What are the rooms like at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa?

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Like the rest of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, the rooms honor California’s natural beauty — its Monterey pines and redwood forests, mountains and the rugged coast. It’s all reflected in color palette of olive green, leafy gold, bark brown and red. The Signature Suites — ranging in size from 1,604 to 1,990 square feet — celebrate the architectural styles of Frank Lloyd Wright and brothers Charles and Henry Greene. They feature Craftsman-style chandeliers, dining tables that seat eight, living rooms, a service pantry and jetted bathtubs. The Club-level rooms, Artisan Suites and standard guest rooms offer either a king bed or two queens and include a wet bar, in-room safe, complimentary daily newspaper and Wi-Fi.

Pretty details in the room décor include a decorative rose motif that flows from the carpet, to a bed-throw and to the stenciled ceiling border. The dark wood headboards represent a trellis supporting a canopy of roses overhead. Miniature lanterns (with dimmers) provide bedside reading lights and a pegged coat rack complements the Craftsman-style furnishings. A sliding pocket door leads to the large bathroom with its dark green granite countertops and double sinks. All rooms have a spacious balcony with patio-style table and chairs.

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