Sep 15 - Sep 16
MY FAMILY AND I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS PROPERTY
Aug 25 - Aug 26
We loved the theme. The atmosphere was amazingand stagf was very friendly.
Aug 21 - Aug 22
I really liked The kid friendly pools. The service at the activities desk was excellent.
Aug 27 - Aug 28
I love everything about the place. The staff was so friendly. The food was great.
Aug 26 - Aug 27
I love the atmosphere, staff and over great customer service. It’s clear they put the customer first at all times.
Sep 3 - Sep 4
I liked everything about this property, except the additional charges for wifi, swimming pool, etc.
Nicknamed ‘the Sunshine State’ after the golden poppies that grow in abundance right across the panhandle, Florida is a perfect destination for a family vacation or for star-crossed lovers looking for a little romance in the sun. While those with children will be breathless with excitement at the prospect of super-size theme parks, white sand beaches and even more theme parks, couples can choose to explore a different side of this sun-splashed state. Romantic vacations in Florida could see you exploring mangrove swamps, catching a gondola in Fort Lauderdale or soaking up a sunset from a beachside restaurant. Whatever you want from your Florida package vacations, we can help you find it.
Florida vacations can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, whether you’re travelling with the whole family or as a couple. If you only need one reason to go, make it Disney World. A magical destination, it’s the stuff that dreams are made of, no matter how young or old you might be. There are endless attractions, from roller coasters, rides and slides, to character-crammed parades and daily shows.
For a Florida vacation with the accent on adventure, head for the Florida Keys. A beautiful archipelago set in the Florida Straits and separating the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, it’s a real paradise for scuba diving fans. The reefs that surround the Keys are a kaleidoscope of colorful corals and teeming with exciting marine creatures.
Florida’s most southerly point, Key West, is just 144km from Cuba. An eclectic mix of contemporary attitude and historic scenery, you can plug into the vibrant nightlife spend your days exploring pastel-colored architecture. It might sound odd but take some time to explore the Key West City Cemetery, which is famous for its gallows-humor gravestones; ‘At Least I Know Where He’s Sleeping Tonight’ is just the tip of the iceberg!
While Kissimmee might have the ring of romance to it, it’s actually where you’ll find Old Town; one of the most popular shopping complexes in central Florida. There are more than 18 acres of streets to explore, where you’ll find plenty of unusual and unique boutique shops and superb restaurants. For those with kids, you’ll have some excellent attractions to keep everyone happy, such as the vertigo-inspiring Ferris Wheel, classic car exhibitions, and the stomach-churning Slingshot and Vomatron rides – hang on to your lunch!
When it comes to vacations at a beach destination, visitors to Florida are spoilt for choice. Daytona Beach might be better known for being the home of the Daytona International Speedway than its white-sand beach, but it’s not all about the need for speed. There’s a nearby waterpark where the kids can cool off, and Daytona Beach Bandshell regularly hosts live music concerts.
If you want to sprinkle some glitz and glitter on your beach vacation, head to Miami Beach. By day, the Art Deco Historic District’s pastel-colored buildings offer old-school charm. By night, the city bursts into life as the clubs and bars throw their doors open.
Fort Myers combines all the sleek, chic appeal of city life with family-friendly attractions, such as the IMAGG History and Science Center and the Lakes Park fishing lakes. Panama City is for those who want modern amenities, with all the sun, sea and sand offered by a seaside vacation.
For the warmest weather, book your vacation between June and the end of August. September sees the rain starting to creep in, before the onset of winter. However, if you’re heading to Orlando, you’re best to go between November and May, as the weather is dry during these months, and the temperature sits on the right side of bearable for queueing at theme parks.
Florida sports four major interstate highways, linking its towns and cities. The car is the best way to get around and you’ll find the roads well maintained and with plenty of signage. Greyhound buses cover most of the state, and cycling is popular by the coast.
^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Orbitz.com from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.