Monday, July 11, 2011

Disney Grand Floridian Receives AAA 5 Diamond Award

Victoria & Albert's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has once again received the prestigious AAA Five-Diamond Award, the highest AAA honor a restaurant can earn. This is the 11th consecutive year the restaurant has received the coveted award. Victoria and Albert's is also the only Central Florida restaurant to hold the designation

"This furthers the reputation of the Grand Floridian as a world-class meeting and incentive resort," said George Aguel, senior vice president for The Walt Disney Company. "With its award-winning dining, casual elegance and renowned guest service, it's easy to see why the Grand Floridian is a first choice among meeting and incentive professionals."

Under the direction of Chef Scott Hunnel, Victoria & Albert's is one of the top dining destinations at the Walt Disney World Resort. It features an intimate dining room, a customized seven-course menu, and an award-winning wine list. The restaurant also features the private Queen Victoria's Room that can accommodate up to 10 people. The room offers a perfect setting for hosting an executive dinner or a celebration for top performers.

Victoria & Albert's reflects the refined yet relaxed elegance of the Grand Floridian, which is the flagship for the six Walt Disney World convention resorts. The Grand Floridian consistently earns top honors from the meetings industry and similar accolades from publications like Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+Leisure magazine.

To learn more about bringing a meeting or incentive program to the Walt Disney World Resort, visit or call 321-939-7221.

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