• Jesse John Francis Clark

Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort

Four Seassons Resort Orlando

Ok, it's been a couple of months since my last blog post here on JetSet Jesse. I have been busy running with my multiple companies and non-profit as well as traveling across the U.S. However, I had some downtime to put together this post.

I recently stayed at the Four Seasons in Orlando and thought it would be a great hotel to post here on the blog. The Four Seasons in Orlando is considered the best (and most expensive) hotel in Orlando. I stayed there for one night as I had to fly out the next morning to head to Fort Lauderdale. I made sure I took advantage of what this resort had to offer.

LOBBY: Upon entering the lobby, you are greeted with a view of the back of the resort through big glass windows and a winding staircase to the lower floor where all of the restaurants and shopping are. They also have a nice sitting area with outlets so you can charge your phone while you are waiting for your car or your ride share.

ROOM: Since I was staying there for one night, I opted for a king room. It was pretty spacious a little under 600sf. Some features of the room were that there were plenty of outlets, a Bose Bluetooth speaker, slippers and robes, a balcony and an all marble bathroom with soaking tub.

POOL: What pool? There is a water park here with a lazy river, slides, pools, clubhouse with pool tables and video games and an adult only pool. I must have went around in the lazy river 20 times. The pool area in itself is worth the money to stay here.

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MY RATING: 5 out of 5 Stars. I don't give 5 stars out too often. This place earned it. I could not find any thing to complain about.

THE DAMAGE: Staying one night in a king room at the Four Seasons in Orlando will set you back $600 before tax and the resort fee.