Travel Information

Getting to Orlando, Florida

Getting to Orlando is quick and easy with an ever-growing list of non-stop routes to both of the area's airports, Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Sanford Orlando International Airport (SFB). Travel by car is also convenient with a number of major highways flowing into Central Florida and throughout the rest of the state. Train passengers can enjoy the destination's easy access to the Amtrak rail system, and once here, visitors can choose from a large selection of rental vehicles, taxis and limousines. Visitors traveling around International Drive can hop on board the I-Ride Trolley, a hop-on, hop-off service route exclusive to the International Drive Resort area.

Orlando International Airport (IATA: MCO) is the city's primary airport, and the busiest airport in the state in terms of passenger traffic. The airport is located to the southeast of downtown but is centrally located with respect to the region and area attractions. Orlando International Airport is a secondary hub for AirTran Airways, Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue Airways, all of which fly numerous routes to/from Orlando. Furthermore, Delta Air Lines offers 10-15 flights daily between Orlando and their super-hub in Atlanta and American Airlines has 9 flights a day to their Miami hub. Non-stop service is offered to nearly every major city east of the Mississippi and to several major western cities (LA, San Francisco, Seattle, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Denver).

Daily flights to Europe are offered by Virgin Atlantic (London-Gatwick and Manchester), British Airways (London-Gatwick), and Lufthansa (Frankfurt). Multiple flights per week are flown to Dublin (Aer Lingus), Paris (Air France, ends Sep. 2012), Glasgow (Virgin Atlantic, seasonally), and Zurich (Swiss Int./Edelweiss Air). To South America, there are daily flights to Sao Paulo (TAM) and Bogata (Jet Blue) and seasonal service to Santiago, Chile (LAN). Over a dozen Canadian destinations are served non-stop, many seasonally (Toronto and Montreal are served daily year-round). Other international destinations served from Orlando include: Jamaica (Montego Bay), the Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo), the Bahamas (Nassau), Mexico (Cancun, Mexico City), Panama (Panama City), Costa Rica (San José), and El Salvador (San Salvador). The airport was approved in 2012 to begin Cuba flights.

Getting to the hotel

There are several Shuttle and Town Car services options that run from the airport to various points, including Kissimmee, theme parks, University of Central Florida, and the cruise port at Port Canaveral. Approximate rates for shuttle vans ranges from $18-26 depending on your destination.

A map of the hotel and directions are available on the hotel website. Do not use this link to book accommodation. Use the link on the hotel web page.

Transportation can also be arranged directly on the hotel website.