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View Poll Results: AOA Little Mermaid room vs POR Royal room
Art of Animation Little Mermaid room 7 26.92%
Port Orleans Riverside Royal room 19 73.08%
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:43 PM   #11
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So are the Royal Rooms from the main building.
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I don't think so. Just a short walk across the bridge. Probably 5 minutes from the farthest room.
Agree with dansdad here... a lot of people say POR is too big but if you're in a Royal Room, there is a bridge straight across to the main building and food court. 5 mins tops. It is a long walk to the main pool if you are in Parterre Place, but there is a quiet pool in between the Royal Rooms buildings.

As much as I like POR, I might choose AoA in your situation. With a 6 year old girl, she would get a much bigger kick out of seeing all the familiar Disney scenes and characters at AoA, especially if she is a LM fan. The themeing at POR, while beautiful, is likely lost on children. Even the Royal Room theme can be considered on the subtle side, compared to something like the LM room. Since it's just the two of you, I don't think the rooms will make much difference. If mom was coming, I might change my mind to POR for the Queen beds, but since she's not I doubt if it will be a factor.
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