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Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld


At a Glance


  • across from SeaWorld
  • free shuttles to Universal, SeaWorld, and Aquatica
  • on the Lynx bus line to Disney World


  • can be a long walk to rooms
  • many conventioneers
  • fees for Wi-Fi and parking

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Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld Review

With a vast and airy 10-story atrium full of ponds, palm trees, and, ironically, a sushi bar, this SeaWorld neighbor underwent a substantial renovation in 2013; rooms feature a king or two queen beds, sectional couches, flat-screen TVs, lush bedding, and ergonomic work areas. No rubber duckies in the bath here. Instead, a tiny black-and-white Shamu adorns the tub. Although the hotel has a solid convention clientele, its location makes it a favorite with families and other leisure travelers heading to SeaWorld or Aquatica, where they can enjoy early entry and discounts. The on-site water playground has separate fun zones for teens, tweens, and tots, and fire pits on the pool terrace cater to the marshmallow-roasting crowd. Children's activities are offered throughout the year, and weary parents can relax at the spa.

    Hotel Details

  • 781 rooms, 65 suites
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-30-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    hotel is a construction zone, uninhabitable

    The hotle has a 10 story atrium that has been completely gutted. You can not enter, it is roped off. Jackhammers are digging up the flooring from 8am to 6pm daily including Sunday. The spa and all but one restaurant is open. Fire alarms trip due to the smoke, debis and construction requiring the guests to be evacuated via the filthy stairwell. The balconie face inward to the atrium that is gutted, dustly and noisy. out air conditioning, toliet and phone needed repair as well. Could not reccommend

    by daisydo, 12/2/06

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