Well we loved the Beach Club when we stayed there for Jo/Jo's wedding, but now that Paula mentions it , it did smell a bit like seafood . So next year for our 25th , we are planning on staying at the YC . I just love being close to Epcot and Stormalong Bay .
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08-28-2011, 12:06 AM #10
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08-28-2011, 03:35 AM #11
08-28-2011, 10:41 AM #12
Thank you for the thoughts :) Seems the overwhelming response is in favour of the YC!!
08-28-2011, 04:51 PM #13
Just based on visiting the resorts, rather than stays, we really like the Yatch Club too
08-28-2011, 05:55 PM #14
Have to say though that having Christmas celebrations on a balmy early November evening is a bit strange.Quality Inn International - 1990; Grosvenor Resort - 1996
Dixie Landings - 1997; All Star Sports - 1999
Grosvenor Resort - 2002; Newport Bay Club (DLP) - 2003
Pop Century - 2004; Jacksonville - 2005
Port Orleans French Quarter - 2007 (with MNSSHP & MVMCP)
Doubletree Redington Beach/Jacksonville/Doubletree Universal Orlando - 2008 (incl. visit to Richard Petty Driving Experience)
Saratoga Springs Resort + Jacksonville - 2009
Wyndham Bonnet Creek / Jacksonville / Disney's Vero Beach / Homewood Suites Bonita Springs - 2011 (MNSSHP + Halloween @ VeroBeach)
Wyndham Bonnet Creek - Spring 2014
09-05-2011, 10:08 PM #15
I will also add a vote for the Yacht Club. It is just quieter, more low key than the Beach Club-I love the decor of the YC lobby. We also enjoy the Beach Club, but the Yacht has always been our first choice if we can get a room there. We love not only Stormalong Bay, but the quiet pool at YC. Love being able to do laundry and swim at the same time. BC has a better store, you can't get warm food in the YC store, but that never bothered us-it isn't a far walk even from the farthest rooms at the YC. Good luck, what a nice decision to make!