That’s right! Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts began construction of their new luxury resort at Walt Disney World last week during a special groundbreaking ceremony.
The 444 room Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is expected to open in 2014, and will feature several dining venues including a rooftop restaurant with views of Magic Kingdom Park; a 14,000 square foot spa; fitness center; three pools and a “lazy river”; sports and recreational facilities; as well as meeting and event space, and a business centre.
The new hotel will be located by the Tom Fazio-designed Osprey Ridge 18-hole championship golf course, which is to be renovated and managed by Four Seasons.
Four Seasons first acquired the land from Walt Disney World in 2008 and is working closely with New York-based Silverstein Properties and Dune Real Estate Partners to develop the new resort.
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