The Best Hotels With Balconies in Orlando, Florida
Map out your trip to Walt Disney World from your balcony at Grand Beach | Courtesy of Grand Beach by Diamond Resorts / Expedia
Few features immediately elevate a hotel room in Orlando like a private balcony. The only thing better than enjoying the sunset with a glass of wine in hand, is watching a cool summer storm roll in from the coast. Take in the downtown skyline or Walt Disney World’s colorful fireworks, and relax with a scenic view in one of these great hotels in Orlando, Florida.
Lake Buena Vista Resort Village and Spa
4.2/5 (4590 Reviews)
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Now from $143 per night
When you book a suite at the Lake Buena Vista Resort Village and Spa, you’ll need your family’s help in choosing a view. The hotel’s balconies offer visitors panoramic city scapes, a bird’s-eye view of the Pirate’s Plunge Pool or even a magical showcase of Walt Disney World’s fireworks. Each balcony is a great option, so enjoy a relaxing bath in your jacuzzi tub before ordering a pie from Pizza-Hut Express to eat while gazing at the Florida sky.
Las Palmeras by Hilton Grand Vacations
4.3/5 (558 Reviews)
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Now from $186 per night
If you’re bringing your whole family to Orlando, Las Palmeras by Hilton Grand Vacations has something in store for all. Every studio, suite and ADA accessible room also features a cozy balcony designed to give you and your loved ones a safe space to enjoy the fresh air. On Universal Boulevard, Las Palmeras is minutes away from the shopping, dining and excitement along International Drive as well as close to SeaWorld and Universal Orlando Resort.
The Point Hotel and Suites
4.2/5 (3007 Reviews)
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Now from $93 per night
The Point Hotel and Suites will wow you from the moment you step inside. Spending time in your chic one- or two-bedroom suite is even more tempting when you know you can order up room service and have breakfast on your private balcony. Kick your vacation up a notch and request special treats such as champagne, gourmet cheese and wine, or milk and cookies for everyone to enjoy. If you’re traveling with companions that require additional assistance, the ADA suites also include balconies with accessible amenities.
Grand Beach by Diamond Resorts
4.6/5 (1424 Reviews)
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Now from $93 per night
Grand Beach is only 5mi (8km) from Disney Springs and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park, making it an ideal location for the “mouseketeers” in your family. You and the kids can plan out your trip to the Magic Kingdom from the balcony of your three-bedroom suite, and enjoy the scenic views, cool breeze and warm Florida sun.
Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek
Resort, Spa Hotel
4.4/5 (1961 Reviews)
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Now from $188 per night
Believe it or not, you can stay within a 10-minute drive of Epcot, and yet feel like you’re miles away from the rest of the world. With 500 acres (202ha) of stunning woodland, the Wyndham Grand Orlando is like a secluded hideaway. Book a room with a balcony for great views of the resort’s five pools, two lazy rivers and golf course.
Blue Heron Beach Resort
4.2/5 (2387 Reviews)
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Now from $104 per night
The Blue Heron Beach Resort offers you an amazingly difficult choice: a balcony with views of the sunrise over Lake Bryan or the stunning Disney fireworks display. Whichever one you choose, you’ll love the private balconies attached to each suite. With a fully equipped kitchen and grocery delivery service, you can spend the night dining and enjoying the vistas.
Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
4.4/5 (1349 Reviews)
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Now from $137 per night
The only thing you’ll love more than staying in the Renaissance Orlando next door to SeaWorld, is being able to see the theme park from your balcony. Though you can have your pick of rooms with balconies, only a few offer pool or SeaWorld views. Be sure to check the park’s fireworks schedule in advance, to note if you’ll have the chance to view the stunning light show from the comfort of your own suite.
Parc Corniche Condominium Suite Hotel
3.8/5 (2104 Reviews)
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Now from $81 per night
Although the Parc Corniche Condominium Suite Hotel is within walking distance of SeaWorld, the views from your balcony will be anything but urban. All standard suites, deluxe suites and luxury villas include private balconies with either pool, lake or wooded vistas. The heated swimming pool and jacuzzi will surely tempt you to break away from your balcony for some relaxation.
These recommendations were updated on November 13, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.