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Tag Archives: art of animation
The Finding Nemo, Cars, and Lion King themed buildings at Disney’s Art of Animation resort all feature the family suite style rooms. Although they’re designed to sleep six adults comfortably, you’ll still need to convert the couch and the dining … Continue reading
On a recent visit to The Happiest Place on Earth, my dear friend Kristin and I decided to visit the newly opened Art of Animation Resort to check things out as well as try their some of their unique breakfast … Continue reading
Disney recently opened part of Storybook Circus ahead of schedule and now they’re moving up another project at the resort. The wings dedicated to the popular films featured at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will now be opening than sooner … Continue reading
The Art of Animation resort will offer 1,120 family suites (bedroom, living room, and kids sleep area) themed after “The Lion King,” “Cars” and “Finding Nemo” animated films, as well as 864 guest rooms inspired by “The Little Mermaid.” The … Continue reading