Do you know what the most expensive hotel on Disney World property is?
It’s not the Contemporary Resort or even the Grand Floridian (although both do cost a pretty penny). The most expensive hotel on property is the Four Seasons Hotel. Come check out what nearly $1,000 a night will get you in your hotel room!
Now first, we should note that just like the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, which you may be more familiar with, the Four Seasons is on Disney World property, but is not owned by Disney. You will find many of the same perks, but some things will be different. For example, you are eligible for the same early theme park entry and extended evening hours benefits you would get staying at a Disney World Deluxe Resort. And you’ll get free shuttles to and from the parks — but it won’t be Disney buses.
Quincy made a video about her stay that you can watch right here!
We stayed in a standard room at the Four Seasons. Keep in mind that room layouts may change slightly depending on what room you’re in, but let’s dive in!
When we walked into the room, the bathroom was immediately to our right.
Inside you’ll find not only a large tub, but a large shower as well!
Yes, you can choose between taking a bath or a shower. In the bath, you’ll find complimentary hair products and body wash attached to the wall.
To the left of the bathtub, behind a small wall, is the commode.
On the right wall of the bathroom is the shower, which also comes with complimentary hair products and body wash.
Directly opposite the shower, you’ll find a vanity with two sinks, complimentary soaps, and makeup mirror, and plenty of towels. And don’t forget the full-length mirror on the door.
However, you’ll also notice a TV remote on the counter, and no, it’s not for the TV outside.
There is a hidden TV INSIDE the mirror! So you can watch your favorite show or film while you bathe — how WILD is that?
Exiting the bathroom and turning to the right, you’ll enter the rest of the room. The two beds are located to the right side of the room.
In between the beds, you’ll find a bedside table, as well as two sets of slippers on the floor for guests to use.
It features a cordless phone, and a few outlets to plug in your devices…
…a call button to indicate you’d like privacy or service to your room…
…as well as a digital assistant to help suggest options around the hotel, transportation to the Disney parks, and more.
To the left of the second bed is a chair with a matching footrest.
There’s also a private balcony that you can use to enjoy your days and nights.
Back inside the room, across from the beds you’ll find a wardrobe with a set of dressers.
To the left of that, you’ll find a table with two chairs in front of a long desk.
When we arrived we found a welcome platter of fresh fruit and cheeses…
…but also a special AllEars welcome!
The desk itself also holds more room necessities, such as another phone, a lamp, a guidebook of the resort, a notepad and pen, and more.
Finally, to the left of the desk, you’ll find a TV set atop a dresser. This is the main set of storage space to put your clothes.
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Disclosure: We were invited by Four Seasons to stay at this hotel. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.