Orlando resort hotels put you close to the largest theme parks in the USA, making them a fantastic choice for family vacations. Offering comfortable, spacious accommodation that ranges from self-catering to fully serviced, Orlando resort hotels are affordable alternatives to typical theme park accommodation.
Resorts in Orlando often provide all-inclusive packages, of which include everything from accommodation to Disneyworld tickets, transport and transfer taxis. At Orlando hotels, guests can expect a range of luxuries, from heated outdoor pools to hot tubs, bars, restaurants, and play parks for the children.
Many hotels in Orlando offer free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and comfortable rooms close to theme parks and studio tours. To save time and money, make sure to pre-order your tickets for the events, tours and park entrances, saving time and money. There are also shuttle buses, free parking, restaurants, and indoor arcades.
Orlando FL is a bastion of family-friendly fun. Head to Universal’s Islands of Adventures where rides are sectioned off into “islands”, such as the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Skull Island. Alternatively, visit Walt Disney World where you’ll be swept away in a magical world of theme parks, Hollywood-style studios and animal enclosures.
Join a hiking trip in the Tibet-Butler Preserve, a county park on the shore of Lake Butler, or book a tour of Lake Jesup by airboat. Try paddle boarding on Lake Killarney or hire a bike and take on the Urban Bike Trail. Get wet at the Orlando Watersport Complex or head to Discovery Cover for snorkeling and scuba diving.
If you’re staying in an Orlando resort hotel you won’t be far from the area’s top boutiques, malls, and souvenir shops. The Mall at Millenia houses a huge range of stores and fine dining, while the Florida Mall is a great spot to pick up great bargains. Universal Studios resort hotels also offer souvenirs and keepsakes at in-house stores.
Orlando FL resort hotels often offer daily bus shuttles free of charge to the main theme parks and attractions. However, car hire is possibly the easiest way to get around the Florida center. Rental centers are plentiful at Orlando airport and downtown.