Walt Disney World Opens Its Luxurious Four Seasons Resort [Video]

On August 3, 2014, Disney World Resort in Orlando opens the doors to its newest form of complete luxury: The Four Seasons Resort. For those wanting to experience all the magic of Disney along with a dream get-away, then Four Seasons Resort should be your destination.

The $370 million Four Seasons, which sits majestically on 26 acres of land, melts with opulence. And at $600 per night, guests would expect nothing less. According to Orlando Sentinel, upon arrival guests of the Four Seasons will be met by valets, and in the lobby greeters will often address guests by their names and escorted to check-in. The resort staff will do whatever possible to accommodate almost any reasonable request.

Once inside the lobby, guests will see a 1,000-pound starburst chandelier, which was imported from the Czech Republic, as reported by Orlando Sentinel.


The guest rooms are exquisite with marble bathrooms — which include an in-mirror television, the most comfortable bed that Four Seasons is known for, and twice-daily housekeeping services.

If guests are looking for an extraordinary stay, Four Seasons Resort offers a Royal Suite on the 16th floor. This suite actually transforms into a nine-bedroom residence with it’s own 1,000-square-foot terrace, which is the ideal location for Walt Disney World’s fantastic fireworks shows.

Park View Deluxe Suite Master Bath

Guests can also enjoy a variety of what seems to be endless amenities while staying at the Four Seasons Resort, including a full-service spa, a roof-top steakhouse, a Tom Fazio golf course, tennis courts, splash zone, family pool, and an adults-only pool. There’s also an activities island hosting a complimentary camp just for kids and a world-class fitness center, according to My Fox Orlando.

Explorer Island

Guests of the Four Seasons understand that they are staying at one of the most well-respected resorts in the hotel industry. Four Seasons is known for their state-of-the-art personal service. In fact, according to Orlando Sentinel, industry analysts say few do better with regards to their employee training than Four Seasons. You will be hard pressed to open a door for yourself before a staff member opens it for you.

“They’re the gold standard,” said Scott Smith, a hospitality industry consultant and senior vice president with PKK Consulting. “Their training is the best in the world, but you pay for that,” he admits to Orlando Sentinel.

Guests realize that they are getting exactly what they are paying for, and are not disappointed with the Four Seasons experience.

“It’s true you’re paying a premium,” said Alan Reichbart, the resort’s director of marketing. “But you’re getting premium service.”

That’s what separates the elaborate hotels from the mediocre. Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World, Orlando, will look forward to serving all their guests.

[Photo Credits: Karafranker.com, FourSeasons.com, BizJournals.com]