Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is one of the fanciest hotels in Walt Disney World (and is also one of the priciest!). It is one of the three resorts on the Monorail Loop and is within walking distance of Disney’s Magic Kingdom through the Grand Floridian Walkway.
Today, we’re taking you on a tour of a room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort!
This resort is full of tropical palm trees, stunning views, and lush greenery.
There are two pools for you to enjoy, as well as several fine dining locations, such as Citricos, Narcoossee’s, Victoria & Albert’s, and a character dining location (the latter two are not currently open).
Inside, there is a grand lobby and plenty of seating!
The resort is full of elegant Victorian Era details and soft colors, as you can see here.
After exploring the resort, we were ready to head up to our room!
The first thing we noticed when we walked into our room was a huge sliding glass door with a beautiful outside view.
As we entered, we passed a closet with plenty of hangers and extra pillows…
…as well as the bathroom!
As a deluxe resort, you can expect plenty of complimentary H2O+ Beauty products, like this sea salt facial soap, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
There are two sinks with plenty of counter space, as well as a large mirror perfect for getting ready in the morning!
In the main part of our room, there were two queen beds and a pull-out sofa bed.
Our room had minimal decorations, but we did love this swan artwork on the wall!
The bedside table had two large drawers, an alarm clock, and the resort phone!
The bedside table had one USB outlet and one regular outlet.
The beds featured a simple tufted headboard and included plenty of soft pillows!
Across from the beds, we had a nice-sized television, lots of drawers for storage, and additional outlets for charging.
The sofa bed was quite large, and instructions on how to set it up were provided on the counter under the TV. There was also a nice mirror above the sofa bed!
There was also a small desk next to the balcony and a rolling table for additional table space! Can you spot that hidden Mickey on the desk chair?
As we’ve seen in other rooms since Walt Disney World reopened, there were notes on the enhanced cleaning measures being taken within each hotel room.
The view outside was so pretty!
Our balcony had plenty of extra space to stand, but there was also a table and chairs for people-watching!
We could even see a little bit of the water from our balcony!
Back inside, we had to take a moment to point out these teeny-tiny little hidden Mickey heads! It’s the little details that we seem to appreciate the most.
Although there are lots of great dining options at the Grand Floridian Resort, some nights we just want to stay in! Luckily, there is a room service menu full of options!
You can order breakfast, lunch, and dinner from the in-room dining menu, as well as drinks!
Speaking of drinks, our room came with a Keurig machine and plenty of cups for a little morning caffeine before we hit the parks!
One particularly special detail you’ll find in the room? This stunning light fixture!
Our room was full of calming colors and subtle Disney details, but that balcony was the real star of the show! How can you not love that view?
We stayed in the Sugarloaf Key building and felt that the overall room was very nice! We really appreciated the little touches, like the chandelier in the front of the room. The size felt nice and spacious, and our building was pretty close to the main building! Keep in mind, the Grand Floridian is pricey, so it might be worth it for your family to either splurge on a fireworks view, or stay somewhere else to get the most for your money!
Have you ever stayed at the Grand Floridian? Let us know in the comments!
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Disclosure: We were invited by Disney World to stay at Disney’s Grand Floridian for the night as part of a media event. This did not affect our reporting of the hotel — our opinions are our own.