Many area hotels have meeting and
event spaces to accommodate small
groups to larger events of 400–2,000
in a single hotel. In fact, in addition to
the convention center, Orlando has 141
meeting hotels, one of the most of any city
in the United States, offering a combined
4. 5 million square feet of meeting space.
And what makes Orlando so great for
meetings is the wide variety of diverse
accommodations—from affordable and
mid-scale brands to large convention
hotels, as well as uniquely themed hotel
experiences and leading luxury brands.
The Caribe Royale All-Suite Hotel
& Conference Center, located just 1.5
miles from the Walt Disney World®
area, is central Florida’s largest all-suite
convention hotel, with 1,218 one-bedroom suites, 120 two-bedroom villas,
150,000 square feet of flexible meeting
space, and a host of dining options,
including an award-winning AAA Four
Diamond restaurant. The hotel just
completed a $3.5 million renovation.
DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at
Sea World is in the midst of a significant expansion and when completed,
the hotel will have 100,000 sq. ft. of
indoor and outdoor meeting and event
space. The largest addition will be the
20,000-sq.-ft. ballroom and the new
outdoor event space in its beautiful
Experience warm hospitality at
DoubleTree by Hilton at the Entrance
to Universal Orlando. As a Universal
Studios Orlando hotels partner, the
hotel is located at the entrance to
Universal Orlando® Resorts and near
popular attractions such as The Mall at
Millenia, Orlando Premium Outlets®,
SeaWorld® Orlando and Walt Disney
World® Resorts. The hotel boasts
60,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space.
Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando
Lake Buena Vista Resort finished a
$13 million redevelopment last year
transforming the resort with an up-scale contemporary feel. The property
features 10,000 square feet of meeting
and event space.
Hilton Orlando will be unveiling
8,909 square feet of new meeting
space to be completed in 2016. The
ballroom expansion will introduce
a total of eight new meeting rooms
adjacent to the existing 14,900-sq.-ft.
ENDLESS array of
meeting space and accommodations for any
size group. Check out the numbers.
Because Orlando has one of the largest convention centers in the country, there’s a misconception that there are only mega meetings and conven- tions happening here. However Orlando is a top pick on CVENT due to
its large variety of meeting hotels supporting groups of all sizes.
BY THE NUMBERS
(most in the eastern U.S.)
AAA 4-5 Diamond
Clockwise from top left: Hyatt Regency Orlando,
Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Walt Disney World
Swan and Dolphin