Christmas at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn is always a real treat! The resort tends to add a little extra holiday flair during the season and it’s worth the visit over to see it during your vacation.
Additionally, I am a little partial to the traditional holiday colors used in Boardwalk’s Christmas decorations. There’s something fun and quirky about the circus-themed elements and the way they are presented in the decor.
The Boardwalk has a true Americana look with the flags and transoms above the entrance. During Christmas that look is highlighted with festive ribbons and lights.
Inside the breezeway, there’s the cutest miniature tree.
Once you step foot inside Boardwalk’s lobby, you’ll definitely know it’s Christmas.
The mirrored transom has a strand of garland.
And there are even arrangements wrapped around the light sconce.
A chandelier with horses and mermaids combined is part of the normal style.
This kind of says, “I’ll take a little garland with my ornaments.”
It’s a happy place.
Boardwalk was the first deluxe resort I ever stayed at many years ago in the early 2000s. And that’s when I was introduced to my all-time favorite resort, the Beach Club, across the lake.
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But I truly don’t have any complaints about the Boardwalk, especially at Christmas.
There is a novel charm here that’s very specific to the property.
Boardwalk’s Christmas decor adds to that charm.
Those that pay attention will notice the details of the resort that don’t necessarily fit the mold.
Normally, guests visit the resort to see the Boardwalk’s Christmas gingerbread display.
Similar to the other resorts in the area, a few of those special items were put on hold this year.
However, Christmas at Boardwalk Inn still turned out well.
The wooden rollercoaster set behind the tree is worth a closer look if you get a chance to visit. It’s present year-round.
Here are a few close-ups of the tree.
This one turned out kind of fun.
I feel like I’ve had a lot to say about all of the other resort’s Christmas decorations. But these kind of make me smile.
And leave me speechless.
Additionally, outside on the large green lawn, you’ll find the Boardwalk’s outdoor Christmas tree. It lights up really pretty at night if you are in the area. I enjoy taking a stroll around Crescent Lake anytime I can get over that way.
If you are staying at one of the Skyliner resorts, you can easily take a ride over to Epcot and then disembark for an evening walk around the area. Christmas is the perfect time of the year to spend a little extra time at the resorts.
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For the other Disney World Resort Christmas reviews on the site try these:
- Tour the Wilderness Lodge at Christmas
- Disney’s Polynesian at Christmas
- Grand Floridian at Christmas Photos
- Christmas at the Animal Kingdom Lodge
- A Merry Yacht and Beach Club Christmas
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Merry Christmas from Disney’s Boardwalk!