The Best Beach Hotels to Book Near Orlando, Florida

Extend your Florida vacation and enjoy a blissful beach getaway near Orlando
Extend your Florida vacation and enjoy a blissful beach getaway near Orlando | Courtesy of Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, an IHG Hotel / Expedia
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30 November 2021
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There are way too many reasons to visit Orlando, Florida. The City Beautiful itself is an amazing place even before you add in its renowned theme parks. The best part is that the shores of the Atlantic are closer than you think. Roller coasters and rolling waves – who says you need to choose between the two? Have the ultimate Central Florida vacation when you stay at one of these best beach hotels near Orlando, bookable on Culture Trip.

Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa, an IHG Hotel, for putting your feet up

4.6/5 (987 Reviews)
Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, an IHG Hotel
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Now from $383 per night
After a long day of queuing for the crowded Magic Kingdom rides, retreat to your own personal oceanfront sanctuary at Kimpton. Less than two hours from Mickey’s doorstep, you’ll forget all about your sore feet after a healing arnica pedicure that relieves pain in your feet and legs. You’ll be walking on air, and feeling as light as a feather as you float back to your lanai suite right beside the expansive pool deck.
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Costa d'Este Beach Resort and Spa, for drinking in the views

4.5/5 (960 Reviews)
Costa d’Este Beach Resort and Spa
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Now from $311 per night
Hungry for more after eating your way around the world at Epcot? Costa d’Este has a wave of locally sourced meals for you. Sunday brunch at Wave is an exercise in balance – well, balancing a bellini in one hand and a heavily garnished bloody mary in the other. You’ll always smell the day’s fresh catch grilling in the kitchen and you’ll always find us at the Cabana Bar, deciding which gelato flavor pairs best with flourless chocolate cake and oceanfront views.
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Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort, for Florida with the family

3.7/5 (2743 Reviews)
Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort
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Now from $122 per night
Trust the kids to know what makes the best beach hotel in Orlando. A clue? Location, location, location. This chic beachside Hilton has that part nailed. It’s across the street from the Daytona Lagoon water park and only a sandy skip away from the Daytona Beach Main Street Pier. Get down there quicker with a bike rental from the hotel, or a boogie board rental if the kids would rather skim their way down the shore.
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Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach, for rock and relaxation

4.4/5 (1771 Reviews)
Hard Rock Hotel
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Now from $165 per night
Whether you’re riding the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Universal Studios or Hollywood Studios, you’ll be in good company at Hard Rock Hotel in Daytona Beach. Just over an hour from Universal Orlando Resort, you can spend your time rocking out on the ocean. Ask your roadies – erm, we mean the staff, of course – to bring up a Fender guitar and a record player for you to play along with your idols. Who knows? Maybe one of the live musicians will hear your tunes and ask you to join them for a performance.
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Daytona Grande Oceanfront Resort, for infinity pools and beyond

4.1/5 (299 Reviews)
Daytona Grande Oceanfront Resort
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Now from $158 per night
Does an oceanfront resort like the Daytona Grande really need an infinity pool? Absolutely, and it’s the only one in the city – which is just one of the reasons why this property is one of the best beach hotels near Orlando. They’ve also got a calorie-crushing fitness center in full view of America’s most famous beach. You’ll find panoramic ocean views from virtually every suite, but we can guarantee that the beach cabana has full visibility of the sun, sand and surf in every direction.
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  • DoubleTree by Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront, for seeing the sights

    4.2/5 (953 Reviews)
    DoubleTree by Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront
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    Now from $159 per night
    Get from the actual ocean to SeaWorld in an hour when you stay at DoubleTree in Cocoa Beach. This oceanfront abode will give you more than a fresh cookie as a sweet treat when you arrive. Let them roll your bags up to a balcony suite while you make dinner reservations at Dunes Restaurant. The Sand Break Pool Bar is a fine place to wait out your appetite, particularly with a piña colada in hand.
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    The Lodge and Club at Ponte Vedra Beach, for slip-sliding away

    4.7/5 (567 Reviews)
    The Lodge and Club at Ponte Vedra Beach
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    Now from $412 per night
    See another side of Florida that most newcomers to O-town miss when you book a room at the Lodge and Club at Ponte Vedra Beach. The only thing more effortless than making day trips to Jacksonville and St Augustine is hanging out at the resort. The kids will have loads of fun in the splash park and on the waterslide, while the adults enjoy the pool and jacuzzi all to themselves.
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    Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, for your very own theme park

    4.7/5 (792 Reviews)
    Ponte Vedra Inn and Club
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    Now from $360 per night
    Sure, Universal’s Islands of Adventure has wizards, superheroes and dinosaurs, but Ponte Vedra Inn & Club has 36 holes of golf right on the ocean. Add in 15 tennis courts, four heated swimming pools and nearly a dozen restaurants, and you’ll wonder why Doctor Seuss didn’t choose this beachfront location for his landing. The kids won’t be bothered being so far from the parks, either; they’ll have their own private playground and nursery to keep them busy.
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