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Master Bedroom and Bath Kidani Village at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas

By Dave Shute

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The master bedroom and bath are the same in Two Bedroom and One Bedroom Villas at Kidani Village.

These rooms completed a refurb in 2017, with walls lightened, fabrics simplified, and more power points added. This photo tour is of a refurbed room.

Because unlike most DVC villas the living/kitchen/dining space has its own bath, the master bath is not meant to be shared, simplifying the design challenges and allowing for a much more spacious layout to the master bath.

You enter directly into the master bedroom from the living area, and find the bath on one side.

The bath has a central sink, with the other features on either side–note for example the toilet in a dedicated space to the right.

The closet is also on this side.

The other side has the largest DVC shower other than that at the Villas at the Grand Floridian.

Also on this side is the tub.

The master bedroom has a king bed and  easy chair on one side.

A closer view of the bed.

The bed side from the back.

Bedside tables on either side add storage.

…and power points.

The easy chair shares this side’s bedside table, lamp, and power points. .

The other side of the room has a TV/dresser combo, desk, and luggage rack.

This side from the back.

A closer view of the desk.

The dresser and TV. The TV is much smaller than the one in the living room. Note the power points on either side under the TV.

Dresser storage. There’s no shortage of storage in this room…


This review continues here!


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