Yes, there is a step above the deluxe resorts. One of Disney’s fanciest resorts is the Four Seasons Resort located inside Disney’s Golden Oak neighborhood (Disney’s $$$ neighborhood). We were invited to come out to Four Seasons Resort for a special event, and we took you with us!
After we parked in valet parking, we took a look around inside this beautiful hotel.
We love all the incredible detail in this hotel, and it’s been enhanced even more with the 14 new paintings artist Dom Corona has added to the hotel.
Two of the new paintings hang in the main entrance on either side of the fireworks-themed chandelier — one is themed to the day, one to the night.
Further down the hall, you can see a series of floral-inspired canvases. The top two designs can even be bought and taken home! They also work with a unique Instagram filter that brings the works to life by making the flowers look like they pop out of the painting.
We love that each of his new paintings really reminds you that you’re on vacation in The Most Magical Place on Earth. If you’d like to meet Dom Corona, he will be working from the hotel’s gift shop, painting live, and answering questions from guests on select days throughout July.
Thanks to these new items, you can also enjoy some limited-time menu items at The Lobby Bar every Friday-Sunday from 5PM-11PM. The two drinks available are the Sparkling Citrus Symphony, made with lemonade, soda, and agave and served with a tiny canvas and watercolor paint set for $11. And yes, you can take your mini painting home!
The other drink available is the Painter’s Palette for $20. It’s made of Hendricks Gin, Chef Fabrizio’s House-Made Limoncello Agave, and Laurent Perrier Brut, and you get two tubes of blueberry and strawberry “paints” (they’re flavored syrups) that you can squirt into your drink!
As for food, there are three special eats:
- Mahi Masterpiece ($22) made of peppers, garlic “paint,” mahi mahi ceviche, cilantro, and plantain chips
- The Sculpted Kebab ($18) made of vegetables, beef, oregano garlic seasoning, and harissa greek yogurt
- Gallerist’s Gazpacho ($14) which is traditional Andalucian tomato gazpacho served with a dry ice fog
Next door at the Lickety Split ice cream shop, you can grab the Waddle Cone, which is made of strawberry gelato served in a sprinkle-topped waffle cone with a Daisy bow on top!
There’s only a limited time left to enjoy these offerings since they stop at the end of July! Remember, you don’t have to be staying at this resort to try out these eats. Be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for all the latest Disney news!
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Would you ever stay at this expensive resort? Tell us in the comments!
Disclosure: We were invited by Disney to attend this art showing and tasting at the Four Seasons Resort. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.