If you’re looking for a family-friendly resort in Celebration, look no further than Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club.
For those interested in checking out Corpus Christi Catholic Church (2.7 mi) while visiting Celebration, Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club is a short distance away.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a refrigerator, and Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the resort, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you are looking for a nearby place to eat, Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club is within walking distance of Kenzie's Restaurant (0.6 mi), a popular restaurant in the area.
The staff at Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
First, safety! If you are going in the pools- WATCH your children. There are no lifeguards OR attendants. While we were there, a 4-year old drowned, was revived by a nurse who happened to be at the pool with her family, and then flown to the hospital. A couple weeks before, another toddler tragically drowned in the same pool. Pools are crowded and no one pays any attention to the posted rules. I read that over 50 children have drowned this summer in Florida at resorts and house rentals. The room: We had a 3 bedroom lock-off. The AC does not adequately make it to the second bedroom. The TV in the second bedroom did not initially work, Our sliding glass door was off the tracks, the second bathroom tub drained very slowly, when the deck was washed a large puddle (too big to step across) formed outside our door and was allowed to be there for days even after I requested cleanup multiple times (I eventually used a broom to sweep the water away so no one in our group would slip and fall), the elevator in our building was broken-we were given a 4th floor room. No one told us when it was fixed - I was told the day after it was fixed that “We’re waiting on an elevator company to come look at it.” I had requested (used my benefit as a Diamond Gold member to select a specific unit) a first floor room since my wife had broken her ankle earlier in the year and does not negotiate steps well yet. After reserving on-line, a couple months later I was told the room was not available. I was assured they had elevators and all would be well. A manager named Ohan did contact me after I left a poor mid-stay review and took care of things. He also comped a cabana rental for us, but so far has not been able to restore my room selection privileges. Oh, the cabana! I think a black cloud was following us. Our first selection had no power. The staff ended up replacing the GFCI outlet to restore power. Cabanas are nice for shade but the walls are solid and don’t allow a breeze through. When we had first arrived, I observed an oil pan with used oil, filter, and funnel sitting outside a room. Things that make you go hmmmmm.…
Nice to have a three bedroom and price was reasonable but the rooms are very dated, some of the outlets were not safe, shower stall was slippery, some small bugs on the one dresser of the bedroom. Wanted you to take a timeshare tour but after seeing the room the first night I knew that I would never pay money to stay in anything like this again. Not impressed.
Mystic Dunes is part of Diamond Resorts and they are a SCAM. They charged my CC $150 after my stay - UNAUTHORIZED by someone in "marketing" on their property. They have a whole scamming method where they charge you, call you, ask you to book your vacation, and then pitch their time-share services. I cannot reach ANYONE to refund me. We stayed here for our friend's wedding - beware!
My husband and I spent 4 nights here in June. We were able to check in early and that was fantastic. I asked for a room with a patio and the lady said she would give use the best room that she had. When we got to out room I was happy to see slider doors, bad part NO PATIO, seeing it was our first day on vacation I would just let it go, thinking maybe they did not have any. We were on our "Dream Vacation" through diamond. That night we met our neighbors who were not owners and they had an amazing room, With a patio and soaker tub. Needless to say I was very disappointed, but again didn't want to have to move so I did not say anything. the property was very clean. Also while we were there they had a gas leak in our building and we had no hot water for several hours I know this can not be controlled, but we should have been notified sooner then we were! We were VERY impressed with Malik who shuttles you around the property if you request it from the office. He was very prompt, efficient and Kind. We did however encounter another guest that was very RUDE to him and he handled it perfectly. Although the office staff that called him was also very rude on the radio, which I thought was very unprofessional seeing he had guest in his cart. There are several pools and they are all very nice. Depending on where you are you can walk or take the shuttle. The golf course was beautiful, but if you want to golf later in the day keep in mind the pro shop closes at 5PM, My husband was able to golf 1x seeing he had to rent clubs from the pro shop and we happen to get there early. Also went to Kenzie's for drinks and dinner and Will is an excellent bartender. We asked several staff members at the front desk if there was a happy hour specials and all said no or they did not know. We did end up finding out the they do have a very nice happy hour.…
As a owner of a timeshare at this resort, it saddens me to write this review. I have seldom experienced the type of prejudice that my husband and I experienced on our visit this time at our home resort. However it’s not the first that we’ve experienced it here. Let’s start at arrival. My husband requested a top floor. Jennifer told us we would have to wait until the next morning. In addition, she charged us a $200 deposit. My husband proceeded to question this because we’ve never been charged this amount. She explained that the terms of the deposit had changed. It must have only changed for minorities because when my husband went in the next morning to change rooms they charged a white family a dollar. Yes, a damn dollar. The wife was so shocked she questioned it. The rep reply that it was correct. “We make it very easy.” My husband instantly asked for a manager. He spoke with Ricardo, who had a lot of excuses including they were owners and that we didn’t book through our ownership system. My husband said I told Jennifer I was an owner and she could have verified it. Ricardo immediately refunded the deposit and credited us two days a in resort fees. In my opinion, this was to try to ￼appease us. My husband asked for the corporate office number. We later found out that the white family wasn’t owners. Prior to speaking with Ricardo, we were questioned why we wanted to change rooms, who we spoke to, etc.. to be told that Jennifer could have given us a higher room at check-in but now no too floor rooms were available. My husband explained that he had to wake up at 5AM each morning and couldn’t be up all night dealing with kids walking over our heads. Ricardo told us he was putting us in a building with no kids so it should be an issue. Wrong!! The person above us walked all night including playing the guitar in the early morning hours. We were frustrated to say the least but decide not to worry about it. Check out day, we asked for extension since my husband last event would end later. He didn’t want me to have to find something to do. Ricardo had no flexibility even after all the issues that we experienced. I would be unjust not to mention that the first room was dirty. The tub was full of hair and the floors were extremely dirty. Ricardo was aware of this as well.…