Walt Disney World this summer will welcome two new hotels, one a high-tech contemporary renovation and the other a world-renowned luxury addition.
In the Downtown Disney area, B Resort will bring an assortment of affordable amenities while the new Four Seasons will cater to the most exclusive clientele.
Four Seasons Resort Orlando
Located within the gated Golden Oak community filled with multi-million dollar single family homes on Walt Disney World property, the Four Seasons Resort Orlando will stand apart from the rest of the on-property offerings.
Featuring views of the Magic Kingdom’s nightly fireworks from the rooftop of Capa restaurant, an on-site character breakfast and Disney Planning Center, this Four Seasons location will be unlike any other
“We could not be more delighted that Disney chose to collaborate with us,” said Thomas Steinhauer, regional vice president and general manager for Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort. “Our resort offers incredible amenities never before seen at a stand-alone luxury resort in Florida. We offer an experience that our guests are going to love, plus endless recreational pursuits on property for guests to enjoy on a day off from the parks.”
Park View rooms will offer a view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Other select rooms will give a view of Epcot’s IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.
The Disney Planning Center will give Four Seasons guests one-on-one help from a Disney Cast Member to plan their stay, including ticket arrangements, dining reservations and more.
“Good Morning Breakfast with Goofy and his Pals” will be offered twice weekly at Ravello restaurant, a buffet-style breakfast on Thursdays and Saturdays as well as on Tuesdays during peak school break periods. It will include traditional breakfast offerings and an omelet station with a photographer present capture Disney character moments.
Complimentary transportation to the four Walt Disney World parks will be included in a stay at Four Seasons via luxury motor coaches departing every 30 minutes to the Magic Kingdom and every hour to the additional parks. A fleet of white vehicles will also be available to rent for a fee.
The grounds of the Four Seasons Resort Orlando will also include a five-acre “Explorer Island” water park, featuring a winding lazy river complete with a rapids section, two water slides, an interactive splash zone with water cannons, and much more. Other available activities include table tennis, bocce ball, beach volleyball, a rock climbing wall, and more. “The Hideout” at Explorer Island will feature video games and an Italian gelateria. “The Mansion” will be home to the Kids For All Seasons program, a complimentary kids camp for children ages 5 to 12.