Disney's Bay Lake Tower is one of the Deluxe Resorts at Disney World. The resort has a total of 428 guest villas in three configurations. All Disney World rooms are non-smoking. Details about the rooms at the resort are below. You can also see more pictures of Bay Lake Tower, including the guest rooms, swimming pools and themed buildings.
Disney's Bay Lake Tower is a Disney Vacation Club Resort, connected to the Contemporary Resort. The smallest room type here is a Studio, which is similar to a junior suite. It has a Queen bed, a double sofa bed, and a kitchenette (with a mini-fridge and a microwave). One odd thing about the configuration: the bathroom sink is outside of the bathroom, sharing a niche with the kitchen sink on the opposite wall.
One- and two-bedroom villas add full kitchens, dining tables, and whirlpool bathtubs in the master bedrooms. They also include high chairs in case you've got a baby in tow. Between the beds and the convertible furniture, the largest of these will sleep about nine people.
The Grand Villa is the largest and most impressive of these villas, with a soaring two-story ceiling in the living room and three full bedrooms. These villas can accommodate about twelve people, although several will be sleeping on pull-out furniture.
All guest villas in Bay Lake Tower have DVD players, high-speed Internet access (for an additional fee), in-room safes that will accommodate a laptop computer, and iron and ironing boards. They add a few things with longer-term stays in mind: a portable crib, a vacuum cleaner, a fire extinguisher. All except the Studios have a washer and dryer. USA Today newspapers are delivered each weekday morning to your room.
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