All Four Seasons rooms come with either a king-sized bed or two double beds, as well as a queen-sized sofa bed.
The entryway to the room, which connects the bedroom and the closet.
The walk-in closet has a bench with cabinets and shelves. Spare bedding was stacked in the top of the closet, and there were multiple different types of hangers for whatever you might need to hang up.
The bathroom is just as spacious and gorgeous as the bedroom. It has two sinks, a bathtub, and a separate walk-in shower.
There’s a TV screen in the mirror to keep you company while washing your hands for 20 seconds.
Because the shower is separate from the bath, there won’t be any pesky shower curtain getting in the way of relaxation time.
The toilet is just around the corner in the bathroom.
The shower has a few shelves built into the corner and two separate shower heads, one fixed and one removable.
Of course, there were some fluffy bathrobes.
The room comes equipped with a coffee maker, water bottles, and ice bucket.
There were plenty of cabinets around the kitchenette, and one housed this mini-fridge.
The safe was in another cabinet.
The thermostat is right next to the bed.
If we weren’t taking pictures, we probably would have dropped right onto that bed and gone to sleep!
The bedside tables each had a drawer and cabinet. Above each table was a light and outlets. We love the light and artwork above the sofa bed.
The bench at the end of the bed is perfect if you need more seating or somewhere to set your bag after a long day at the park.
There’s a table and two rolling chairs that thankfully don’t get in the way of the sofa bed.
On the table was a summary of some of the precautions the resort is taking during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as a schedule of events. The resort may be at Walt Disney World, but there’s no shortage of activities at the Four Seasons itself to keep you occupied.
Plum Wine Dispenser
This is the in-room wine machine, where you can pick from two wines to dispense into a glass. You can watch our video of the machine below.
Before we go, we couldn’t forget to show you our balcony and view!
The balcony has two chairs and a table.
Our room had a beautiful lake view.
Though this isn’t technically a park view, we could see some Magic Kingdom resorts in the distance.
The weather was perfect for sitting on the balcony and enjoying the view.
We hope you enjoyed this room tour at Four Seasons Resort Orlando in Walt Disney World. Make sure to check out our video of the tour below.