Disney has just released photos of the much anticipated Art of Animation Resort Rooms. The latest Disney Value Resort will have almost 2,000 rooms. It will offer both standard rooms which sleep 4 and Family Suites which will accommodate up to 6 guests. Opening in 2012 the Art of Animation Resort is now taking bookings.
Disney’s Art of Animation has four themes which are all taken from popular Disney and Pixar movies.
All of the standard rooms will be in The Little Mermaid section of the Art of Animation Resort.
If you are looking for a family suite to sleep up to 6 guests then you can choose either Disney Pixar Cars, Finding Nemo or The Lion King themed rooms.
Disney Art of Animation Cars Themed Rooms
The Art of Animation suites are a good size at 520 square feet. Each has a master bedroom with a double bed. There is a separate living room with a double sofa bed and single couch bed.
Art of Animation Finding Nemo Themed Rooms
The Finding Nemo family suites in the resort may prove to be the most sought after. Not just because of the cute theme but also because the Finding Nemo buildings are closest to the largest swimming pool on the resort and also closest to the main building which houses the lobby and the quick service dining restaurant.
The family suites at Art of Animation also have 2 bathrooms and a small kitchenette. Perfect for a larger family or group who want value accommodation on Disney World property.
Disney Art of Animation Lion King Family Suites
The Lion King section will no doubt prove to be popular. One of the most successful Disney movies of all time has just been released in 3D so a whole new generation of younger movie fans will be introduced to the story.
Art of Animation The Little Mermaid Rooms
The Little Mermaid section of the resort has 260 square feet of space and can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children. The rooms are not particularly large at 260 square feet but as you can see they are of course wonderfully themed. Rates for the Art of Animation Little Mermaid standard rooms start at $94 per night for a Regular Season weekday night rising up to $179 per night.
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