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The 27-acre Wyndham Palace Resort in Walt Disney World Resort is an "Official Downtown Disney Resort Area Hotel." The award-winning resort features 1,014 rooms and suites, 90,000 square feet of meeting space, a European-style spa, full-service beauty salon, and fitness center, 24-hour room service...More Hotel Info · Map  

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Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress is a tropical paradise sparkling in the Florida sun. Central to Walt Disney World®, Disney's Animal Kingdom;®, Universal Studios®, Epcot Center®, Busch Gardens®, Sea World®, and other major attractions. The resort's 1,500 acre setting includes an Equestrian...More Hotel Info · Map  

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The Grosvenor Resort is located in the most magical place on earth, the Walt Disney World Resort. As an official Walt Disney World Hotel, the Grosvenor Resort offers 626 rooms located on 13 beautifully landscaped, lakeside acres offering two heated swimming pools, a hot tub, lighted tennis courts...More Hotel Info · Map  

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Also, we have all your favorite hotel brands:

AmeriSuites Orlando Universal Studios
Arnold Palmers Bay Hill Club and Lodge
Best Western Maingate South
Buena Vista Suites
Caribe Royale
Club Orlando Resort
Comfort Suites Universal Studios Area
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Orlando-Lake Buena Vista-Walt Disney Resort
Courtyard by Marriott Orlando International Drive Convention Center
Days Inn Orlando Downtown
Doubletree Hotel at the Entrance to Universal Orlando
Embassy Suites Hotel® Orlando- International Drive South
Eo Inn
ESA Orlando-Universal Studios
EXTENDED STAY DELUXE Orlando/Convention Center
Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Orlando near Universal Orlando
Florida Team Management-Disney-3 Bedroom Executive Pool Home
Hampton Inn Orlando-Theme Park Area
Hard Rock Hotel® at Universal Orlando® Resort
Hawthorn Suites - Orlando at Seaworld
Hilton Garden Inn Orlando at SeaWorld
Hilton Grand Vacations Club on International Drive
Homewood Suites by Hilton® Orlando-Nearest to Universal Studios®
Horizons by Marriott Vacation Club Orlando
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel and Suites
Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes
La Quinta Inn Orlando - Universal Studios
Marriott Orlando World Center Resort
Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn NICKELODEON FAMILY SUITES
Orlando-Days Inn North Of Universal Studios
Quality Inn At International Drive
Radisson Inn Lake Buena Vista
Ramada Inn International Drive Orlando
Red Roof Inn Orlando Convention Center
Residence Inn by Marriott Orlando SeaWorld
Rodeway Inn International
Seasons Resorts
Sheraton Safari Hotel & Suites Lake Buena Vista
Sleep Inn , Inn & Suites Universal Studio Area
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Orlando Lake Buena Vista in the Marriott Village
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes
The Seasons
Travelodge Orlando Convention Center
Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive

High Marks for Hotel Dining

Some of Central Florida’s hottest dining rooms are in hotels, where locals and visitors alike enjoy diverse, award-winning cuisine.

Central Florida’s only AAA Five-Diamond restaurant is Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, an intimate dining room with a menu that changes daily. In the same hotel, Cítricos specializes in Mediterranean-inspired cooking. Also at Disney, the California Grill high atop Disney’s Contemporary Resort offers New American cuisine and a stellar view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks.  Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge features cuisine and wines of the Pacific Northwest.  Disney’s BoardWalk is home to Flying Fish Cafe, with a focus on seafood.

Universal Orlando hotels have three top spots: Emeril’s Tchoup Tchoup at  Royal Pacific Resort, the work of noted Chef Emeril Lagasse with the bold flavors of Asia and Polynesia.  At the Hard Rock Hotel, The Palm serves its legendary Nova Scotia lobsters and thick steaks. And Bice brings its family traditions to Portofino Bay Hotel, with classic Italian cuisine in a chic setting.  

At the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Hemingway’s has been a favorite of locals for years, featuring Floridian cuisine. And the resort’s La Coquina is the top pick for Sunday brunch, with a buffet that stretches into the kitchen.

