The Grosvenor Resort Undergoes $25 Million Renovation

The Grosvenor Resort at Walt Disney World is undergoing an extensive, $25 million property-wide renovation and enhancement. The 626-room lakefront resort in Florida is the closest resort to Downtown Disney and its Pleasure Island nighttime entertainment complex. Slated for completion in September, the project includes remodeling all guest rooms and suites, meeting space, the lobby, restaurants and lounges, pool area and corridors. Remodeling of all rooms, suites and corridors in the resort's tower already are complete, as are those in one of the resort's two wings. Also on the list is an all-new recreation zone for kids and improvements to the resort's pool area. The existing two-pool area will be doubled in size, and will soon have a huge clover leaf-shaped pool that will have a gradual "beach entry," water features for kids and landscaping. It also will have a large hot tub on a raised platform overlooking both the pool and the lake. Pool enhancements are to be complete by November 2007. Visit [].

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