Photo Tour of a Standard Room at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter
By Dave Shute
(For the first page of this review of Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort, see this.)
PHOTO TOUR OF A STANDARD ROOM AT DISNEY’S PORT ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTER
Standard rooms at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort are about as “standard” as you’ll find at the Disney World’s traditional moderate resorts.*
You’ll find in these French Quarter rooms two queens–standard now at all the moderates except the Pirate rooms at Caribbean Beach; typical furnishings; two sinks–standard at the moderates except for Coronado Springs; and sleeping spaces for four–standard except for the Alligator Bayou section of Port Orleans Riverside and many of the newly-refurbed rooms at Caribbean Beach.
As you enter, you’ll find two queens on one side, in a purple and gold theme
Here’s a shot of these beds from the bath side of the room.
The grace and formality of the decor of the beds is typical of what you’ll find throughout the room, in, for example, the wallpaper border.
Here’s a close-up of the inlay effect.
The three drawers are typical of the moderates, and a little scant for most families–though there’s a large hanging area with a shelf above in the bath. You’ll find the mini-fridge in the dresser, too.
…and the hanging area, along with an iron, ironing board, and safe.
This shows the subtle figuring of the bath curtain.
This review continues here.
*That is, all but The Cabins at Fort Wilderness.
PAGES IN THIS REVIEW OF DISNEY’S PORT ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTER RESORT
- Overview and summary of Port Orleans French Quarter
- Port Orleans French Quarter theming and accommodations
- A photo tour of a standard room at Port Orleans French Quarter
- Amenities at Port Orleans French Quarter
- Dining at Port Orleans French Quarter
- The pool at Port Orleans French Quarter