Four Seasons Orlando Disney Review


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I’ve been meaning to do this review for a while now. Last year, we took our First Disney Trip and we stayed at the relatively new Four Seasons Resort Orlando At Walt Disney World (which gets great reviews). We stayed for 5 nights and experienced what this Resort has to offer. Of course, we were traveling with kids and this place has a lot for them, as well as for mom and dad! Here is my over-due review of the room with a lot of pictures!

Four Seasons Orlando Disney Review

Entering Walt Disney World Resort area on way to Four Seasons Resort Orlando At Walt Disney World.

Four Seasons Orlando Disney Review

Exterior of property, the 443-room Four Seasons Resort.

 

Super comfortable king sized bed with great linens. There is a bed-side tablet that allows you to access and order dining and more! Really cool!

Pull out couch bed for kids, decked out with adorable pirate gear to keep! (Princess gear for girls.)

Crib also decked out with Four Seasons swag, a turtle toy, bib, wipes and nice baby toiletries.

Large bathroom, with separate tub and shower, double sinks, marble!

Separate shower with C.O. Bigelow Bath products (larger sized.)

Large Balcony. Nice to sit and get fresh air. Not the best view but, still nice.

Small kitchen area with small fridge and Nespresso maker off the front entrance. The hall behind here has the bathroom and ample open closet space.

I love an empty fridge that you can use to stock your own stuff! This room has a small one which worked perfectly for us to keep our drinks and snacks cold.

Small Desk area. Overall, decent sized room with everything that you need even with a family of 4. Pink backpack-style bags were more swag for kids complementary of the hotel.

Delicious room service breakfast that you can order from the hotel tablet and pre-schedule for delivery to the room at any time.

Bottom Line

We really like this property. While, it certainly is not the best deal financially it definitely has a lot of benefits. Their service is top notch and the amenities are very nice. I will do another post with the vast amenities of this property including the pools, spa, lazy river, Character breakfast and more!

Related

Booking Disney Dining

Overview: Fine Hotels and Resorts from American Express

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Comments

  1. We love staying there when we visit Disney. Being able to retreat from Disney crowds and relax and enjoy such a great hotel is worth the price. If you use the the Fine Hotels and Resorts option from Amex the pricing is comparable to the more expensive Disney properties and FS is so much better in every way.

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