With several world-class theme parks, Orlando is one of the world's most family-friendly destinations. All those people who visit Central Florida also need great accommodations that are going to make the entire family comfortable.
CoCo Key Orlando gives families the opportunity to enjoy loads of fun in the water. This resort doubles as a water park, with 14 slides and three heated pools delighting people of all ages.
CoCo Key Orlando also features a full indoor 6,500 square foot arcade. There is a shuttle that takes guests to Universal Studios and SeaWorld and the purchase of each room includes water park admission for up to four people per day.
Guests who stay at the Rosen Plaza love its great location in the heart of International Drive and while it is a top pick for conventioneers, families also enjoy staying here. What parents love most is that they are just steps away from finding something that can entertain the kids for hours.
Main I-Drive attractions like I-Drive 360, Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf and Ripley's, Believe It Or Not, are just a short walk from the hotel. There are also several restaurants that cater to families right across the street at Pointe Orlando.
The Omni Orlando Resort at Champions Gate makes sure to cater the fun to families. They have a specially designated family pool, kids splash pool, and lazy river and they are the only Orlando resort with a wave pool.
Upon check-in, every kid becomes a member of the Omni Kids Crew and receives a backpack with fun activities along with milk and cookies in their guest room on the first night. On Fridays and Saturdays from 5-10 p.m., Camp Omni Kids Escape welcomes kids ages 4-12 to enjoy dinner, movies, video games, board games and other activities for $12 an hour.
As the world's largest Marriott, the Orlando World Center Marriott certainly has a slew of amenities. They have six different swimming pools, but their main water highlight is a 106-foot waterslide.
There are two designated kids pools and a full game room off of one of them with games, toys and videos. The World Center Marriott has a full video arcade with ping pong and air hockey.
While you may not associate the swanky Ritz Carlton with having great activities for kids, they do! The Ritz Kids Club is open every day, providing a variety of activities for kids ages 5-12.
The Ritz Kids Badge Program takes younger guests through a set of 24 challenges where they can win a plush lion or be named "Honorary General Manager for a Day." Some of the additional activities provided by the Ritz include a fly fishing school, Lady Bug Release program, Butterfly Gardens and a Nature Rangers program.
Cabana Bay earns high marks for it's proximity to Universal Orlando and their new waterpark, Volcano Bay. However, with their in-hotel zero entry pool, water slide, and lazy river, you do not even have to leave the premises!
They also have an on-site bowling alley and outdoor ping pong and pool tables. Cabana Bay's family suites make visiting very comfortable with mini-kitchens and additional space.
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress is an oasis for parents and kids alike. Their swimming pool covers nearly a half-acre and it features 12 waterfalls and two waterslides.
Camp Hyatt treats kids ages 3-12 to unique cultural experiences and educates each child on the history and environment of Orlando. They also have special hotel rates where Kids Eat Free!
Pirates are everywhere you look at Marriott's Harbour Lake. Some of the highlights of the family-friendly hotel in Orlando are the 22,000 square foot Key Lime Greens miniature golf course and the Water Works playground.
The main swimming pool also features an interactive pirate ship. The guest rooms at Marriott's Harbour Lake are spacious villas with full-service kitchens and plenty of room for families to relax.
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