The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World now is offering Extra Magic Hours to guests, as if they are staying at a Disney-owned resort.
This is a further expansion of the Extra Magic Hours benefit to non-owned Disney resorts. For this year, as well, all of the hotels in the Disney Springs area are getting the benefit.
The Extra Magic Hours means guests can enter the parks for select attractions either when the park opens early or stays open late on select dates. The benefit may also be offered at a Disney Water Park.
“We are very pleased to offer this additional Disney enhancement to our guests,” said Thomas Steinhauer, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Orlando. “Four Seasons guests will surely enjoy more fun in the parks provided by the Extra Magic Hours.”
This is only good through Dec. 31, 2018. According to the resort website, “Guests will need a valid, official Extra Magic Hours voucher from the Four Seasons Resort Orlando, and a valid Walt Disney World theme park ticket, to use the Extra Magic Hours benefit.”
The Four Seasons guests will not get the 60-day FastPass+ window to gain FastPasses two months prior to the visit, which was extended to Disney Springs hotels until the end of the year.
The benefit will come in handy this summer as a Disney plans to expand its Extra Magic Hours for the month of July, immediately after Toy Story Land opens.