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Where to stay near Downtown Orlando

Exploring Downtown Orlando

For cultural sights away from the theme parks, Downtown Orlando is a great spot to stay to experience an authentic slice of local life. Visit Loch Haven Park and explore the Menello Museum of American Art. For a relaxing shopping experience, head north from Downtown and find yourself in Winter Park, full of boutique stores with trendy fashions and bargain prices. In November, you can also catch the star-studded Orlando Film Festival here and watch the new releases hitting cinemas.

Accommodations near Downtown Orlando

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Orlando is the The Delaney Hotel, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Dr. Phillips House in Orlando as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Downtown Orlando

- Loch Haven Park

Loch Haven Park is a defnite must-see. Surrounded by three lakes, this park is not only a great place to relax and enjoy under the shade of oak trees, but is also a cultural park. It is home to Orlando's Ballet, Museum of Art, Science Center and more.

- Winter Park Village

Exclusive boutique shops line the shady avenues of Winter Park’s Park Avenue. Follow the cobblestone route and you will have access to over 140 trendy shops, containing quirky and one-off items. Refuel in one of the many restaurants, boutique style cafes and inspirational art galleries. If you are here in March, why not check out the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival and marvel at the various artistic designs? For further artistic leanings, visit the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art and take note of the inspirational murals found there.

Transportation near Downtown Orlando

Renting a car is recommended for convenience. Most of the places you'll want to visit are a 10-minute drive of Interstate 4, or I-4, as it’s called. That free highway runs diagonally from southwest to northeast, connecting Walt Disney World, SeaWorld, the Convention Center, Universal Orlando, and downtown Orlando. Of course, you also have the Disney Transportation System (DTS) which is free of charge and will connect you to all the Disney theme parks. However, keep in mind that you have to add in waiting time for your commute.

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