The Walt Disney Suite

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Photos of The Walt Disney Suite at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.  Thank you to AnneMarie for sharing these with us!









A Room With a View


, space Royal Palm club, spaceWith all the construction currently going on at the Grand Floridian, people are wondering where they can stay at the resort and not have a view of the mess, machines, and workers.  Disney takes requests for certain locations, however nothing requested is guaranteed.

If you have a garden view room category booked, Here are some views that may keep you from viewing large equipment and men in hard hats. Request Sago – either side of this building has garden view rooms – you may either face the marina  or a bit of the lagoon and the monorail.    Conch has some rooms facing the marina that are considered garden view.  Also some of the courtyard facing rooms in Conch may be far enough away from the pool that you’d be fine with that view. I would request “Conch, marina view”.   Any garden view rooms in Boca Chica or Big Pine will face the courtyard pool.  Normally a beautiful view, but right now a mess.

All of the deluxe garden view  (turret rooms) face the courtyard pool.  Usually I love these rooms because of their extra space with the little living room area in the turret.

Lagoon view & theme park view rooms are all a good bet.  You’ll be facing away from the centralized construction, with a serene view of Seven Seas Lagoon and/or the monorail and castle, and the other resorts on the monorail line.

Sugar Loaf… “Outer Lodge Club Level”… You have a 50/50 shot at a pretty view of the marina.  If you have requested one of the three turret rooms in Sugar Loaf, you may be watching the work on the pool progress during your stay.

Royal Palm Club – the club level in the main building…. Most of these rooms are “standard views”. The rooms either face the Beach Pool – and the Disney Vacation Club under construction beyond, or the courtyard pool – which is torn apart for a total redo.  The royal palm club theme park view rooms look out over the marina – however with the construction going on below these rooms in Gasparilla’s there may be excessive noise at some points during the day.

Remember, a request is only that…and often my requests seem to dissipate by the time I check in.  I’ve found from my experience it’s pretty much a waste of time requesting anything.  Or maybe I’m just unlucky, however I’ve always lucked out and got what I wanted at check in by asking for it.  So if you are assigned a room location that isn’t what you hoped for, it pays to ask what else is available.


chairs from the Grand Suite at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

Have a grand weekend!

chairs from the Grand Suite at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

Have a seat


Walking down memory lane

Beds at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

The last few days I have been going thru my Disney pics to organize them so I can share them with my gals at Travel with the Magic.  I came across these pics of the rooms at Disney’s Grand Floridian back in 2006 before the rooms were refurbished.  I like the new rooms at the Grand but I did love old rooms.  I also loved the “white rabbit”  puffs that the mouse keepers used to leave.  This room was in the Sugar Loaf Club Level building and it was on the 4th floor and is a dormer room so there was no couch in the room.