Review: Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

THE VIBE

Disney’s Art of Animation opened its doors for the first time in early 2012, its guests are plunged into a captivating world of Disney Pixar art and entertainment.

SETTING

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is situated next to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

AT THE HOTEL

There are three swimming pools within the resort and four themed courtyards to explore, as well as a jogging trail for those exercise nuts. The Ink and Paint Shop on-site is the perfect place to pick up essential Disney gifts and sundries.

IN THE ROOMS

This gleaming new Disney’s Art of Animation Resort offers 864 The Little Mermaid-inspired rooms and 1,120 suites, designed in the themes of Finding Nemo, Cars and The Lion King. Spacious family suites are designed to comfortably accommodate up to 6 guests and include two separate bathrooms, master bedroom and three separate sleeping areas within the living space, which includes a generously-sized Food & Drink or work table that easily transforms into a comfortable bed. Rooms also feature cable TV with Disney programming, Wi-Fi, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, safe, plus mini-fridges are available.

FOOD & DRINK

The resort’s quick-service Food & Drink venue, Landscape of Flavors offers 5 individual eateries within the food court for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

FOR KIDS

In typical Disney style, children have their own interactive water play area, the Pixel Play Arcade and two playgrounds for meeting new friends. Also, kids will love Movies Under the Stars, where they can watch their favourite Disney films under the balmy Floridian night sky.

1850 Animation Way, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 32830, United States of America

 

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