The 9 Best Hotels Near Orlando Airport in 2019

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The Rundown

01 of 09

Best Overall: Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport

Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport

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Located directly inside the airport’s main terminal, the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport is MCO’s most convenient accommodation choice. The four-diamond hotel has 445 soundproof rooms and suites, all with a 37-inch TV, free Wi-Fi, a coffeemaker, and a custom Hyatt Grand Bed. Day-use rooms are a game-changer for those with a daytime layover, giving you a place to catch up on sleep or take a shower while also enjoying access to all of the hotel’s facilities.

For leisure guests, these include a heated outdoor swimming pool with a sun deck and shaded lounge area; and a state-of-the-art fitness center. If you’re traveling for work, you’ll have access to a full-service business center. The hotel has 31 meeting rooms, the largest of which has space for up to 1,350 attendees. It also boasts three restaurants, including Hemisphere Restaurant (your go-to for international cuisine and unbeatable runway views) and McCoy’s Bar and Grill (with its sushi bar, small plates, and healthy kids’ menu). 

02 of 09

Runner-Up, Best Overall: Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando Airport @ Gateway Village

Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando Airport @ Gateway Village

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Wallet-friendly Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando Airport offers a free airport shuttle that takes just seven minutes to reach the hotel. There are 180 rooms to choose from, all with free high-speed Wi-Fi, a TV, a mini-fridge and a coffeemaker. For a little extra space, a microwave and an additional sleeper sofa for the kids, consider upgrading to a studio suite. Either way, you’ll get to start your day with Hampton Inn’s complimentary hot breakfast. Running late for a flight? Grab an On the Run Breakfast Bag to enjoy en route instead.

Tea and coffee are available around the clock in the lobby and there’s an on-site convenience store for stocking up on snacks and other travel essentials. You’re also a few minutes’ walk from several off-site restaurants. Spend time in between flights working out in the fitness center, printing documents in the business center or enjoying a dip in the heated outdoor pool. Other useful amenities include three flexible meeting rooms and free self-parking.

03 of 09

Best Budget: Hyatt Place Orlando Airport

Hyatt Place Orlando Airport

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Also located a seven-minute drive from MCO, Hyatt Place Orlando Airport operates a free shuttle to the terminals and also to any attractions within a three-mile radius. The hotel has 134 rooms, all with a 42-inch TV, a mini-fridge, coffeemaker, couch, and work station. Wake yourself up after a dawn arrival with a swim in the outdoor pool; or schedule a business event in one of three meeting rooms. Free Wi-Fi and remote printing are available throughout.

The heart of this hotel is the Gallery, an open-plan lounge space with a 24-hour market and bar menu. There are free public computers (handy if you left your laptop at home), and a Coffee to Cocktails bar for all your beverage needs. The Gallery also hosts a hearty breakfast spread every morning, with everything from eggs and bacon to fresh fruit. Become a World of Hyatt member and enjoy it for free.

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04 of 09

Best Luxury: The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes

The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes

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For five-star luxury, you’ll have to go a little further afield – 15 minutes, to be precise. Modeled after the grand palazzos of Italy, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando offers every conceivable amenity. Tee off on the 18-hole golf course; or be waited upon by a personal concierge at the resort pool. You can also enjoy three floodlit tennis courts and guided Eco-Tours on the headwaters of the Florida Everglades.

If you prefer a quieter pace of life, head to the spa for a facial or massage. When it comes to dining, there are 11 gourmet restaurants to choose from. Feast on farm-to-table cuisine at Highball & Harvest, discover Latin, Caribbean and Asian recipes at Norman’s or stop in at French brasserie Citron for breakfast. At the end of an activity-filled day, rooms and suites are a place of luxurious peace and quiet. All of them come with a private balcony, a 65-inch HD TV, and a marble bathroom with double vanities and a separate soaking tub. 

Interested in reading more reviews? Take a look at our selection of the best luxury hotels in Orlando.

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05 of 09

Best for Families: Marriott’s Lakeshore Reserve

Marriott’s Lakeshore Reserve

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Marriott’s Lakeshore Reserve is also located 15 minutes from the airport amidst the beautifully landscaped Grande Lakes resort. It’s conveniently close to Orlando’s famous theme parks and there’s plenty of fun to be had on-site too. Join a family scavenger hunt, explore the outdoor playground or sign up for s’mores by the campfire. On Friday nights, the Kid’s Night In program entertains your children with games, crafts, and movies while you get a moment to yourselves. The resort also has swimming pools and water slides.

