What are the guest rooms like at The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes?

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The guest rooms at The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes are designed like a modern beach house. The pale yellow and turquoise colors are reminiscent of the sand and sea, with white curtains that have fun, wavy turquoise lines. Bedside lamps are glass-like and also turquoise and bubbly. On the walls, artwork has water incorporated into it. For example, guests might have watercolors in their rooms of the Everglades' headwaters. The floor features a yellow carpet with a geometric pattern, while furniture is French provincial in a pale yellow color. The guest room's carpet blends in nicely with the decor of the room while also adding interest with its geometric shapes and flowers. The bright tweed-like, turquoise fabric on an oversized chaise draws the eye toward the balcony. Guest rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel include a 37-inch flat-screen television and iPod dock, as well as a safe, wireless Internet, plush robes and slippers, and marble bathroom floors.

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