Ground broken on Disney World’s Four Seasons hotel

In a ceremony attended by about 50 representatives of its various partners, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts broke ground last week on its new resort at Disney World.

The 444-room hotel, being built as part of Disney World’s posh Golden Oak residential subdivision, is scheduled to open in 2014. Amenities will include a rooftop restaurant with views of the Magic Kingdom, a 14,000-square-foot spa, three pools and a lazy river, and meeting-and-event space.

The project, the first hotel in Orlando for Toronto-based Four Seasons, pairs two of the most glamorous brands in travel: Four Seasons and Disney.

“Each of us is dedicated to creating a product of the highest quality and standards, something that will become a landmark here in Orlando and a destination unto itself for travelers from all over the world,” Four Seasons President and Chief Executive Officer Kathleen Taylor said in a prepared statement.

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