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I have stayed at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge about 4-5 times and each has been absolutely amazing. I've stayed in both Jambo House and Kidani Village and trust me, Jambo House is the way to go. Definitely stay on the Sunset Savannah or Arusha Savannah...More
If you've not stayed here before it's an experience no to be missed, the animals are great the hotel looks as it's in Africa but of course it's not. Lots of good eateries if your a big carnivore. The buses to the parks are frequent,...More
Its a fantastic experience living at the lodge. We stayed on the level 2 rooms and had bunk beds for our kids. It was great to watch the animals meandering around the savanna surrounding the lodge. Its the next best experience to actually been in...More
After checking out the disability policy of this hotel, no mention was made of the low level lighting , no mention that if you have a visual impairment this is not the place to stay. The 1st floor ( access to pool and restaurants) is...More
Check in nice and easy, room clean and decent size with coffee machine. Savannah view giraffes, cattle, donkeys and antelope and from hall windows water hogs and zebras which makes the resort a really great experience. Swimming pool zero entry with a fun water slide,...More
The bus journey is about 20 minutes but as your travelling with toddlers please bear this in mind. At the end of a long day when your all heading out of Magic Kingdom you will have to wait for a bus (depending on time of... More
The bus journey is about 20 minutes but as your travelling with toddlers please bear this in mind. At the end of a long day when your all heading out of Magic Kingdom you will have to wait for a bus (depending on time of year you go). It can then with wheelchairs and buggies take a good while to load everyone on. A couple of nights we had to wait for next bus as first one was full. So yes journey is 20 mins, they come very regular but you may not always get on the next bus. May not seem much but when your with toddlers at the end of the day it could potentionally take you 45=50 mins to get home and you can expect to stand on the bus too.
Hope this doesn't sound negative, just honest!
Response from kellyep822018 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed on the zebra trail rooms had great views ironically never zebras but everyday in the afternoon onwards the giraffes would all come over this way. It was room number 4522 and it had bunk beds too.