Spring break is just around the corner, and Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is offering incredible activities for kids of all ages, with a spotlight on outdoor fun. Kids will have a blast at the Resort’s five-acre (two hectare) Explorer Island waterpark, and will enjoy a revolving schedule of creative activities offered through Kids For All Seasons. New this spring season is special programming for tweens and teens, creating an appealing vibe.
Four Seasons Resort Orlando recently unveiled updated guestrooms and suites, and with a fresh look and Lead With Care health and safety measures in place, the Resort remains Central Florida’s #1 luxury resort and a coveted family vacation destination.
Activities for Teens
With an array of activities designed for the tween and teen set, parents may be pleasantly surprised to see their kids take a break from screen time and experience active recreation while at #FSOrlando. Upon check in to the Resort, teens receive a welcome amenity including a gourmet popcorn and specialty soda. Teens will also love the ability to order a complimentary signature mocktail, off-menu and available only to the teens who request, at each of the Resort restaurants. New activities, such as the “(Not So) Fast & Furious,” a timed golf cart obstacle course, will give teens something interactive and unique for their age group.
“Our Resort has many areas that have always been perfect for teens to enjoy, from the lazy river to the water slides to the sport court on Explorer Island,” notes Thomas Steinhauer, Regional Vice President and General Manager. “However, these added offerings will make it even more fun for them. Our Resort aims to provide fun for the whole family.”
The Resort’s Hideout lounge is the perfect space for tweens and teens to enjoy some relaxing fun, with a large sectional sofa and big-screen television ideal for watching movies or playing video games. Several additional video games are also available in a separate area of The Hideout, including a multi-player PAC-MAN. The Hideout also offers billiards, interactive video table games, and more. Now, select nights and designated times The Hideout will be open for teens only, giving them a chance to meet and enjoy spending time with other teen guests. Activities including sand volleyball, basketball on the sport court, and games such as table tennis and air hockey also beckon to teens. On select nights, after the Dive-In family movie feature, the Resort will run a PG or PG-13 movie by The Hideout. Teens can hang out together and watch the movie, and enjoy complimentary popcorn and additional light bites, which vary, such as cotton candy, mini hot dogs, soda floats and soft pretzels.
Kids For All Seasons
Offered daily, the Kids For All Seasons kids camp program offers a complimentary, supervised kids camp with a variety of creative activities for ages 4-12. For spring break dates from March 13 through April 9, 2021, Kids For All Seasons is offering extra fun activities, such as Family Fun S’Mores nights at The Cove fire pit, water games on the Sport Court, family game night at The Hideout, “Olympics” at The Mansion recreation area, PAC-MAN and Mario Kart competitions, spin art crafts, lazy river boat races, hula hooping contests, balloon artistry, and much more.
Fun for All Ages
Perhaps the best part of Four Seasons Resort Orlando is the intentional design of the Resort, with specific areas designed to appeal to different age groups, catering perfectly to multi-gen travellers. Teens can have a blast in the lazy river or water slides, or playing water volleyball at The Cove section of the river. For little ones, there’s a separate Splash Zone with zero-entry and various depths, perfect for toddlers and babies able to sit and splash with their guardian. The Explorer family pool is great for all ages, and the toddler slide and zero-entry is also ideal for younger children.
While kids are being entertained at Kids For All Seasons, adults can enjoy the peaceful Oasis pool, for adults 21 and older. The lakeside pool is surrounded by palm trees and white cabanas, and attentive pool servers cater to guests’ every need. An 18-hole golf course, three Har-Tru tennis courts, and The Spa also provide adults a welcome respite. During spring break, there are several outdoor fitness classes available to guests, including Morning Meditation, Hatha Yoga, and Cardio Row, all outdoors on the fitness lawns. In addition, guests can experience a unique Aqua Aerobics, held in the lazy river using the current of the river for added resistance.
Guests of Four Seasons Resort Orlando will enjoy the Resort’s own on-site character breakfast, The Good Morning Breakfast with Goofy & His Pals, offered on Saturdays and select Thursdays at Ravello restaurant. Guests also can take advantage of complimentary transportation to Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The Resort’s lobby level Disney Planning Center serves as a full-service Disney concierge to assist guests with all Disney needs, from theme park tickets to dining reservations, reserving a VIP Tour, and more. The Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival begins March 3, 2021 and guests can enjoy the Resort’s very own custom Disney character topiaries, in celebration of the Festival. Designed by the Walt Disney World Resort horticulture team, topiaries of Mickey and Minnie will be located on the Resort’s main palm pathway, outside of Ravello restaurant, a perfect spot to take a snap and share on “the Gram.”
Over select dates in 2021, guests can save up to 20 percent through the Advance Purchase Offer, or can enjoy the Bed and Breakfast Package. For those planning ahead for a summer vacation, Four Seasons Resort Orlando is offering a Fourth Night Free Package, available May 1 to September 30, 2021. Book online or call 1 800 267 3046.