On our last trip, we had the pleasure of staying in a Deluxe Room on Club Level at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. Some Disney Magic upgraded us to this room from what we had actually booked (outer building with garden view)! Thanks so much Disney! In this article, we’ll breakdown the room itself. We’ll have more on the resort and Club Level later.
This was the first time we had ever stayed in a non-ordinary room at a Disney resort. The Deluxe Room, room 4422 in the Main Building of the Grand Floridian, was much larger than an ordinary resort room. While the features of the room were much the same, the room layout was larger and more functional. This particular room was at the corner of the building, which may have changed its layout compared to others.
When you open the door, you enter a well sized foyer with a beautiful light fixture. To the left is the bathroom; straight ahead a closet; to the right, the entrance to the main living area; and on the right wall, a wet bar. The separation of the bathroom from the main living area was very welcome and quieter for the kids. The wet bar featured a K-Cup coffee maker and sink. The sink was very useful for washing and storing baby bottles. The bathroom features two doors. At the far end is the actual bathroom with a toilet and tub/shower combo with its own door. Next is a separate room with its own door with two vanities and well appointed toiletries. A hamper is also provided to store used towels. This is something we had not seen at another Disney hotel so far, but a little touch that helps keep the room cleaner.
When you first enter the main living area, you are struck in awe by the difference in size compared to a normal room. To the left are two elegantly fixed queen beds; to the right, in a well separated space, is a living room area with a couch, lounge chair with ottoman, dresser, desk, and large television. Inside the dresser is a refrigerator. This area being separate from the sleeping area really gives you room to stretch out and for the kids to play. On the far side of the room is a sliding glass door leading to the balcony. With the room being on the corner, it featured an extended balcony with two side. From this particular room, the view featured the Grand Floridian splash pool, the Seven Seas Lagoon, Grand Floridian Vacation Club Villas, and Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Talk about a relaxing place to hang out after a long Disney day!
Overall, our Deluxe Room at the Grand Florida Resort and Spa was the perfect picture of Victorian elegance. The theme, from the wallpaper to the pillows to the curtains, features just so many small details. Its large size gave our new family of four plenty of room and we loved spending the evening relaxing on the balcony. We just hope that on a future Disney trip we are lucky enough to be upgraded to a room like this again!
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