The rooms at Sapphire Falls are very comfortable and well designed. Fitting in with Caribbean theme, the rooms are decorated in relaxing blue and white colours. You feel like you are staying in an island resort and not Orlando.
The beds are incredibly comfortable, especially the pillows which sort of envelope you. It was one of the best beds that I have ever slept in and despite the calling of the theme parks I was always slightly reluctant to leave my bed on a morning.
On the nightstand in between the two beds was an alarm clock which also had an lightning attachment so you could charge your iPhone. The room also had usb ports on the plug too, meaning that you could charge other devices. The television on the room was one of the biggest I've seen in a hotel room. It was huge, perfect for catching a Harry Potter movie to get you in the Wizarding World spirit.
I loved the shower which was a large walk in design. Other rooms in the hotel come equipped with baths, so if that is important to you then make sure you ask at the front desk.
I found the room was a good size. There was a separate sink area so if someone was using the shower you could still use a sink and mirror. There was plenty of drawers and a deceptively big closet. I also really appreciated that there was a sort of porch area, separating the main room from the door. It was a handy place for shoes, or even to keep your suitcase. It made the area where the beds were feel completely separate from the main door.
For a theme park hotel, it was nice how grown up and calming the room felt. Sometimes theme park rooms seem to bring some of the crazy park atmosphere with them. The themes can be over the top and not relaxing after a long day in the park. Even though my room looked over Islands of Adventure, I didn't feel like I was right in the middle of a theme park. It was a little piece of heaven coming back to my room each day.