Known as the “City Beautiful,” Orlando attracts more than 70 million visitors a year, making it one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations.
Theme parks abound in Orlando: Walt Disney World® alone offers four distinct theme parks – the Magic Kingdom®, Epcot®, Disney Hollywood Studios®, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom®. Other theme parks include Universal Studios Florida®, Sea World® Orlando, and LEGOLAND®.
Orlando also offers one-of-a-kind experiences with the natural environment, which include swimming with the dolphins, exploring Gatorland, taking airboat tours, zip lining through the Florida wilds, or soaring over the landscape in a hot air balloon.
Other one-of-a-kind adventures take place indoors. Escape games challenge participants to solve a series of puzzles and riddles that will allow them to free themselves from a locked room. Those who travel to the Chocolate Kingdom learn the mysteries behind the transformation of beans into chocolate treats. Those who like color can take part in the Crayola Experience, where you can name and wrap your own Crayola crayon. In addition, the 400-foot ICON Orlando towers over International Drive, boosting an unparalleled view of Orlando.
Orlando restaurants cover the wide range of culinary diversity in the form of food trucks, fine dining, and the so many choices in between on-the-go eating and internationally recognized restaurants. Orlando also combines food and entertaining shows with Medieval Times, Capone’s Dinner and Show, and the ROCK Dinner Show, to name a few.
In addition to its prominence in the entertainment business, Orlando serves as a major industrial and high-tech center. A nationally recognized cluster of innovation in digital media, agricultural technology, aviation, aerospace, and software design call Orlando home.
Whether theme parks, excursions, special shows, award-winning restaurants, shopping, sporting activities, or just a quiet moment with nature, Orlando visitors will find choices for adventure and fun abound. Visit here to learn more.
WORLD OF CHOICEAs the “Theme Park Capital of the World,” Orlando is known for Walt Disney World®, Universal Studios Florida®, Sea World®, and many other attractions. But those are by far not the only options. Below are just a few of the available theme park alternatives.
The site of the 2019 EMBAC Conference, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, offers convenience in location, comfort in surroundings, and a world onto itself.
With its close proximity to many of Orlando’s theme parks, the Grand Cypress makes it easy for its visitors to experience key attractions, such as Walt Disney World®, Universal Studios Florida®, and SeaWorld® Orlando. Yet, there is plenty to explore just on the Grand Cypress’ 1,500 acres – whether golfing at the 45-hole Jack Nicklaus golf course, playing tennis at the world-class Grand Cypress Tennis & Racquet Club, spending time by the private lake, swimming in the legendary lagoon-style pool, rock climbing, or just hiking or biking the grounds.
Indoors, pamper yourself at the Marilyn Monroe Spa, work out at the 2,500-square-foot StayFit Gym, or check out one of the Grand Cypress’ on-site restaurants. And the hotel’s spacious rooms include a private balcony, in-room safe, mini-fridge, and wi-fi.Enjoy the convenience and amenities of the Grand Cypress. Learn more about the hotel here.