The Grand Floridian is modeled after the Gilded Age homes of people who built the railroads and opened Florida up to the winter market. The image on the left is Whitehall, Henry Flagler had this winter home built for his wife on the island of Palm Beach. The Grand Floridian takes it's beautiful stylings from this era. This resort is the "fanciest" of all the Walt Disney World Resorts, but you won't feel out of place if you're not a fancy person! The highlights of the Grand Floridian include:
- Easy access to the parks via monorail, bus, or boat.
- Wedding Pavillian.
- Six restaurants.
- Kids splash zone, multiple pools, and a waterslide.
- Convention Center
- Senses Spa
Room Categories at the Grand Floridian
- Garden View- overlooking landscaped gardens or the pool.
- Lagoon View- overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon (sometimes includes a view of the Magic Kingdom)
- Theme Park View
- Outdoor Lodge, Club Level- The rooms are located in the rounded sections of some buildings. Rooms have an additional sitting area.
- Main Building, Club Level
- Main Building with Magic Kingdom View, Club Level
Grand Floridian Pools
Grand Floridian Dining
- Victoria & Alberts- Ultra elegant dining. Formal attire requested. Chef selected menus nightly.
- Citricos- Fancy French food, Resort Casual.
- 1900 Park Fare- Character dining. Buffet
- Narcoossees- Surf & Turf, Resort Casual.
- Grand Floridian Cafe- Fancy Cafe, but no need to dress up!
- Gasparilla Island Grill- Quick service with 24- hour availability.