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Disney's Old Key West Resort
Disney's Old Key West Vacation Club Resort Hotel.

This page allows you to make reservations, find directions, and submit reviews about the Old Key West Resort.

sun Make An Old Key West Resort Reservation Now

Rather make your Hotel reservation over the phone? Call toll free in the US or Canada: 1-800-573-6351.

Don't forget, you also get rebates on muliple day stays.

This Disney Resort is located 229 miles north of Miami Beach, Florida. If you need transportation to and from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Pompano Beach, take our $35 shuttle bus.

Hotel info

Hotel name: Old Key West Resort
Address: 1510 North Cove Rd., Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 - USA
Categories: Vacation Club Resort, Internet Access Hotel
Rating: 3½-Star
Room Rates: Low season Studios from $269; 1-Bedrooms from $360; 2-Bedrooms from $500; 3-Bedrooms from $1,100; High season Studios from $339; 1-Bedrooms from $460; 2-Bedrooms from $700; 3-Bedrooms from $1,350.
Check in: 4pm, Check out: 11am. Late check-out of 1pm can be requested without an additional charge.


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The Old Key West Resort, reminiscent of Key West in the early 1900s, is a timeshare resort that is part of the Disney Vacation Club. The units at this resort can be rented by Vacation Club members and regular vacationers. There are four types of units at Old Key West:

Studios (376 square feet) are similar to a regular hotel room, with the addition of a small kitchenette. The kitchenette has a toaster, microwave, under-counter refrigerator with small freezer, coffeemaker, and bar sink. All units have a patio or balcony with two chairs and small table. Studio units sleep four.

One Bedroom (1016 square feet) and have a large "great room" with queen size sleep sofa. These units also have a laundry room with a full size washer and dryer. The master bedroom is quite luxurious, with a king bed, chair and ottoman, two nightstands, armoire with TV (drawers under), hope chest with drawers and ceiling fan. One-bedroom units sleep four.

Two-Bedroom (1,322square feet) units are a one-bedroom plus a studio combined. There are two different layouts for the two-bedrooms...the regular or “dedicated” two-bedroom has a second sink and vanity area in place of the kitchenette, and a second large closet in the space that would be the outside entrance for the studio. The "lock-off" layout is simply the one-bedroom and the studio with a door between the two. These units are especially suited for couples traveling together who want some privacy. Two-bedroom units sleep eight.

Three-Bedroom Grand Villas (2265 square feet) are expensive and hard to get. All units are two stories, with the full kitchen, dining room, great room, laundry room, master bedroom and bath, and fourth bathroom on the first floor. The second floor consists of two bedrooms, each with it's own private bathroom and TV. One bedroom has two queen-size beds, and the other is slightly smaller with two double beds. The great room has an open, two-story ceiling, 32" TV and stereo in an armoire, a dining area with four chairs, and queen size sofa sleeper, loveseat, and chair and ottoman. The dining room has a large table that seats eight, connecting to a home-size kitchen.

Resort amenities

Food Court, Snack Bars
Table Service
Pizza Delivery
Swimming pool
Whirpool, Spa
Video Arcade
Children's activities
Gym, Health Club
Jogging trail
Watercraft Rentals
Multilingual staff
Self parking

Room amenities

In-room high speed internet access
Nonsmoking rooms available
Irons, ironing boards, hairdryers and make-up mirrors in each room
Fully stocked minibars
In-room safes
Cable TV with Disney Channel and ESPN
Cribs, refrigerators and microwaves available upon request
Laundry facilities

Kitchens include

Coffee makers
Pots and pans
Electric mixer (upon request)

Free transportation to the Disney Theme Parks, Water Parks and Downtown Disney from Old Key West Resort is available by: Bus and Water Taxi.

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Disney Resort driving directions

From Orlando International Airport: take OIA South. Exit (FL 417S - Toll) to Osceola Parkway West (Exit 3) to Walt Disney World Exits.

From Miami/Ft. Lauderdale: take the Florida Turnpike North to Osceola Parkway West (Exit 249) to Walt Disney World Exits.

From the Daytona: take I-4 West to Walt Disney World Exits.

From the Tampa: take I-4 East to Walt Disney World Exits.

From Interstate 95, U.S. Highway 1 or southbound on the Florida Turnpike: take I-4 West to Walt Disney World Exits.

From northbound on the Florida Turnpike: take Osceola Parkway which connects with U.S. Highway 192 and Walt Disney World Resort.

From southbound Interstate 75: take the Florida Turnpike South to Interstate 4 West to Walt Disney World Resort Exits.

Disney World Resort is just southwest of Orlando, off Interstate 4, west of the Florida Turnpike. Use our Disney World Google Map to find the exact location.

Old Key West Resort is located at 1510 North Cove Rd., Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830. The phone number is (407) 827-7700 and the fax number is (407) 827-7710.

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Disney vacations

The least crowded time to visit is from Labor Day to Thanksgiving and from the week after President's Day (mid-February) to the start of Spring Break (mid-March).

You can definitely make the most of your vacation by staying at one of the Disney World hotels. If you do, you will enjoy special benefits such as Magic Hours, discounts at six Disney World golf courses, and Walt Disney World quality and service.

But if you choose to stay at one of the many hotels near Disney World, you can still visit all of the Disney properties to enjoy the atmosphere, have a meal, or shop. You may be charged for parking, but you can get validated for up to one hour of parking for each $10 you spend while you're there.

Some of the lesser known deluxe priced resorts include Walt Disney's Beach Club, BoardWalk Inn , Contemporary and the Yacht Club hotels.

Disney sells theme park tickets on their website, but you can not print the tickets, meaning you must order early and have the tickets mailed to you.
You can also buy tickets through your local auto club, Disney Store or through a school or work activities office. Many offsite hotels also sell Disney passports at the front desk.

I suggest researching Disney ticket prices in advance, and buy your pass before you get to the park. No sense wasting the first hour waiting in line at the ticket booth.

Points of interest

Magic Kingdom: 4.60 miles / 7.40 km
Epcot: 3.35 miles / 5.35 km
Disney-MGM Studios: 2.90 miles / 4.65 km
Animal Kingdom: 5.85 miles / 9.40 km
Blizzard Beach: 4.0 miles / 6.40 km
Typhoon Lagoon: 1.45 miles / 2.30 km
Downtown Disney: 1.95 miles / 3.10 km
Orlando International Airport: 18.65 miles / 30.00 km

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