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Photo Tour of a Standard Room at Shades of Green Resort

By Dave Shute

(For the first page of this review of Shades of Green, see this.)


Shades of Green Floor Plan from
Standard rooms at Shades of Green are among the largest at Walt Disney World, and are larger than those in any Disney-owned hotel.

The floor plan is of one of the newer Palm wing rooms.  Magnolia wing rooms have the same stuff, but the couch is closer to the balcony, the beds closer to the bath, and there’s short half walls separating a bit the couch/table area from the rest of the room.

Closet Shades of Green Resort from

At the entry, on one side is the connecting door, and then after that a large closet.

Door Side Closet Shades of Green Resort from

Here’s the door side of the closet…

Room Side Closet Shades of Green Resort from

…and the room side.

Sinks Shades of Green Resort from

On the other side of the entry is the divided bath. One part has sinks, and unlike in many Disney rooms, there’s a door between the sinks and the hall…

Tub Shower Shades of Green Resort from

…then, in their own separate room, you’ll find the tub…

Bath Shades of Green Resort from…and toilet.

Bed Side Shades of Green Resort from

Further down into the room, one side has the queen beds and a table and chairs.

Bed Side from Back Shades of Green Resort from

The beds and table from the other side…

bed Shades of Green Resort from

…a closer view of a bed.

Bedside Table Shades of Green Resort from

The bedside table, with a bit of storage. The black square object is a powerpoint with jacks for four power plugs.  If your laptop’s power cord explodes while it’s plugged into this, it may short out much of your room, including your TV, during the Super Bowl.  I’m just sayin’.

Table and Chairs Shades of Green Resort from

The table and chairs.

Balcony Shades of Green Resort from

At the end of the room is two wide sliding glass doors that open to the balcony. Every room has a full-width balcony.

Shades of Green Resort from (12)

There are no bad views at Shades of Green–here’s the view from the balcony in our Palm Wing room.

TV Side Shades of Green Resort from

The other side of the room has a convertible couch and a long TV/dresser/mini-fridge thingy.

TV Side from Back Shades of Green Resort from

From the other side.

Flip Down Couch Bed Shades of Green Resort from

The couch flips down into this bed.  I measured the bed as 72 inches long by 32 inches wide (it sleeps long–there’s a couple of inches of clearance at the ends). I spent a night on it, and slept fine.

Dresser Thingy Shades of Green Resort from

The TV/dresser/mini-fridge thingy is enormous at eight feet long. The coffee service is on top.

Dresser Storage Shades of Green Resort from

There’s plenty of storage here for the five people the room sleeps.

Mini Fridge Shades of Green Resort from

The mini-fridge is typical except for the small freezer compartment, which is now rare in the Disney resorts.


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