Location InformationCentral Reservations 1.877.434.1212
Nearby Points of Interest:
Wet 'N Wild (water park) - 1 mile
Pointe Orlando (shopping) - 1.5 miles
Orange County Convention Center - 2 miles
Universal Studios - 2 miles
SeaWorld - 3 miles
Florida Mall - 5 miles
Downtown Orlando - 8 miles
Epcot Center - 9 miles
Magic Kingdom Theme Park - 9 miles
Disney-MGM Studios - 9 miles
Walt Disney World Resort - 9 miles
Orlando International Airport (MCO): Approximate driving time is 21 minutes and distance is 13 miles.
Driving directions from Orlando International Airport: Leaving the airport's north end, take SR 528 W/Bee Line Expwy (toll) to Exit #74A/Sand Lake Rd.) After exiting, turn right, then immediately left to the hotel's main entrance on Sand Lake Rd.
Getting there: Public transit Lynx buses are available from the airport but require more than an hour to reach the International Dr area, so rental cars, taxis and shuttles are the most popular options. Rental cars are available from this Web site. Rental car desks and courtesy shuttles to offsite rental car desks are on airport Level One: More than $36. Taxis run on meters and fare is more than $36. Shuttle fares from Mears Transportation are $16–$25 return, for both adults and children, with no charge for children 3 and under. Town Cars and limousines are available: More than $36. Fees are subject to change without notice.
Getting around: Plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment sites are located immediately around the hotel. To see more of this busy area, guests can hop onto the I•Ride trolley which stops in front of the hotel on International Dr and continues up and down International Dr (as far as SeaWorld) and to Universal Blvd. Lynx public buses also stop in front of the hotel, allowing access to the entire Orlando region. Single fares for both the trolley and Lynx buses are less than $5. Fees are subject to change without notice. The hotel provides complimentary shuttles to Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Wet 'n Wild, and The Florida Mall. But for going farther afield, driving is most convenient because visitor attractions are spread out. Navigation is easy due to well-marked highways.