Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Rooms

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The Grand Floridian rooms are some of the most luxurious Disney vacation options available. Compare to Animal Kingdom Lodge rooms and Polynesian Village rooms.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa has a reputation of luxury, tranquility, and beauty.

The rooms at this amazing Disney resort go a long way to uphold that reputation. Between the incredible décor, views, and comfort, you’ll be tempted never to leave!

There are several types of rooms at Disney’s Grand Floridian, including Disney Vacation Club (DVC) accommodations. While there are multiple buildings at the Grand Floridian, you’ll find that the rooms don’t feel quite so far flung as some of the other resorts. Since the Grand Floridian is a Magic Kingdom resort right on Seven Seas Lagoon, the compact nature of the resort makes sense. This always means regardless of the location of your rooms, you’ll be close to all the Grand Floridian has to offer its guests.

Grand Floridian lobby
Photo by Grace Hoyos

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa Rooms

Standard Rooms at the Grand Floridian

Grand Floridian Room Layouts & Location

Part of the original layout of the resort, the standard rooms at Disney’s Grand Floridian follow one of three simple floorplans. These plans include one king bed with one double-size sleeper sofa, two queen beds, or two queen beds and one day bed. All the rooms sleep between four and five, depending on the layout.

Most of the standard Grand Floridian rooms are in the outer buildings, rather than the main building with the central lobby. These rooms are further divided by view, a common practice at Disney resorts. Standard rooms feature Theme Park View, Garden View, and Lagoon View, with the views of the Magic Kingdom coming at the highest price. It is important when you are booking to be aware of the view you choose. Even if you don’t care what you see off the balcony or verandah, it’s good to know how the view impacts your overall cost.

Grand Floridian Rooms lake view
Photo by Grace Hoyos


Even though these are the standard rooms, you’ll notice increased amenities at the Grand Floridian. Again, this fits with the luxury of the resort, something Disney works hard to preserve.

Standard Room Amenities:

  • Bathrobes
  • Evening turndown service
  • Pool towels in room
  • Coffee maker
  • In-Room Safe
  • Coffee and tea set up
  • Patio or Balcony
  • Triple Sheet Bedding
  • Refrigerator – small

It’s little things, like the evening turndown service, that make you feel like you’re at a five-star hotel (which you kind of are!).

Take a tour of these standard rooms with this video!

Grand Floridian Club Level Rooms

Several of the deluxe Disney resorts have Club Level accommodations – rooms and spaces only accessible to Club Level guests. At the Grand Floridian, these rooms include slightly larger, and this is also where you’ll find the suites. Remember, suites are not the same as the DVC villas, which have more home amenities. Suites will give you more sleeping space and separate rooms, but not the full kitchen and laundry of the villas.

In addition to the normal amenities, Club Level guests also have access to the Royal Palm Club lounge, which serves refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. This is our favorite benefit of Club Level, as it provides guests with another quick dining option, particularly at breakfast time.

Club Level – Standard

These rooms have the same layout as a standard room, you just have the Club Level benefits. The rooms are also on a private Club Level floor. You can also get these rooms with a single king bed rather than one of the other options. We like to do this when travelling just as a couple. No need to take up unnecessary space with an extra bed!

Club Level rooms also have a different color palette, with reds, golds, and browns featured prominently. These warm tones fit with the regal treatment of the Club Level guests, as well as the beautiful red roof exteriors of the buildings.

Club Level Suites

Grand Floridian Rooms Main Building
Photo by Grace Hoyos

The Club Level suites are spread throughout the buildings, including the Main Building, Sugarloaf, and the other outer buildings. These suites range from one bedroom up to the amazing Grand, Victorian, Roy Disney, and Walt Disney suites. Specially named suites are one of a kind, decorated with the theme of the suite in mind. These luxuries come at a cost – the specialty suites can be up to $4,000 a night!

