Orlando is one of the top family holiday destinations in the United States, and it’s easy to see why. First of there is Disney World which attracts millions every year. There are beautiful beaches and a laid-back vibe which is mandatory for a good holiday destination. Since it’s a hub for tourists all year round, Orlando is home to a number of luxury hotels, budget hotels, and budget hotels. Below are some of our favorite hotels in Orlando that can easily be made a nice little base during your stay in the city.
This hotel brings five-star luxuries to Disney World, by offering stunning interiors, exceptional service, a wide selection of restaurants, and best of all, private transfers to theme parks. It is located within 47 square miles of the beloved theme park but is tucked away in the private ‘millionaire’s row’ of Golden Oak, which is a private gated community set in a natural woodland area. It has its own golf course and teaching center. In order to provide ease and comfort to their guests, the hotel has its own luxury coach service to all four theme parks and also benefits from the ‘ early access’ privilege of Disney’s own on-site hotels.
The rooms are big and spacious and have wide balconies and a number of creature comforts such as a Nespresso machine, marble bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and much more. The hotel is expensive, but if you’re willing to pay a decent amount for luxury and class then this hotel is perfect for those who don’t have a restrictive budget.
This is a hotel in Orlando is great for travelers who have a tighter budget. The hotel still provides excellent service and comfort that you would want from a good hotel. The hotel offers superb location close to the very heart of Disney World, but without the hefty price tag of a luxury hotel. Holiday Inn has a welcoming vibe which is much needed after a long, tiring day at the theme park.
After a budget-friendly option, we’re going back to the higher end of the spectrum with luxury hotels. This resort has been replicated on the classic Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California. This historic luxury hotel is Disney’s crown jewel and its most expensive and expensive offering. It first opened its doors back in 1988, and because it’s timeless appeal and acute attention to detail its position is justified as Disney’s flagship resort.
Caribe Royale is one of the best options for those who prefer staying at a budget-friendly hotel. This resort is elegant, extremely quality conscious which offers very stylish rooms and a large number of facilities to its guests. Every year the resort tries to make improvements and upgrades to their services and facilities in order to keep everything inviting and fresh. It offers all the comforts and services one might need to have a great experience, and it’s even cheaper than Holiday Inn. It’s worth noting that the theme parks are a 4-8 mile drive from the hotel.