Review: The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Page 3
By Dave Shute
(For the first page of this review of the Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian, click here.)
PHOTO TOUR OF THE MASTER BEDROOM AND MASTER BATH IN THE VILLAS AT THE GRAND FLORIDIAN
The master bedroom has two entrances–one from the living room, and one from the divided master bath. See the floor plan below.
The result is that
- Those sleeping in the living area can use the master bath without entering the master bedroom (unlike in other recent DVC designs, there’s no third bath aimed at those in the living room), and
- Those in the master bedroom can exit the master space without interrupting sleeping people in the living area.
The master bedroom is large, but other than having tons of storage space, is not otherwise exceptional.
Here’s a closer view of the desk. The art above was the only reference to Mary Poppins in our room. I’ve seen photos of other rooms on the web with a few more Mary Poppins references–but even those added posters and such are too subtle to really call these rooms “Mary Poppins-themed.”
I found this odd at first–a tad too bidet-like–but got over my philistinism and ended up quite enjoying it! But the air jets then fired off and on randomly–with no water in the tub, nor any new buttons pushed–for an hour after my trial.
So maybe the tub found me odd in turn…
PHOTO TOUR OF THE KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING SPACE IN THE VILLAS AT THE GRAND FLORIDIAN
This review continues here!