PHOTOS: We Stayed in the NEW Rooms at the Most Underrated Magic Kingdom Resort Hotel

While we stayed at Copper Creek Villas not too long ago at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort, the main hotel has since reopened to guests again!

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Although the resort has had DVC villas available to stay in, the main hotel officially opened to guests for the first time in over a year this June. The Wilderness Lodge is looking a bit different, though, now that the rooms at the resort have also received a few changes! And, we’re giving you a full tour of the newly refurbished rooms!

The previous rooms had colorful carpets, striped carpets, maroon accents and a bed frame. But, now the darker elements of the rooms that were there before have been switched for a brighter and more vibrant appearance. The carpets have since been replaced for hardwood floors, tying in the rustic cabins that the Wilderness Lodge references.

Room Makeover

The closet slides open reveal hangers, a luggage rack, and extra pillows and bed linens for guests staying there.


Another part of the closet has a safe, where guests can lock up their valuables, and a handheld steamer to straighten out clothing.

Safe and Steamer

Close by, there’s an ice box and Keurig coffee maker with available coffee pods, creamer, sugars, stirrers, cups, and lids.

Coffee Maker

As a welcome gift to guests, the Wilderness Lodge has also provided cookies as an extra treat to visitors.

Cookie Package

A mini fridge is also available to stock full of the drinks and snacks you take home from the parks.

Mini Fridge

The room also has a trash can and recycling area to place waste inside.

Recycling and Trash Bin

Now that the beds have been changed, there are headboards with a wooden appearance and bright white sheets, blankets, and pillow cases.

New Bedding

The headboards have a reading light that can be popped out as you wind down for the evening…

Reading Light on the Bed

…and the beside table also has spots to plug in their electronics or use additional lights. The phone and TV remote are also placed next to the beds…

Bedside Table

…with a Bible inside the drawer for the usage of guests as well.

Bedside Table

Instead of the previous TV cabinet that used to be there, now a chest of drawers has replaced it with a television hanging on the wall.

Chest of Drawers

The chest of drawers has plenty of space, so guests can unpack their bags during their stay at the resort.

Chest of Drawers

There’s also a seating area where guests can dine together at the table…

Seating Area

…or they can pull out the bottom part of the table to make a desk, if you need to send off a quick email or finish up some work.

Pull Out Desk

The new Wilderness Lodge rooms also show off illustrations with appearances from characters like Winnie the Pooh, Bambi…

Pooh and Bambi Artwork

…Chip ‘N Dale, and the Country Bears.

Chip ‘N Dale Decorations

A few signs around the room point to the campsites available on the Wilderness Lodge’s property.

Camp Decorations

The far wall also has a lighting panel that has a colorful, marble design that connects the bedroom…

Colorful Lighting

…to the bathroom and vanity area. The mirror has cosmetic lining…

Bathroom Lighting

…as well as a cosmetic mirror so you can have a closer look at when you’re doing your face care or putting on makeup.

Cosmetic Mirror

The granite countertops have a sleek appearance that is more modern that the other features around the Wilderness Lodge.


Guests have access to Disney’s H20+ body lotion and facial soap to use during their stay.

H20 Products

The cabinets below the countertop also have extra towels and tissues…

Extra Towels

…extra toilet paper and Kleenex…

Toilet Paper and Tissue

…and a hairdryer.

Hair Dryer

The bathroom comes with a bathtub…


…and shower with a movable nozzle.


The shower also comes with H20+ shampoo, conditioner, and body wash in the reusable canisters being put in hotels across the property.

Reusable Bath Products

A trash can is available to guests next to the toilet and toilet paper holder.


Guests are also able to open the new curtains with a leaf pattern to tie in the outdoor element of the resort…

New Curtains

…to sit on the patio area throughout the day.

Seating Area

The separate patios between rooms have a divider so guests have privacy.

Room Dividers

Wow, look at that GORGEOUS view of Wilderness Lodge’s property!

Patio Views

We love how modern and sleek the new rooms look with a fancier appeal to guests staying at the Deluxe Resort. And, as more hotels across the Disney World property continue to open to guests and debut changes, we’ll be sure to give you all the latest details! Stay tuned with AllEars for more Disney entertainment and news coming soon!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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2 Replies to “PHOTOS: We Stayed in the NEW Rooms at the Most Underrated Magic Kingdom Resort Hotel”

  1. I love the Wilderness Lodge…possibly my favorite but I much prefer the original look…this is too modern…the headboards are ugly and the all white bed linens look like a hospital bed. Disney used to have such beautiful bedspreads in all their resorts. So much lost. Before it was warm and rustic but now they’re trying to make it modern and elegant and it’s out of place. Atleast the view is still great.