Grande Lakes Orlando has Norman’s at The Ritz-Carlton, where Chef Norman Van Aken’s New World cuisine is the culinary centerpiece. At the JW Marriott, Primo Restaurant features the contemporary Southern Italian cuisine of noted chef, Melissa Kelly.

The artisinal cheese course, thick steak and stellar wine list are big hits at Old Hickory Steakhouse at Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld  is home to Atlantis, a longtime local favorite with a gourmet menu that focuses on fresh seafood.

Named for the ducks that parade daily in the hotel lobby, luxurious Dux at the Peabody Orlando changes it menu weekly, featuring inventive Continental cuisine. 

Plush furnishings, rare artwork and live piano music set the stage for meals at The Boheme in downtown’s Westin Grand Bohemian, where classics include steaks, seafood and game.  

Golf in Orlando – Designed By Legends, Legendary By Design


The grass actually is always greener on the 168 challenging golf courses in Orlando. From links-style layouts reminiscent of golf’s birthplace, Scotland, to lake-strewn narrow designs that require accuracy and ingenuity, Orlando’s golf courses provide something for each type of golfer, whether the seasoned professional or the Sunday hacker. With an array of world-renowned golf academies, PGA TOUR tournaments, Edwin Watts merchandise outlets, the Golf Channel, Golfweek magazine, PGA Merchandise Show and practice facilities, the destination is a virtual golfer’s haven.


When stepping onto many of the area’s courses, visitors find that the holes have been touched by golf legends. The game’s greatest, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Tom Watson, have played a part in building world-class layouts in Orlando. Some of history’s best golf course architects, such as Robert Trent Jones Sr., Robert Trent Jones Jr., Joe Lee, Rees Jones, Pete Dye and Tom Fazio, have also created many of the area’s most challenging and rewarding golf course designs. Depending on the day and the score, golfers either curse or praise these golf luminaries for their testing, yet aesthetically pleasing courses.


PGA superstars Vijay Singh, John Daly and Tiger Woods regularly battle it out at Orlando’s two annual tournaments, the Bay Hill Invitational presented by MasterCard in March and the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort in October.   Additionally, Orlando has the Father/Son Challenge and the LPGA Ginn Clubs & Resorts Open.  Orlando is also home to The Golf Channel, the annual PGA Merchandise Show—attracting nearly 50,000 industry professionals each year—and PGA TOUR pros including Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, Nick Faldo, Annika Sorenstam, Se Ri Pak, Ernie Els and Mark O’Meara, as well as other veterans like Lee Janzen, Scott Hoch, Chris DiMarco and Jim Thorpe.


Known for his guidance of PGA professionals, David Leadbetter, voted the second-best instructor in the nation by Golf Digest in 2004, has made Orlando the world headquarters of David Leadbetter’s Golf Academy at ChampionsGate. In addition, Orlando boasts 18 nationally ranked instruction schools including the Fred Griffin Grand Cypress Academy of Golf, voted one of the top 25 golf schools in America by Golf Magazine, as well as the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy at Bay Hill; The Faldo Golf Institute by Marriott; Gary Irby’s Maximum Performance Golf Academy; Celebration Golf Academy at the Celebration Golf Club; Mission Inn Golf Academy and Bird Golf Academy at Mission Inn Resort & Club; Phil Ritson’s Orange County National Golf Center; Rick McCord’s Orange Lake Resort and Club; and the Graves Golf Academy at Eagle Creek Golf Club.


If visitors are looking to enjoy Orlando’s famous theme parks with a round or two of golf, Walt Disney World Resort awaits them with five championship-caliber courses.  With a total of 99 holes on 775 acres (310 hectares) of the 47-square-mile (122-square-kilometer) property, Walt Disney World Resort is one of the largest single golf resorts in the country.  In addition to its scenic course landscapes, Disney’s golf program offers a variety of instructional clinics, training opportunities and well-equipped pro shops, including leading-edge rental clubs.


