The Tiki has finally been installed on top of the fountain:
A large map of the renovated hotel can also be found in the lobby:
New directional signs (note that Trader Sam's Grog Grotto was still missing a few days ago):
Heading to the Deluxe Studios:
The common entrance areas include themed chairs, tables, posters, and more:
It's time to take a peek inside the rooms:
One of the restrooms:
A small wet area can be found nearby, which includes a small sink, a kitchenette, and more:
The second (bigger) bathroom:
The third bed can be found just below the TV:
Lilo and Stitch:
The typical seating areas:
These themed lamps are great:
The view from the outdoor patio:
Great pics. Glad to see under the bed storage, and it looks high enough to store a suitcase.
Side note, just being picky, what you call a mini bar = kitchenette in DVC terms ;) Not a big deal, but there's no charge to use it.
That last picture just says it all.
They built the bungalows on the water for the few that can afford them and blocked the beautiful view for everyone else staying at the resort. Great pictures anyway.
Second floor or higher when requesting a room looking toward the MK. Otherwise, your just staring at the bungalow houses.
I wouldn't stay above a Mod resort as it's just a room to me for putting my head down and freshing up after been out during the day. The only different I found between the Mod and value resorts is that the bus stops is nearer to your rooms where pop century is by the main building only.
@ Andy, Mods also have ceiling fans, and I may be crazy but I swear they have better tp and towels ;)
Some of my DVC friends have spoiled me to the luxury of deluxe, and when I can get the right amount of discount, I will splurge on a longer trip, on a short trip, I don't see the point in paying all the extra, cause like you said, its a place to lay your head, but for a week, there will be some serious room/resort time.