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4 star hotels in Orlando, Florida

Most popular areas in Orlando for 4-star hotels

If you’re traveling to the sun-struck city of Orlando, you’re likely planning to visit some of its theme parks and resorts, many of which are based slightly southwest of the city. Here, you’ll find an abundance of flashy 4-star hotels, ready to provide relaxing accommodation for your Orlando break. Walt Disney World, in particular, is full of 4-star hotels. Similarly, there’s a bounty of 4-star hotels scattered around SeaWorld and Universal Orlando, and a couple conveniently based beside the airport.

Top 4-star hotels in Orlando

The Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek hotel impresses with vast air-conditioned ensuite guestrooms, an indulgent full-service spa, and multiple outdoor pools – not to mention convenient valet parking. The Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace Disney Springs Area is an elegant high-rise hotel where airy rooms offer sweeping lake views. You’ll also enjoy a refined in-house restaurant and bar lounge, alongside rejuvenating spa services. Universal’s HardRock Hotel, meanwhile, champions multiple in-house restaurants, a sleek and modern fitness center, and useful 24-hour business center.

Where to find the best restaurants in Orlando

Orlando’s booming restaurant scene ranges from classic American dining to eclectic international eats. In the Winter Park suburb of the city, you’ll find some of Orlando’s freshest and finest eateries – from Floridian seafood restaurants to retro-chic gastropubs. Orlando’s theme park corridor – the stretch between Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World – is dotted with upscale seafood restaurants, some celebrating East Asian influences. Many of Orlando’s flashy resort hotels also offer elegant in-house restaurants serving a range of fine European dishes.

The most popular things to do in Orlando

Animal lovers will go wild for SeaWorld Orlando, a vast open-air aquatic theme park. SeaWorld mixes adrenaline pumping rollercoaster rides – which twist and twirl over expanses of shimmering water – and live animal shows, where professional trainers perform with sleek-black killer whales. Film loving families, meanwhile, can’t miss Universal Orlando, another mammoth resort and theme park blending movie-themed rollercoaster rides with entertainment complexes hosting thrumming live music shows, restaurants, and bars. When visiting Orlando, you can’t miss Walt Disney World – a city-sized resort gathering together theme parks, water parks, sweeping bright-green golf courses, and spa resorts. In other words, Walt Disney World offers something for everyone. For a totally different side of Orlando, see the modern American and African paintings and sculptures on display at the Orlando Museum of Art.

Best ways to get around Orlando

Like many American cities, Orlando is a place of highways, freeways, and gridded roads – this means that renting your own car can be a very convenient way of getting around. Alternatively, you can whizz around via taxicab – these can be booked in advance from your hotel. Some 4-star Orlando hotels offer town and limo car services and free shuttle services to and from the airport and theme parks. There are several public shuttle services, too.

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