BREAKING: “Beauty and The Beast” Inspired Lounge at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort to be Named “Enchanted Rose” Opening This Fall; Menu Details Released

With the recently announced new “Beauty and the Beast”-inspired lounge coming to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney has released more exciting news about the reimagined space – including an official name as well as menu details.

Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Located on the second floor of the lobby, this re-imagined lounge will be called Enchanted Rose and will celebrate the magic and romance of Disney’s popular live-action movie. Featuring four unique spaces inspired by Belle and the Beast, you’ll find charm and elegance around every corner. The lounge includes a chandelier inspired by Belle’s flowing ball gown as well as a formal library that will showcase classical baroque designs and French furnishing. A garden room will take its inspiration from the enchanted forest surrounding the castle, and an outdoor patio will evoke the romance of Beast’s garden terrace.

Enchanted Rose will feature a delicious menu with a variety of shareable bites. Snack on an artisanal cheese selection with pine nut bread and raisins or enjoy an exquisite dish of white sturgeon caviar served with egg timbale, crème fraiche, and chives.

Mini Smoked Short Rib Sliders from Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

In addition, you could try the Mini Smoked Short Rib Sliders with glacier blue cheese and onion marmalade on brioche buns. Or if seafood is more your style, you can order the Espelette Pepper-Spiced Shrimp or Octopus a la Plancha with black olives, blistered tomatoes, and fingerling potatoes. There’s also the Crab and Gnocchetti Gratin, which comes with jumbo lump crab, gnocchetti sardi, robiola bosina mornay, and citrus breadcrumbs.

Espelette Pepper-Spiced Shrimp and Octopus a la Plancha from Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Other options include truffle fries as well as a house-made flatbread pizza featuring charred broccolini, seasonal mushrooms, fennel sausage, ricotta salata, and tomato confits.

Specialty Alcoholic Beverages from Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

On the beverage menu is a variety of beverages including cocktails and martinis as well as spirits, beer, cider and even a few non-alcoholic options for guests of all ages. Featured cocktails include beverages such as the Island Rose with grapefruit and rose vodka, lime, orgeat, pineapple, bitters, and rose water. You can also sip on the Lavender Fog (dry gin, crème de violette, English breakfast tea, vanilla, and cream) or the Garden Daisy (tequila, midori, lime, egg white, and cucumber). The lounge will also be pouring an extensive collection of wine and Champagne by the glass.

Specialty Non-Alcoholic Beverages from Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Non-alcoholic options include a Garden Cocktail (non-alcoholic spirit, lime juice, agave nectar, and soda) as well as the B&B (fresh-brewed iced tea, lemon, blueberry, and basil) and the Rosemary Cooler (Odwalla lemonade, vanilla, and rosemary).

Enchanted Rose will open this fall at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

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    1. If you’re wondering about an opening date for this, when Disney says Fall it could mean right up until the day before winter officially starts (sometimes sooner).

  1. Maybe it’s just me, but looking at that picture I would never guess this place has anything to do with Beauty and the Beast. Looks fresh, modern and somewhere I’d be interested in going to BUT it feels like trying to fit the B&tB IP onto it is a big stretch.

    1. That’s why this article and Disney say B&tB “inspired”….it will have indirect thematic elements. Anything beyond what is represented here would be too campy….and MK already has a realistic B&tB setting. This place is 100% for adults too, considering it is an alcoholic bar in a pricey resort. Its intention is to keep you immersed in Disney IP but not to the point where it’s gaudy.

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