See the MASSIVE Renovations That Just Hit One Disney World Hotel

When you visit Disney World, where do you stay?

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Perhaps you always stay at a Disney World resort. Or maybe you like to stay off-property, maybe at a Disney Springs-area hotel or elsewhere. Well, one hotel near Disney World just got some HUGE renovations, which could convince you to stay there.

The Waldorf Astoria Orlando just got a massive renovation, and we’ve got a first look for you. The renovations began earlier this year and are the biggest upgrade the property has seen since it first opened in 2009. For starters, the lobby has been completely updated with a sophisticated feel of warm browns with white marble floors and a Waldorf Astoria brand clock in the center.

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Peacock Alley, located in the Grand Atrium, is inspired by the shape of a peacock’s feather with an Art Deco flair. The lounge also now features a new cocktail menu.

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Bull & Bear also got an upgrade with a modern-era flair. You’ll find tones of green, white, and black throughout. There are also some new menu items, like a new dessert menu that includes the Ring of Yuzu, which is presented as a “cloud of liquid nitrogen.” We got a chance to check out this reimagined restaurant — see our full review here!

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All guest rooms, including suites, were redesigned with a theme around the nature reserves’ wildlife, vegetation, and twilight hours. Colors are mostly neutral tones with soft greens with hints of pink and orange. The artwork in the rooms was also completely re-imagined.

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The NEW Waldorf Astoria spa is now offering new signature treatments and experiences, including The Isle of Serenity Room and the Salt Solace Room. New treatments will continue to roll out through 2024, including an expansion of the hotel’s partnership with Lola’s Apothecary.

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The golf club has been restored, “seamlessly weaving sustainable water conservation and landscaping practices with premium playing conditions.” The course has three holes that were completely redesigned, returning it to its original Par 72, 7000-yard layout.

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The hotel’s meetings and events area has also received an upgrade, including  adding the brand new Central Park Ballroom. This space offers 8,000 square feet of ballroom with nearly 2,600 square feet of pre-function space.

So if you’re looking for a NEW place to stay in the Disney World area, you might want to consider staying at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando — everything is practically brand new!

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