When you book your Disney World vacation, you have a LOT of options when it comes to hotels. You can stay in a Disney hotel, like Pop Century, Caribbean Beach Resort, or the Contemporary Resort. Or, you can stay in a non-Disney hotel close to the parks.
One of those non-Disney hotels that is close to the parks is the Four Seasons Resort Orlando, and they’ve just announced two new packages in celebration of Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, but they’re going to cost you!
The first is the Royal Splendor 5-night top floor package. It is a special buyout of the entire top floor of the hotel. It is designed for up to 50 guests (who even knows that many people?!) and includes your choice of one signature experience per day of your stay.
This room (Should we even say “room”? This place is more like a mansion.) comes with a whopping 21 bedrooms and you can pick from signature experiences like a private character dining experience, a buyout of the on-site spa (!!), and a Disney VIP tour.
As if all of that wasn’t enough, this package also comes with daily butler service, one pool cabana for every day of your stay, a special welcome amenity for all of the guests, plus nightly turn down service! The only downside? It’ll cost you a cool $500,000.
For a more budget-friendly option, you can book the Grand Getaway 4-night package. This package includes a four-night stay in the hotel’s three-bedroom Grand Suite, which will accommodate up to six guests. It also includes one of the signature experiences mentioned above, a daily poolside cabana, and welcome amenities for all of the guests. This package is priced at $50,000.
If you’re interested in booking either of these packages, reservations must be made by calling the hotel directly. As always, make sure to keep reading DFB for all the latest Disney news!
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