Four Seasons Orlando Now Open

The Four Seasons Orlando opened on August 4, 2014. Within the gates of Walt Disney World Resort, the hotel offers a distraction-free 37,750 square foot conference center, with its own dedicated drop-off area. The space is complemented by two outdoor spaces of 5,000 to 7,000 square feet, offering the perfect location for starlit gatherings.

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Reflecting the Spanish Revival architecture of Florida’s golden age, lakeside Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort offers 443 spacious guest rooms, including 68 suites. The resort combines signature Four Seasons service, exceptional amenities and one-of-a-kind experiences in a truly incredible resort setting. Guests can choose from 443 modern, airy rooms, including 68 suites, with configuration options tailored for couples and individuals, and families and friends travelling together. Available too is a nine bedroom –yes, you read that right – Royal Suite on the 16th floor. The Presidential Suite on the same floor can expand to include four bedrooms. For a truly extravagant experience you can book the entire 16th floor exclusively. 

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The Resort’s rooms are the largest in Orlando, and each has a wide, furnished terrace to enjoy the Florida sunshine and views across 26.5 acres of lushly landscaped grounds, including gardens, lake and golf course.  Many rooms also offer unobstructed views of the nightly fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park.

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Glorious Food

Four Seasons Resort Orlando includes Ravello, a modern Italian restaurant and vibrant bar on the hotel’s main floor and garden level. Italian-born and trained Executive Chef Fabrizio Schenardi has taken full advantage of Ravello’s pizza oven and Florida’s bounty of produce and fresh seafood to craft seasonally changing menus and bespoke events in two private dining rooms. There’s also a show kitchen for private cooking demonstrations and special events.

The resort also offers Lickety-Split, a gourmet coffee shop offering grab-and-go options for guests ready to head into the Parks.  Lickety-Split also offers sweet and savory bombolinis, and daily flavors of house made gelato.

Crowning the culinary choices at Four Seasons Resort Orlando will be Capa, a contemporary Spanish steakhouse set to open in September 2014. The 17th floor restaurant and outdoor dining terrace will afford premier views of the nightly Magic Kingdom Park fireworks as a backdrop for exquisite meals in a romantic setting.

For Meetings and Groups

With 37,750 square feet of event space – much of it naturally lit – and the expert planning and attention to detail of Four Seasons event specialists, putting an event together is a snap. The 14,000 square foot Grand Ballroom offers natural light and two outdoor terraces. There is also the elegant Palm Ballroom, and an array of smaller spaces and outdoor lawns that can accommodate up to 1,000 guests. 

More information about Four Seasons Orlando here.

Photographs courtesy of Four Seasons Orlando.