Some of the area’s newest golf course layouts include the courses at Reunion Resort & Club of Orlando, located 25 minutes south of Orlando, featuring three championship courses by Tom Watson, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.  Watson’s 7,257-yard (6,636-meter) Independence course and Palmer’s 6,930-yard (6,303-meter) Legacy course opened in 2004, while the Nicklaus design is slated for play in 2006.


The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grande Lakes Orlando, which opened in 2003, is nestled between a pristine nature reserve and a vast luxury resort complex that encompasses the 1,000-room JW Marriott Orlando, and the 584-room Ritz-Carlton Orlando. The championship Greg Norman-designed course has received rave reviews for its layout and attention to detail, and features a Caddie Concierge program that provides a knowledgeable professional attendant who offers course strategy, golf club cleaning, ball location, and golf course education.  


The David Harman-designed Shingle Creek Golf Club, located just east of Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center, opened in 2004.  The course serves as the centerpiece recreation amenity for Rosen’s Shingle Creek Resort, a 230-acre (93-hectares) resort scheduled to open in fall 2006. Nearby on International Drive, Marriott’s Grande Pines Golf Club is a recent addition to the Orlando golf lineup and provides a formidable challenge to the most skillful of golfers.  The 730-room Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate opened in October 2004 and features two Greg Norman-designed courses—the links-style International and the traditional Florida-style National layout.

Orlando Spas Soothe and Rejuvenate

The royal treatment for Orlando visitors in search of total relaxation begins with a tropical twist, whether it’s a refreshing sweet-orange body wrap, a pineapple body scrub or an invigorating citrus-zest massage.  Pampering options are endless at a wide variety of Central Florida spas and salons dedicated to indulging guests. As travelers place greater importance on personal health and relaxation, resort- and day-spas throughout Orlando are growing to meet the demand for innovative rejuvenating therapies, pampering treatments and fitness solutions. Destination spas throughout the Orlando area offer an enticing lineup of amenities and many offer their own state-of-the-art fitness centers.


Canyon Ranch SpaClub at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center specializes in blissful escape with its Canyon stone massage, featuring smooth volcanic stones and a choice of massage technique including Swedish and Shiatsu. The 20,000-square-foot (1,800-square-meter), full-service spa also pleases with its Mango Sugar Glo body scrub, one-on-one fitness training and nutrition and wellness consultations.


Mandara Spa at the Portofino Bay Hotel brings exotic Balinese healing traditions to the Universal Orlando Resort.  It’s hard to resist splurging on the signature Mandara Four Hand Massage in this 8,000-square-foot (743-square-meter) sanctuary. 


The Ritz-Carlton Spa at Grande Lakes Orlando is a 40,000-square-foot (3,600-square-meter) pampering palace with treatments that include the two-hour Tuscan Citrus Cure and a sweet-orange wrap.  The luxury spa features Florida’s first Carita Institute and Salon – known throughout Europe for its top-of-the-line skincare products.


The Spa at Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate offers three outdoor cabanas for relaxing alfresco treatments, including the Golfer’s Massage. Citrus makes an appearance at the 10,000-square-foot (900-square-meter) spa as the essential-oils ingredient in the Sunshine State Scrub.  


Papillon the Spa at Westgate Lakes touts its Papillon Experience, a signature deep-kneading massage, and its Moor Mud Detoxifying Body Wrap, among many offerings at the 10,000-square-foot (900-square-meter) haven of relaxation.


Forte Salon & Spa in Maitland is ideal for sports enthusiasts.  Located within the RDV Sportsplex, the training facility for the Orlando Magic, the 4,000-square-foot (360-square-meter) spa specializes in deep-tissue sports massages.


Euro Day Spa & Salon in Winter Park is one of Orlando’s original spas.  The 4,000-square-foot (360-square-meter) facility features proven spa techniques like the Marine Algae, Black Mud and Dead Sea Salt body treatments.


In addition to the 11 destination spas, many of the area’s resorts offer pampering options for guests, including Orlando World Center Marriott, Sheraton World Resort, Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld and Peabody Orlando. Pampering opportunities for the Orlando area will continue to grow – a full-service spa is planned for the Regent Winter Park, a 150-room luxury hotel expected to open in 2006.


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