New hotels in Orlando Florida

The Waldorf Astoria Orlando is one of the newest resorts in Orlando.

One of the many reasons why Orlando is such a popular travel destination is that a visit here is never the same experience twice. New attractions at the major theme parks are added, older attractions shut down and renovated, some Orlando hotels change ownership, while other new resorts make their grand opening in the area.

The resort that everyone in Orlando is buzzing about is Disney’s Art of Animation, which is scheduled to start opening in phases in the spring of 2012. Considering that the entire Disney empire was built upon one man, a mouse, and a dream, an entire resort centered on Disney animation will be a perfect fit. the resort is already accepting reservations.

Located in the Disney’s Hollywood Studios area of Walt Disney World, the Art of Animation resort has family suites designed after Finding Nemo, Cars and the Lion King, and standard rooms inspired by the Little Mermaid. Family suites are scheduled to open in may 2012 and standard rooms are scheduled to open December 31, 2012.

If business is bringing you to Orlando chances are you might be looking for a place to stay near International Drive.  The Westin Imagine Orlando is  the area’s newest Florida, art-deco style hotel and is directly across from the Orlando/Orange Convention Center on Universal Boulevard. all guest rooms at the Westin Imagine Orlando with a king bed and one-bedroom suites are furnished with kitchenettes while all two-bedroom suites have full kitchens. And even if business is the main reason for your visit to Orlando, you’ll still be minutes away from all of Orlando’s main attractions, and in the heart of the I-Drive tourism district.

And while Orlando’s world-class theme parks are a big draw, there are new resorts that are just far enough away from the crowds to be a vacation within your vacation. the Hilton Bonnet Creek and the Waldorf Astoria Orlando are two of the newest luxury resorts in the area. take shuttle transportation to Walt Disney World—or spend the day lounging inthe lazy river, playing a round of golf, or indulge for an hour or more in the spa.

Both of these Bonnet Creek hotels have additional features such as fine dining and activities for school-aged children. And best of all, as Orlando’s newest luxury resorts, guests of the Hilton Bonnet Creek and the Waldorf Astoria Orlando can be assured that they have access to the most modern hotel amenities that the region has to offer.

Just outside of Orlando, one region that is expecting to see more hotel industry growth is Winter Haven, Florida, home of the newly opened Legoland theme park. Currently there is a Best Western hotel next to Legoland, but in the years to come, expect to see more hotels sprouting up right by Central Florida’s newest attraction. As long as there are reasons to come to Central Florida for business or pleasure, there will be reasons to construct new hotels in and around Orlando.

New hotels in Orlando Florida