One Bedroom Suites

When you walk into a Grand Floridian suite, you immediately notice the size difference from other Grand Floridian rooms. A spacious entry way connects to a good-sized powder room, which provides the room with an extra half-bath. From there you’ll come into the main space of the room, which includes a large living area and beverage station. It’s nice to have a place to make your morning coffee! Connected to the living room is the bedroom, which can have two queens or one king depending on the suite.

The bedroom space includes its own door to the main hallway, a desk, its own TV and dresser, and separate balcony. These master bedrooms also have their own bathroom, which is where you can find the shower and tub for the suite. If you’re travelling with kiddos, they’ll end up using your space too, but it’s nice to have a spot for yourself when you’re getting ready in the morning.

Check out a one-bedroom suite in this walkthrough:

Two-Bedroom Suites

These suites can sleep up to eight, with a king bed in the master, two queens in the second bedroom, and a sleeper sofa in the living room. You’ll also find a large dining table in the main living space, ideal if you’re trying to feed your party before heading out to the parks in the morning. Near this table is a wet bar with mini-fridge – while it isn’t a full kitchen, the eat-at bar gives you more space for meals and relaxing.

Aside from the extra area in the living rooms and the additional bedrooms, the two-bedroom suite is like the one bedroom. These suites are ideal for keeping your whole party in one space, or if you’re looking to stay in the main building of the Grand Floridian.

Grand Floridian Grand Suite

From the moment you walk in, you’ll understand why these suites are called grand. Even as you approach the room in its secluded section of the hall, or coming off the private elevator entrance, you’ll know you’re in for a treat.

Living Spaces

Walking into the room, instantly you’ll be overwhelmed by the size. The hallway from the entry alone shows off the lavish nature of the room, with a gorgeous powder room immediately on your left. Opposite the powder room is a coat closet, which is nice for storing your suitcases or wet ponchos. We’ve also found these sorts of closets to be idea for putting the stroller, which keeps it out of the living spaces until we need it.

A central sitting room is at the end of the hall, and it looks like something out of a Victorian manor or even a palace. With lush furniture and high ceilings, you’ll wonder if you’re even in Disney World anymore. In the corner of this room is a wet bar with a few stools. That’s where you’ll find your coffeemaker and other beverage supplies.


Connecting to the sitting room is a small hallway that leads to the sleeping spaces, including the double doors to the master bedroom. A king bed serves as the focal point for the room, with a gorgeous headboard fitting with the overall style of the space. The master bedroom attaches to a truly massive bathroom, with long closet space, double vanity, and walk-in shower. The toilet sits in its own space for privacy, as well as a bidet.

The second bedroom holds two twin beds, but there’s still plenty of space. If you’re travelling with kiddos, they’ll be glad to claim their own beds and corners of the room. This room also has an attached bath with a tub-shower combination. While this bathroom is smaller than the master bath, it’s certainly larger than some second bathrooms we’ve seen elsewhere in Disney World.

Want to see a full view? Check out this tour!

Disney & Victorian Suites

The Roy Disney, Walt Disney, and Victorian Suites all have a similar flavor to the Grand Suite. Both Disney suites have two bedrooms, with one twin bed in the second bedroom and king in the master bedroom. Like the Grand Suite, both Disney suites have an attached master bathroom with separate tub and walk-in showers. These suites incorporate touches of the Disney brothers’ lives, including Walt’s love of trains and references to their early years working together.

Check out the Walt Disney Suite here!

In the Victorian Suite, there’s only one bedroom with a king bed. The chaise in the living room folds into a queen-size sleeper, so if you have kids with you this is the perfect place for them. The décor follows a classic turn of the century look, including nods to some of the Disney films that take place during that period. This suite has a tub and shower combo in the main bathroom, fitting with the family model, but there is also a powder room in the entry space. Leading into the master bath is also a small sitting room with Victorian-style chairs, serving as the classic dressing room space. This is also the location of the closet with the complimentary robes to use during your stay.

Walk through the Victorian Suite in this video:

Disney Vacation Club Rooms at the Grand Floridian

Grand Floridian DVC rooms
Photo by Grace Hoyos

Over the last several years, Disney has integrated Disney Vacation Club (DVC) studios and villas into more of the deluxe resorts.

