing it’s in Florida since you mentioned Epcot. So nevermind.
I would love to visit this place. Maybe it’s the Disney but it just looks like a fun place. By the way, what kind of camera do you have, Sarah?
Dennis Salvatier Says:
Nov 2nd, 2011 05:14 | Reply
Hmm. I like the look and feel of the images it takes. Can you email me the price you paid, please? Cause I need to buy something quick and this is basically what I’m looking for. You’re the best!
Jeff Titelius Says:
Nov 20th, 2011 00:05 | Reply
I think you’ve mastered capturing Disney magic in your photography…not an easy feat my friend!! All of your photos from this journey to WDW are extraordinary and my hat’s off to you for a fabulous job. BTW, you know how to do Disney in style…it doesn’t get much better than the BoardWalk Resort, except for the Beach Club across the lagoon. Wonderful!