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Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World

Located within the gates of the Magic Kingdom is the Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World. It’s a ultra luxury resort perfect for families and couples who want to visit the Disney World Parks but want to return home to a luxury resort and all it has to offer.  With views of the nightly fireworks you are still close to all the “magic” but in your own luxurious surroundings.

Lobby Refreshments


Fireworks or chandelier?


Entertainment in the lobby for the kids

Double Golden Oak view guest room

Guest rooms:

There are 347 total guest rooms and you have your choice of either Park view with nightly view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks or Golden Oak view and a choice of 2 double beds or a King bed with Sleeper sofa. All bathrooms include double sinks, shower, and soaking tub,  and TV monitor in the mirror.


216 suites make up the balance of accommodations from the 825 square feet Golden Oak view suite with one King bed, separate living area, and 2 balconies to the 3300 square feet Royal Suite with one King bed in the Master and en-suite bath, 1/2 bath, large living area with dining table, office, media room, and a large outside terrace.

Four Seasons Theme Park bus

This is one of the buses that will take you to all 4 Walt Disney World Theme parks.  Buses run every hour to Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom and every 1/2 hour to the Magic Kingdom.

Resort Amenities:

Oasis Adults-only pool

Adults-only pool

Explorer Island – family pool with zero entry, rock wall, lazy river, sand volleyball court, and more.

Lazy river

Pool-side lounges

Rock-climbing wall and water slide

Complimentary Kids for All Seasons program

Kids for All Seasons

The Complimentary Kids for All Seasons program runs daily from 10am – 6pm for kids ages 4-12.  Kids can stay all day or for a little while.  Evening programs are available on select days for a fee.

Lawn games, ping pong, and seating areas

Main pool

Lounge chair options at the main pool

Late departure lounge

For those with late afternoon or evening flights the departure lounge is an option to hangout in or clean up after a day in the theme parks or at the resort.

Fitness Center

The 24 hour fitness center is located near the pools with a distant view of the lake. Facilities include a locker room, steam/sauna, and complimentary fitness gear upon request.

Fitness Center

Also on property are tennis facilities and a Tom Fazio designed golf course with its own clubhouse as well as a 13,000 square foot spa with 18 treatment rooms.

Dining options:

For dining you can choose from Capa (Spanish Steakhouse), Ravello (Italian), PB&G (poolside dining from 11am – 6pm), and Plancha at the clubhouse for Cuban fare or lounge in the Lobby Bar, Capa Bar (watch the nightly fireworks) or Lickety Split for delicious gelato, pastries, sandwiches, or your favorite coffee drink.

Ravello Bar

Lickety Split

For those interested in character interactions you can find Goofy and his pals at the Good Morning Breakfast in Ravello on Thursday and Saturday mornings.  Advanced reservations are strongly recommended.

Walt Disney World planning desk in the lobby

Don’t forget the mousey neighbor! There’s a planning desk in the lobby that will be happy to arrange tickets, dining and fast pass reservations for you prior to your stay.


  • Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (excluding character breakfast)
  • Spa credit of USD 100 once during stay (not applicable to products)
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
  • Welcome note at check-in acknowledging you and your travel agency and the amenities that are being extended
  • Complimentary basic Internet in all guest rooms, complimentary premium Internet in all suites.


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