PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour a One-Bedroom Villa at Disney’s Old Key West Resort

We stayed in a one-bedroom villa at Disney’s Old Key West Resort and now we’re taking you on a tour of our room!

There’s a closet next to the entrance door which houses the vacuum and fire extinguisher.

Before you leave, you can check your Mickey ears in this mirror, and when you return you can place keys on the shelf beneath.

Every villa has a living room and kitchen area. The living room has two couches and a chair around a coffee table.

Though this villa is a one-bedroom, it can sleep more than one couple. One of the couches folds out into a double bed, and the chair folds out into a small twin bed.

There’s an ottoman that matches the chair so you can put your feet up, plus a great set of windows that let in the sunlight.

The living room rug is a colorful camouflage with a hidden Mickey.

The living room area faces a TV that’s built into a kitchen island.

Next to the TV is the dining area, with a table and four rainbow-colored chairs.

Built in to the wall is a counter with cabinets and an overhead shelf.

Theming is everywhere, including on the overhead lamp! Conch Flats is also the name of the general store at Old Key West.

The kitchen has a fridge, freezer, microwave, oven, and plenty of cabinet space.

There’s also a sink and dishwasher.

The back of the TV stand/island has more built in shelves and outlets.

Past the kitchen is the balcony.

You can dine out here instead of inside if the weather’s nice.

The balcony is covered and gives a great view of the surrounding landscape. It’s almost like a personal gazebo.

On the way to the bedroom, you’ll notice a map of the Florida keys on the wall.

The bedroom has an additional chair and ottoman, as well as a bench.

There is a dresser, TV, and mirror across from the bed.

There are two bedside tables with drawers and lamps.

There’s also a window with shutters that peeks into the bathroom.

This section of the bathroom has a corner jacuzzi-style tub and a sink.

There is of course some storage under this sink and plenty of counter space.

Mickey and Minnie understand the importance of a relaxing vacation.

A door then leads you into the second section of the bathroom, which has the toilet and shower.

There’s an additional sink in here as well. There’s a small frosted window above the counter.

The shower has built-in conditioner, shampoo, and body wash, but there’s also a small shelf for soap and any toiletries you brought.

Beyond the shower room is a laundry room with a washer, dryer, and basket.

This is also where the ironing board and iron are housed.

A final door will lead you back out into the hallway, so you don’t have to go full-circle anytime you want to check on your laundry.

You can tour the full room in our YouTube video below:

We hope you enjoyed this room tour. Have you stayed at Disney’s Old Key West? Let us know in the comments.

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