6 responses

  1. Dave
    August 31, 2021

    Hi Traci!

    I don’t have exact enough measurements to be sure, but my guess would be no–unless you are not planning to use one or the other of the fold-down or fold-out beds.


  2. Traci Gould-Lusciatti
    August 30, 2021

    Is there any chance of fitting a twin size blow up mattress in the studio at BC?


  3. Dack
    May 3, 2018

    Hi Dave,
    We are considering staying in one of the DVC studios at either the Beach Club or Polynesian. We have stayed at the Poly before and LOVED it! We are thinking of staying at BC to try something new. We are planning our trip Jan 2-5 and so our concerns are the crowds. We thought the BC would be great because the pool and the other nearby activities like the Boardwalk. We have 6,8 and 12yr old. Our plan is rope drop each morning, hit the rides and shows till noon or 1 then take a mid day break and maybe come back in the evenings for fireworks. We’ve been to WDW several times in the last few years so not first-timers.
    We loved everything about Poly but wanted some fun things to do at the resort if the parks get too crowded and we wanted to come back and do some things around the resort. We thought BC have better options. Would you agree with that assessment?
    Only concern we have about BC in January is if it’s too chilly to get in the pool (know it’s heated) and take full advantage. Thoughts?

    Thanks as always Dave. I have followed you for years now and trust your advice over all others!



    • Dave
      May 4, 2018

      Dack, frankly the most fun thing to do around the BC during down times if it’s too cold for the pool is to have a hopper and head to Epcot on a lark. The BoardWalk entertainments are hit-or-miss–some families love them, others find them dull. The resort has the full suite of the usual entertainments–movie nights, s’more by a fire, etc…but other than the BoardWalk and Epcot, nothing distinctive…


      • Dack
        May 4, 2018

        Thanks Dave, I always appreciate your insight. Any suggestions for a resort that would fit what we are trying to do? Even if it’s not a DVC property, I would be curious to know your opinion. The only other ones I could think of would be Animal Kingdom Lodge or Wilderness Lodge.
        of course the other option is to stay wherever we want to stay, and then just go visit other resorts or other areas of interest.

        Thanks again,



      • Dave
        May 6, 2018

        Dack, some thoughts:
        –Saratoga Springs (especially the Congress Park section) for walking distance to Disney Springs
        –Jambo House for the animals and nature guides (Kidani is less fun)
        –A Cabin in Fort Wilderness for all the outdoorsy stuff there, ranging from canoes to archery to horseback rides to the Chip and Dale sing-along.


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