Create your home away from home in a villa or townhouse with up to three bedrooms. Each one has a separate living and dining area, a full kitchen and a furnished balcony or patio. If cooking on vacation sounds like a chore, don’t worry – you can stock up on ice cream and artisanal pizza at The Marketplace or drop in for a casual family lunch at Blossom’s Bar and Grill. The Ritz-Carlton’s gourmet restaurants and championship golf course are also just minutes away.

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06 of 09

Best Boutique: Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, Autograph Collection

Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, Autograph Collection

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Boutique hotels are in short supply around Orlando Airport, so if you’re after something a little more design-driven, you’ll need to head downtown. The Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando is a 20-minute drive away and a block from the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The concept here is sultry romanticism, with opulent fabrics, exotic sculptures and sparkling chandelier lighting. Each room and suite is an indulgent sanctuary complete with cable TV, a Starbucks coffeemaker, luxury bathrobes and a pillow top mattress.

What better way to recover from jetlag than with a day spent lazing beside the heated rooftop pool? Poseidon Spa offers tempting massages, there’s a fitness center for those that like to stay in shape on vacation and Grand Bohemian Art Gallery is a treasure chest of local artworks. A particular highlight of this hotel is dimly lit, red-draped restaurant The Boheme; and Bösendorfer Lounge, one of Orlando’s best hotel bars. Come for craft cocktails at the circular bar and stay for the live jazz. 

07 of 09

Best for Business: The Florida Hotel & Conference Center, BW Premier Collection

The Florida Hotel & Conference Center, BW Premier Collection

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The Florida Hotel & Conference Center is conveniently located halfway between the airport (a 15-minute drive away) and Orange County Convention Center. It also has its own conference facilities, including 50,000 square feet of event space, a 24-hour business center and professional planning and catering experts. The largest meeting room can accommodate up to 1,000 attendees. There are 511 rooms and suites to choose from, all with high-speed Wi-Fi, a work desk, coffeemaker, and comfortable pillow top mattress.

Start your morning with a caffeine hit at the hotel’s Starbucks Café. Marcelo’s Bistro is a great place for a casual lunch with colleagues, while Crickets Bar lets you balance work and play with sports on TV and a sunny poolside deck. The bar stays open until midnight and serves tasty appetizers alongside generous drinks specials. When you’re not working, strip off your suit and escape the Florida heat with a dip in the outdoor swimming pool; or clear your head with a workout in the 24-hour fitness center. 

08 of 09

Best Self-Catering: Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Airport

Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Airport

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The ideal choice for anyone who likes to self-cater, Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Airport is located adjacent to MCO. All suites have a full kitchen including a large fridge, a microwave, a two-burner stove, and a dishwasher. You’ll have separate living and sleeping areas, an HD TV and free Wi-Fi. You can even ask for your groceries to be delivered directly to your suite ahead of your arrival. You don’t have to cook all your meals, though – a complimentary full hot breakfast is provided.

On-site amenities include a 24-hour convenience store, a business center, and a fitness center. Limber up ahead of a long-distance flight on the outdoor sports court; or relax after a red-eye arrival with a swim in the pool. You can meet your fellow guests at one of the Evening Socials (offered Monday through Thursday). Book the Park, Stay and Go package to leave your car and enjoy up to seven days of parking plus free transport to the airport. 

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09 of 09

Best B&B: The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne

The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne

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Although The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne is located in downtown Orlando, it’s still only a 20-minute drive from the airport. It’s worth the journey for the property’s sense of tranquility alone, which acts as an immediate salve after a sleepless night in transit. There are 25 rooms spread out across three historic homes. Of these, the Southern-style I.W. Phillips House is perhaps the most atmospheric, with a Tiffany window and an 18th-century Flemish oil painting in the first-floor reception room.

Suites in this house are furnished with Edwardian antiques and feature French doors that open out onto a verandah with a view of the courtyard garden. They are especially romantic, with double soaking tubs or whirlpools. Your day begins with a complimentary continental breakfast spread; and in the evening, you are treated to a free cocktail or carafe of wine. Although the B&B often hosts private weddings and parties, there is no full-service restaurant on-site. However, there are plenty of options nearby. 

Check out other options nearby with our reviews of the best Orlando hotels.

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