Aerial shots show just how large the resort really is, with event space (above) that includes two ballrooms, vast grounds, and a lazy river feature in the pool complex. The Royal Suite (below) can be expanded into a nine-bedroom sprawler to host even the largest of families and groups.
Italian restaurant Ravello will have an open kitchen, while Spanish steakhouse Capa – on the 17th floor – will have views of the nightly Disney World fireworks from its terrace. Out by the pool is PB&G (Pool Bar & Grill), and coffee and quick bites are served at Lickety-Split (we did not make that up, promise).
We like that Four Seasons is drumming up excitement for the resort this way and allowing anyone to have a virtual look around; we just hope they will do the same for other new hotels like Kuala Lumpur or Venice.
We still want to know though, is there going to be any Disney touch inside the hotel? Huey, Dewey, and Louie valeting your car? The Little Mermaid bobbing around the lazy river feature? Cinderella swirling through the ballroom?
Rates start at $595 from September 2014, going up to $645 in October.
[Screengrabs: Four Seasons Hotels]