Legendary elegance, lavish, turn-of-the-century decor, spectacular views, and impeccable service pamper every whim with exceptional style. Live lobby entertainment, multi-paneled arch windows, gas lamps, regal chandeliers and a world-class spa define quintessential luxury at the flagship hotel of the Walt Disney World Resorts.
Victorian Grandeur and Grace. Legendary elegance, lavish, turn of the century decor, spectacular views and impeccable service pamper every whim with exceptional style. Live lobby entertainment by the Grand Floridian Orchestra, multi paneled arch windows, gas lamps, regal chandeliers and a world class spa define quintessential luxury at the flagship hotel of the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney Resort hotel Guests enjoy benefits such as Disney's Magical Express Extra Magic Hours Disney Dining Plan and complimentary transportation throughout Walt Disney World.
Lavish rooms are equipped with balconies, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers, and some have seating areas and pull-out sofas. The 1 and 2 bedroom suites sleep 6 or 8 and feature separate living spaces. All accommodations offer garden, lagoon or Magic Kingdom views.
Food, Drink and Entertainment
Citricos - This upscale restaurant offers Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in a beautiful, 190-seat dining room in sun-drenched Provençal colors, with an open-air kitchen. Modern, flavorful dishes that change with the seasons are its forte. The restaurant includes a private, glass-walled dining room that seats as many as 10 guests.
Victoria & Albert's - The crème de la crème of Disney dining, this restaurant offers a seven-course menu that is customized daily and an award-winning wine list. Open for dinner only, the intimate dining room seats just 53, and features a harpist each evening. The coveted Chef's Table in the kitchen must be booked months in advance.
Narcoosee - Offering a view of Magic Kingdom Park, this seafood restaurant serves dinner and also offers a children’s menu (reservations are required).
1900 Park Fare - Including a bar, this buffet restaurant serves breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner. The American-style buffet and menu change frequently and popular Disney Characters are delighted to pose for photos and sign an autograph.
Grand Floridian Cafe - Open from breakfast to dinner time, the café serves international wines, cocktails, and light appetizers.
Gasparilla Grill & Games - A 24-hour restaurant and arcade center, it offers sandwiches, salads, pizza and burgers
Overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon, this Victorian themed luxury hotel is 1 stop from the Magic Kingdom on Disney's free monorail.
Amenities include a luxury spa, beach pool with 181-foot waterslide, movie screenings, pirate cruises (extra fee) and multiple dining options, some with character meals (surcharge). Free perks include WiFi throughout, parking and airport transfers.
The Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is in the process of a refresh project.
The Beach Pool and Beaches Pool Bar & Grill are closed for refurbishment, but the Beach Pool Water Play Area and Courtyard Pool will remain available. From November 20, 2017 through Spring 2018, the beverage station located at Beach Pool will be open if guests wish to use a Rapid Fill resort refillable mug. The Courtyard Pool Bar, featuring refreshing beverages, sandwiches and more, will also be available for guests' enjoyment.
While the resort works its magic, it is possible that guests may see or hear construction, but noise should not be heard from guest rooms between dusk and 9am.