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Waldorf Astoria Orlando

Waldorf Astoria Orlando Rating: 5.0 Pearls

In a town known for kitschy family-oriented resorts, the Waldorf stands out as one of the only true luxury hotels in Orlando (with the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grand Lakes as perhaps its only real competition). The building is new as of 2009, but great pains were taken to make the design posh and classic, if perhaps with a Florida twist. Everything is top notch: The staff is extremely gracious, there's a beautiful 18-hole golf course just steps from the front door (one of the hotel's main draws), and the breakfast buffet at Oscar's is not to be missed -- to name just a few impressive details. Although families abound and the hotel is just minutes from Epcot, you won't find any traces of Mickey or Minnie here, so those seeking more Disney-centric luxury should consider Walt Disney World's Swan and Dolphin hotels.

The Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes

The Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Located about 15 minutes from both Disney and Universal Studios on the beautiful (and massive) Grande Lakes resort grounds, the Ritz-Carlton is one of the best luxury hotels in Orlando -- swanky rooms, great pools, and a giant spa. But, since it shares all its features with the virtually identical JW Marriott, it's worth comparing rates.

Hyatt Regency Orlando

Hyatt Regency Orlando Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Located next to the Orange County Convention Center, the Peabody's impressive array of services, beautiful interiors, and top-notch restaurants make it one of Orlando's classiest hotels. The hotel added a 32-story tower, a revamped pool complex, and a huge spa and fitness center as part of a massive expansion completed in 2010.

Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort

Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 146-room Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort, a luxurious Hyatt hotel, sits on 1,500 acres of landscaped grounds, including a lake and a 45-hole golf course. All rooms were completely renovated in 2013. While the resort is especially geared toward golfers and can make a great adult golf getaway, there are activities for all ages, including fishing, boating, bikes, a pool, and tennis courts. It would be a good family destination even if Disney were not right next door.

Universal's Portofino Bay Hotel - A Loews Hotel

Universal's Portofino Bay Hotel - A Loews Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Modeled after the real Portofino Bay on the Italian Riviera, this 750-room Loews hotel has nightly singers in the piazza, five great Italian restaurants, and a waterslide that resembles a Roman aqueduct. It's the most expensive of Universal's three resorts, but that's because of its bigger, more beautiful rooms, gorgeous spa, and three pools, including two quieter ones for couples.

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Grand Floridian, Disney's crown jewel, is as elegant as it is expensive. Its prime location on the monorail and the Seven Seas Lagoon makes this deluxe resort one of the most conveniently located, but its upscale restaurants, full-service spa, and formal décor appeal more to adults than children.

Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 1,000-room Hilton is an oasis of adult calm amid frenetic child-centric Disney World -- literally, as it's actually within the gates of Disney. The ample rooms and facilities are modern, sleek, and in great condition, while features and services cater to both business and leisure needs; plus, guests get free access to all facilities at the neighboring Waldorf Astoria.

Universal's Royal Pacific Resort - A Loews Hotel

Universal's Royal Pacific Resort - A Loews Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Like all Universal resorts, the 1,000-room Royal Pacific has solid service, great dining, and modern, very comfortable rooms. While it lacks the spa of Portofino Bay (though guests have access to it) and the incredible waterslides at Hard Rock and Portofino, its more relaxing, Hawaiian style (including thrice-weekly luaus) and diverse dining options make it a very attractive hotel for the price.

Wyndham Lake Buena Vista

Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Though less Disney-centric than resorts within the park’s gates, the Wyndham caters to families visiting the Disney parks and provides plenty of family-friendly perks; the extensive breakfast buffet is visited by Disney characters three days a week, the large pool area has numerous water features and a playground, and the hotel provides a free shuttle to Disney parks. Rooms are neither luxe nor rundown. However, Standard Rooms are small, with exterior entrances, cramped bathrooms, and no work desks (it's worth upgrading to a Tower Room). Nonetheless, it’s a solid mid-range choice for those who do not need to be within the gates of the park –- or may prefer not to be.

The Florida Hotel and Conference Center

The Florida Hotel and Conference Center Rating: 3.5 Pearls

While so many of Orlando’s hotels are geared towards families, this upper-middle-range hotel caters to couples and business travelers with its sleek rooms, tranquil pool area, and modern meeting rooms and business services. Attached to the Florida Mall, the Florida Hotel can be a tad difficult to reach; but once past the traffic, guests find an modern hotel with lovely amenities such as a large 24-hour fitness center, a nice (and reasonably priced) restaurant, and an on-site Starbucks.

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