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The Peabody Orlando
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Why Stay At The Peabody Orlando
Though Orlando's Peabody hotel is enormous in size (1,600 renovated rooms; three-acre pool area; 12-room spa) and convenient to mega-destinations such as Disney World, there are a handful of surprising touches that make it feel intimate and welcoming.
At first glance, Orlando's Peabody hotel might seem like a massive business hotel, with more than 1,600 rooms and a location across the street from Florida's Orange County Convention Center. But the hotel, just a 15-minute drive from Disney World, manages to exude a welcoming feel thanks to surprising, family-friendly touches. The three-acre pool area is filled with palm trees and a 20-foot waterslide, and of the hotel's array of dining choices, the B-Line Diner—a 24-hour coffee shop known for desserts like key lime pie—is a standout. Kids are instantly charmed by the resident duck master, who leads a handful of mallard ducks through the lobby twice daily, while parents find respite in the 12-room spa or beside the junior Olympic lap pool, on a large deck that gets plenty of sunlight.
Don't miss the hotel's Coconuts Poolside Bar & Grill, for Caribbean takes on laid-back classics, such as lobster quesadillas and chicken wraps with mango, and a stiff blueberry mojito.
Instead of driving to Walt Disney World or calling a cab, just hop on the hotel's shuttle, which is just $10 per person round-trip.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Four Diamond Award
- Preferred Hotel Group
Arrive at Orlando International Airport (MCO) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate 20 to 30 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.9801 International Drive, Orlando, FL, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Beauty Salon
- Premium-cable TVs
- Ergonomic Desks + Chairs
- TV in Bathroom Mirrors
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bath Tubs
- Bath Robes
- Hair Dryers
- Iron + Ironing Boards
- In-Room Safes
- In-room Mini-Cooling Units
- 2 Restaurants
- Bar + Lounge
- Private Dining
Why We Love Orlando
It's become synonymous with Walt Disney World, but Orlando also offers great food, shopping, art, and culture—plus the warm weather Florida visitors love.
1920 North Forest Ave. 1-407-246-2620
Where to Shop: Just 20 minutes east of Disney, Orlando Vintage Clothing and Costumes stocks vintage clothing and accessories from many eras, along with a selection of items from Gucci, Giorgio Armani, and Yves Saint Laurent.
2117 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park.
Where to Eat: The Ravenous Pig is a gastropub run by a husband-and-wife team who specialize in locally sourced versions of American comfort food. Don't miss the house-made black pepper pappardelle with pork shank ragù and Fernandina Beach rock shrimp tacos.
1234 N. Orange Ave., Winter Park. 1-407-628-2333
Dinner for two $120.
Where to Drink: With a choice of 70 wines by the glass, Luma—a relaxed restaurant and lounge in nearby Winter Park—is the place for an early evening drink, paired with appetizers such as Calabrian chile sausage.
290 South Park Ave., Winter Park.
Drinks and appetizers for two $50.
Why Go Now
November 27, 2011
A free outdoor afternoon concert of seasonal favorites performed by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, led by guest conductor Albert George.
Central Park, Winter Park, FL. 1-407-896-6700
December 1, 2011
Art Under $200--'Tis the Season
For the December installment of "1st Thursdays," the Orlando Museum of Art assembled a collection of affordable artwork for sale.
2416 North Mills Ave. 1-407-896-4231
December 3, 2011
Orlando Pottery and Ceramic Festival
The first annual holiday sale of ceramic gifts from nearly 50 local potters and artists.
Loch Haven Neighborhood Center: 610 N. Lake Formosa Dr., near Loch Haven Park.