The Four Seasons Resort Orlando presented a media lunch by Executive Chef Fabrizio Schenardi and Capa Chef Gabriel Massip for Los Angeles press members at Culina in the Four Seasons Beverly Hills to introduce some of the highlights from their resort at Walt Disney World in Florida. ‘A Taste of Magic’ included select plates for a three-course tasting extravaganza.
And though not present at the event, Executive Pastry Chef Rabii Saber, a member of the American team for the Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie competition in Lyon, France (known in the pastry world as the pastry Olympics) sent his welcome with a treat from his chocolate bar collection.
The property in Orlando offers secluded residential setting with contemporary guest rooms and luxurious suites. There are six restaurants onsite include Capa – a Spanish inspired rooftop steakhouse and bar with nightly fireworks views. Other cuisines include Italian, Florida southern, Cuban, American and Lickety Split for your grab and go convenience.
Their Tom Fazio designed golf course offers 18 holes of championship level play and is also a wildlife sanctuary. The spa services include an adult-only pool and activity options include a lazy river, rock-climbing wall and dive-in movies. You can head to the theme parks in luxury motor coaches from Orlando’s only resort to receive the coveted AAA Five Diamond Award.
Check with the onsite planning center for your trip to the parks and whether your are with family, friends or a special other, this sounds like a lovely option away from the crowds to enjoy your Disney memories. Adding to my travel plans for 2020 and if you've been then do share in the comments on your experience and recommendations!