by Lissa Poirot
Orlando’s first Four Season Resort opened in August 2014 and offers a plethora of fun for families to enjoy outside of Disney World. The resort’s Explorer Island water park features a family pool with zero-entry access, two waterslides, a splash pad, rock climbing wall, sand volleyball, games and other interactive activities, and kids can enjoy the Kids for All Seasons complimentary kids program. As a part of the Disney World resort hotels, a Disney Planning Center is located on site providing tickets, reservations and other services. Disney character breakfasts are also offered at the resort.
The Four Seasons offers 444 guestrooms, including 68 suites, many with views of Disney World. The Royal Suite and Presidential Suite are the two top accommodations at the resort and offer families additional space, with views of the nightly fireworks spectaculars. The Royal Suite can connect with other suites, creating a large nine-room residence, whereas the Presidential Suite can connect with other suites to create a four-bedroom residence. These luxurious suites include kitchenettes, large balconies and high-tech media elements, like surround sound and drop-down projector screens.
Complimentary Internet, mini-fridges, DVD players, iPod docking stations and LCD TVs are available in each room. Children 17 and younger are free of charge. Young guests receive a welcome amenity at check-in and child-sized robes and free baby toiletries are available. Guests can also request baby proofing, cribs, high chairs, playpens, bottles and toys. The resort also provides complimentary DVD rentals, children’s pool toys and swim diapers.
The Four Seasons also features onsite dining, a spa, fitness center, golf and tennis, as well as prime views of theme park fireworks.
Our Editor Loves
- View of Disney World and fireworks
- Disney services and character breakfasts
- Water park
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Well taken care of here. Everyone acknowledges you and the staff takes care of even the smallest details. Balcony view was very nice with the ability to lounge privately outside. This trip was for business and both the grounds and the hotel itself were impeccable.
by KS H
Super expensive for a very average hotel. We upgraded our room and it was nothing special. The lobby was very basic, nothing stood out as worth the cost of the hotel. It was my birthday and I was given a chip to get a gelato. They could have done a number of things to acknowledge my 50th birthday but that is what they chose. That was disappointing and insulting after what we paid to have a special celebration.