Grand Floridian is no exception, with entire buildings of DVC rooms now available.

Most recently, several standard hotels rooms were converted into the Resort Studios, a new category of DVC studio with fun Mary Poppins flair.

Resort Studios

Again, these are about the size of a standard hotel room. However, the upgrades to the amenities and décor add layers of luxury that even outdo other Grand Floridian rooms. With beautiful blues and golds as the primary colors, these Mary Poppins inspired rooms have a light and airy feel.

When you walk in, the bathroom sits to one side while a vanity and large mirror are on the other. In the bathroom is a gorgeous backlit mirror with floral accents, and a fabulous walk-in shower. The bathroom also has a pocket door, which saves the space of a convention door within the smaller room.

Photo by Grace Hoyos

In the main space of the room are two queen beds, lifted off the ground to provide more storage space. The beautiful headboards match the décor, with a Victorian look that accents the theme. On either side of the beds are small nooks for devices and other items, complete with charging ports. Disney is working to modernize their rooms, and this is an excellent example of that.

Photo by Grace Hoyos

There’s a foldout sleeper as well, converting the couch into a queen-side bed. Unlike a traditional pull-out couch, this is much more comfortable. It also means you don’t have to deal with stiff metal supporting a thin mattress. The last thing you want is a poor night’s sleep the night before a park day!

Instructions for the fold-out couch
Photo by Grace Hoyos

Our favorite part of the new Grand Floridian rooms is the Mary Poppins touches throughout the space. Silhouettes of the characters are on the decorative pillows, the paintings feature Cherry Tree Lane, and there’s a hidden penguin in the chandelier. It’s the perfect example of tasteful nods to the Disney content, without being gaudy or kitschy.

Deluxe Studios

The main difference between the Resort and Deluxe Studios (aside from Mary Poppins) is the addition of the kitchenette. Deluxe Studios have a microwave, sink, mini-fridge, disposable dishware, and toaster. You might not think this makes a big difference, but it can. Now you have a way to make a hot breakfast in your room or storing leftovers to heat later. If you are looking to save money, cutting down the food costs is a great way to do it.

In the Deluxe Studios, you have a one queen bed, a queen-size sleeper sofa, and as well as a single size pull down bed under the TV. There’s also a split bathroom area, with the sink and vanity in one space and the shower and toilet in another. Especially if you have five adults sharing the room, it’s nice to have a way for everyone to get ready at the same time.

These Grand Floridian rooms are perfect for small groups who are spending time in the parks or aren’t in the room much. You have a comfortable place for everyone to sleep, gorgeous views, and prime park access. What else could you want out of your Grand Floridian rooms?

One Bedroom Villas

Living Spaces

With recent updates, the one-bedroom villas at the Grand Floridian follow an open-plan layout. This gives you more space within the rooms, as well as ease of flow. The kitchen and dining area is closest to the door, along with a small entryway and closet. We can’t stress how great it is to have this full kitchen, which has plenty of storage and comes stocked with pots, pans, and other cooking utensils. A four-person dining table sits within this space, with an eat-at bar on the other side of the sink.

In the living room is a pull-down queen bed, with handles in the wall to bring down the Murphy-style bed. Under the TV is a pull-down twin, which means you can comfortably sleep three people in the living room. If you do make that choice, we recommend using the hall closet for their belongings to keep them out of the living room during the day.

Bedrooms & Bathrooms

As for the master bedroom, a king bed is the focal point, providing plenty of sleeping space. The master bedroom also has its own TV, which means you don’t have to watch the same thing as the kids come evening. This is also nice if you’re sleeping littles who need to go to bed earlier – you still have entertainment for when they’re asleep. Attached to the master bedroom is the bathroom, which is divided between the sink and tub space and the shower and toilet area. A beautiful soaker tub adds to the sense of luxury, which has a door that cut shut it off from the rest of the bathroom for a private moment alone.

