The theme here, in a property split between DVC owners and nightly trade, is ostensibly turn-of-the-20th-century Atlantic City (not tatty, present-day Atlantic City), which translates to touches such as a miniature carousel in the lobby, vintage flip movie viewers in common areas, and beachball-patterned carpets in the halls. Rooms are recently renovated and a fair 371 square feet. The Luna Pool’s 200-foot slide evokes a wooden roller coaster, but I prefer the quieter, tucked-away pool near Building 1 on the east side of the property. You might hit the Belle Vue Lounge to buy bagels, muffins, and coffee in the morning and cocktails in the evening, but really, you stay here because the baked goods and ice cream of the BoardWalk are right outside and the side door to Epcot is a 10-minute lakefront stroll away.