— -- It’s on Walt Disney World Resort property, but in many ways feels like its own world. For fans of the Four Seasons and Disney -- two superstars in the world of travel -- this partnership that was more than a decade in the making may certainly feel like dreams really do come true.
With views of the fireworks, a shuttle to the main Disney parks and character breakfasts just for them, guests of the Four Seasons enjoy many, but not all, of the same perks as guests who stay at one of the Disney properties. The main difference is the absence of extra magic hours in the parks.
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But there’s plenty of perks: a complimentary kids' club that runs eight hours a day, free dining for kids 5 and under, an on-site coordinator for Disney tickets and experiences, a five-acre water park for guests and a spa.
Guest room rates start at $379 per night and run all the way up to $14,000 per night for the Royal Suite -- the hotel suite of the week -- which has up to nine bedrooms, a 1,000 square-foot terrace. pantry kitchen, media center and more.