The Disney World area is slowly reopening — and that includes some third party hotels.
Last month, we got the news that the Four Seasons Orlando resort would be reopening in July. Sure enough, the Four Seasons opened today with a bunch of new health and safety measures to boot. Let’s take a look!
According to Fox 35 Orlando, Four Seasons has implemented their new Lead with Care initiative to help guide their protocols during the reopening. The initiative includes intensified cleaning and sanitizing, appointing a Hygiene Officer to supervise measures, retraining housekeeping staff, and implementing new technologies.
There are some measures more focused on the guest experience as well. All rooms come with a Lead with Care kit that includes masks, hand sanitizer, and wipes. There are physical distancing measures being implemented, reduced capacities, contactless delivery and ordering, and offerings in the Four Seasons app.
When speaking on the new measures, Four Seasons President of Global Operations Christian Clerc said, “While the Four Seasons experience may look different in this new environment, it will ultimately feel the same – our dedicated people will continue to deliver the same intuitive service and personalized care for which Four Seasons is known and trusted the world over.”
We experienced the updated dining experience at Four Seasons for ourselves when it first reopened! We’ll keep an eye on the Four Seasons and let you know if there is any news out of the hotel or further updates to the experience!
Will you be staying at the reopened Four Seasons? Tell us in the comments!
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