|Belle's mirror reflecting the Port Orleans Royal Guest Room|
|Such a stunning lobby.|
|The bayou theme is perfect.|
|I loved the sunrise over the vintage boat house style buildings.|
We went to grab breakfast while we waited to hear about our room, and it was very good, if simply typical resort food court fare. Todd had his go-to breakfast at Disney, the chocolate croissant and I had oatmeal from the create-your-own oatmeal station. After breakfast, we took a quick trip to Magic Kingdom and then as we headed out to get some lunch, we got a text saying our room was ready.
The bed clothes and the whole room in general was wonderfully themed. There were pictures of Tiana and all the princesses hanging on the walls (For those who don't know, the story behind the Royal Guest Rooms is that it is the place where Tiana has invited all the other princesses and royal guests to stay). All around the room there are trinkets left behind from former guests for the future occupants to enjoy.
|Aladdin's lamp as the faucet.|
|A beautifully carved frame from Snow White.|
|If you peek in the bottom right corner, you can see the Aladdin's magic carpet.|
My two favorite things were the view outside and the fireworks display in the headboard.
|The light display lasted about one minute.|
|This was a few steps from our door, on the the third floor.|