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Full Bed Rooms at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World

By Dave Shute

(For the first page of this review of Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World, see this)

PHOTO TOUR OF A FULL BED ROOM AT THE FOUR SEASONS RESORT ORLANDO

Four Seasons Resort Orlando Standard Two Bed Room Floor Plan from yourfirstvisit.net
At 500 square feet, standard rooms at the Four Seasons are larger than those at any Disney-owned resort, and according to Four Seasons are the largest standard hotel rooms in Orlando.

Standard rooms at  Four Seasons Orlando with two beds offer only full beds, somewhat astonishingly in an era at Disney World when among Disney’s standard rooms only Disney’s value resorts don’t offer queens. The other room type, king bed rooms (reviewed here), will be much better choices for most, as their fold-out sofas are the most comfortable such I’ve ever slept on.

The bath, TV side, and balcony set up of the two room types are identical. If because of that you want to skip ahead to the next page of this review, it is here. If you just want to see the bed side, click here.

Deeply Inset Entry Doors at Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

The entry doors are deeply inset from the hall, allowing for a second set of doors at the hall edge –you can see just a bit of one at the left edge of the image–to close off the entries of two connecting rooms. Typically connecting rooms have a king room on one side and a full room on the other. Book one of each, close off the hall doors, and you’ve got a nice mini-suite.
Room Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

As you enter, the closet and bath are on one side, with the rest of the room ahead of you.

Closet Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

The L-shaped closet is larger than some Wyoming towns, and includes lots of hanging space, drawers and other storage.

Bath Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

A sliding  door separates it from the double sinks of the bath. In the bath mirror is a TV, marvelous to some.

Bath Glop Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Some of the bath gear.

Tub Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Beyond the sink is the large tub…

Shower Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

…with a separate shower on the other side.

Bath Glop Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net (2)

Some of the shower supplies…

Robes Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

…and robes hanging outside the shower.

Toilet Door Closed Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Next to the shower is the toilet, with a sliding door that adds some needed privacy to this otherwise overly open space.

Pantry Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Out in the room itself, on the wall dividing the sleeping space from the bath you’ll find this. The lighted center area is the coffee service.

Coffee Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

I did not figure out how to work this until my final morning–the coffee thingee goes in sideways, who knew?

Mini Fridge Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Above is a mini-fridge and storage…

Lower Pantry Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

…with more storage, and a safe, below. (I’ve also been in rooms where the safe is above the coffee service.) Now you can use this space however you wish…but Four Seasons would be pleased were you to call room service and order a bar.

TV Side Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

On the TV side of the room you’ll find a dresser, TV, and desk/table combo.

TV Know You Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

The TV was pleased to know my name.

Dresser Storage Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

There’s plenty of storage in this room, including the six dresser drawers.

Desk-Table Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Further down this side is the desk/table. The Disney deluxes have either a table for two or a desk. This (you’ll see similar furnishings in many other hotels) serves as either.

View from My Balcony Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

There’s two types of balconies in standard rooms. The vast majority have a full-width, standard depth balcony like this one:

Balcony Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net
Note the light and power outlet. The view from this balcony is at the top of the page.

Larger Balconies Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

But there’s also a small group of rooms that take advantage of an outthrust high in the building and get bigger balconies. In the image, the outthrust is at top center.

Balcony Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net (2)

Balconies in these rooms are at least twice as deep.

Balcony Four Seasons Resort Orlando from yourfirstvisit.net

The deeper balcony from another angle.

Back in the room, to the bed side.

Bed Side Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Here’s the bed side of a full bed room.

Full Bed Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

The full beds are comfortable, and each comes with a couple of ottomans at its foot, so all can be dragged about for musical chairs and other impromptu room games.

Easy Chair Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

At the balcony end of the two bed rooms there’s an easy chair, where one can relax and contemplate why a room that costs more than $500 a night has such small beds.

iPad Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Rooms of both types come with an iPad for guest use.

Light Control Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World from yourfirstvisit.net

Lighting is straightforward and adequate, with one minor exception. Most task and general lights are easy to use, but the main lighting of the room is controlled by this fixture which doesn’t look like any of the other on/off buttons in the room.  I found it only by assuming that something somewhere in the room would turn the lights off…

AMENITIES AT THE FOUR SEASONS RESORT ORLANDO

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