Disney’s Copper Creek 1 bedroom villa was an upgrade I wasn’t expecting. I was staying at Wilderness Lodge for 1 night before transferring to the Beach Club. Since it was just me, I had arranged for a standard view studio for the night.
When I arrived at the resort at 7pm – my studio wasn’t ready. The lovely cast member was doing everything she could to contact someone in mousekeeping to get the room cleaned. I was tired after my flight and I really just wanted to get in to my room, but it wasn’t her fault. I left my luggage with bell services and went shopping in the gift shop for a while, I can’t complain about having time to shop.
About 15 minutes later I was coming out of the shop when she called me over – my room was ready. She winked and said “enjoy” and told me to take the elevators at the end of the lobby to the 7th floor.
When I opened the door to room 7117 I could have fallen over. She had upgraded me to a 1 bedroom villa! This huge room was all mine for the night, and I was over the moon. I couldn’t help but think how great this place would be for families.
Given that Wilderness Lodge is just a boat ride from the Magic Kingdom, it’s always been a great location. If you were going to spend time at the Magic Kingdom, but also wanted to be ‘away’ and not on the monorail line – this resort is perfect. Don’t miss the opportunity to stop by Geyser Point Bar & Grill for some drinks and terrific views. It’s just so relaxing!
If you had planned to eat a few meals in your room, or really just want to spread out – these 1 bedrooms are a home away from home.
Walking in to the room you can see the full kitchen equipped with everything you could need to make a full meal. The dishwasher, full stove and fridge – it was all there.
The living room/dining room were spacious. Enough space for a family to chill after a meal or at the end of a long day. That’s what these units are great for, just hanging out.
There’s a bathroom with a vanity and stand-up shower, but the best part is the second vanity area with a HUGE soaker tub. This tub was deep, if I had been there longer, I may have tried it out.
The bedroom was spacious, plenty of storage space and another TV to watch from bed. The villa has a balcony off of the bedroom, and a second from the living room.
I loved this unit and will recommend it to anyone who is looking to stay near the Magic Kingdom but not on the monorail line. While the studios are great, this is the perfect option if you wanted a little more room. I took a full video tour so you could see everything!
Let me know what you think!