We don't know if you've noticed, mateys, but we're a little obsessed with all things travel- and pirate-related. That's why we just had to put together a list of the best pirate-themed places to stay around the world—just in time for Talk Like A Pirate Day. From luxury navigator suites to actual ships to full-on pirate villages, you should check out all of these places for your next expedition.
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney World, Florida
Why Visit? We love Pirates of the Caribbean just as much as the next buccaneer, so we're obsessed with the film references hidden throughout these special pirate-themed rooms. From the treasure map carpet to the "rum barrel" fridge, kids—and kids at heart—will love sleeping in pirate ship beds after long days at the parks.
Pirate A-Frame Villa
Ocean Shores, Washington
Why Visit? This villa is located a short 10-minute walk from the beach (where you've presumably docked your ship). We love the touches of pirate decor blended with cabin charm. The same property has Hawaiian, Medieval, and Egyptian villas as well, so consider it as a spot for a family reunion.
Why Visit? Located right near Santa Posa beach, this themed hotel is perfect for families. Enjoy pools filled with slides, stone towers, and caverns, a fanciful facade decorated like a pirate palace, and a tavern-like buffet restaurant.
Caribbean Pirates Getaway
Topanga Canyon, California
Why Visit? This adults-only Airbnb so convincingly captures the essence of a tropical island hideaway, you'll forget pretty quickly that you're actually in California. There's a hot tub for your personal use, a lounging teepee, tiki statues, hidden waterfalls, and more. You have to see the pictures to believe it.
Why Visit? Hold on, we'll be right back. We're planning a trip to this pirate town (!!!) in Norway. Considered one of the best family hotels in the world, it combines modern amenities with authentic details, like flag hoisting, sea shanty singing, and pirate ship rides.
Charleston, South Carolina
Why Visit? The gorgeous interior of this Tiny House Hunters-featured houseboat will make you feel more like a captain than a landlubber. Borrow the property's bikes to head into downtown Charleston, or relax on the deck overlooking the water. You might even spot some dolphins!
Why Visit? You may want to save up all your dubloons to stay in this luxury Pirate Suite on the 11th floor of the Disneyland Hotel. Decorated with both adult- and kid-friendly elements, the 2-bedroom suite is filled with Pirates of the Caribbean prop replicas.
Legoland Florida Resort
Winter Haven, Florida
Why Visit? Just 45 minutes outside of Orlando, Legoland Resort offers rides, a waterpark, and bricks on bricks on bricks. Book a pirate-themed room, complete with bunk beds and Jolly Rogers, to add an extra layer of fun to your trip. Visit in spring 2019 to see the new The Lego Movie expansion!
Mississippi River Pirate Ship
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Why Visit? Who knew that renting an entire pirate ship could cost as low as $300 a night? Sure, you may be on the Mississippi rather than the seven seas, but it'll still be the pirate's life for you and your crew. In addition to some corsair-friendly coziness, you'll also enjoy amenities like WiFi, kayaks, and a fireplace.