Housing and Meals

Housing

The outside entrance to the Disney Caribbean Beach Resort.
A look inside the pirate-themed bedroom.
The blue poolside at the Disney Caribbean Beach Resort.

All KSU Disney Interactive Entertainment program students will enjoy double-occupancy (two queen bed) rooms in the Disney Caribbean Beach Resort. The KSU Disney Interactive Entertainment Program focuses on how Disney creates customer-centered experiences. Every aspect of your Disney experience will be part of your learning activities —including your stay in the Caribbean Beach Resort. This Disney resort features themed island buildings and areas, numerous restaurants, shopping/markets, beachside activities (including campfires, beach volleyball, and jogging trails), and six different pools. You will be in the heart of the full Disney experience, staying on Disney property the entire trip, with all Disney amenities and world-class service.

Given that the KSU Disney Interactive Entertainment program focuses on how Disney creates customer-centered experiences, your stay in the Caribbean Beach Resort will be part of your on-site learning activities. From check-in to check-out, branding, marketing, theming, attention to detail, the hotel accommodations themselves will be part of your educational experience. The KSU faculty guides will be in the resort with you and on hand to provide on-site discussions and homework for you while in the resort.

 

Meals

A cheeseburger from Cosomic Ray's Starlight Cafe.

A family of guests enjoying a meal at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo restaurant.

A dish of grilled beef and rice served at Satu'il Canteen in Pandora.

Part of a grand Disney experience is enjoying the many dining options available throughout the Disney theme parks and resort. You will explore the customer-centered approach that Disney provides as part of your learning, and this includes their food service options.

All meals will be included in the program. Starting with lunch upon arrival on Sunday, June 7 through breakfast on departure day, Friday, June 12. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be inside the theme parks and in the resort hotel.

There will be vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian, and allergen-friendly options (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish) available.

Walt Disney World® Resort Restaurants from itinerary:

Apply Today
©