Flordia Diaries #4 - Where to Stay in Orlando?

Florida has such a vast array of hotels to stay in but I would highly recommend where we stayed as although it was a tiny bit out dated, the hotel I couldn't fault. Although it felt like you were stepping back into the 1970's with the floral curtains and the fat TVs, the viewers from the room were completely worth it. Also, you're in Orlando, Florida you don't need to watch TV or worry about how modern the room is as we were hardly in the room. The view from our balcony most certainly made up for the unmodernised room as the view left you in awe. The location is prime being just off International Drive it gives you a vast choice of restaurants and places to visit other than the major parks which Orlando has to offer, as across the lake from the hotel which I stayed in was Wet 'N' Wild which sadly is in its final year this year but gives you more variety than just Disney and Universal. Although don't get me wrong they are amazing, but some people may fancy a break away from the major tourist attractions. One of the highlights of International Drive is the ray of food choices, as no matter what you are in the mood for whether it be Chinese, pasta, or even Mexican food. You have such an arrange of food which you could ever want, which allows you to have so much choice as at first we went overboard with the whole burger scene in America with places such as the Hard Rock Cafe, Game Changers and McDonald's (they have all day breakfast over there!!)

Being just off International Drive isn't just great for food it also means you're not too far away from universal as our hotel offered a transfer to universal which was literally a five-minute drive away. Also, we were only around a twenty-minute drive away from Disney and it was a relatively easy route, as it was mostly on the I4. Overall I would recommend The Enclaves and stay on International drive, as there is so much variety and you are not limited to a set list of restaurants as you are close enough that you can drive such as Disney Springs (previously known as Downtown Disney) as go to restaurants such as the Rainforest Cafe. I could rate the hotel higher.


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