I recently spent a few nights at Disney’s Vero Beach Resort in Florida. This is a DVC or Disney Vacation Club property and if you are not sure what that is then you can click here. We had never stayed at this resort before and it was very nice. The lobby and pool area are very nice. The gem here is the beach and it was spectacular. We checked in late in the day so our room was ready. We were in the Inn or main building on the 4th floor. The view from the room was of the pool and the ocean and we could sit on our balcony and enjoy it. The room was clean but it is showing its age and could use an update. We got settled in and then went for a walk on the beach before heading out to get some dinner.
View from our room
They do alot of conservation work with Sea Turtles. As we walked along the beach there were Sea Turtle nests all over the place. They nests are marked and there is signage at the resort, on your way to the beach, and at the beach reminding you NOT to disturb the nests. The next morning they were releasing two large Sea Turtles into the ocean. My husband and son got up early to get a great spot to watch it.
The resort offers umbrellas and beach chairs for a fee. You can stop at the Green Cabin which is right before you walk down to the beach and you can pay there. The Green Cabin also has jet skis, kayaking, and other activities. (all at a cost)
Here is the path from the main building to the pool and then to the beach. It is a short walk to everything.
We did use the pool that night but not for very long. The pool was always very busy during the day and there was music and games during certain times of the day. They have a schedule at the pool. They have tons of seating at this pool. They have a pool slide and a Tiger Lilly splash area for the younger kids.
Bleachers offers food and drinks that you can purchase.
Here is the Tiger Lilly.
Next to the pool they have a small arcade, steam room, Anchors a-weigh fitness room, and Eb and Flo’s Rentals.
At Eb and Flo’s you can rent balls, racquets, pay for the mini golf, beach towels, bikes, and other sports equipment. We did play the mini golf it was $2 per person because we are not DVC members. It is only nine holes but it was a cute course and it was fun.
I walked around the lobby and took some photos and noticed they did have a full service Spa. I did not go in or have a treatment. We only stayed for two nights and then we headed back to Disney World and the Boardwalk Villa Resort. It was a nice way to spend two nights but next time I would want a one or two bedroom villa.
For more information about Disney’s Vero Beach click here.