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4 star hotels in Orlando, Florida

Most popular areas in Orlando for 4-star hotels

Beneath the gravity-defying roller coasters and the twisting waterslides, Orlando hosts a number of classy 4-star hotels. Many dot the edge of Universal's parks, offering infinity pools and on-site restaurants for those fresh from a ride on the Hogwarts Express. Others line the blocks in the center of the city, where Church Street booms with taco joints and cocktail bars. And there are family-ready hotels with a dash of deluxe features sitting close to Lake Buena Vista – the home of Walt Disney World, no less.

Top 4-star hotels in Orlando

Palm-shrouded swimming pools, sun-splashed patio spaces, air-conditioned suites, and a quiet setting all combine to make the Florida Sunbright Villas in Davenport a top 4-star pick. The elegant villa home of Legacy Park by Homes of America comes with a covered pool area and its very own set of tennis courts, all next to golf courses and Disney World. Then there's the West Haven by Homes of America. It's a top family choice, with plenty of room to park the car, contemporary interiors, and a modern kitchen space.

Where to find the best restaurants in Orlando

A taste of Orlando's culinary creativity can begin in the less-trodden downtown area of the city. Between Church Street and Orange Avenue, the alleys host tight-knit taquerias and cutting-edge American fare, all given a twist by Francophone haute-cuisine bistros and noir cocktail lounges. Head south of that to discover Restaurant Row. That's the premier dining spot for the theme park aficionados, brimming with Southern-style BBQ grills and Italian trattorias with Tuscan menus. Up in Winter Park, meanwhile, are some bespoke vegan eateries and local Florida cafes to get stuck into.

Most popular things to do in Orlando

The obvious draws of Disney World and Universal aside, Orlando is packed with plenty of other top-rated attractions. When the tropical heat of the Sunshine State gets a little steamy, you can don the swimwear and make for Discovery Cove to languish on man-made beaches and swim in dolphin-inhabited lagoons. Or, you can hit the Wet 'n Wild, where corkscrewing slides twirl atop sloshing surf lagoons and lazy riverways. More off-the-beaten-track and local sights sit in the downtown area. There, it's about strolling leafy Lake Eola Park, wondering at the iconic water fountain or pedaling on swan boats. That's close to the premier shopping and entertainment precinct of Church Street, which has a railroad heritage and a menagerie of places to eat.

Best ways to get around Orlando

It's not unusual for 4-star hotels in Orlando to come with a free shuttle bus. They will typically run routes around the resort district to drop you and other guests straight at the doors of the theme parks and water parks. Of course, driving is also popular. Car rental outlets are all over Orlando International Airport, with many offering bespoke packages that'll have you cruising through the Sunshine State in an open-top luxury vehicle. Taxis are also readily available, and many hotels will have a driver just a phone call away.

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