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The sun-blushed city of Orlando is renowned for its rich array of resorts and theme parks, but it also boasts an abundance of lavish luxury hotels. Orlando’s theme park corridor – a stretch of greater Orlando from Universal Orlando to the city-sized Walt Disney World – is speckled with elegant and exclusive hotels. In Walt Disney World itself, you’ll find a bounty of hotels suited to a luxury family holiday. For total travel convenience, there are extravagant hotels grouped around Orlando International Airport, too.

Top luxury hotels in Orlando

The Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek is a ritzy and regal hotel offering vast guestrooms, a fancy full-service spa, multiple outdoor pools, and a selection of fine dining in-house restaurants. The Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace Disney Springs area provides similarly exclusive accommodation – here, airy guestrooms – flooded with natural light – provide sweeping views, and you’ll enjoy valet parking and a limo/town car service. Universal's Hard Rock Hotel, meanwhile, boasts 3 restaurants, a flashy fitness center, and glimmering outdoor pool.

Where to find the best fine dining in Orlando

Orlando’s upscale cuisine scene has a strong seafood focus. Many of the city’s finest seafood restaurants can be found in the elegant Winter Park suburb, north of the center – fresh caught swordfish steak is a particularly popular dish. Downtown Orlando also offers its fair share of fancy dining – here, you’ll find chic bistros with exposed brick walls, and fine, authentic Italian restaurants. For truly supreme cuisine, dine in the restaurants of Orlando’s exclusive 5-star hotels, which offer fresh seafood dishes and delicate European cooking.

The most unique things to do in Orlando

Orlando offers a range of VIP experiences to give your city break that exclusive, unforgettable edge. There are plenty of elite adventures in Orlando’s theme parks. In SeaWorld Orlando, take a Private Elite VIP tour, where you’ll enjoy backstage access, reserved seating at SeaWorld’s whale shows, and the opportunity to dine in the company of sharks. Animal lovers can even splurge on the Trainer For a Day experience, where you get to swim with dolphins. Culture vultures can treat themselves to an inspiring night at the circus by booking front row seating at the Cirque du Soleil show at Walt Disney World, and purchasing a VIP backstage pass, which allows you to meet the performers. Shoppers, meanwhile, can splurge in the designer fashion boutiques that line the glitzy gold-lit corridors of The Mall at Millennia.

Best ways to get around Orlando

Like many large American cities, Orlando is connected via highways, freeways, and grid-style roads – this means it’s most convenient to get around by car. There are plenty of car rental facilities spread throughout the city. There are public shuttle services, too, which travel to all of the theme parks and resorts. For a truly exclusive means of Orlando city transport, make use of your luxury hotel’s private shuttle and town/limo car services – you can book taxicabs from your hotel as well.

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