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Disney Deluxe: Even More Amenities to Try at The Four Seasons Disney World

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May 14, 2014 at 12:37 PM | by | ()

Disney World can be a life-altering experience for every wide-eyed kid who steps in to Magic Kingdom. But there are plenty of big kids (adults) also in need of mind-blowing entertainment and decadent amenities.

When The Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort finally opens its doors on August 3, it is sure to impress frequent Disney-goers but it will also reset the luxury hotel standard in Orlando, with its over the top accommodations and amenities. We've already told you 5 reasons why you should get excited about this new hotel but here are a few other amenities you ought to know about as well.

Easy Access
Complimentary transportation is provided from the resort to Disney's main theme parks. The best way to beat the crowds at Mickey’s house is to start off by avoiding them. The easy entrance via an air-conditioned town car is a great kick-off to a day of Disney.

View of the Fireworks
Fireworks at the Magic Kingdom are almost as Disney as Mickey and Minnie. After a full day in the park (or maybe just hanging around the resort), hit The Four Seasons rooftop tapas bar, Capa for a breezy, private showing.

Spa Spins
Eighteen treatment rooms is a serious sign that the Four Seasons means business on the pampering front. There will also be a salon and separate men's and women's patios with whirlpools.

Fitness Fun
Aside from the Tom Fazio-designed championship golf course, there’s also a 24-hour fitness center and three Har-Tur tennis courts. And we're sure these water slides will give you a work-out too.

Character Breakfast
A character breakfast to a kid is like asking Santa to dinner. For those not in the know, this is impossible at any hotel in Orlando, unless it is Disney-owned. But now the Four Seasons will offer it. You can practically call it a character house call since you won't have to leave the resort' to dine with Mickey. That is a huge luxury for all kids, big and small.

In-Room Celebrations
In another exclusive partnership with Disney, the Four Seasons will offer a variety of themed in-room celebrations. For example, the "Presenting Your Royal Princess" celebration will include a "banner hanging outside the door of the room, a personalized royal princess proclamation, a letter from the Fairy Godmother, and a large pink box filled with princess treasures, including a tiara and magic wand." Yes, this will be an extra charge but probably totally worth it for your little princess.

Disney Planning Center
Another reason to consider the Four Seasons is the Disney Cast Member who will be on-property by the front desk and can help you get tickets, make reservations and offer advice on what to do so that when you do arrive at the park, you're ready to maximize your adventure.

See? There’s a whole lot of Disney to be had without ever having to leave the property or your room. In Orlando, it doesn’t get more luxurious than that.

Rates at the Four Seasons start at the $645 a night opening rate. However, Four Seasons is still 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

Archived Comments:


The information regarding character dining is wrong. Several non-Disney hotels offer meals with Disney characters, including the Hilton Lake Buena Vista, the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort, and the Swan & Dolphin hotels.

This article also implies that transportation from the Four Season to the theme parks will be via town car. Yet, their website states that transportation is via bus. Additionally, their schedule is less than ideal since they operate twice-per-hour to Magic Kingdom and only once-per-hour to the other three parks.


This was my first trip to any Disney. I was wildly surprised how much I enjoyed it and how accommodating it was for the luxury traveler. I am a big fan of The Four Seasons. So, I think it's a great fit for the more discerning Disney traveler. I hope to get back down there once the hotel opens.