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Walt Disney World’s Royal Guest Rooms and Art of Animation Resort Now Available for Booking

17 June 2011 No Comment

We previously told you about some exciting new Disney hotel experiences coming to the Walt Disney World Resort, including the brand-new Art of Animation Resort and the Princess-themed “Royal Guest Rooms” coming to Disney’s Port Orleans – Riverside Resort. Today, guests who are looking to enjoy one of these new experiences are in luck, as Disney announced that booking for these new Royal Guest Rooms and the Art of Animation Resort is now open.

The Royal Guest Rooms, located in Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort, will feature special regal touches, including fiber optic special effects, custom linens and drapes, in-room art, and details fit for a prince or princess. There will be 512 Royal Guest Rooms in total, and they are expected to open in early Spring 2012. The cost to stay in one of these lavish rooms will start at $189 per night.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will be a value-level resort that gives guests the chance to immerse themselves in the world of their favorite animated films. Each section of the resort will be themed to a specific film, including Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Cars, and Walt Disney Pictures’ The Lion King and The Little Mermaid. The resort will feature 800 standard guest rooms and over 1,100 family suites, perfect for larger families traveling to Walt Disney World who need more space. Rates at the Art of Animation Resort will start at $94 per night for standard rooms and $284 for family suites, and the resort is expected to open in early summer 2012.

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