The guest rooms are just a small part of your experience at the Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World, although they are an important part.
Rates start at around $500 for a room with an obstructed view. The rate increases to about $580 for a view of the Golden Oak and Lake areas. But if you want a view of "The Park", and the fireworks that go off nightly at the Magic Kingdom, expect to pay $800 a night.
However, these rooms do include a king bed and a pull-out sofa that can sleep two children. It will be a tight squeeze but the park view is so worth it, especially after a long day at the park. You can enjoy the fireworks with room service, and Chardonnay, on your balcony, without having to be in the park. #treatyoself
The rooms also come with a Nespresso machine and a small mini-fridge for you to stash your milk, juice, snacks, and leftovers if needed.
And every room at the hotel will be prepared with costumes for the children in advance of your arrival--tutus, tiaras and wands for little girls and pirates gear for little boys (or you can request the opposite.) Children also receive their own chocolate alligator (welcome to Florida!) and a small carton of milk as their welcome amenity.
For the babies, the Four Seasons offers a cute little box filled with a bib, wipes, two diapers, a small plush alligator and Trudi bath toiletries. And of course, a crib can be sent up to the room.
All kids get their own Four Seasons Passport, which is actually an activity in itself. If the children get stamps from all the spots listed in the passport (such as the restaurants, the pools, the spa, etc), they will get a token from the front desk for a free gelato from the Lickity Split coffee shop. This is a perfect rainy day activity with a sweet treat to boot.
As for technology, there is one giant flat-screen television on the dresser (the theme park channel is a great distractor for the kids while you're racing around getting ready for the day ahead) and an iPad Mini by the bedside which is loaded with information about the property, the area, the theme parks and even the room service menus.
The bathroom, like the rest of the room, is luxurious and sophisticated, meaning you don't have to sacrifice your penchance for design and style while staying with your kids. (We would be careful bathing toddlers in the bath though.)
And when you wake up in the morning, Walt Disney World is your oyster. But if that day isn't a park day, you can scope out the Four Seasons pools from your perch, planning out what to do first.
Yes, these are pricey hotel rooms for an already-pricey vacation but there is also no resort fee and the Kids For All Seasons Club is included in the room rate.
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