The walk-in shower and toilet also have a door to the main part of the villa, which allows the master bedroom to remain private. Your kiddos won’t have to come through your bedroom if they need to use the bathroom in the middle of the night, or a napping baby doesn’t have to be disturbed if someone needs a shower.

Two-Bedroom Villas

Two-bedroom villas are essentially a combination of a one-bedroom and a studio, without the extra kitchenette. The main layout of the villa is the same, with the addition of two queen beds or a queen bed and accompanying sleeper in the second bedroom. Another full bathroom connects to the second bedroom, and that bedroom also has its own balcony.

These villas are ideal if you’re trying to house your whole party all in one space. Having multiple bedrooms allows you to have some privacy but still be close together. You could also get a two-bedroom if you’re putting two families or the in-laws in with you. This is something we’ve done, and it’s nice to have everyone onsite from the start of the day.

Three-Bedroom Grand Villa

The three-bedroom grand villa is the epitome of Grand Floridian luxury. This incredible set of rooms shows off Victorian décor mixed with modern chic and amenities in way that astounds.

First Impressions

The round foyer shows off the luxurious feel of the villa from the start, with gold tones and beautiful floral accents. From there guests move into the living room, a spacious area with plenty of seating and decorative ceilings. Attached to this space is the dining room, with a table large enough to seat ten. All the décor matches the Victorian vibe, giving an upscale London flat air to the space.

Guests also can access the large balcony from the living room, perfect for viewing the fireworks or the evening’s Electrical Water Pageant.

On the other side of the dining room is a full kitchen, complete with eat-at bar. With plenty of storage and counterspace, you’ll seriously consider eating in rather than dining out. For what guests pay for this villa, you should take advantage of all the amenities!

Bedrooms & Baths

The first full bathroom is in the hallway, giving access to the third bedroom and anyone sleeping in the living room. This bathroom also serves as the communal space for daily use, rather than going through someone’s sleeping chamber to use the restroom. A single sink and vanity sit opposite a large shower and tub combination, with the toilet right beyond. There’s plenty of storage for someone using this as their primary bathroom, giving them a chance to keep their items private from everyone else in the villa.

Across the hall is the first bedroom, which holds two queen beds and has balcony access. This bedroom has its own TV, closet space, and other storage. We recommend using this bedroom for the kids in your group, as they can easily use the bathroom across the hall while piling into the room together.

The second bedroom is much like the first, with the distinct difference of having its own bathroom. This is nice if you’re staying with another couple or family, as they can then have their own bathroom. The second bedroom also connects out to the balcony from the first bedroom.

A final full bathroom sits next to the laundry closet, with a large full vanity and separate toilet room. What’s truly impressive is the massive walk-in shower, which also has a bench for comfort. There won’t be any excuses for people getting ready in the morning with four full bathrooms!

Master Suite

Finally, guests reach the master suite. Lucky are the couple who stay in here! This room is gorgeous, with a dressing bench at the end of a king bed and drape accents along the headboard. A beautiful Victorian rug sits under the bed, giving you a sense of opulence from the moment your feet touch the floor. This room also has its own balcony, giving the masters of the house optimum privacy. A desk and a TV chest completed the picture.

Connected by a walk-through closet, the massive master bath will take your breath away. Seriously, this bathroom is bigger than some standard Disney hotel rooms!

A double vanity and huge soaker tub sit in the main section of the bathroom, with a pretty green wall that makes us think of Victorian springtime. A glass door encloses a walk-in shower with bench, which has extensive room. The private water closet finishes the bathroom, giving you the peace you need for those moments.

Take a complete walkthrough with this video!
Jump into the lap of luxury with the incredible rooms at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa!

Grace Hoyos, Staff Writer

Grace is a life-long lover of all things Disney, particularly the parks at Walt Disney World. She is also an avid Disney Cruise Line enthusiast who regularly dreams of the white sands of Castaway Cay. Grace loves the fact that her Disney trips give her time to spend with her family, enjoy incredible food, and try new experiences.

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