Four Seasons, NetJets Launch Trips to Anguilla, Orlando and Bahamas

Palm trees on Shoal Bay beach in Anguilla
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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and private jet company NetJets announced they will partner on three new travel packages to Anguilla, Orlando and the Bahamas. Guests will travel aboard a NetJets plane to one of these three locations, stay at a Four Seasons resort and then carry out a custom-made itinerary of activities.

In Anguilla, guests will stay at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, where they can reside in either four or five-bedroom villas or one, two or three-bedroom residences. While at the resort, they will have access to a personal golf cart and lifestyle assistant.

In their free time, guests can travel to a private island for a gourmet picnic, snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing. They can also go horseback riding or ride around the island on an ATV. A local guide will also be available to take travelers bar hopping or on a day trip to St. Barth's.

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While in Orlando, travelers will stay at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort. The AAA Five Diamond resort includes six restaurants, a luxury spa, the Tranquilo Golf Club and a water park. Activities here range from a spa and wellness retreat to a private cooking class with Executive Chef Fabrizio Schenardi.

In the Bahamas, visitors will stay in one or two-bedroom suites or three or four-bedroom villas at The Ocean Club, a Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas. Amenities include 24-hour butler service, dedicated cooking staff and a private chauffeured golf cart. Guests can explore the five miles of white sand beach, deep-sea fish on a yacht, go diving and snorkel along a sandbank.

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