I travel the world over, but I have to say that one of my most satisfying and relaxing vacations this year was at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando. Imagine a 5-star resort where you can actually feel relaxed in the middle of theme park craziness!
For all of you fans out there, good news—Disney’s Yacht Club Resort suites and guest rooms have been lovingly renovated in a contemporary nautical style, with the Captain’s Deck Suite being the most luxurious of all!
Most of us know the obvious mistakes not to make when traveling to Orlando—missing the 180-day mark for Disney dining reservations or neglecting to pre-reserve Disney Fastpass+. But here are some very important, often forgotten missteps for the luxury traveler that could make the difference between a good and great vacation.
From its fifth-floor perch, the Grand Suite at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa offers 2,220 square feet of luxury.
On the 5th floor Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the jewel-like Vice Presidential Nantucket Suite, totally transformed with a recent renovation, perfect for a romantic getaway.
Author: Megan Biller | Comments: 1 | Categories: ADVENTURES BY DISNEY®, AULANI VACATION PLANNING , DISNEY CRUISE LINE , DISNEYLAND® RESORT, WALT DISNEY WORLD® , WALT DISNEY WORLD® DINING , WALT DISNEY WORLD® HOTELS, WALT DISNEY WORLD® SUITES
At Glass Slipper Concierge we don’t only want your family to enjoy a Disney destination, we want you to experience it in a truly unforgettable way.
The elegant new look of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa guest rooms has expanded in an even better way to the resort’s suites.
Nothing better than to find that one of your least favorite suites has been transformed into a real beauty, the case with the Presidential Newport Suite at Disney’s Beach Club Resort.
For the ultimate in luxury consider a suite on the Four Seasons Resort Orlando’s covetable 16th floor.
Disney’s Boardwalk Inn’s Vice Presidential Sonora Suite offers a charming Victorian-style in its 1,744 square feet, one that is quite pleasing.