Get ready to step into a tale as old as time when you enter the new Enchanted Rose lounge at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. As of today, this beautiful addition to the resort is now open!
Inspired by the magic and romance of Disney’s popular live-action movie, “Beauty and the Beast,” the lounge features four unique gathering spaces inspired by Belle and the Beast with elegance around every corner. Above the main bar, you’ll take in the sights of a gorgeous chandelier inspired by Belle’s flowing golden ball gown, while the library showcases classical baroque designs and French furnishings. A garden room takes its inspiration from the enchanted forest surrounding the castle, and an outdoor patio evokes the romance of Beast’s garden terrace.
I recently shared a few details about the menu, which features a variety of delectable, shareable bites like artisanal cheeses, a house-made flatbread, short rib sliders, and even white sturgeon caviar. The lounge’s focal point is its library of wines. Sit back, relax and enjoy charming wines from around the world served by the ounce, glass, or bottle. Champagne, beer, and cider will also be available along with tableside cocktails.
While browsing the menu, you can read about a story of love that inspired the Amour cocktail. There’s also a story of envy to accompany the Envie cocktail. Brian Koziol, Master Sommelier, states “Our tales of tableside cocktails are a contrast of each other. The Amour is an elegant vodka cocktail featuring notes of citrus, pear, and flowers with a slightly sweet taste, while characteristics of the apple brandy Envie showcase apples, herbs, and bitters with a potent taste.”
Also on the menu are beverages without alcohol for guests of all ages. These mocktails include the Garden Spritzer (with herbal distilled non-alcoholic spirit, lime, agave, and soda), the B&B (with iced tea, lemon, blueberry, and basil), and the Rosemary Cooler (with lemonade, vanilla, and rosemary).
Starting today, Enchanted Rose is now open! Guests can find it on the second floor of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. For more details as well as the menu, visit the Walt Disney World Resort website or check out the My Disney Experience mobile app.
The outdoor patio spot looks lacking tbh, but the rest of the spaces look incredible, wow, can’t wait to enjoy this place. As if the Grand Floridian needed anything more to make it the flagship resort of WDW! There’s something there that wasn’t there before….
In the words of Belle, “There may be something there that wasn’t there before!” And, boy, am I excited! The Enchanted Rose’s theming, menu options, and restaurant layout were impeccably done! I can’t wait to experience it first-hand in January! 🌹
It’s all very chic and cosmopolitan.