A team of Oyster reporters spent weeks exploring 31 Orlando hotels. We slept in the beds, ate in the restaurants, tested the service, and lounged by the pools, all with an eye toward selecting the most distinguished properties. In a town that revolves around kids and kids at heart , it can be hard to find hotels that offer peace and quiet. A throwback to Florida's grand old Victorian-style seaside resorts, the Grand Floridian, Disney's crown jewel, is expensive but equally elegant. Tennis courts, a jogging trail, boat rentals, and a well-equipped fitness center add to the grown-up appeal.
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Travelers already consider Orlando, Florida , a bona fide family vacation destination , but many may be surprised to find that it also appeals to those traveling without little ones. While you might not associate hour-long lines and hordes of children with romance, Orlando's theme parks can be enjoyed not only by kids, but also by the young at heart. From plush resort spas to sophisticated restaurants, here's how to plan a grown-up trip to the Theme Park Capital of the World. Reserve a VIP tour You're an adult now -- time to break open the piggy bank. Spend a little extra on a VIP Tour and let a personal guide plan your park day for you. But with VIP access, you'll be able to skip lines, take private transportation between the park and your hotel, look behind the scenes and enjoy preferred seating at parades and firework shows. Keep in mind that these prices do not include park admission and can fluctuate during peak season.
First adult-only, all-inclusive resort opens in Florida Keys
By Susan Breslow Sardone. Every once in a while a childfree couple find themselves in Orlando, Florida, ground zero for families with kids on vacation. Not yet fully domesticated, the world is their zoo. Here the little darlings run, shriek, cry out, kick strangers and each other, cut through lines and weave through legs, spit up, raise a stink, cough and sneeze without covering their little rosebud mouths, and make a general nuisance of themselves. What's a pair of childfree adults to do?
I realize this is crazy to ask, but is there a hotel in the area that caters to adults only not that I don't love the kids. There are some upscale resorts that attract fewer children, but I am not sure if adults only is even legal in FL. Well, certainly not illegal to have Adults Only hotels in Florida there are many in Key West and some of the coastal beach areas -- I don't think there are any around Disney. The Waldorf was pretty much adults when we were there. It's a beautiful, classy property.