Luxury travelers, rejoice. Four Seasons has finally made its way to the Happiest Place on Earth – Walt Disney World. Finally, a family-friendly hotel that caters to adults and children alike.
Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World is a long-awaited addition to the Four Seasons family. Boasting a prime location within the Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort, the property is just minutes to theme parks via complimentary Four Seasons motor coaches or private transfers. Plan your day at the onsite Disney Planning Center — as well as extra perks available with your stay, including x and x.
The property is large by Four Seasons standards, 443 rooms and 68 suites, including a nine (yes, nine!) bedroom option in the top-floor Royal Suite. The entire 16th floor can be booked exclusively. The Resort’s rooms are the largest in Orlando, and each has a wide, furnished terrace. Many rooms also offer unobstructed views of the nightly fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park.
Amenities include a massive family pool, beach volleyball, outdoor movie nights and smokehouse barbecue at PB+G, the pool bar and grill. There’s also a lazy river winding around a “ruined” mansion, an expansive Splash Zone with dozens of choreographed water jets, a climbing wall and waterslides, and a video game center.
Adults will love three on-site Har-Tru tennis courts, an adults-only pool surrounded by private cabanas and reserved for guests 21 and older, and a 24-hour fitness centre. Next month, Four Seasons will unveil the completely refurbished Tom Fazio-designed golf course, Tranquilo Golf Club.
In addition to PB+G on Explorer Island and Plancha at the golf clubhouse, Four Seasons Resort Orlando includes three additional on-site dining and drinking venues, and a few surprises too. Ravello a modern Italian restaurant, Lickety-Split, and Capa, a contemporary Spanish steakhouse set to open in September.
Of course, there’s also a spa, complete with 18 treatment rooms, ultra-private couple’s bungalows, and a hair, nail and beauty salon.
Four Seasons in the Sunshine State Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort joins sister hotels Four Seasons Hotel Miami and Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach as the third property in the brand’s Florida collection. A fourth project, Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, is now in development in the Atlantic Ocean community of Surfside.