We recently stayed at a Finding Nemo Suite when we took my mother to Disney World for her :cough:: Important Milestone Birthday. The details were great. It really had that under the sea feel to it. It was great for us to be able to have separate spaces with the baby since he doesn’t sleep through the night and we didn’t want to disturb my mother. In total, this suite has 3 sleeping areas. It has a separate bedroom, a convertible couch bed and a ‘Murphy’ style table bed. If you ad a pack and play crib, this suite can sleep up to 7. The suite also features a dining area, 2 bathrooms as well as sink/kitchenette area complete with microwave and mini-fridge. I took a bunch of photos to share what it looks like.
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Have you stayed at Art of Animation before? If you have, you know that it is not like most of the other resort hotels at Disney World. Art of animation is split into 4 sections each with a different theme inside and out. One section is themed with The Little Mermaid and features standard rooms. The 3 main sections are what makes Art of Animation completely different. They are themed family suites for larger families and families that would otherwise need two standard rooms to fit all family members. These suites are themed in the style of The Lion King, Finding Nemo & Cars.