Orlando City Guide


Orlando Hotels Guide


Greater Orlando has 113,000 hotel and motel rooms in a wide range of categories -- from ultra-luxurious to budget, mid-scale, or pretty basic.

From luxurious accommodations to basic rooms, the lodging options in Orlando can suit any need.
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From luxurious accommodations to very basic rooms, the lodging
options in Orlando can suit any need. And, yes, most hotels
have pools so that you can fully enjoy the hot Florida sun.

During the high season (Thanksgiving to Easter), most hotels have high-occupancy rates, but at other times you can cruise around and find bargains, especially along Highway 192 in Kissimmee, which is just southeast of the Magic Kingdom. You can always ask to see your room and if it doesn't meet your standards, ask to be moved.

Some options to consider are the Mobil Three-Star Crowne Plaza Hotel Orlando-Universal (7800 Universal Blvd) and the Mobil Four-Star The Peabody Orlando (9801 International Drive), both located near several theme parks, or the Mobil Two-Star Doubletree Hotel (8629 International Drive) with its castle theme evident throughout the property.

Finding a place to eat that everyone in your traveling group agrees on can often be a challenge. The restaurants guide on the next page will be of help.