Disney's Vero Beach Resort opened on October 1, 1995. This resort is located on Florida's gorgeous Treasure Coast and features many activities to satisfy everyone in the family from watching sea turtles nesting during certain times of the year to boutique shopping and some of Florida's top golf courses.
The resort also features Character dining, casual dining, as well as two lounges. The Mickey-shaped feature pool is home of the Pirate's Plunge pool slide and Tiger Lily—a child-sized treasure ship. There is even a 9-hole miniature-golf course, too!
Vero Beach has 18 dedicated 2-bedroom villas, 36 Lockoffs (each of which can be divided
into a studio and a 1-bedroom), six 3-bedroom Beach Cottages, and 112 Inn rooms.
The Deluxe Inn rooms are designated as Garden View (vegetation and parking views)
and Ocean View. There are a total of 10 buildings. The resort is very small and everything is a very, very easy walk.
Room and Villa Descriptions
Disney's Vero Beach Resort offers Deluxe studio units as well as one, two, and three bedroom beachfront cottage accommodations. The interior furnishings can be described as beachy with lighter woods and warm, earth-tone fabrics. All Villas offer complimentary wireless internet.
Seagrape is located adjacent to Wind & Waves Grill and on Saturday mornings from 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., guests can enjoy a character breakfast that features a series of fun activities planned just for kids.
On select Monday evenings, a Pirate Night Dinner event takes place. Pirate-inspired meals are served while Pirates from the Barbary Coast to the Caribbean stop by for a swashbuckling good time.
The Green Cabin Room is a lounge offering a great view and comfortable spot to enjoy cocktails and light fare. The décor is inspired by a 1618 Spanish galleon, the San Martin, said to be shipwrecked just offshore.
Mickey-Shaped Pool - with Pirate's Plunge pool slide
Tiger Lily - a child-sized treasure ship
Movies Under the Stars - guests can watch favorite Disney films in the fresh evening air by the Sandcastle Pool Deck
Community Hall - board games, card games, and arts and crafts
Campfire Activities - roast marshmallows by the fire as the sun sets
Kids' Activity Programs
Disney Discovery Club - ages 4-12
Teen Center - ages 13 to 19
Turtle Tracks - ages 6 to 17
The Spa at Disney's Vero Beach Resort
Anchors A-Weigh Fitness Center
Island Grove Packing Company - groceries, sundries, Resort apparel, and Disney merchandise
Tennis, golf, miniature golf, watersports, and games
Eb & Flo's Recreational Equipment Rentals - for more details and pricing, call (772) 234-2116.
Bocce game sets
Table tennis equipment
Mini golf equipment
Disney does not provide transportation to Disney's Vero Beach Resort. Guests can arrange transportation using one of the Vero Beach transportation companies, but they can be very expensive. Aditionally, the resort is very small and most folks visiting want to go see some of the sights or go to off-site restaurants. For these reasons, it's a good idea to rent a car.
Most folks fly into Orlando (95 miles). Other options are North
Palm Beach (81 miles), Sanford (114 miles), and Fort Lauderdale (130 miles).
There is under-building parking under the Inn and the 3 buildings with
the 2BRs and lockoffs. There are small parking lots next to the buildings, but there is no parking next to the 3BR Beach Cottages. Overflow parking is available across
Highway A1A which is connected to the resort via an underground
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