Let’s dive Under the Sea to explore an Art of Animation Resort Little Mermaid room! The details in The Little Mermaid rooms are amazing, and we found the room to be a comfortable and fun place to stay.
The room size measures 277 square feet and has two double beds. We thought there was plenty of room for two people, and I think a family of four would be fine here as long as they stay organized with their belongings and do not mind double beds. The Little Mermaid section of the Art of Animation Resort is the farthest from the bus stops and Animation Hall, but it’s such a nicely themed resort that we did not mind the walk. Unfortunately, these rooms usually do not qualify for discounts. They are still less expensive than rooms in a moderate resort, and for an Ariel fan you can’t beat the theme! The Art of Animation Resort as a whole is a fun and whimsical place to stay for all ages.
The beds have colorful clamshell headboards, and the Little Mermaid theme is woven throughout the entire room. We liked the artwork, and the details in the carpet!
The table features sheet music and the chair backs are shell shaped. Over the table and chairs is a mirror with a light fixture, also themed to Under the Sea.
The bureau has three large drawers, and also houses the beverage cooler.
Hats, lanyards, and water bottle holders can find a home on this cute and functional octopus!
There was one area in which I at first thought there was wasted space against the wall, and wished there were a bench for sitting or luggage rack for storage. However, maybe this space comes in handy for those with pack and plays or for parking strollers and isn’t wasted after all.
There is a curtain featuring Ariel’s Under the Sea friends that divides the bedroom area from the sink area.
The sink counter top was large enough for teen girl, and the open closet area is perfect for storing luggage.
We were impressed with the bathroom because the shower interior makes it feel as if you’re showering in Ariel’s Grotto with “gadgets and gizmos aplenty!” If you look closely, you may spy a Hidden Mickey as you shower. The value resort rooms currently provide Blushing Orange H2O products.
Before we stayed at the Art of Animation Resort, I thought that the Little Mermaid room might be a bit over-the-top with Under the Sea décor, but it was done well and we enjoyed our stay!
Have you stayed in a Little Mermaid standard room at the Art of Animation Resort? Tell us what you thought of the room in a comment below.
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2 thoughts on “The Little Mermaid Standard Room at the Art of Animation Resort”
We stayed at AOA this past May 2016 and it was a nice comfortable room. The three of us….3yr old grandson and my husband and I had plenty of room. The pool was cute as well as the room and not over the top with the decor.
The walk to leave and eat was the biggest problem. It took away from the great place its was. It was a fun walk at the start being that there are lots of fun things to see but after a week it got old and was so far that I will not stay there again. They should have transportation available for the rooms that are far away, its that bad. The other reason not to stay was the food at the food court was awful.
We had only one meal at the food court and enjoyed our meal and felt it was a step above most counter service locations with offering real dishes and flatware instead of paper plates and plastic. I’m sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy the food. I’m hoping to eat there again someday to try some different items.
It is a far walk to the buses, which is something to consider if you don’t have access to a car. A couple of the moderate resorts do have internal transportation, but at this time the value resorts do not. Thank you for your comments.