Feel Like You're On Top of the World When You Eat, Drink or Just Enjoy the View From a Four Seasons Rooftop
Though it’s not quite patio weather in some parts of the world, we can’t resist nudging your 2014 travel plans toward al fresco terraces where the snacking, sipping and living is easy.
Order a sky-high steak: When you dine at Capa, the Spanish-themed steakhouse at opening-later-this-yearFour Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort, you’re getting much more than a gourmet meal. From your table on the 17th floor rooftop patio, you’ll have a magical view of the nightly fireworks at the Magic Kingdom® Park and Epcot®. Though the Resort doesn’t open until August 2014, make your travel plans - and reservations - now.
Take the plunge: Come summer, the hottest (and coolest) place to be is the rooftop pool at Four Seasons Hotel Denver. The heated pool has towering views of the city’s skyline and is lushly landscaped with more than 60 trees. After hours, check out Level 3, the poolside bar, where you’ll find drinks and a DJ scene.
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