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5 Reasons To Get Excited About The Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World

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April 14, 2014 at 3:57 PM | by | ()

The Four Seasons Orlando at Disney World won't open until August 3 but they keep teasing us on their Facebook page with photos of the property.

And even though we'd normally stay away from the humidity of Orlando in August, we find ourselves practically crossing the days off on the calendar. Here are five reasons why we're hoping the Four Seasons Orlando will make all our dreams come true.

1. The Adult Pool. The adult pool (separated from the family pool) will have cabanas, cocktail servers and specialty services like "sunglass cleanings." We hope massages are on that list too. #serenitynow

2. Firework Chandeliers in the Lobby. Night time is ruled by fireworks at Disney World but we're loving this cool chandelier of "fireworks" above the lobby's grand staircase.

3. This View from the 18th Hole. The hotel's golf course will be actually be Tom Fazio’s Osprey Ridge golf course which is undergoing a renovation and will open in September 2014. It will still be a certified Audubon Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and it will be just a two-minute golf cart ride from the hotel.

4. And This View from Golden Oak View Suites Bathtub. The Golden Oak View Suites are located on floors 3-15 and have one king bed along with a queen-sized sleeper bed and two full bathrooms. As the name says, the rooms overlook the residential community of Golden Oak and the surrounding forest. Which means the chances of people seeing you naked in the tub are very slim.

5. Mickey-Free Furniture and Decor. Look at that? Nary a hidden mouse ear in sight. Or, at least we can't tell from here. Can you?

But we better get to wishing on a star for the $645 a night opening rate. That said, Four Seasons is offering a special introductory rate where you can get the third night free with two consecutive nights. That brings the rate down to $514 a night or $1,028 before taxes. If that's still too steep, there is also a cheaper alternative opening this summer in Orlando as well.

[All photos: Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World/Facebook]

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