Beautifully appointed rooms, shingled rooftops, private courtyards and magnificent gardens combine to recreate the charming atmosphere of romantic bed-and-breakfast inns found along the mid-Atlantic coast of the 1940s. Plus bustling nightclubs, restaurants and shops at Disney's BoardWalk entertainment district, adjacent to the Resort, recapture the fun and excitement of bygone waterfront villages and shorelines.
Why we like about The Boardwalk Inn:
Proximity to Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and the Yacht & Beach Club dining options
Especially great for adult only trips
Things to consider:
Quick service restaurant is not as robust as other deluxe resorts
The clown-themed coaster pool can be off-putting for some