(For the first page of this review of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, see this.)
PHOTO TOUR OF A QUEEN AND MURPHY BED ROOM AT DISNEY’S CARIBBEAN BEACH RESORT
Most rooms at Caribbean Beach sleep four on two queens, five on two queens and a fold down bed, or, in the Pirate rooms in Trinidad, four on two fulls.
This photo tour is of a five person room with two queens and a fold down bed. (For four person queen rooms, see this, and for four person full bed Pirate rooms, see this.)
Five person rooms at Caribbean Beach have queen beds, and a Murphy Bed as well.
The bed side of the room has the queens and a small bedside table between them.
This side will also have the connecting door (at left) if present, and a coat rack near the door.
The fun light fixtures.
A closer view of a queen.
Further back is the bath. The sink area of the bath is separated from the rest of the room by sliding solid doors–rather than the fabric curtain you will find at Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter (and in Pirate rooms at Caribbean Beach). The sliding doors improve the trapping of both light and noise from the bathroom, plus make it feel more private.
Here’s the sinks themselves…
…and next to them the clothes hanging area.
In their own separate space you’ll find the toilet and tub/shower combo.
More of the shower curtain.
The other side of the room has a table and chairs and a TV/dresser/bench/Murphy Bed/mini-fridge combining thingy. TVs are larger than the one in my photograph, which is from a couple of years ago.
A closer view of the table and chairs…
…the lamp overhead, styled like the ones at the heads of the beds…
…and the window curtains.
And then there’s the thingy…
The right side has a couple of drawers.
There’s three more drawers underneath the green bench. These are basically inaccessible when the bed is down, as it is shown here. Even so, this is a much better design than the Murphy Bed rooms at Port Orleans Riverside, where all the drawers in the room are inaccessible when the bed is down.
The object at the far left that looks like two more drawers is in fact the mini fridge.
And then there’s the Murphy Bed…
I measured the Murphy Bed mattress as 30″ wide by 64″ long. The way it is positioned on top of the bed frame (rather than inside it) and related to the back framing means that, unlike many such beds, it does not sleep much shorter than this. I’d put a five foot tall kid on this and expect great results. The cushion is 5 inches deep. Note also Mickey and Pluto!
There’s not much in the way of decoration–the textures, lamps and curtains already noted, and just a couple of fruity art things (with, I think, some Hidden Mickeys) on either side of the TV object–see them above and below.
PHOTO TOUR OF A FOUR PERSON FULL BED PIRATE ROOM AT DISNEY’S CARIBBEAN BEACH RESORT
This review continues here.
PAGES IN THIS REVIEW OF DISNEY’S CARIBBEAN BEACH RESORT
- Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort: Overview and Summary
- Theming, accommodations and villages at Caribbean Beach
- Photo tour of a four person queen bed room at Caribbean Beach
- Photo tour of a five person queen and murphy bed room at Caribbean Beach
- Photo tour of a four person full bed Pirate room at Caribbean Beach
- Amenities at Caribbean Beach
- Dining at Caribbean Beach
- The main pool at Caribbean Beach
OTHER KEY PAGES FOR WHERE TO STAY AT DISNEY WORLD
- Where to stay–the Basics
- Where first-timers should stay
- Reviews of all the Disney World resorts, based on my 160+ stays in them
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Do the sliding bathroom doors lock?
Lalani, they don’t.
Great info, thanks. I will be visiting Disney to meet my daughter and family at the CB. Wasn’t able to get Florida res discount or a preferred room but want to stay near her. She has a preferred room and the only res I could get was for a pool room. I linked res but do you think we will be together?
Charlene, I don’t know, but try this: When you do online check in, both of you request Martinique. Martinique is one of two areas with preferred buildings, but it also has non-preferred buildings.
We are planning a family special anniversary trip; Gramma & Grampa & our kids & grandkids: total of 5 couples and 7 kids, ages 3-8.
Q: we like the look of Caribbean beach resort. noticed in the WDW list is room with King bed, do you know if it has a murphy bed? are they on the first floor?
Q: would it be worthwhile to stay at Art of Animation for a few days then move to Caribbean Beach? Kids will like AofA, but we want the adults to enjoy the trip too, so picked CB. I noticed in one comment you suggested two resorts, but it does seem like a lot of trouble?
Hi Julie! CB king rooms do not have Murphy Beds. Changing resorts adds another pack/unpack cycle–Disney will move your luggage for you.
These updated rooms are a great option for families traveling with more than 2 children. The we be wonderful for your next vacation. I’m the dedicated Destinations in Florida rep for yourfirstvisit.net readers—if you need help booking please contact me.