It was our first time staying at Cabana Bay and it was the best hotel we've stayed at when we visit the Florida parks. We looooved the 1950's style. The rooms were comfortable and had everything we needed including a fridge. Pro Tip: Get the length of stay cup. It's $18 but it's unlimited refills ...
It’s a nice hotel, rooms are clean and staff are friendly. I think my bathroom needs new grout on tiles because they looked a little black. I think another snack bar or restaurant to eat would be nice, it didn’t seem like there was much to choose from besides subway and Antonio’s pizza. Lakeside ...
It’s very clean and has everything you need. Perfect for traveling with your family especially with kids. It’s very spacious, it’s pretty much like an appartment. It has a full kitchen with dishwasher and even has a washer and dryer. I would definitely stay here again.
Lots of buildings with rooms. Only some are Oceanfront. Wished we could have gotten one with an oceanfront view. That was disappointing. The bar was not open at any time we were there. That was disappointing. The room was roomy and clean. The bed was Ok. Nice place to stay. If we ever go that way ...
Very accommodating. Very clean . Staff very friendly. Valet service annoying No laundry service Hidden fees. Will never stay here again. Very difficult to say I liked dealing with the staff very friendly. Henry and Claudine are great people. The hotel was clean . I really didn't like having to surrender ...
For The price you pay for a room, I thought the resort fee plus tax was very unnecessary. No room is worth that amount of money. Also, on the day we flew out, the cab we ordered was late and we had to bug the staff a few times to keep calling for another cat. That should’ve been something they automatically ...
The property's site is spectacular. The accommodations have been recently remodeled. There are 3 different restaurants on the premises, all of which are excellent. Every amenity that can be done on the water is offered. There is even a 9 hole pitch and putt golf course on the property. It is a very ...
The Sunshine State is about more than Mickey Mouse. The world outside the Magic Kingdom casts its own spells with candy-colored Art Deco hotels, pearly white beaches, and a wide variety of flora and fauna.
With highlights ranging from the manmade (Walt Disney World) to the all-natural (Everglades National Park), Florida can do no wrong as a destination spot. Its miles of coastline, endless summers and affordable, kid-friendly hotels, mean that it's bound to be on your list of vacation spots at least once. Let Orbitz help you plan your trip, starting with the best time to go, the top 10 attractions and insider tips on all things related to Florida travel.
According to our data from last years peak season from November to April, the average vacation package cost for two adults to Florida was $1506.35.
*Average cost based on bookings made on Orbitz.com from November 2017 - April 2018. Cost will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s).
To a Floridian, cold is any temperature that dips below 70 degrees. Accustomed to two climates -- hot and hotter -- the locals don't waste the sunshine, but those not familiar with the humidity and tropical temps should stay away during certain times of the year.
Weather-wise, the mildest seasons are fall, winter and early spring. However, with those cooler temps come the crowds, especially in cities such as Miami and Orlando, a huge draw for spring breakers and snow birds. Summer is a staple for families en route to the theme parks.
Hurricane season officially covers the period between June and November, but the state has seen storms hit outside these months.
Some Florida beaches outlaw public drinking; an exception is Madeira Beach. You can thank me when you're sipping a bottle of Corona in your bikini.
This might just be Florida's most quirky bar: ICEBAR Orlando. Nowhere else in Florida will you get to don a thermal cape just to drink vodka -- chilled, of course -- in a setting where even the bar stools are made out of ice.
Want to skip Disney World this year? Plan a trip to Ichetucknee Springs State Park, which is best explored by inner tube.
For an offbeat, but still highly stylized, South Beach experience, check in at the Pelican Hotel on Ocean Drive. Created by Diesel Jeans, the hotel boasts theme rooms that will truly get you excited about what's behind the door. Executive Zebra, anyone?
Even in 'winter time' the water temperature is still in the 70s in Blue Spring State Park, also a designated wildlife refuge for manatees.
*Savings based on all holiday package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Orbitz.com from January through December 2017, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.
* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.