Would you stay in a Pirate or a Princess room?

It’s time for a showdown! What will you choose? Are you a swashbuckler or more of a royal guest? Is it pirates and cross bones that excite you, or the thought of spending the night in a room fit for a princess? Disney now offers these two amazing themed room for your pirate or princess. Let’s take a look!

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Located at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort you will find yourself searching for buried treasure and having dreams of sailing the high seas in their Pirate themed rooms. Climb aboard these ship shaped beds and imagine yourself searching for gold with Captain Jack Sparrow or Captain Hook! Each room comes with two double sized beds great for a family of three or four. The room décor makes you feel as though you have become one of the Pirates of the Caribbean! Even the curtain separating the bathroom from the rest of the room will remind you of a ship’s sail. Don’t forget the treasure chest drawers and the sitting area with a mighty compass on the table.

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The fun doesn’t end here! Be sure to check out the Fuentes Del Morro Pool for some water adventures, featuring two waterslides! There is also a shipwreck play area in this pirate’s play land. This resort and themed room is the perfect place to have your little pirate embark on their great sea adventure!

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For a change of scenery, why not book a Royal Guest Room at the Southern themed Port Orleans Riverside. These newly remodeled rooms are fit for royalty of any age! Princess Tiana has taken the time and care to make these rooms perfect for her friends! The attention to detail is absolute perfection. There are pictures of the princesses goofing around, bed spreads boasting princess decorations, even a genie lamp sink faucet from Jasmine! When you take the time to look around this room, you will feel like the royalty Tiana expected you to be! One of the most breathtaking amenities in the royal guest room is the headboards that are located behind each of the two queen sized beds. When the lights go down you can hit a button and watch fireworks fly into the night sky on these magnificent headboard.

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The royalty treatment does not have to stop there at Port Orleans Riverside! Why not take your princess on a magical horse –drawn carriage ride? And don’t forget to take a leisurely swim in the Ol’ Man Island pool, which hosts a swimming hole, a fishing hole, three bridges and a waterslide built right into the millworks.

Both Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and Port Orleans Riverside have offer a Pirate Adventure Cruise, for those who may like a little of both worlds. This kids only (ages 4-12) adventure includes sailing, pirate tales, treasure chests, snacks and a drink. Ships sail daily, weather permitting, from 9:30-11:30am. This is a great idea for those princesses who can be as gruff as a pirate at times, and those pirates who just need even more adventure!

So which room do you choose? I would love to help you pick. Contact me today for a FREE quote for these rooms or any other Disney Resort and let your adventure begin! Tracy@travelwiththemagic.com

Children Only Pirate Cruises at Disney World

Looking for that extra pixie dust or a little quiet time on your Disney World vacation, then this might be the perfect adventure for your child. This is a must do for any child that has every dreamed of being a pirate. Disney offers two-hour cruises for children between the ages of 4 to 12 to sail the high seas.

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Upon arrival, each child will be suited up in a life vest and receive his/her very own pirate bandana. Scallywags will board a pirate pontoon boat and be lead by at least two Disney cast members on a treasure hunt at various Disney resort ports. Young buccaneers will enjoy hearing pirate legends and discovering pirate treasures based on various clues along the way. Each child will receive a bag of treasures to keep.

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Disney has four different pirate cruises to choose from. Reservations are highly recommended for this cruise due to a limited amount of space. All pirate adventures take place from 9:30am to 11:30am weather permitting and include a snack. The cost ranges from $28-$36 per child. Because this adventure is for children only, it is more suitable for those that are comfortable being away from parents for at least 2 hours. Children must also be potty trained.

Albatross Treasure CruiseYacht and Beach Club Resort

Disney’s Pirate AdventureGrand Floridian Resort & Spa

Island of the Caribbean Pirate CruiseCaribbean Beach Resort

Bayou Pirate CruisePort Orleans Riverside Resort

I would love to help you plan your next magical vacation to Disney World. Contact me today for a no obligation quote.

Michelle Terry

MichelleT@travelwiththemagic.com

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It’s A Pirate Life for Me!

 I love Disney and everything about it. Well there is one thing that I think they have fallen short of. They don’t have a lot of special things aimed at the male gender. I am the mom of a lovely princess and a very busy pirate. So that had me thinking. When we visit Disney everywhere you look there is Princess themed areas, there are even three character dining experiences for the princess lover in all of us. Don’t get me wrong I love the princess stuff especially since one day I hope to be one.


So back in 2008 I started to think about our next Disney adventure. When would we go and where would we stay. In the past we had done the All Star Movies resort and Pop Century. This time I wanted to do something a little different. I had heard and seen the new Pirate rooms that were opening at Caribbean Beach Resort in 2009. So I thought to myself, what a great thing for your little pirate to experience, a room for the Pirate in all of us. I booked a standard view Pirate Room at Caribbean Beach Resort for Sept 2009. I could not wait to get to experience it with my family.


The rooms at Caribbean Beach are divided into six sets of buildings named after islands in the Caribbean. There is Trinidad North, Martinique which are the Preferred rooms located closest to the main building Old Port Royale. Then there is Aruba and Jamaica located across the water from the main building. Last are Barbados and Trinidad South. All of the rooms in Trinidad South are the Pirate themed rooms.


Each room is 300 square feet of Pirate fun. The beds look just like Pirate ships and everything in them is pirate themed right down to the bed side table. You can get a pirate standard view or pirate water view. We chose the Pirate Standard view room and it was great. We were a few steps from the bus stop and the quiet pool. I have heard from others that they wished that Pirate rooms were closer to Old Port Royale but we did not have an issue at all.


One of the other great things about Caribbean Beach resort is the main feature pool area. It is totally Pirate themed complete with two slides. It is a zero entry pool which is great when you have little pirates just getting their feet wet for the first time. There is also a great kiddie’s water play area that has a giant bucket that pours water down on all ye swashbucklers below.
We really loved our stay at Caribbean Beach Resort and I would recommend the Pirate rooms to anyone who has a little pirate in their family


For more information on Caribbean Beach resort or any other Disney Destination contact me Laure Simms at laure@travelwiththemagic.com or toll free at 1-888-214-6954. Have a Magical Day!!!