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Family Friendly Hotels in Orlando

Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort $224
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

6550 Adventure Way, Orlando, FL
     
    3.0 out of 5.0

    Within walking distance of Universal Orlando™ theme parks and Universal CityWalk™, this hotel offers Early Park Admission* to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ and Universal's Volcano Bay™ water theme park 1 hour before the theme parks open with valid theme park admission. Complimentary theme park shuttles are available.

    Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts $130
    Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts

    Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts

    17777 Bali Blvd, Winter Garden, FL
       
      3.5 out of 5.0

      Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts is a 64-acre hotel in southwest Orlando, a half-hour drive from Orlando International Airport. Guests can drive 10 minutes to Walt Disney World Resort, 22 minutes to SeaWorld®, and 32 minutes to Universal Orlando.

      Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites - Waterpark $110
      Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites - Waterpark

      Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites - Waterpark

      14500 Continental Gateway, Orlando, FL
         
        3.5 out of 5.0

        Situated at the entrance to Walt Disney World®, this family-friendly property is just 4.5 miles (7 km) from Disney Springs® area. Epcot is also just a 9-minute car journey away.

        Floridays Resort Orlando $179
        Floridays Resort Orlando

        Floridays Resort Orlando

        12562 International Drive, Orlando, FL
           
          3.5 out of 5.0

          This Orlando resort, 2 miles from SeaWorld and 4 miles from Walt Disney World Resort, offers on-site theme park ticket sales and a complimentary shuttle (advance notice required); Orlando Premium Outlets are within walking distance.

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          Orlando All Inclusive Hotel Guide

          People go on vacation to escape the mundane aspects of everyday life. They go looking for new experiences in a new place. And you’re no different from any of them. That’s why you’re going on a beautiful getaway to the central Florida city of Orlando. But don’t think your entire time must be spent within the confines of one of the many amusement parks scattered about town. From one of our all-inclusive hotels in Orlando such as the Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts, you’ll be able to experience everything this city has to offer. From the incredible food establishments in the downtown district to the beautiful parks scattered about, your adventure of a lifetime begins now.

          Where are the best places to eat in Orlando?

          The best places to eat in this city are found in and around the downtown district. You’ll find just about every type of cuisine here like Japanese, American, and even Mediterranean. Here are a few of the favorites around town to get you started:

          • Ceviche Tapas Bar and Restaurant: The combination of fresh seafood like scallops and shrimp, washed down with a quenching glass of sangria is something you’ve been searching for.
          • Kres Chophouse: Just off of W Church Street in downtown is a steakhouse whose sole purpose is to serve you the finest cut of beef in town. Dig into a plate of their Snake River carpaccio for an appetizer, followed by a filet so tender you can almost cut it with your finger.
          • P&D Soul Food Kitchen: Located in the Clear Lake neighborhood, this country kitchen knows a thing or two about whipping up a plate of soul food. You won’t find a local in town who doesn’t rave about their turkey wings with gravy and macaroni and cheese.
          • Mamak Asian Street Food: You don’t need to go all the way to Thailand or Vietnam to enjoy a meal of delicious Asian street food. All you have to do is head northeast of downtown and find Mamak Asian Street Food, just off of Highway 50. Order the char kway teow with a side of duck bao and all your hunger worries will go away.

          What are some free things for families to do in Orlando?

          Yes, there’s an incredible amount of theme parks in this area and yes, they do cost money. But worry not. There’s plenty of free things for you, yours, and the little ones take part in near your Orlando all-inclusive hotel. Go for a casual stroll around the sinkhole in the middle of the city known as Lake Eola. The children can enjoy the playground while you relax under the red pagoda thinking about how lucky you are. If you hear the soothing sounds of musical instruments, they’re probably coming from the Walt Disney Amphitheatre on the park’s west side. Live performances are held here throughout the week so after the kiddos are done on the jungle gym, take in the sounds of a local band.

          The vacation of a lifetime is at your fingertips. Travelocity will help you every step of the way when you’re ready to book one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Orlando like the Hilton Grand Vacations at Tuscany Village. The time for fun in the sun is now.

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