I recently had the pleasure of spending a few nights inside Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. This was a first for me, as for whatever reason- I had never taken the opportunity to do so. Being realistic, it was because of the price tag. The Grand Floridian is the flagship resort for Walt Disney World, and with that title come a hefty price tag- I was eager to see if it was worth all the fuss.Upon check in, I was assigned a room in Sago Cay, not far from the Main Building. I was super excited to take the short walk to check out my home for the next few nights…
The Grand Floridian is broken up into buildings. Once you enter Sago Cay, there is a beautiful atrium with sitting area…
My room was on the first floor, facing the water. As you entered, there is a double closet with a safe on your left and the split bathroom on your right:
As you proceed past the entryway and bathroom area, I couldn’t help but notice the massive feel of the room. The ceilings are very tall, the colors are light, and the light shines in on a beautiful day and just highlights it all!
Under the television, you will find a small fridge inside the dresser and there is also a coffee station on the top to your left. The couch doubles as a daybed, ensuring the room sleeps 5 across the additional 2 queen beds in the room.
Walking toward the balcony you will have a desk with a mirror and chair t your right just as you notice the hidden Mickey’s on your balcony window’s sheers…
I found the balcony to be quite large- more than enough room to walk around and enjoy the View:
Ok, I get it now- I am sold. For my family of five- there is PLENTY of room for all of us to fit and not feel cramped. The location and amenities of the resort are outstanding as well and completely justifies the pricetag for those considering a stay here.
For even more on this room, can check out my video on Castle Dreams Travel’s YouTube channel as well.
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