Previously, I shared my top picks for Deluxe Studios and One Bedroom Villas among the DVC resorts. This time around, I’m looking at the Two Bedroom Villas at Walt Disney World. Two Bedroom Villas are either dedicated villas, meaning they are a standalone two bedroom unit, or two bedroom lock-offs, meaning that they are comprised of a One Bedroom Villa connected to a Deluxe Studio. The type will vary among resorts. For example, the BoardWalk Villas only has lock-offs and does not have any dedicated Two Bedroom Villas.
Since the two bedroom layouts can vary, here are my top picks for Two Bedroom Villas based on their unique features. Note that although the Cascade Cabins at Copper Creek and Bora Bora Bungalows at the Polynesian technically have two bedrooms, I think that they’re unique enough that they can’t be compared to the usual two bedroom units, so they are omitted from this list.
Old Key West Two Bedroom Villa Near Hospitality House
At 1,395 square feet, these villas are the largest Two Bedroom Villas available and come close to the size of some small houses. The villas are still considered recently renovated, so everything feels fresh. The kitchen and living room is spacious enough for a larger travel party, and the patios with dining tables and chairs make for a nice relaxing space to enjoy a meal. I specified near Hospitality House for the more convenient location. Old Key West is a large resort to get around if you don’t have a car. If you’re near Hospitality House, you can walk to the amenities like the lobby, Olivia’s, the community hall, ferry to Disney Springs, and Conch Flats General Store.
Bay Lake Tower Theme Park View Two Bedroom Villa
The Two Bedroom Villas at Bay Lake Tower made this list for many of the same reasons the One Bedroom Villa made the top 5 one bedroom list. The layout is spacious, and the Bay Lake Tower Two Bedroom Villa is one of the few two bedrooms with the third full bathroom, which is a huge perk. The two bedrooms also have plenty of storage space. As with the top 5 studio and one bedroom lists, I’m going with the Theme Park View to enjoy Happily Ever After from your balcony with the piped in music from the TV (channel 105).
Boulder Ridge Villas Two Bedroom Villa
Since the previous top 5 lists came out, Boulder Ridge has had its long-awaited refurbishment, and I think the resort deserves a spot on this list. The refreshed decor looks more modern but still feels true to the Pacific Northwest theming. Most of the villas now also have the Murphy beds in place of the sofa beds in the living room. Nevertheless, some of the villas on the higher floors have sofa beds due to the sloping wall on these floors.
The Copper Creek Two Bedroom Villas sleep up to 8 guests just like those at Boulder Ridge. However, the Two Bedroom Villas at Boulder Ridge are slightly more spacious at 1,080 square feet versus 1,051 square feet at Copper Creek. Compared to the monorail resorts, Boulder Ridge is also a great point savings for a Magic Kingdom resort.
Disney’s Riviera Resort Standard View Two Bedroom Villa
I personally love all the Crescent Lake resorts and still feel like they have the better location, but when we’re talking about the Two Bedroom Villas, Riviera is the one to pick for an EPCOT resort. The beautiful Two Bedroom Villas are larger than the ones at the Beach Club and BoardWalk. Plus, until the refurbishments are complete, the Beach Club and BoardWalk two bedrooms can feel dated in comparison to Riviera’s.
Unlike the BoardWalk, Riviera offers both dedicated Two Bedroom Villas and lock-offs. Riviera’s Dedicated Two Bedroom Villas can sleep up to 9 people without the need for the ninth guest to bring their own bedding thanks to the pull-down bed underneath the television in the living room. The lock-offs can sleep up to 10 people since you can sleep up to 5 people on the studio side and up to 5 on the one bedroom side. I’m specifically listing the Standard View here not only for the lower point value, but for the view. While the Standard View villas overlook the parking lot, at night some of them have fireworks views.
Animal Kingdom Lodge Savanna View Two Bedroom Villa at Kidani Village
As with the One Bedroom Villas, the Two Bedroom Villas at Kidani Village have a slight edge over their Jambo House counterparts due to square footage (1,173 square feet at Kidani Village compared to 945-1,075 square feet at Jambo House) and the extra full bathroom. Those at Jambo House have two full bathrooms while those at Kidani have three full bathrooms. In addition, the Two Bedroom Villas at Kidani Village can sleep up to 9 adults while those at Jambo House can only accommodate up to 8. The balconies in the Kidani Village Two Bedroom Villas are very large and extend from the master bedroom side of the villa to the living room and on to the second bedroom. To take advantage of this huge balcony, I chose the Savanna View, so you can start your day with one of the most incredible views on property!
Let me know: Which are your favorite Two Bedroom Villas among the DVC resorts at WDW?