PHOTOS: Tour a $1,200 Fireworks View Disney World Hotel Room With Us!

It isn’t just Magic Kingdom that turned 50 years old last year — some of Disney’s hotels ALSO hit the big 5-0.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

That includes Disney’s Contemporary Resort, which, yes, was built way back in 1971. This monorail resort has seen a few changes since then, most recently with Incredibles-themed rooms, and we just stayed there recently to see how those new rooms stack up!

Resort Atmosphere

Disney’s Contemporary Resort feels just like its name says — contemporary.

Front desk

The newly renovated lobby feels ultra-modern, but there are still some nice Disney touches like Mary Blair-inspired artwork everywhere.

Modern

Of course, here’s where you can also still see Mary Blair’s mural.

The Mural

This is a Monorail resort, and the hotel’s recent redesign doubles down on that — there’s even artwork of the Monorail in the elevators.

Monorail artwork in the elevator

Speaking of the Monorail, the hotel is just a short ride away from Magic Kingdom, and that’s its biggest selling point: location, location, location. It’s also loads of fun knowing that the Monorail goes THROUGH the resort itself.

The Monorail goes THROUGH the resort!

There’s also plenty of shopping here, and you’ll find some of Disney World’s most popular restaurants here: California Grill, Steakhouse 71, and Chef Mickey’s.

Room Tour

We stayed in an Incredibles-themed room in the Main Tower with a Theme Park View. The theming becomes evident the minute you step inside, with gold, maroon, and brown colors. The whole look, though, is still very modern.

Let’s peek inside

To the right of the door are two red double doors that open up into the closet.

Closet doors

The closet features everything you might need during your stay.

See the masks at the top?

There’s an extra pillow and blanket

Need extras?

…a blowdryer

Blowdryer

…and a handheld steamer — that’s something you don’t see in every hotel room!

You don’t see this in a lot of rooms!

There are also plenty of hangers

Plenty of hangers

…a luggage rack

Rack for your luggage

…and a cabinet with three drawers.

Plenty of storage

Also, be sure to look at the artwork in the back of the closet — the Incredibles super suits are hanging there!

LOVE the artwork!

Beside the closet is a set of shelves — when opened, there’s a full-length mirror on the inside of the door.

Another closet

Inside, you’ll find the room safe, as well as more storage.

Safe

Beside that are more shelves.

Lots of shelves and drawers

Be sure to check out the fun wall art behind the shelves — this theming is a lot of fun. The top shelf features artwork of cocktail glasses and liquor bottles.

Care for a cocktail?

The bottom shelf features artwork of fun mugs inspired by The Incredibles.

Mugs

So, of course, it makes sense that in front of that is a Keurig Coffee Maker.

You get a Keurig

Beside that is an ice bucket.

Very cool Ice bucket

Underneath is a drawer and cabinet.

Drawer and cabinet

The drawer contains K-Cups of coffee and tea, sugar, creamer, cups, lids, and straws.

Everything you need for your morning brew

The cabinet is where you’ll find the Mini Fridge.

Room fridge

Okay, it’s time to look at the rest of the room, which is pretty spacious. There are two queen beds, as well as a love seat and chair across from the beds. Yes, that is an Edna Mode pillow!

Two beds

flat-screen TV is mounted on the wall opposite the beds, so you can watch from comfort.

TV

Here’s a closer look at the TV.

TV

So remember the love seat?

Loveseat

There’s a pillow on it with the Incredibles masks.

These pillows are incredible!

But more importantly, this love seat converts into an extra daybed!

So convenient!

There’s a small table beside the loveseat — underneath it, you’ll find a footstool.

Footstool

The table has your little Disney World guide/brochure, as well as the remote for the TV — which has been wrapped in plastic after cleaning.

Guide and remote

Beside the chair in the far corner is a round table.

Table

On the other side of the chair is a bin for trash and recycling.

Trash and recycling

You’ll also find this cool triangular table.

Excellent use of space

This is where Disney puts their info. about enhanced cleaning protocols.

Cleaning protocols

Beside that is a modern lamp.

This lamp is so futuristic

Beside each bed is a little sliding table where you can set your phone or anything else you want to keep close.

That’s convenient

Before we continue, let’s take a moment to admire this carpet. It’s just all part of the theming!

This carpet

A table sits between the two beds. There are electrical outlets above it, as well as USB ports. This is also where you’ll find the phone and an information sheet.

Bedside table

The drawer features the standard Bible, but again, it’s the artwork in the drawer that gets your attention. These details are just so great!

Drawer

Above the table is a very cool light fixture with a cityscape on it.

More details

Each bed also has a reading lamp on one side.

Reading lamp

The theming continues on the walls.

Theming

This is the wall where you’ll find the thermostat.

Thermostat

How about a tour of the bathroom? To the right, you’ll find these double doors.

Let’s check out the bathroom!

Through the double doors, you’ll find the toilet, along with some artwork of Jack-Jack!

Inside the bathroom

You’ll find bath towels and hand towels hanging on the back of the door.

Extra towels

The other side of the bathroom has the bath/shower, as well as a large vanity mirror with two sinks.

The other side

Underneath the sinks, you’ll find towel racks, extra towels and washcloths, and a trash can.

Everything you need

You’ll find facial tissues near the right-hand side sink.

Right sink

All your H20 products, including soaps and lotions, will be in the middle.

H20 products

On the right side of the vanity area is a makeup/magnifying mirror.

Magnifying Mirror

The vanity mirror is huge.

Mirror

There’s a good-sized shower with glass doors.

The shower

If you prefer a soak, there’s also a tub.

Bathtub

Above, you’ll find a standard shower head, along with a handheld shower head.

Choose your showering style

There are refillable bottles for H20 shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.

Refillable shampoo, conditioner, and body wash

The curtains feature The Incredibles doing their thing!

Curtains closed

The sheer underneath the curtains…

The curtains opened

…also has Incredibles theming.

Look at that!

Pull the sheer back and  you’ll find a door out to the balcony.

Door to balcony.

Let’s stop outside and check out the balcony — you’ll find two cushioned chairs and a small table out here.

Comfy balcony

But what’s really impressive is the view.

We can see Magic Kingdom!

As this is a fireworks view room, the view at night is even better. We watched Disney Enchantment from our balcony!

Worth it for this view

So if you’re looking for a room with a fun theme and a view, we could recommend the fireworks view rooms. If you still need help deciding on a room, think about your preferences — do you want a great theme? Do you want a hotel that will help you maximize your time in the parks? Is price a factor?

Once you do decide, we’ve got all the resources you need to plan the rest of your trip: from learning how to use Disney Genie to helping you navigate busy days in the parks. As always, stay tuned to AllEars for even more!

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3 Replies to “PHOTOS: Tour a $1,200 Fireworks View Disney World Hotel Room With Us!”

  1. LOVE these rooms! We did a spilt stay a couple of months ago between Polynesian and these theme park view rooms at Contemporary. My kids preferred these rooms and the resort was better for my mother…way less walking than at Poly.

  2. I like these hotel reviews. This room is too pricey for me but I could maybe afford one of the garden wing rooms at the Contemporary.

  3. Quincy did a great job doing this room review on YT. I love how she gets excited about different characters in the room that she sees.
    These resort and room reviews sure are helping us plan our first trip. Even tho I’m torn between AOA, ASMusic and AS Movies. Lol have a magical day.