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  1. Bay Lake (Florida) - Wikipedia

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    Bay Lake is a natural lake about 1 mile (1,600 meters) across and with a depth of 35 feet (11 m), located in Orange County, Florida, in the north end of the Walt Disney World property, in the Disney-controlled city of Bay Lake, Florida, and immediately to the east of the Magic Kingdom.

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  2. Bay Lake, Florida - Wikipedia

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    Bay Lake is a city in Orange County, Florida, United States.The population was 47 at the 2010 census. It is named after a lake that lies east of the Magic Kingdom.All four of the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks, and one of Walt Disney World's two water parks, are in Bay Lake, though all Disney parks in the region have mailing addresses in nearby Lake Buena Vista.

    • 92 ft (28 m)
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  4. Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort | Walt Disney ...

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    View Gallery View an image gallery of Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort Opens a dialog Error: Disney Resort hotels have begun a phased reopening. As we open these hotels, a number of health-and-safety measures will be in place.

  5. Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort | Disney ...

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    Experience the splendor of your Disney Vacation Club Villa at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Enjoy your stay and all of the amenities and recreational offerings available at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, connected to Bay Lake Tower by the convenient Sky Way Bridge—and just walking distance to Magic Kingdom park.

    • 4600 North World Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-8413
  6. The History of Bay Lake’s Discovery Island – World Of Walt

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    Jun 07, 2012 · Today Bay Lake is the home to three different resorts (Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower, and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground), but the little island itself is off limits to guests. It seems unlikely that Disney will allow such a promising piece of land to remain vacant forever.

  7. Disney’s Bay Lake Tower Resort Review - The Unofficial Guides

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    Aug 31, 2020 · Today we take a look at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Located in walking distance from Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Bay Lake Tower is a top notch Disney Vacation Club property.

  8. Review: Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort

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    • Location
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    At Walt Disney World and Disneyland, there are standard hotel rooms you can book through Disney or via third-party sites such as Hotels.com. But there are also villas that are technically a part of the Disney Vacation Club program. When these rooms are not fully utilized by owners, you can use cash to rent them directly from Disney just as you would a hotel room. Most of these Disney Vacation Club (DVC) properties have rooms ranging in size from studios that are similar to standard hotel rooms in square footage all the way up to two- and three-bedroom villas that clock in over 2,000 square feet. While you should always compare prices, the cheapest way to book DVC properties such as Disney’s Bay Lake Tower is often by renting DVC points from an owner. We went through a site called David’s Vacation Club Rentals to secure enough rented Disney Vacation Club points to try out the three-bedroom Grand Villa at Bay Lake Tower for one night. Sadly, this was for a work trip so my kids didn’t...

    Location unquestionably is the best part of staying at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. To get to the Magic Kingdom, you can just walk or take the monorail from the Contemporary Resort located next door (and connected via a bridge). While walking to the Magic Kingdom from Bay Lake Tower is often faster than heading to the monorail (we’ve timed it), the monorail can also take you to Epcot (with a transfer), Polynesian Village Resort and the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

    Even though we booked using rented DVC points via David’s service, we had a confirmation number and booking all in my name that was sent to us directly from Disney. This means you can link the reservation to a Disney My Experience account, get Magic Bands, 60-day FastPass+ reservations and more. Check-in was easy and uneventful, and I was excited to spot my all-time favorite Disney employee, David, working at the desk. (You can read all about him in “Is Disney Club Level Worth It”as he also works in the club lounge at the Contemporary.) David does the most amazing Disney character voices and is a true gem. Given the size of our villa and the very limited number of them available, early check-in was not available, and I was texted when the room was ready at 3:10pm, before a scheduled 4pm check-in time.

    The Grand Villa at Disney’s Bay Lake Tower is a little over 2,000 square feet in size, has two levels (with entrances on both levels), three bedrooms, five beds, two pull-out couches, four bathrooms, a laundry room, full kitchen, balcony, living room and multiple balconies. It oozes I-can’t-believe-I’m-staying-here magic. There’s probably also a partridge and pear tree lurking somewhere in that lineup. On the ground floor is the large living room with floor-to-ceiling windows. We did not book a theme-park view (that costs more), but the view was still pretty awesome — I can only imagine how breathtaking it is with a theme-park view. The living room has chairs, TV, balcony access and a pull-out sofa that you can easily turn into a bed using the linens in the ottoman. Adjacent to the living room is the impressive kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, stove, microwave, island, soap, pots, pans, plates and pretty much anything you would need to whip up an easy breakfast or a three-cour...

    When you stay at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort you have access to the tower’s amenities and also many at the neighboring Contemporary Resort. For example, the tower has its own Cove Pool with a zero-entry area, splash pad, toddler slide and a 148-foot waterslide. I did not see a posted height minimum on either of the water slides. However, if you want to mix things up, you can go to the two pools at the Contemporary (one of which also has a fun slide). You will find lifeguards and free life vests available at the Bay Lake Tower pools and those at the Contemporary.

    Bay Lake Tower has limited food and beverage options within its walls, but lots of options if you factor in those at the neighboring Contemporary. At Bay Lake Tower specifically, you will find the Cove Bar out by the pool that has such options as margaritas, hot dogs, turkey wraps, smoothies, Mickey pretzels and kid meals. At the Top of the World Lounge on the top floor of Bay Lake Tower (where the Grand Villa is located), you will find not only a killer nighttime fireworks view but some pretty nice snacks. I recommend the Bay Lake Sunset drink comprised of vodka, coconut rum, pineapple juice and grenadine (shown above). However, if you want attention, go for the shared Seven Seas Lagoon Cocktail ($24) that lights up, has Swedish fish and tastes a lot like Sprite. Dangerously a lot like Sprite — be careful if you have an early morning planned the next day! For snacks, you will find a cheese board, pretzel, flatbread, shrimp and grits and a truly decadent seven layer cake with salted...

    Staying at Disney’s Contemporary Resortright on the monorail was a dream come true last year. Staying in a three-bedroom Grand Villa at Disney’s Bay Lake Tower this year was a dream I’d never dared to imagine. Make no mistake, this is the extreme high end of Disney and comes with a price tag to match. A family of four could potentially take a full trip to Disney World for the cost of renting this unit for one night. However, if you maximize the available bedding and sleep around 12 people, the off-season rates of roughly $1,400 using rented DVC points may not be much more painful than renting multiple individual hotel rooms at deluxe Disney Resorts. Also keep in mind that you can rent studios through two-bedroom units at Bay Lake Tower for less than the two-level Grand Villa and have all the same park proximity and magic with a smaller price tag. If you are deciding which Disney World (or Disney Springs) hotel is right for you, here are additional TPGreviews: 1. Disney’s Animal King...

  9. Which Disney Resort Is Better, Bay Lake Tower Or the ...

    mickeyblog.com › 2020/11/27 › which-disney-resort-is

    Nov 27, 2020 · The best part of Bay Lake Tower is that you’re a few minutes closer to the Magic Kingdom entrance. Photo: Disney So, Magic Kingdom fans like me will favor Bay Lake Tower.

  10. Buy and Sell DVC | Bay Lake Tower - Disney Vacation Club

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    The curvilinear, crescent-shaped Bay Lake Tower blends modern architectural sensibilities with the trademark visual cues of its influential neighbor, Disney's Contemporary Resort. The interior design of the villas feature granite counters, large windows and backlit corridors that complement the fashionable design of the Resort.

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