Disney's Niche Story Rooms at WDW Resort Hotels

Walt Disney World is known for the exciting and detailed themes of it's Resort Hotels. They not only offer a safe and clean room to stay in close to the Parks but through the magic of Imagineering have a way of transporting you from the reality of Central Florida to exotic locals around the globe and even into the worlds of Disney Movies. Staying "on property" is a truly magical experience no matter where you stay. However, some of Disney's resorts offer special niche rooms that offer just a little bit more flair. These unique story rooms help to keep you in the magic every moment of your vacation.

Disney's Caribbean Beach ResortDisney's Caribbean Beach Resort is Home to Pirates

Pirate Rooms at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

The first of the "Disney Story Rooms" debuted at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort in 2009. The 384 pirate themed rooms are a real treasure sleeping up to four guests in two double pirate ship beds, with sea worthy accessories, canon ports, and swashbuckling decor. A great treat for the would be buccaneer in your party, these masculine rooms are sure to delight any pirate fan. Pirate themed rooms are available with both a standard view (starting from $220.50) and water view (Starting from $248.63).

Pirate Ship Beds for Your BuccaneerPirate Ship Beds for Your Buccaneer

Tiana's Royal Guest Rooms at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside

Fit for a Princess, these beautiful and elegant rooms at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Resort offer treasures left behind by the previous royal guests visiting Princess Tiana such as Aladdin's Magic Capet and Lamp. Romantic and fun the Royal Guest Rooms offer Princess appeal for visitors of all ages. One of the most enchanting special touches are "fireworks" that swirl and explode on the fiber-optic enhanced headboards. Each of the 512 Royal Guest Rooms sleeps up to four Guests in two queen beds. Royal Guest rooms are available with a standard view (starting from $216.00) garden view (Starting from $227.25) pool view (starting from $244.13) and river view (Starting from $249.75).

Royal Guest Rooms are RomanticRoyal Guest Rooms are Romantic

Disney*Pixar Family Suites at Disney's Art of Animation

The newest of Disney's Resort hotels the Art of Animation transports guests into the Movies, with an entire resort of niche rooms focused on blockbuster Disney*Pixar movies like: The Little Mermaid, Finding Nemo, Cars, and The Lion King. Unlike the realistic detailing in the other two nice rooms, each wing of this unique property offers guests a chance to immerse themselves in the world of Disney Animation. Standard rooms, located in The Little Mermaid section only, sleep up to four guests on two double beds (starting from $112.50) and family suites in the other wings sleep up to six people on 1 Queen Bed and 1 Double-Size Table Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa (starting at $283.50).

Cozy Cones in the Pixar Cars BedroomCozy Cones in the Pixar Cars Bedroom

Do you think it would be fun to stay in a niche room at Disney? I'm a Princess fan and would love to spend a night or two in one of Disney's Port Orleans Royal Guests Rooms. If you were an Imagineer, what sort of nice room would you create for guests to enjoy? Let us know in the comments section below!

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*Prices were accurate at time of publication and like all things Disney are subject to change.

Becks534 wrote on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 09:23:

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I would have loved to have Port Orleans Riverside in our wedding room block so we could stay in a Royal Guest Room but it wasn't possible. The Royal Guest Rooms look amazing and I have yet to see a bad review of one. I also wouldn't turn down a chance to stay in one of the family suites at Art of Animation, if only to play with the table bed and other convertible stuff :-D

Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 13:45:

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I was wondering if the Royal Guest Rooms were part of your wedding block. That would have been really fun!

Aileen wrote on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 15:11:

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We stayed in a Lion King suite in November. We LOVED it! We are thinking of going back in October and I don't think we can go back to staying in a regular room. So I think we will be back to Art of Animation.

mimi wrote on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 15:15:

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We have reservations for a Royal Guest room coming up in April! We chose this room because we wanted to go all out Disney, instead of choosing a regular hotel room. I'm super excited!

Kat wrote on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 18:05:

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I LOVE the Royal Guest Rooms: I really wanted to stay in a king bed room for our honeymoon since it's just my husband and I so a RGR didn't work for us (though we are still staying in POR), but I'm sure in the future, especially when kids are involved, we'll definitely try to stay in one!!

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