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Photo Tour of a Standard Room at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn



By Dave Shute

(For the first page of this review of Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, click here.)

PHOTO TOUR OF A ROOM AT DISNEY’S BOARDWALK INN

Floor Plan Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Standard rooms at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn have similar layouts to those at fellow Epcot Resorts the Yacht Club and Beach Club, and like those come in four person and five person variants–both with two queens, the five person model adding a couch that converts into a bed for one.

Entry Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The entry is typical of hotel rooms accessed from an interior corridor–a bath on one side, closets on the other, separated by a hall that opens into the living/sleeping space beyond.

Coffee Service Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The first thing you find when you enter is this coffee service.  The supplies are in the small drawer beneath the coffee-maker.

Mini-Fridge Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Below that drawer is the mini-fridge. In addition to my usual objects meant to help with visualizing its size, you’ll also see my trick-or-treat bag from Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

Inner Side Closet Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Further down the entry hall is this large closet, equipped as usual with a luggage rack, ironing board and iron, and a safe.

Door Side Closet Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The other side of the closet.

Bath Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Across the hall you’ll find the divided bath.  Here’s the sinks.

Tub Shower Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The toilet and tub/shower are in their own space.

Bed Side Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Deeper in the room you’ll find the two beds and a desk on one side.

Bed Side from Back Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Here’s the same from another corner…

Bed Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

…and a closer view of one of the queen beds.

Bedside Table Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Between the beds is a bedside table with a storage shelf under.

Desk and Table Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The desk includes a rolling table which can serve for typing, dining, or playing cards with the kids–you can see its legs around the desk chair.

Rolling Table Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

A better view of the rolling table.

Desk Power Points Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

There’s three power points in the middle of the desk…

Desk Chair Detail Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

…plus some charming detail–Mickey and Minnie here on the back of the desk chair…

Desk Lamp Detail Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

…and Minnie in the lamp base.

TV SIde Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The other side of the room has a TV/dresser thingy and a couch that converts into a bed.

TV Side from Back Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The TV side from the back corner.

TV Dresser Thingy Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

A closer view of the dresser/TV thingy.

Dresser Storage Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

With six drawers and two cupboards, there’s plenty of storage room for the five people this room will hold.

Dresser Power Points Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Below the TV on either side are two more sets of power points. Above is one set, with two regular plugs and two USB points.

Couch Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Next to the dresser is this couch.

Couch Un-flipped Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

…which flips down into a bed. Bed-belts (I don’t know what else to call them) keep the bedding organized while it flips down.

Couch Bed Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

I measured the cushion as 72 inches long, with two or three more inches of toe-wiggling room. Mattress width is 32 inches, and the cushion is 4 inches+ deep. I had no trouble sleeping on it except that it’s a little short for my height.

Art Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net (3)

There’s some fun wall art that picks up the light carnival theme of the rest of the BoardWalk Inn–this carousel…

Art Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

…and this boardwalk scene.

Balcony Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

Beyond the couch is this balcony.

Balcony View Disney's BoardWalk Inn from yourfirstvisit.net

The view from our (standard view) balcony.

These rooms are nicely proportioned and, after their 2014 refurb, nicely decorated. They fit a family of five perfectly well.

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2 comments

1 Anthony { 07.17.14 at 10:36 am }

Have you ever stayed in one of the garden cottages? Disney’s site says they only sleep two, but what I’ve read online is that there is also a sofa bed in the room.

2 Dave { 07.18.14 at 7:11 am }

I haven’t, Anthony. I have also read a few years ago from what I remember as being a good detailed source that a. most have a fold out sofa, but also that b. in most there is an opening from the master sleeping space to the rest of the room, so there’s no real privacy.

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