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Family friendly travelling in Orlando

Most popular areas in Orlando for family-friendly hotels

Florida’s balmy city of Orlando blossoms with buzzing theme parks, resorts, and an abundance of hotels ready to offer stellar accommodation for your family getaway. In the conveniently located theme park corridor – a portion of greater Orlando stretching from Universal Orlando to Walt Disney World – you’ll discover a vast variety of family-friendly hotels. Many areas of Walt Disney World itself specialize in fun and themed family-friendly accommodations, while downtown Orlando boasts a cluster of central hotels suited to parents traveling with kids.

Top family-friendly hotels in Orlando

Best Western Lake Buena Vista – Disney Springs Resort Area offers spacious and airy ensuite guestrooms with free WiFi and free cribs/infant beds, alongside a shimmering outdoor pool and convenient 24-hour front desk for late check-ins. The Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace Disney Springs Area champions free parking, multiple outdoor pools, and enormous guestrooms with sweeping views and free infant cribs. The Red Lion Hotel Orlando, meanwhile, offers a specialized children’s pool, an outdoor tennis court, and a garden for the kids to run around in.

Where to find the best restaurants in Orlando

Orlando’s thrilling theme parks also boast a bounty of family-friendly restaurants ready to accommodate kids of all ages – from tiny tots to teens. In Downtown Disney, the central hub of Walt Disney World, you’ll find a raft of themed family restaurants serving hearty American grub. The CityWalk area in Universal Orlando similarly sings with family-oriented restaurants, serving classic hamburgers, shakes, and fries. If you’re staying in downtown Orlando, you’ll discover a range of Italian and Asian eateries ready to accommodate the whole family.

The most popular things to do in Orlando

Families will find no end of fun in Orlando’s theme parks, from the bouncing drumbeats and trumpet-calls of Downtown Disney’s daily parades to the sleek blue dolphins diving through hoops at SeaWorld Orlando. Walt Disney World is separated into several distinct theme parks. Younger children will love the glittery, fairytale attractions at Magic Kingdom – including the towering pink and blue Cinderella Castle – while slightly older kids can get inspired in the miniature international villages and futuristic technology exhibits at Epcot. In SeaWorld Orlando, a vast aquatic zoological park, treat the kids to a live waterside show where professional trainers perform tricks with majestic black and white killer whales. For more theme park fun, visit Universal Orlando. This expansive film-themed resort champions whirling rollercoasters, mammoth movie theaters, and water parks.

Best ways to get around Orlando

In Orlando, it’s easy and convenient to rent your own car from one of the city’s many trusted rental facilities, and drive from sight to sight. There are several public shuttle services, too, which run between downtown Orlando, the airport, and all of the main theme parks and resorts – some of these shuttle lines run every day of the week. Taxicabs are also a popular means of transport in Orlando – either book by phoning one of the taxicab companies, or arrange a taxi pick-up from your hotel.

Orlando travel guides

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