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Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando - any need to rent a car?

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Hi, is anyone familar with this hotel and its proximity to restaurants and supermarkets? My husband, 2 children, and I will be in Orlando this fall, and are staying at this hotel. As both of our children are in car seats, we are trying to avoid having to rent a car if possible (I know there is a shuttle to/from the airport & hotel, as well as to/from the Disney parks and hotel). However, we will need to get to a supermarket at some point to get some baby food, diapers, and things of that sort.

Any suggestions? Should we just take a cab anytime we need to go out to eat or to the store? Do cabs allow children to sit on your laps?

If there are stores and restaurants within walking distance of this hotel, then that would be perfect.

Any help is appreciated!!

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