Four Seasons Resort Orlando At Walt Disney World
I had the pleasure of taking a tour of the under construction Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World. As I entered the gates of Golden Oaks and drove up to the property, one word immediately popped into my head. Luxury! The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World stands at 17 stories and it’s Spanish Revival architecture is quite magnificent.
The Four Seasons Resort Orlando offers 444 spacious guest rooms, including 68 suites.
After visiting the beautiful standard room that Four Seasons Resort Orlando has to offer, we made our way to The Royal Suite. When completed, this 3,300 square foot suite will be paradise in the sky. The 1 bedroom suite offers dining space, a wonderful seating area and fireplace. The best part of the suite is outside, however. The Royal Suite has a balcony that even Cinderella would be jealous of. This amazing outdoor space overlooks Magic Kingdom, providing some of the best viewing
View of Magic Kingdom Fireworks from The Royal Suite
ever for Walt Disney Worlds Magic Kingdom firework presentation. One bedroom in the The Royal Suite is not enough? No problem. This suite has the ability to expand to allow for 9 additional bedrooms, offering plenty of room for family and friends.
The Four Seasons will also offer over 37,000 square feet of conference space. The Four Seasons Grand Ballroom provides 14,000 sq feet of flexible space, all while overlooking a beautiful water feature and lush landscape.
If you are looking for family activities while not playing in the Walt Disney World parks, Four Seasons Orlando has plenty to offer. Whether it be swimming in the adults only pool or enjoying some time with the kids at the splash zone and lazy river. If golfing is more your speed, you can enjoy the challenge of the Tom Fazio 18-hole championship golf course. There will also be tennis courts and a state of the art fitness center.
Adults Only Pool
Splash Pool and Lazy River
View of Epcot
View of Magic Kingdom
For safety reasons, pictures inside the resort during our tour were limited. I am, however, happy to share with you this Virtual Hard Hat Tour of Four Seasons Resorts At Walt Disney World. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8vBGjLmeiE]
I am excited about this new Four Seasons property and I hope that you are too. I will bring you a followup post when the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World is completed. Until then, Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World will open August 3, 2014 and they are currently accepting reservations.