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OYO Townhouse Orlando West
OYO Townhouse Orlando West
OYO Townhouse Orlando West
OYO Townhouse Orlando West
OYO Townhouse Orlando West

OYO Townhouse Orlando West

Colonial Dr, Orlando FL· 10.2 mi
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4.3 (107 Ratings)·Very Good
Pets Not allowed
Wheelchair accessible
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Best hotels in Orlando & Places to Visit

Orlando is an ideal destination for families with kids owing to its ample recreational parks and natural attractions like lakes. It is home to almost a hundred lakes and takes the numero uno spot for movie scouts that are on the look-out for the next big talent. The city offers the best hotels with amenities like swimming pools and parking space. Furthermore, for better accessibility Orlando Airport Hotels would be worth giving a try. Some of its most popular places include:

  • Walt Disney World Parks-

    The Disney World Parks are a collection of four parks, each with a different theme. The Magic Kingdom is the most famous and has Cinderella’s Castle at its center. If you are visiting with kids, meeting their favorite Disney princesses will make their day. Additionally, the Hollywood Studios park, replete with stunts and special effects shows, gives visitors the chance to experience all the behind-the-scenes action that goes into making a movie. The Kilimanjaro safari experience at the Animal Kingdom is like a Jurassic Park dream-come-true that allows you to witness animals running free in their natural habitat. Find budget hotels close to this spot for an easy access.
  • Universal Studios Florida-

    A competitor of the Walt Disney Parks, the Universal Studios doesn’t just give you a peek into the movies, it lets you “ride” the nostalgia of the movies, with rides like the bike ride of the iconic moon scene of ET. If experiencing some magic as a young magician is more your thing, you can don a robe and do just that! You will feel like you are in a movie where you can finally live out some of your favorite scenes which you have only enjoyed as a spectator. The nearest affordable hotel to the Park is the OYO Townhouse & Suites - Orlando which is a mighty cheap hotel and doesn't hurt your pocket. You can book hotels in a giffy through our website.
  • Kennedy Space Center-

    One of NASA’s most popular operation centers, it features exhibits that trace the lives of the astronauts and engineers who have dedicated their lives to bring to life its projects called the Heroes and Legends exhibit. Other exhibits include The U.S Astronaut Hall of Fame and the Rocket Garden which contains the historic spacecrafts of NASA, the Apollo and the Gemini. You can witness shuttle launches from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station if you plan your visit as per their schedule.
  • Gatorland-

    A house of tonnes of alligators, crocodiles, and reptiles that also put on a show for the visitors, like the "Alligator Jumparoo" show and "Gator Wrestlin”. You can see rare white leucistic alligators here. The options to view this strong-jawed reptile range from a train that runs through the conservatory to an observation tower to the zipline. The observation tower lets you watch them yawning in the breeding marshes and the zipline towers above these marshes, giving you the thrill of a lifetime.

What To Eat?

The icing on the key-lime pie, one of Florida’s most famous exports, is the expansion of its culinary landscape. With newer restaurants popping up, residents and visitors are spoiled for choice. What you can not miss are the Ribs at Morimoto Asia and the Butter Chicken Tacos at Pig Floyd’s which have been consistently voted as the most drool-worthy items on Orlando’s food menu. The famous Mills 50 District of Orlando is overflowing with tasty eateries, but if you had to pick one, make it the Anh Hong Restaurant.

How To Reach?

The two main functional airports of Orlando are the Orlando International Airport and the Sanford International Airport. The Sanford Airport is approximately 50 minutes away from the Kennedy Space Center. SunRail is a rail service exclusive to Greater Orlando, Florida. There are 16 stations in total, and buses are available from the Sand Lake Road Station to carry passengers to the Orlando International Airport. Interstate 4 runs East and West and makes driving to all the theme parks of Orlando super convenient.

Budget Hotels in Orlando fl

Florida are furnished with modern amenities like free wifi, CCTV cameras, TV, AC and microwaves and strive to give their guests the best of comfort and luxury. An ideal choice for your holiday accommodation, OYO Hotels aim to please with their facilities and hospitality. There are various hotel discounts and hotel deals that can be availed on our website. In addition, we offer weekly rate and monthly rate as well, starting from $30 per night.

Most OYO accommodations are quite convenient and situated at or near important landmarks like Orlando Health/Amtrak, Meadow Woods Station, Yelvington Heliport, W Colonial Drive And Hyde Park Circle and more.

Book hotels in Orlando, FL and enjoy your trip!
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Questions and Answers

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What are the basic amenities that one can expect at an OYO Hotel in Orlando, FL?

