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Special Rooms – Little Mermaid

By September 26, 2019 No Comments
Staying on the Disney property has plenty of advantages.  From early or late park admission to complimentary transportation during the entirety of your stay, it really does pay to stay on the grounds.  For some, the lodging arrangements are simply a place to keep the suitcases and rest their heads for only a few hours.  For others, the rooms must be state-of-the-art and feel as close to home as possible.  But there are other rooms that are hot commodities because of the special theming.  And that is where we find ourselves for the next few weeks.
Welcome to Believe Vacations Weekly Post where today, we’ll begin a fun series looking at some of the special rooms available for you to stay at during your Walt Disney World stay.  Today, we’ll take a look at the Little Mermaid rooms which are located at the Art of Animation resort.  We’ll give you the highlights, the positives, the areas we think need improvement, some visuals and our best recommendations for why you would want to make that room your home for the entirety of your stay.  So let’s go under the sea…


As we mentioned, the rooms are found at the Art of Animation resort.  Instantly, you’ll notice the first down-side to these rooms in that they are the furthest rooms away from the main lobby, food court and shuttle pick-up station.  But all is forgiven because this entire section of the property is adorned with huge figurines from the movie including Ariel and King Trident.  You’ll also notice that like the majority of all Value Resorts, these rooms have exterior entrances.  As a nice little touch of theming, the placard that indicates your room number is a seashell.

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Brian Pavlick

Brian Pavlick

Brian Pavlick is a husband and father residing in Maylene, AL. His love of Disney goes back to his early memories of watching the New Disney Channel on cable, occasional vacations to Orlando Florida and attending Disney Institute Management Training classes. He keeps up with Disney news and updates by reading numerous websites, experiencing attractions by watching YouTube videos and introducing his family to classic and timeless Disney movies, attractions and songs.