When you enter Animation Hall you immediately feel a difference from other resorts on Disney Property. It’s colorful and feels airy and large. The Hall consists of the Registration area as well as the “ink and paint shop” which carries all of the Disney merchandise and
collectibles you could imagine. The arcade which is standard in every Disney resort, they never miss a beat to draw kids in! There is also a business center and currency exchange, airport check in and of course an ATM. However what I really want to focus on is the incredible “Landscape of Flavors” the food court inside Animation Hall.
The theme is gorgeous, it takes you into the middle of the Lion King, the lights and decor are timeless….
I think the food is the best on property when looking at Resort food courts. The food is authentic and delicious.There are many stations including a Soup and Salad shop, Pizza shop,Burger shop, World of flavor shop as well as a grab and go market. My favorite thing was the Tandoori ovens…all I can say is exceptional, I had the Tandoori Shrimp and highly recommend it to everyone.
The big hit for desserts was the “Make your own Parfait” station as well as the Mickey Mouse fruit tart!
The World of Flavor is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Stay tuned for my final Art of Animation Blogs……”The Big Blue Pool” and “Resort Rooms”.
If you have questions about Disney’s Art of Animation please contact me at AmyB@travelwiththemagic.com