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The Most Luxurious Hotels in Orlando

Jennifer Greenhill-Taylor | January 04, 2018

Some of the world’s most fabulous hotels have appeared in Central Florida in the past few years. They offer the highest level of service, premium amenities and the best restaurants to those who have no worries about budget.


Rosen Shingle Creek

Why it made the list

Sitting amid 230 acres of subtropical landscape, including a cypress-fringed creek and a championship golf course, this award-winning luxury resort offers a golf academy, fishing, nature trails, four swimming pools, basketball and volleyball courts, and a huge spa to soothe those aching muscles. The architecture recalls the Spanish Revival palaces you find in Palm Beach, and the history of the area goes back to early Florida pioneers.

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Hyatt Regency Orlando

Why it made the list

This deluxe high-rise conference hotel, formerly the Peabody, offers anything a full-service resort customer could want, with richly appointed rooms, two pools with cabanas, a full-service spa and fitness center the size of your local Y, two large restaurants, and a 360-seat, glass-walled lounge overlooking the pool. Rooms near the top of this towering resort offer spectacular views, and bathrooms have TVs built into the mirrors.

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JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes

Why it made the list

Orlando's only Ritz-Carlton is a particularly extravagant link in the luxury chain, which shares a lush 500-acre campus with the JW Marriott, and offers exemplary service that extends from the porte-cochere entrance to the 18-hole golf course, restaurants, children's programs, and 40-room spa. Suites have balconies, decadent white-marble baths, and deluxe bedding, and a Royal Suite satisfies even the most noble guest. Children are treated with special care in the Ritz Kids program, which offers supervised physical and creative activities. An enclosed hallway connects the Ritz to the JW Marriott next door, where you'll find more restaurants and a kid-friendly lazy-river pool complex.

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Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

Why it made the list

While it can't duplicate the famed Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, this Waldorf echoes the original with flair, from the iconic clock in the lobby to tiny, black-and-white accent tiles on guest room floors. Room décor exudes understated elegance, beds and linens are plush, and 42-inch LCD TVs have Blu-ray disc players. If you want a massage, head for the Waldorf Astoria Spa. If golf is your thing, play the vast Rees Jones–designed course. The hotel connects to and shares a convention hall and meeting space with the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. Both hotels are enclosed by Disney property, thus transportation is part of the package.

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