Four Seasons at Disney World in Orlando Review
I’ve previously reviewed the Orlando Four Seasons at Disney World, but I love this hotel so much that it deserves 2 reviews!
The Four Seasons in Orlando has upped the ante for choosing a Disney World luxury hotel. The Four Seasons in Orlando goes beyond being a “nice Disney property” to choose from, it is a destination in itself.
1- The Four Seasons Orlando is a destination in its own right
I’m aware that declaring the Four Seasons a destination in its own right is a big assertion. However, there is so many amenities at the Orlando’s Four Seasons that it would be silly to just call it a hotel.
Outside of hosting fabulous rooms that one can lay their head at night, the hotel includes this non-exhaustive list of amenities : tennis courts, lazy river, 2 water slides, rock climbing wall, multiple pools, splash pad, volleyball, basketball, complimentary kids camp, the hideout for teenagers, a golf course, a full service spa, multiple restaurants, poolside service and character breakfasts.
Describing the massive amount of amenities at the Four Seasons does not do it justice. Pictures speak a thousand words!
Everything you see in the picture below is the massive water park area, kids club, and teen hideout.
2- The Four Seasons in Orlando is on Disney Property
Unlike the Ritz Carlton and Waldorf Astoria, the Four Seasons is actually located on Disney property. No, Disney does not own the Four Seasons but the location is just as good as many of the Disney owned hotels. You will lose the advantage of using the monorail, but I’m honestly not sure if that’s an advantage or disadvantage.
Anyway, the Four Seasons has its own transportation system that runs to all of the theme Disney parks.
Also, you can buy your Disney World tickets and pick up will call tickets at the Four Seasons just like you would if staying at a Disney owned hotel.
3- The Rooms and service would hold up as a 5 star hotel if it wasn’t located at Disney World
Let’s face it, the Grand Floridian would not be considered a 5 star hotel in any location other than Disney World.
I know that a ton of people love the Grand Floridian, but its simply not in the same category as the Four Seasons. It’s just not. Trust me, I’ve stayed at both.
Disclaimer: We received a media rate for our stay at the Four Seasons in Orlando. However, my opinions are my own and I still paid dearly for this vacation!