PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour a Savanna View 3-Bedroom Grand Villa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village
We stayed in a three-bedroom grand villa with a savanna view at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village, and we’re taking you along for a tour. These two-story villas can sleep up to twelve people. There are fourteen savanna view grand villas in Kidani Village, and two grand villas without savanna views.
For a full walkthrough tour, check out our YouTube video below, where Tom walks you through every room, bathroom, closet, and detailed fixture. And for more photos of each area, keep scrolling for our photo tour!
Upon entering, there is a closet with a washer and dryer.
The stairs are immediately to the right.
A small hallway leads to a bathroom.
In the hallway are two closets, one of which houses the ironing board and iron.
The second closet has five shelves. It could serve as a pantry or additional storage for folded clothes.
The bathroom has a large vanity with a single sink. Plenty of storage is available below the vanity.
The bath tub and storage shelves line the bathroom’s opposite wall.
Colorful tiles add character to the combination shower and tub.
The shower curtain’s bold pattern matches the tile.
Conditioner, shampoo, and body wash are provided in wall-mounted dispensers.
Dining Room and Kitchen
The dining area has eight chairs, plus four stools at the kitchen counter.
The light above the table features stencil-like openings, adding artistic touches to the fixture.
The counter seating area has three pendant lights.
The kitchen has a full-size refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher.
A two-slice toaster and full-size coffee maker are provided.
Tableware includes enough to serve 12 guests, the maximum occupancy of the grand villa.
The oven features a radiant cooktop. A full-size microwave is above the oven. Unfortunately, the Lion King-themed tiles from most Villas did not make it here.
The dishwasher makes cleanups easy.
The living room has a tall ceiling that looks up to the second story.
A queen size pull-out sofa bed separates the living room from the dining area.
Other seating includes two armchairs and an ottoman.
A colorful map of Africa hangs to the right of the television.
The impressive windows nearly reach the grand villa’s two-story ceiling.
An entertainment center below the television features outlets, USB charging ports, and home theater components.
A Blu-ray player is installed below the top shelf.
The home theater features surround sound. The center channel speakers are placed in the entertainment center.
JBL speakers complete the surround sound setup.
Additional storage and the subwoofer are found behind the entertainment center’s doors.
Some of the surround sound speakers are hidden behind drapes.
This door and hallway lead to the master bathroom and bedroom.
The master bathroom is located on the right side of the hallway.
The master bathroom has a few features that set it apart.
A television is mounted directly opposite the bathtub.
The jetted tub and shower share one wall. The tiles recreate a scene from The Lion King.
The vanity has lots of storage space, including a ledge for smaller toiletries.
How many Lion King characters can you spot?
The shower has a standard shower head and recessed lighting.
The sconces and mirror add dramatic touches to the vanity area.
The toilet is in its own water closet.
The master bedroom has a writing desk with a lamp, phone, power, and USB ports.
The desk drawer has a Hidden Mickey!
An armchair is positioned at the bed’s side.
Like many Disney Resort Hotels, white bed linens are used on the king size bed.
Simba and Nala artwork add a hint of The Lion King to the headboard.
The nightstands have lamps and power outlets.
Lamps have decorative ostrich eggs. Note the fan control located above the nightstand.
The dresser also serves as a television stand. Power outlets and USB ports line the top shelf.
A storage bench and luggage stand are placed next to the dresser.
The closet holds a safe and extra bedding.
This long balcony is accessible via the master bedroom and the living room.
The expansive balcony offers sweeping views of the savanna.
The chair backs have zebra heads.
Stairs lead to the second floor bedrooms.
Colorful plates serve as artwork along the staircase.
Upstairs, a loft overlooks the living room.
The loft has a four-drawer dresser. Like the other dressers and television stands throughout the grand villa, this one features power outlets and USB ports.
The loft has a small table to one side.
The loft has a sofa bed as its lone seating option.
The view to the living room and the savanna beyond is truly amazing.
Left Bedroom, Bathroom, and Balcony
There are two bedrooms upstairs, each with its own bathroom and balcony.
The closet at the end of the hallway has a hanging bar and a fire extinguisher.
The bedroom has two queen beds.
A unique tapestry hangs behind the wood headboard.
Sconces provide lighting for reading in bed.
A single nightstand has two outlets and USB ports.
The dresser, television, storage bench, and writing desk are similar to what is in the master bedroom.
The bathroom has a single sink vanity with storage below.
While the shower curtain is the same as the first floor bathroom, the tile work is different.
Each trim tile has an animal silhouette.
The toilet is in a water closet.
The water closet lacks any decoration, with plain walls throughout.
Each second floor bedroom has its own small balcony.
From the balcony, guests can watch animals, like this giraffe, grazing throughout the savanna.
Right Bedroom, Bathroom, and Balcony
A necklace serves as framed artwork near the closet.
This closet stores extra bedding.
The right upstairs bedroom is basically a mirror image of the left.
A framed map of Africa hangs on the wall.
Furnishings here are the same as the left upstairs bedroom.
The bathroom is also a carbon copy of the left upstairs bathroom.
A small towel bar hangs just outside the water closet.
A single recessed fixture provides light in the water closet.
Like the other water closet doors, this one has a full-length mirror.
From the right balcony, we can see that our giraffe friend is still enjoying its meal.
The chairs and table are the same as what is found on the other balconies.
This view shows a portion of the large first level balcony as seen from a second level balcony.
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