Staying in a Copper Creek Studio was something I was really looking forward to. Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a fantastic resort with so many great amenities that I needed to check out the studios.
The resort itself is of course, gorgeous. When you walk in to the lobby you are overwhelmed by how beautiful it is. With the big fireplace in the corner, I could sit there for hours and never leave the lobby!
We made our way to room 4111 by taking the elevators at the end of the lobby. The walk to our room wasn’t long, and the hallways were relatively quiet at all times. I don’t find this lobby to be particularly noisy anyway, but you certainly couldn’t hear any sounds from it in our room,
When you open the door to the studio it seems quite long. There’s a little kitchenette with fridge, toaster and microwave. Having it along the wall made use of the available space nicely.
The bathroom/vanity were rustic looking and big. I loved the tiles in the bathroom and the vanity area was big enough for 2 women unpacking their toiletries!
The bed was comfortable as was the couch. Having the USB ports in the end tables is always a big plus for us. We need a lot of charging outlets.
Our view from our balcony was overlooking the water just outside of the main building, it made for a nice place to sit and relax!
If I had to pick one thing that we didn’t enjoy about the room, it was hearing our neighbours talking. Totally not their fault, but I think that the hardwood floors allowed the sound to travel between our rooms under the connecting door. Not a huge deal, but I could see this being an irritant to some.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay here, but I think a lot of the enjoyment was the resort itself. We made the most of the resort by having dinner with Snow White, having drinks and snacks at Territory Lounge and spending an afternoon at Geyser Point Bar and Grill.
See the video tour below of the studio. Have you stayed in one?