Boardwalk Room Categories?


#1

On the room selection tool for the Boardwalk Resort, there are separate categories for "standard view - two queen beds" and "standard view - two queen beds plus daybed." The daybed category lists a total of five rooms throughout the resort. Anyone know the difference? I thought all the rooms had a daybed (a fold-out sofa).


#2

According to the official site, not all standard rooms sleep 5.

There are several options listed:

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/boardwalk-inn/rates-rooms/

2 queen + 1 day bed
1 king + 1 day bed
2 queen
1 king

For water view, there's

2 queen + 1 day bed
2 queen
1 king

I imagine you will only be guaranteed a day bed if you have 5 in your reservation. Otherwise you can request one but not guaranteed to get it.

Also the BC day bed is not a fold out sofa, it's a normal day bed.


#3

I'm guessing the room I want on the room finder is "two queen beds," as opposed to "two queen beds plus daybed." I have scoured the interwebs and have been unable to locate a photo of a Boardwalk standard room without a sofa bed. Also, looking at the Touring Plans write-up of the Boardwalk, it says "Most contain two queen-size beds with hardwood headboards, an upholstered sleeper sofa . . . ." Based on this, I am assuming that the rooms containing a sleeper sofa are not limited to the five on the room finder tool that say "daybed," but rather the (far more numerous) rooms listed as "two queen beds."


#4

what did you end up doing and learning? I am headed there in April, and was wondering exactly the same thing, with just the 5 rooms listed with day bed, thinking maybe the day bed is different/smaller than the sleeper sofa?