Unless you're sleeping in Cinderella Castle itself, there may be no suite more royal than the aptly named "Royal Suite" at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World.
According to the hotel, when the suite is expanded to its largest configuration (nine bedrooms), it's the largest hotel suite on Disney property.
The $17,000 per night suite includes state-of-the-art audio/visual integration, including a concealed media screen and projector which drops down from the ceiling in the master bedroom, and in-mirror televisions in the master bathroom. It includes motorized draperies controlled from a central touchpad system to conceal or expose the expansive views. The Royal Suite offers views of the nightly Magic Kingdom Park firework display (temporarily on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions).
Outside the suite, the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World is home to a five-acre water park, an adult-only pool, a complimentary children's program, an 18-hole golf course, several restaurants and a spa. There's also a character breakfast for hotel guests.
Once guests have had time to take photos with their favorite characters, they can take the complimentary transportation to Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
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