|The Ken Man contemplates his fate at Beach Club Resort|
The Deluxe rooms are beautifully appointed and plush. They are reasonably sized, kept in excellent maintenence and cleanliness. Some themes are very adult either modern, Victorian or 1920s New England or Atlantic. They come with high thread count linen, too many pillows and cushions and quality furnishings.
|Clockwise: Boardwalk Inn, Grand Floridian, Contemporary, Beach Club|
|Two beds, two sinks - all the same|
|The elusive Disney shower cap - found only in the Concierge Level Rooms|
If you're after something a bit "other worldly" and some of that "only at Disney magic" then you need something with more theming.
Like Wilderness Lodge - which takes a historic National Parks log lodge theme - and adds indoor plumbing and Egyption cotton towels. Take a look at the magnificent lobby and public spaces. The five story stone fireplace represents the stratefied layers of the Grand Canyon. And spot the lifesize fake geyser! There is a view of a studio room right at the end.
My pet name for this resort is the "while-der-ness" lodge in honour of the pronounciation used by my Disney town car driver when I stayed in 2009.
Also Squirrel Lodge Standard Rooms have these cool headboards:
|Does not portray the hunting scene from Bambi|
However, if your desire is to wake up, throw open the curtains and be faced by this:
then I've got a different recommendation for you.