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Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel Announces Multi-Year Redesign Project

24 October 2014 No Comment

Swan And DolphinThe Walt Disney World Swan and  Dolphin Hotel is getting a major makeover.

The hotel recently announced a $125 million redesign project that will transform every room in the hotel. The project is the biggest in the hotel’s history.

“As we celebrate the hotel’s 25th anniversary, it is appropriate that we mark the occasion with a renaissance of our room product,” said General Manager Fred Sawyers. “Our guests will continue to receive the level of service and hospitality that comes with a quarter century of experience while enjoying a modern new guest room.”

Guests of the hotel will not suffer any disruption during their stay as the hotel’s restaurants, pools, meeting rooms, and stores will continue to be open during the redesign. The majority of the rooms will also be available.

The new room design was created by hotel and condominium interior design and architecture firm Garcia Stromberg/GS4 Studios, designers of the Conrad Hotel Ft. Lauderdale, the Waldorf Astoria’s Boca Beach Club and One Thousand Ocean condominium in Boca Raton, Florida.

The design was inspired by the hotel’s water-themed architecture and each room will feature a cool blue, gray, and white color palette. The rooms will feature all-new furniture and HD televisions.

Each room will also feature the Westin Heavenly Bed – which features a pillow top mattress, down blanket, crisp sheets, goose down comforter, and four over-stuffed pillows.

The multi-year redesign project started at the Swan Hotel and it is expected that 500 of the hotel’s 756 rooms will be complete by the end of this year. The project is set to begin at the Dolphin Hotel in 2015 and be completed in 2016.

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