Five star hotels are the best way to travel… wouldn't you agree? 1000 thread count sheets, celebrity chef-owned restaurants, and sprawling spas are just a few of the posh perks travelers can expect at Orlando's most lavish hotels. Legendary lodgings like the Ritz-Carlton and the JW Marriott have now been joined by the iconic Waldorf Astoria, Orlando's newest luxury hotel. These three palatial resorts feature opulent spas, five star dining, and pools perfect for lounging and sipping champagne. They are also very centrally located, about ten minutes from Universal and SeaWorld, and about twenty minutes from Disney. Besides these three stars, Orlando also has the Grand Bohemian. This smallish, boutique hotel in the heart of downtown impresses guests with its multi-million dollar art collection sprinkled throughout the hotel, including each guest room. The onsite restaurant, Boheme, is one of the best five star restaurants downtown. It's lobby lounge is a local favorite for after work martinis. At Disney, the Grand Floridian is by far the most impressive. This Victorian-style resort spread out over 6 buildings perched on the Seven Seas Lagoon is home to the infamous wedding pavilion and one of the area's best spas. It's also where you'll find Victoria and Albert's, quite possibly the MOST decadent and distinguished restaurant in all of Central Florida. While you can be sure to pay at least $250 a night, you'll be assured great service, gourmet food, and the sort of personalized pampering you just can't find at a Holiday Inn (no offense). Go on... you're worth it!
14200 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane
Staying at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando lets everyone vacation in style... read more
4012 Central Florida Parkway
Ideal location just off International Drive...
5601 UNIVERSAL BLVD
At Universal Orlando
An Italian seaside resort at Universal Orlando...
9801 International Dr
Btw. Beachline Expwy. and Sand Lake Rd
1 N. Jacaranda
Off Hwy. 535/Apopka-Vineland Rd