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Perfect for families who visit the Walt Disney World Resort with multiple generations and extended relatives along for the ride, the Art of Animation provides suites for guests to stick together in four distinct themed sections: Finding Nemo, Cars, The Lion King and the Little Mermaid. Each section highlights the animation of its respective movie, including storyboard artwork and themed rooms. The newest resort in Walt Disney World, the Art of Animation also has traditionally sized hotel rooms for smaller families just looking to enjoy the art.
Animal Kingdom gets you so up-close-and-personal with the animals that you never want to leave. Thankfully, Disney's Imagineers built a hotel that ensures you don't have to leave the animals behind after a day at the park. Animal Kingdom Lodge is built in a horseshoe shape with rooms looking out onto a 46-acre savanna of giraffes, zebras, ostriches and many other types of free-roaming animals and birds. And the resort itself is one of Disney's deluxe hotels, which means the rooms are beautifully decorated with African art, and there are two inventive cuisine options. Take your pick from either Jiko – The Cooking Place, for a more formal dining occasion, or Boma, a buffet full of flavors from across the African continent. Nearby Sanaa in the Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas offers up African dishes with an Indian flair, and is well-worth the walk.
Most people might know the Contemporary as the hotel that the monorail runs through, but this 14-floor deluxe resort combines a modern aesthetic with luxurious accommodations. While Chef Mickey has character dining for the kids, the California Grill offers a more upscale dining experience while providing a great view of the nearby Magic Kingdom fireworks show. The rooftop lounge at the Bay Lake Tower, a Disney Vacation Club addition to the resort, has some of the best views of Walt Disney World around.