Dream Disney Hotel For Kids – Can You Say Despicable Me?

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This hotel looks so amazing for kids! I am in the process of planning a little trip for the kid’s first trip to Disney/Universal! First of all, Toddler Weekly Flyer loves Despicable Me and this room is super fun looking with missile beds for the kids! Mrs. Weekly Flyer and I like the idea that the kid’s room is attached to the parent’s suite with no access to the outside for ultimate safety! But, we haven’t stayed here before, so not sure what else to expect. The concept seems like a good one.

Dream Disney Hotel – Loewe’s Portofino Bay

Dream Disney Hotel - Loewe's Portofino Bay

The Kids’ Suite

According to the Loewe’s Portofino Bay website, “Experience the world of Despicable Me in its newly-renovated kid’s suites where the rooms capture the excitement and playfulness of Gru’s Laboratory. Our Despicable Me Kids Suites let mom and dad have a little privacy, and the kids have some fun! With a standard king bedroom for the adults plus a separate room for the kids, there’s plenty of space for the whole family at 650 – 675 square feet. The two separate rooms are connected via a door that can be open or closed, and feature a single entrance to the adult room. In other words, the children’s room opens only into the adult’s room, and not into the hallway. The kids’ rooms invite you to sleep like Margo, Edith and Agnes in custom-designed missile beds with Minion inspired bedding complete with Gru’s scarf, plus a separate closet and television.”

Overall, I am thinking that this hotel sounds really fun for the kids and even for the parents!

Bottom Line

What a creative and exciting idea for a hotel. Honestly, I haven’t seen a hotel that caters to children like this before. The idea of a kids’ suite is unique and one that I think other hotels could emulate. When we travel with the kids we are always trying to figure out the best way to stay in a hotel with 2 babies that need their own space to go to sleep (away from others.) I look forward to hearing if anyone has stayed here before. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as our first trip to Disney/Universal is gonna be a big one!

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  1. This hotel is at Universal Studios Florida, not Walt Disney World. You may want to engage the services of a travel agent specializing in Disney Destinations to help you plan this vacation 🙂

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