Orlando Hotel Shuttles
MCO airport hotel transfers
A fixture of Central Florida that arguably doubles as the region’s heaviest hitters in terms of tourism, Orlando is a neon-lit metropolis ethereally glowing along the everglades. Renown for its nightlife and constant entertainment culture, guests will have just as much to do downtown as the southwestern Lake Buena Vista/Celebration region. Public transportation is limited to the central SunRail line as well as a few bus routes, most theme park resorts and surrounding hotels offering complimentary shuttles. Ensure good times can be had anywhere by booking a private rental instead, choosing between low-key sedans or super-sized chartered buses to see it all. Those looking to keep things professional should book a handful of meet-and-greet services ranging from taxis ideal for drop offs to Orlando International Airport to local personal drivers who can offer on-the-ground perspectives of Orlando’s beauty.
Once transportation is checked off, look forward to picking out the right neighborhood hotel, whether that means staying at the heart of the city via Crowne Plaza Orlando Downtown’s close access to the LYNX SunRail Station, or enjoying stoic lookouts of Lake Ivanhoe from the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Downtown. Luxury resorts also make up the outskirts in bounty, not only through swanky Universal Orlando stays that include Loews Portofino Bay Hotel’s in-park access and attached access to river cruises, or the Hard Rock Hotel’s even closer access to the park that provides a constant swirl of attractions. Closer to the Disney area include a variety of similar-style resort in Lake Buena Vista region such as the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort’s lakeside views between Hollywood Studios and Epcot, while close but not too close access to both Disney World and the airport are offered at the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes.
When it comes to having fun, guests have their fair share of getaways to explore, from central nightlife that ranges from big-time sporting events held at the Camping World Stadium to swan boat rides floating across Lake Eola Park. Travel just five minutes beyond the city to find an exotic array of lush wildlife, visible at the 19th-century Harry P Leu Gardens as well as the popular Turkey Lake hangouts at Bill Frederick Park. On the southwest side of town is a high concentration of tourist attractions that include Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando and Universal Resort, each offering expected joys while more low-key fun can be had through Lake Louisa State Park’s popular views of the water. To end the day, look forward to interesting restaurants great for conversation, whether that means delving into the artsy ambiance of Santiago’s on the north side or settling down for South Florida-style cuisine at Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar.