This stunning hotel is one of our favorites to visit in Orlando, not only for its eye-catching inner and outer appeal but also because it’s minutes from Disney. From the minute you arrive on location, your eyes will be appeased by the gorgeous water fountain outside, manicured lawns, and high-reaching palm trees.
Home Away From Home
Stepping foot into the plush carpeting of the check-in area, you’ll see that they live up to their reputation of four and a half stars. They have a variety of hotel room sizes, so you can feel at home, away from home. Need a study off the main room? You can stay in the King executive suite with a guest room with a desk included. Bringing the whole family? Stay in a family suite, complete with bunk beds off the main room. This hotel truly does cater to anyone looking for a home away from home and a place to truly breathe when you’re on vacation.
Time to Wind Down
Feeling overwhelmed, or just need a day to wind down from visiting the parks and sites of Orlando? You can grab a bite in their food court which has a deli, burgers, and even a Starbucks. Then hit the pool, fitness center, or take your family to one of the on-site playgrounds for some fun and relaxation.
Hotel with Incredible Views
Or looking to dive right into local attractions? This beautiful hotel with incredible views is minutes away from Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and so much more. Just make sure if you’re booking a hotel and Disney tickets, that you book your reservation for Disney separately. Disney park reservations are separate from the ticket and not included in your vacation package. Since CDC has implemented strategic guidelines, there is a limit to how many guests are allowed in the park.
Please be aware that Walt Disney World ticket purchases do not include park reservations. Reservations will need to be made once in addition to receiving your tickets from us. During peak seasons, reservations are not guaranteed. Please check park availability prior to your purchase with us. Tickets are non-refundable. For more info read our blog post on Theme Park Reservations. Reservations for Universal Orlando Resorts are not required, but it is based on a first come first serve basis. Universal typically reaches capacity around 11 or 12 on weekends. So make sure you get there early. Passes in hand so your guaranteed entry.
Be sure to check out the variety of vacation packages we offer for Orlando theme parks.