The renovation for a Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel is nearly complete. By mid-November, the result will be a new look and feel for the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort and the soon-to-be-introduced Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista.
Hospitality design firm The Gettys Group, which is helming the renovation, was inspired by a lake house retreat concept. The renovation extends throughout the public spaces, from Sundial Café to the Eclipse Lobby Lounge to the Lakeview Restaurant.
Upon completion, the 19-story Wyndham Lake Buena Vista will have 232 guestroom accommodations, including seven parlor suites, 42 rooms with one king bed and 183 rooms with two queen beds. The Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista will include 394 guestroom accommodations comprising of 330 rooms with two double beds and 64 rooms with one king bed.
For events, there will be 25,000 square feet of function space, 12,000-square-foot ballroom and 21 function rooms.
The lobby space will be updated with a neutral color palette accented with turquoise and pops of chartreuse. Wood paneling, white granite, custom wood screens and bead board paneling are some of the finish details that will be incorporated into the lobby spaces. The concept extends throughout the public spaces.
The Wyndham properties are adjacent to Lake Buena Vista and have water views.
The textures and patterns selected for the guest rooms and suites will be reminiscent of those found in nature. Custom casegoods and lighting, seating in neutral-toned upholstery fabrics, pillow-top bedding and modern bathroom fixtures will also be added in the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista.
Other amenities include: the Oasis Aquatic Pool Playground that has two pools with interactive water attractions for children, a hot tub and space to stretch out in the Florida sun, the Oasis Bar & Grill (located poolside), a fitness center, and tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts.
The two Wyndham properties are Official Walt Disney World Hotels, located in the Walt Disney World Resort.