Review: Standard Little Mermaid Rooms at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Continued
By Dave Shute
For the first page of this review, see this.
A PHOTO TOUR OF A STANDARD LITTLE MERMAID ROOM
Standard 4-person Little Mermaid rooms have the same layout and size as the other value resorts. What’s different is the specific decor, and the deep Disney theming that you won’t find in the other values.
Closing your eyes and saying “I believe in orange as an undersea color! I do!!” helps a bit in getting this.
The room has two full beds, with Sebastian and Flounder and Sebastian between them. The “pearls” on the headboards are reading lights.
…and of Sebastian and Flounder.
Towards the end of the beds, there’s a painting of Prince Eric.
The chairs are fun for kids, but cheap looking…
The dresser has the TV above, drawers on one side, and a mini-fridge on the other.
Here’s the drawers and mini-fridge. Note only three drawers. There’s a shelf above the hanging rack in the bath with more storage, and also room for suitcases used for storage on the floor between the fridge and the bath.
The fridge itself has pretty good capacity. The photo above, from an earlier visit, shows it with 17 beers (guess where the 18th one was?). The shelves inside are movable, and removable.
Here’s a closer view of the coat hooks.
The bath has a single sink…
…and a large hanging area to its side, with a shelf above it, and an ironing board, iron, and safe.
The toilet and tub are closed off into their own space. The shower curtain presents the first appearance of Ariel in the room–see this.
BEST AND WORST PLACES TO STAY IN THE LITTLE MERMAID AREA OF ART OF ANIMATION
This review continues here.