The Grand Floridian is home to some of the poshest villas at Walt Disney World. These are great for Disney Vacation Club members who want to live the luxury life or for luxury life people who want a real kitchen.
Here’s a tour of what you can expect from a one-bedroom villa at the Grand Floridian. These photos are from two different units, one on the first floor and one on the 4th floor.
The bedroom includes a king-sized bed, television, easy chair, desk and desk chair, nightstands, and lots of free space.
The living room includes a pull-out sofa, easy chair with ottoman, television, pull-down child-size Murphy bed, coffee table, and two small upholstered benches.
The kitchen includes full-size appliances, dishes, basic cooking tools, and a dining table and chairs.
The bathroom is accessible from both the bedroom and the common areas. It is broken into two separate rooms, one with the bathtub and a sink (with a TV embedded into the mirror above) and a second with a shower and the toilet.
The main closet is a walk-in with plenty of space for luggage and hanging. You’ll also find a safe, a Pack n’ Play crib, and robes for guest use. A smaller closet has more hanging space, plus an iron and ironing board, vacuum, and high chair. There is also a washer/dryer in the non-studio units.
All the villas include some outdoor space, either a ground floor patio or an upper floor balcony. Balconies span the entire living room and bedroom. Here is a balcony and the view.
The Villas building is to the left of the main Grand Floridian structure, as you look at it from the water. Some rooms have a view of the Wedding Pavilion.
Have you stayed at a Grand Floridian Villa? What were your favorite (or not so favorite) parts? Is this on your bucket list? Let us know in the comments.