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Studio From 2,300 credits Midweek (4 nights)
Studio From 2,700 credits Weekend (3 nights)
Studio From 5,000 credits All week (7 nights)
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Best Western Orlando Gateway , Close to all the attractions that Orlando is famous for, is the new Best Western Plus Orlando Getaway. This upscale three star, full service hotel offers comfortable Studio suites with coffee maker, hair dryer, safe, remote control cable TV, pay movies & Nintendo, touch tone speaker phone with data port, AM/FM clock radio. Hotel amenities include a lighted tennis court, 2 large whirlpool spas, large outdoor heated pool and spacious sun deck, electronic game room, tennis court and 7 self-service laundries. Try ´Sharky & Jack's Bar & Grill´ for fun casual dining with a Caribbean flavor, Shades Deli with a complete line of snacks, beverages, toiletries and gift items, the poolside Cabana Bar or order room service. ** This resort is only recommended for Bronze and Bronze Plus Members. The use for other memberships it´s at their sole discretion.
Check-In: 16:00:00 hrs. Check-Out: 11:00:00 hrs.
Address: 7299 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida, 32819, USA.
• Handicap Facilities
• Club House
• Medical Facilities
• Safe Deposit Box
• First Aid
• Room Service
• Maid Service
• Car Rental
• Lift / Elevator
• Front Desk
• Pets Allowed
• Baby-sitting Service
• Convenience Store
• Movie Theater
• Swimming Pool
• Tennis Courts
• Golf Course
• Amusement Parks
• Leisure & Recreation
• For Honeymooners
• Cultural Activities
• For Kids
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Fifty years ago Orlando was but a high spot in the Everglades. Today it's a big Royal Holiday favorite especially for members with kids and grandkids. Of course, that's mostly because it's known worldwide as the Theme Park Capital of the Universe.
Disney's Magic Kingdom opened in 1971 and since then there've been such a succession of parks that kids heads actually spin. Epcot Center opened in 1982, then Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Disney's Blizzard Beach soon followed. In addition there are Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure, plus Wet 'n Wild, the SeaWorld Orlando Resort and Aquatica, Discovery Cove and the newest, Legoland Florida which opened in 2011.
The nearby port in Cape Canaveral means Orlando is also a popular stop-over point for people leaving on cruises to points all over the Caribbean. But there are plenty of things to do and see in and all around Orlando.
Downtown Disney offers an amazing variety of shops and restaurants, and greater Orlando is loaded with things to see and do. There's never been another place like it and Royal Holiday has been sending members to Orlando for more than a quarter century.