Where to stay in Orlando?
Known locally as “I Drive”, International Drive runs for 23
kilometres with endless amounts of hotels, restaurants, shops and bars running
all the way along! At night “I Drive” really comes alive with countless bars
and shows! You can travel up and down International drive on the “I Drive
Trolley” for a small fee of only $2 per journey. The "I Trolley" runs
from 08.00am - 10.30pm, making International Drive an ideal place to stay if
you decide not to have car hire. Most of the hotels offer shuttles to various
Kissimmee is a small town with a huge personality! One of
the most popular gateways to Orlando’s theme parks, Kissimmee is a family
orientated destination known for its outdoor activities, swamp tours and themed
dinners. The Old Town has an old fashioned fairground and has a classic car
parade every Saturday! You can visit classic American diners for a spot of
lunch or visit the countless antique shops. In downtown Kissimmee, you can walk
around the waterfront and spend time in Lakefront Park. Kissimmee also has its
fair share of hotels to choose from and there are plenty of shopping malls and
golf courses to keep you busy!
LAKE BUENA VISTA
Lake Buena Vista sits on the edge of Disney, with Downtown
Disney the place to be, it has something for everyone with great shopping,
fantastic choice of restaurants and energetic nightlife! Lake Buena Vista
offers upmarket hotels and golf courses set around beautiful, landscaped lakes.
Being close to Disney means that you are able to visit Disney easily without
the cost of a Disney Hotel, you can even walk to Downtown Disney from certain
Lake Buena Vista Hotels. There is more to Lake Buena Vista than Disney, with
dinner theatre shows to delight young and old with music, comedy and dancing.
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