The largest resort on the Walt Disney World' Resort property is the Caribbean Beach Resort with 2112 rooms. The Caribbean Beach is spread out and divided into 5 villages named for Caribbean islands: Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Aruba, and Trinidad (separated into North and South).
Each brightly colored village consists of clusters of 2-storey buildings with 64 guest rooms in each building. Soothing pastel structures capped with brightly colored roofs, accented by white railings, provide both a soothing and yet vibrant atmosphere to get guests into the spirit of the islands. The buildings of Barbados are salmon with pink and teal roofs. The village of Martinique features sea blue with red roofs and pink trim. Bronze structures topped with green roofs are found in Trinidad. Sunny yellow buildings with blue roofs are common to Jamaica and the guests of Aruba will be housed in pink and purple with teal roofs.
The villages surround a 42-acre lake. In the midst of the lake, you'll find Parrot Cay Island. As the name suggests, the island is stocked with an aviary of colorful tropical birds. As you meander along this 1 acre island on the nature trails, you will enjoy the peaceful, relaxing ambiance commonly found in the Caribbean. A large playground for the children is found here as well. The island is connected to the mainland by footbridges.
Check-in, Guest Services and Bell Services are found in the Custom House, a separate building found near the front entrance of the resort. The architecture of this reception area features many of the elements found in the government buildings of the Caribbean Islands with its verandahs, tile floors and canopies.
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