Dang it, sorry about that. While on Bio's twitter feed, he has a couple pictures further down that he took from the top of the Contemporary (or maybe 8 floors up). He took a distant shot of Epcot and the hotels really loom in the distance. Unless those other off-property hotels.Scroll up a few posts above and you can see an aerial that compares it to Epcot.
Genuinely, this is the first Disney Resort that looks like it fits on Disney property. It check all of the boxes: based on real-life location, inspired by a time-period of that location, architecturally resembles that location at that time period. I'm genuinely excited to eventually rent points and stay here.
The most interesting and vibrant thing in that room is Lady and the Tramp playing on the TV.Welcome home to your bland oasis. Riviera now available to book starting for December.
Also, new concept art of the main pool area:
PHOTOS: Disney's Riviera Resort Rooms; Now Available to Book for December 2019 - Blog Mickey
That's how all DVC studios are. One queen and then a pull out plus a pull down bed below the TV to sleep 5. The only studio rooms that have two queens instead of a pullout is Old Key West.The cheapest studio (still over 300$ per night) has a pull out couch for the bed...
I was thinking the same thing. Had they left the TV off, the room would've had nothing to grab your eye.The most interesting and vibrant thing in that room is Lady and the Tramp playing on the TV.
Pool area looks nice though.
ohhhhhhh.....Correct. But these only have the pull out bed, no regular bed.
I've heard that Disney is trying to make this the "Grand Floridian of the DVCs", which is ironic since GF has DVC villas.And most of my hope for this resort has deflated. The rooms definitely look nice, especially the deluxe studio but with no touches of Disney and the most boring looking lobby...it looks like they're trying to rip off Four Seasons...but for the die-hard fans of the brand? What a weird marketing position for a DVC resort.
According to Len Testa, the room is being priced rack rate at $545/night.... I would expect this to be the cost of what a studio normally would in points, sadly.Actually, it's a Murphy bed and only sleeps two. But yeah, it better be cheap in points.