Welcome Home! Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Nothing starts out your morning better than sitting on your private patio of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Jamba House over looking the Savannah and having a family of giraffe slowly pass you. It is a moment of clarity that you will remember during the rest of your family-fun packed trip – especially when you are in a ride line with 3,04,958 people, in the hot heat! This resort might be off the beaten path and away from the other parks; however remember that is the beauty of this luxury.
The Jet-Set Family Animal Kingdom Lodge Disneyland
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Jamba House is Jet-Set Tot’s favorite WDW resort for MANY reasons and at the top of The Jet-Set Family “Best of” list because of how well it suits everyone in the family. During our visits we have stayed in a both a one-bedroom and two-bedroom suite on the Kilimanjaro Club Level with a Savannah view. We love the these accommodations, the pools are wonderful and you must dine at Jiko at least once during your stay.

The Kilimanjaro Club offers key services to making your WDW trip the best possible. Even before you arrive, the staff will prepare a resort itinerary in advance, personalized front desk and concierge services upon arrival, evening turn down services with towel “animal art” and chocolates, key access to the Club Level Lounge which serves snacks from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., complimentary access to the Health Club, daily USA Today delivery and most importantly and must-not be missed…the opportunity to experience the Sunrise Safari Breakfast and The Wanyama Safari and dinner! Would The Jet-Set Family™ stay there again? Absolutely.
Hugs & passports,

– Nicole

Nicole_StandleyNicole Standley a.k.a. Jet-Set Mom, is a social influencer + lifestylist covering luxury travel, fine-dining, fashion & pop culture for The Trend Tribe. Contributor for CBS LA, Lucky Magazine, Burke Williams Spa & Moonfrye.com, follow her latest travels and escapades on Instagram, Google+ and Twitter.

Photo credits: Nicole Standley
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