There are a plethora of different types of rooms and villas at Walt Disney World Resort. From Lion King suites to Ariel themed rooms to pirate themed rooms, Disney has a themed room for everyone’s prerogative.
At the Caribbean Beach Resort, in the Trinidad section of the large resort, there are Disney-themed rooms Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The rooms are decorated with tons of pirate insignia. In the rooms, guests will find pirate ship beds, mirrors adorned with gold coins, barrel-shaped tables, and other pirate decor. These rooms have long since ceased to exist and today Disney announced that they will be removing these rooms at the end of 2022. No exact date has been given for the end of these pirate rooms.
DisneyDining.com said these rooms were supposed to be considered the resort’s most popular rooms. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth for a multitude of reasons. Disney Dining said some of the reasons are: the rooms are farthest from the pools, lobby, restaurants, and shops, and the beds aren’t that big. I have also read online that these beds are uncomfortable as reported by customers. These rooms cost more than most other rooms and they don’t have the easy access of the preferred rooms. Again, the Caribbean Beach Resort is one of the largest resorts in Walt Disney World with five distinct sections.
Editor’s note – I can confirm that the beds are terrible and we hope they haven’t put us in one of those rooms on our many stays.
Guests vacationing before the end of this year can book these rooms with or without a water view. No word has been given on how these rooms will be redesigned. The retheme will close a large part of the station. However, many more resort rooms will be available at the Caribbean Beach Resort and all around Walt Disney World.
Do you miss the Pirate Rooms at the Caribbean Beach Resort? Let us know below in the comments.
Source: Disney dinner
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