Four Seasons Resort Orlando Opens This Summer

Amenities at the 23-acre include the Explorer Island waterpark and a rooftop restaurant By: Chelsee Lowe
Catch a fireworks show from the new property’s rooftop restaurant. // © 2014 Disney
Catch a fireworks show from the new property’s rooftop restaurant. // © 2014 Disney

The new Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is now accepting reservations for stays beginning Aug. 3, and the lush, 23-acre property stands ready to meet the needs of parents and kids traveling in style. The resort boasts a prime location in the luxurious Golden Oak community, plus views of the Magic Kingdom Park’s nightly fireworks show from rooftop steakhouse Capa and an array of elaborate, family-friendly hangouts.

Young guests will thoroughly enjoy Explorer Island, where they can spend hours in an interactive fountain in the Splash Zone or cruise past a waterfall on their way down the winding Lazy River. Nearby, clients will also find The Mansion, a family gathering place with table tennis, pool tables, bocce ball, a 242-foot waterslide and more. Parents might escape briefly to the adults-only pool, which overlooks a lake and is equipped with underwater audio.

Four Seasons has also collaborated with Disney to bring park-related services and themed amenities to the property, including the Disney Planning Center, a one-stop shop to help guests organize park vacations, from tickets to dining reservations. Other offerings include the bi-weekly “Good Morning Breakfast With Goofy and His Pals” and transportation to the Disney Parks. www.fourseasons.com

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