Four Sea­sons Or­lando

Or­lando, Florida, USA

Living Etc - - TRAVEL / ETC -

The low­down The new­est luxe ho­tel on the Walt Dis­ney World block. Best for Fam­i­lies who love a big dose of style along with their fun. The con­cept of ‘fam­ily friendly’ doesn’t get any more ‘fam­ily’ or ‘friendly’ than Walt Dis­ney World in Or­lando. But where to go after you’ve done strik­ing a pose with Mickey? A stylish re­treat with just enough piz­zazz to main­tain that ‘Have a nice day’ mood is the per­fect so­lu­tion and the Four Sea­sons Or­lando has both style and razzmatazz in spades. Min­utes from the Magic King­dom park, the ho­tel is an oa­sis of pretty neu­trals and el­e­gant tex­tures (think lime­stone floors and De­don hang­ing chairs), jux­ta­posed with all the fun of two 74-me­tre-long wa­ter slides, a lazy river and a splash zone. The com­pli­men­tary kids’ club means grown-ups are free to join a yoga class or sim­ply re­lax by the adults-only pool; and when it comes to din­ing, ev­ery­one is equally con­tent: Livingetc loved Capa, the Span­ish-style grill, which is all moody, dark-wood el­e­gance, while Lick­ety Split is, well, ice-cream heaven for those Lit­tle Livingetcs. Book it From ap­prox £360 per night, based on two shar­ing (foursea­sons.com/or­lando; dis­ney­hol­i­days.co.uk)

CLOCK­WISE FROM THIS PIC­TURE Four Sea­sons Or­lando’s rooms are spa­cious and mod­ern; make a splash on the slides; the Span­ish-style Capa restau­rant; and chill out by the adults-only pool

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