OYO hotels offer all essentials needed for a comfortable stay. A few of the facilities in place for guests include free wifi, car parking , swimming pools, 24/7 check-in, and card payments. Some select OYO properties provide wheelchair accessibility too. Cosy beds, hygienic rooms and vibrant vibes are rest assured. While making a booking, check out for best hotel deals and hotel discounts.

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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Orlando, FL?

Some of the top Orlando Attractions are

  • Universal Theme Parks- Designed in collaboration with Steven Spielberg, Universal Studios Florida has been developed to provide the visitors with a hands-on and interactive experience with the filmmaking industry.
  • Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex - While rockets are exciting, learning about them is no child’s play. However, at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the job has been made a whole lot simpler. Orlando Science Center- With scientific exhibits spread over four floors, a planetarium, dinosaur skeletons, space artifacts
  • Walt Disney World has been Orlando’s most popular family attraction. Special events, parades, and night events are conducted all-year-round. The Magic Kingdom is the most popular among all the four parks, and is home to Cinderella's castle which stands proudly at the center of the park.
  • Volcano Bay- Volcano Bay is an ideal place to unleash the water baby in you. The park offers a truly lavish experience to visitors who wish to rejuvenate themselves.
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What are the best hotels in Winegard Road And W Lancaster Road, Orlando, FL?

There is a range of hotels in Winegard Road And W Lancaster Road, Orlando, FL. Some of them are OYO Townhouse Orlando West, OYO Townhouse & Suites - Orlando and OYO Hotel Orlando Park Central Millenia.

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What are some of the best budget OYO hotels on W Colonial Drive And Hyde Park Circle, Orlando, FL?

Some of the best budget hotels are OYO Townhouse Orlando West, OYO Townhouse & Suites - Orlando and OYO Hotel Orlando Park Central Millenia amongst others. Explore more hotels on our website.

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Does OYO offer hotels with weekly rates and monthly rates?

Yes, you can book hotels for long term stay with OYO Hotels. There are weekly prices and monthly rentals that can be availed through the website, starting at $40 per night.

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What are some of the best budget OYO hotels in Orlando,Fl?

The best hotel in Orlando is OYO Townhouse Orlando West packed with all essential amenities for a comforting stay. Explore more hotels on the website and avail best hotel deals.

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What can I do on a budget in Orlando, Florida?
  • Popcorn Flicks in the Park: Head to Winter Park’s lovely Central Park on the second Thursday of each month for a free, family-friendly classic movie. Bring a blanket and snacks and enjoy a lovely night out that’s gentle on the wallet.
  • Fort Christmas Historical Park: The original Fort Christmas was built by U.S. Army Soldiers in 1837 during the Second Seminole Indian War. Visit the fort and seven restored houses to see exhibits about life in that era, and learn about hunting, fishing, and other aspects of keeping a home.
  • Plant Street Market: Wander this charming community market and sample the goods from 20 vendors of handmade products and organic food. Check out the Crooked Can Brewing Company’s event calendar and catch some free live music while you treat yourself to a pint of handcrafted beer.
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What can I do with kids in Orlando, Florida?
  • Screamin’ Gator Zip Line: Adventurous families love flying across zip lines, soaring seven stories over crocodiles and alligators. Pause at the multilevel launch pads to take in the breathtaking views. Please note, children must be at least 37 inches tall to zip.
  • The Wheel at Icon Park: Take the kids on a classic Ferris wheel spin on this 400-foot ride with great views of Orlando. Here’s a tip: Go at night and watch the Wheel’s awesome light show—anyone in the family not fond of heights can do this from the comfort of the ground!
  • The Great Magic Hall: Celebrate the art of magic by touring the exhibits and witnessing astonishing acts. And you aren’t just limited to watching the magic happen—you can also learn about magic’s history, styles, and characters. Pick up a magic class in a box as a souvenir and do your best to amaze your friends back home.
  • Aquatica: Head to this water park and zoom down the huge slides—or bob around in the wave pool before relaxing on a sandy beach. Don’t miss the Dolphin Plunge, where you go down a slide into darkness, then zoom through a bright underwater world where you can spot dolphins at play.
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What are some cheap hotels in Orlando, Florida?

Orlando has some great hotels for visitors on a budget. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • OYO Hotel Orlando Florida Mall: This hotel sports modern decor, and rooms come equipped with conveniences like a mini-fridge, microwave, and free Wi-Fi.
  •  Hotel Orlando Park Central Millenia: Guests can escape the Florida humidity in air-conditioned rooms while stretching out on a king-sized bed. Those on a road trip will appreciate the free parking!
  • Townhouse Orlando West: This hotel has a swimming pool and daily housekeeping, and allows 24/7 check-in so you can arrive at your convenience. If you find yourself hungry and without a car, there’s a Denny’s, Arby’s, and McDonald’s all within a 5-minute walk.
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