Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is an elegant Victorian-style Resort with glittering chandeliers and shady verandahs. It enjoys close proximity to the Magic Kingdom, sitting along the white sandy beaches of the Seven Seas Lagoon. This resort is distinguished as the flagship hotel of the Walt Disney World Resort and offers world-class dining, entertainment and luxurious accommodations. The Main Building sits near the monorail line and is the location of the suites and some Club Level rooms. The other five red-gabled buildings hold the remaining guest rooms, to include another Club level lounge. Both the Royal Palm Club and Sugarloaf Lodge provide personalized concierge services, continental breakfast, midday snacks, afternoon tea , evening cheese platters, and desserts. Most rooms have two queen-size beds (or a king bed) and a day bed.
The Grand Lobby in the Main Building stands over five stories high and has upscale shopping areas, a 24 hour Quick-service dining spot, two character dining options, and four other restaurants. Two swimming pools (one with a themed water slide and zero-entry, the other with zero entry and water bubblers) marina watercraft rental, an arcade, health club, and fishing, are some of the recreation opportunities available for guests.
The convention center offers 40,000 square feet of flexible meeting and function space, featuring high-speed and wireless Internet connectivity, state-of-the-art sound systems, satellite up/down link capabilities and more.