My room was spacious standard hotel room with a poolside garden view with a private lanai (balcony).
The room had 2 queen-size beds, a large flat-panel TV with DVD player, a small refrigerator, combination safe and coffee maker. The refrigerator was located in the large combination bureau and entertainment center, and, quite frankly was somewhat noisy and never got very cool. When I asked housekeeping about this, I was advised that it was a common problem.
The room was decorated with muted Hawaiian colors including a taro patterned rug and contemporary Hawaiian artwork. The beds were each adorned with a lovely Hawaiian quilt which included small Mickey motif.
The woodwork throughout the room was purposely "distressed" in expectation of the tendency of young guests to place wet glasses directly on the wood. The lovely lamp on the room's table featured a lamp with a base containing Mickey Mouse playing an ukulele and leaning on a surfboard. The curtains were designed with a traditional Hawaiian kapa (tapa) pattern.
The bathroom was large with an over-sized bathtub and shower, large vanity and adjoining room for the toilet.
Taken as a whole the room reflected a strong emphasis on Hawaiian culture with just a touch of Disney magic - something I would learn the next day to be an overall theme of the entire resort.