[QUOTE=Soundgod;1090709]The Four Seasons will almost certainly have higher prices than even the GF and service will be at the next level. They are also planning on a mix of 50/50 business to resort guests (concentrating on conventions).
The DTD area resorts have been there since the early 70’s from a time that Disney itself only had three hotels. Swan and Dolphin are special cases and they fit the area they’re in.
Bonnett Creek? Disney has no control whatsoever over Bonnett Creek because they have never owned that property. The only reason that Bonnett Creek is only accessible from inside WDW is that the state refuses to build a special exit ramp from I-75 and Florida law states that owners and visitors of “island” properties (land that is fully inside someone else’s property) must be afforded unfettered access to their property by the owner of the surrounding property at all times, in this case The Walt Disney Company has to allow full access to Hilton Corporation to their Bonnett Creek property from inside WDW. (I went through this in our condo community).
The mansions that Disney is building? Well, Walt always did envision people actually living in WDW and at a couple million dollars each, they aren’t building very many of them.
Why worry when there’s still room to build 2 more major parks, several hotels, and several other types of facilities, not to mention an unused water park just begging for resurrection?
The rooftop with views of the MK from a building at the Osprey Ridge golf course, and you’re worried about what? It’s not like the Contemporary, which can be seen from almost everywhere in the MK already, hasn’t been there since day one. The Four Seasons will be much further away, further than even WL.[/QUOTE]
Who said I was worrying?