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Most popular areas in Orlando for 5-star hotels

The sun-kissed city of Orlando is renowned for its wealth of lavish theme parks and resorts, which host many of Orlando’s exclusive 5-star hotels. Walt Disney World in particular, based southeast of the center, houses upscale hotels, located in different areas of the resort – from the Bonnet Creek area, based near Disney Springs entertainment and shopping complex, to the Lake Buena Vista area, enclosed by sweeping golf courses. There are a handful of high-end hotels based near SeaWorld Orlando, too.

Top 5-star hotels in Orlando

The Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate is a glitzy hotel complex boasting vast guestrooms with sweeping views, indulgent spa services, and a private golf course – not to mention valet parking. The Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is an exclusive getaway, offering a full-service spa, multiple fine dining restaurants, and a starry rooftop terrace. The Waldorf Astoria Orlando is a regal resort hotel with an elegant marble-floored foyer, multiple outdoor pools, limo/town car service, and, naturally, a full-service spa.

Where to find the best restaurants in Orlando

Downtown Orlando is home to some of the city’s finest restaurants. Here, you’ll find well-established upscale Italian restaurants – serving traditional Italian pasta dishes made with the freshest ingredients – and chic American bistros. The Winter Park suburb of Orlando sings with upscale eateries, including several Floridian seafood restaurants. For truly high class fine dining, visit the 5-star hotel restaurants in the area, get seated in the vast and gold-lit dining halls, and enjoy a range of delicate European dishes.

The most popular things to do in Orlando

Movie buffs will go wild for Universal Orlando, a vast theme park and resort themed around the best blockbuster movies made by Universal Studios – ride on whirling rollercoasters or enjoy film-inspired shopping and dining. Walt Disney World is another key Orlando attraction. This city-sized resort is split into several themed areas, including lush and tranquil 18-hole golf courses and spa areas. Experience a different side of Orlando at the refined Orlando Museum of Art, a cylindrical white-stone building showcasing contemporary African and American art.

Best ways to get around Orlando

Orlando is a sprawling city, and its main theme parks lie outside the city centre, so it’s convenient to rent your own car and drive from sight to sight. There are plenty of trustful cab companies in Orlando, too, if you don’t fancy driving yourself. Similarly, many of Orlando’s 5-star hotels offer shuttle and private car services. There are also public shuttle services running 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, which travel between key Orlando theme parks, the city center, and the airport.

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