6. Beach and Yacht Club
I count these resorts as basically one since they are each connected to each other (the Boardwalk is also connected by proximity, but certainly separate). The greatest characteristics here are the pools. Yes, pools plural. Stormalong Bay is 3 acres of water amusement, with connecting pools featuring special elements in many of them. There is a lazy river current in one section, a swirling current in another, cascading waterfalls, and even a sand floor. The 230-foot shipwrecked waterslide might be the best that a Disney hotel has to offer and zips you down the from the mast to the main pool below. On the Beach Club side, Beaches and Cream is a great place for ice cream or a burger with a 50’s diner theme. Cape May is a delicious buffet and is the place to go for all-you-can-eat crab legs. The rooms are well-themed and you are within walking distance to the side entrance of Epcot, with boat transportation (or a lengthier walkway) to the Hollywood Studios available here as well.