|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Florida:||$200/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$6/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
The Reef At Seahaven Beach Resorts
15285 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach, FL, United States
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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Marianna
4959 Whitetail Drive, Marianna, FL, United States
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Rosen Inn International
7600 International Drive, Orlando, FL, United States
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Rosen Inn At Pointe Orlando
9000 International Drive, Orlando, FL, United States
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Como Metropolitan Miami Beach
2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Drive, Orlando, FL, United States
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Florida or “The Sunshine State” as it is also known, is located to the south-east of the United States. Flanked by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, it is a state of diverse attractions and one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Its abundance of theme parks, beautiful beaches, nature reserves, lively cities and historic towns makes Florida number one on many visitor’s holiday wish lists.
Those interested in Florida state history can head for St. Augustine. A historic city with incredible architecture, it’s also the oldest continuously occupied European establishment in the USA. Visitors of all ages will enjoy vibrant Orlando and its theme parks, shopping malls and restaurants. Explore Walt Disney World with its cartoon characters, processions and world-class firework displays. Universal Studios is a haven for movie lovers with thrilling rides and favourite film set tours. Disney’s Animal Kingdom will enthral animal lovers, and Epcot is futuristic, educational and fun. The east coast of Florida is home to Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Centre, the centre of human space flight. The visitor complex is open for those wishing to explore the mysteries of space technology and the Universe. On the west coast, Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater are popular seaside retreats. The city of Tampa offers great shopping, museums and the famous African themed park of Busch Gardens. St. Petersburg and Clearwater have some of the best white sandy beaches in Florida. On the south-east coast is multicultural Miami, with glorious Art Deco architecture, palm-fringed South Beach, its unique Latino vibe and lively nightlife. Those in search of solitude and inspiration should drive to the Florida Keys over Seven Mile Bridge. Follow the Hemingway Trail and step back into old world Florida, an abundance of charm, cocktails and beautiful sunsets.
There are several International airports in Florida. Orlando International Airport and Sanford services Orlando, Kissimmee and the central and northeastern areas. Miami airport caters to the south and the Florida Keys. Tampa International, the west coast. Visitors can see the best of Florida by car, as cities can be quite a distance from each other. Orlando to Miami takes 3.5 hours driving. Alternatively, there is a comprehensive Greyhound bus system, and trains operate between the major cities.
Juan Ponce de León arrived on the peninsula in 1513, and named the state La Florida or “Land of Flowers”. Today, Florida is a multicultural state and home to a melting pot of ethnicities. The result is incredible cuisine, historic sites and neighbourhoods and a continuing rich heritage which has inspired artists, writers and poets for decades.
Orlando, Miami Beach, and Miami are some of the most favored places to stay in Florida.
Hyatt Regency Pier 66, rated with a score of 7.9 from 49 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Florida. Other top stays include Mondrian South Beach, with an average rating of 7.0 from 818 reviewers, and The Marker Key West Harbor Resort, with a score of 8.6 from 106 reviewers.
Florida has some incredible cities, like Miami and Orlando, that offer a wealth of bars and restaurants. Visitors in Miami can sample a variety of world cuisines. Try Peruvian delicacies at Pollos & Jarras, Japanese sushi at Paperfish, or classic Italian recipes at Crust. These restaurants are all centrally located in Miami, close to the waterfront. There are also plenty of bars and clubs in this area. For Florida hotels in this part of Miami, try the Intercontinental Miami, the IHG Hotel, the Yve Hotel Miami, and the Hyatt Regency Miami. Orlando is also a great, multicultural city for food, with popular restaurants like the Istanbul Grill, Chatham’s Place, and the NYPD Pizza. The south side of Orlando is particularly good for dining out, and Florida hotels near this area include the Caribe Royale Orlando and the Orlando World Centre Florida.
Florida has some fantastic destinations for a family vacation and is a great state to visit with kids. One popular Florida destination for kids and families is the Harry Potter Wizarding World Park in Orlando. This amusement park features Harry Potter-themed rides, interactive exhibits, and much more. For Florida accommodation nearby, Universal’s Cabana Beach Bay Resort or Universal’s Loews Royal Pacific Resort are good options. Both these hotels are situated just a 5min drive from the park. Other popular things to do with kids in Florida include the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa and the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens. If you plan to visit the Big Cat Rescue, Tampa hotels like the Godfrey Hotel & Cabanas Tampa or the Tampa Airport Marriott are around a 20min drive away. Meanwhile, for the Jacksonville Zoo, try the nearby Best West Premier Jacksonville Hotel.
Florida is home to many stunning beaches, epic nightlife spots, fun attractions and theme parks. Art lovers can also find plenty to do in Miami. Visit the Wynwood Walls, featuring outdoor displays of street art and graffiti. The Wynwood Walls are located close to the Miami Waterfront, a 5min drive from the Institute of Contemporary Art. If you want to take in these cultural attractions, the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay hotel is just a 10min drive from the area. Florida also has plenty of amazing coastal spots, like South Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Clearwater, where travellers can swim or soak up the sun. These areas also have many coastal resorts, where guests can enjoy spectacular ocean views. For seafront hotels in Florida, try the Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale or the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater.
As well as the beautiful scenery, exotic wildlife, and bays with clear water for swimming, Florida also has plenty of urban spots with great galleries and museums. Literature lovers will enjoy a trip to Key West to see the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. For hotels near this venue, try the Capitana Key West or the Hampton Inn Key West. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for art galleries and museums, Key Largo is a fantastic spot to visit. The area is home to the Salvador Dali Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the James Museum of Western Art & Wildlife. Largo hotels, like the Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club, will put you just a short drive from these sites.