Continuously ranked as Cvent’s No. 1 meeting destination in the country, Orlando provides planners a state-of-the-art convention center, an abundance of hotel rooms, ease of accessibility, award-winning dining and world-class entertainment.
Drury Plaza Hotel Orlando — Disney Springs® Area, the newest official Walt Disney Partner Hotel, is now open with 604 guestrooms and over 17,000 square feet of meeting space. Property guests will be able to enjoy a host of amenities including a resort-style pool, poolside dining and refreshments, and shuttle service to all four Walt Disney World® Resort theme parks.
Set to open December 5, 2023, Conrad Orlando will debut with 433 rooms, including 51 regular suites and 10 spacious family suites. Other features include 40,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, a tranquil spa, numerous dining options and a signature rooftop experience. The hotel will be part of the massive 10,000-bedroom resort complex, Evermore Orlando Resort, offering an array of stay experiences,
from single homes to villas, flats and hotel guestrooms.
The award-winning Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) provides a multitude of meeting options in two beautifully appointed buildings. With 7 million square feet of combined meeting and exhibit space, the OCCC can host events of all types and sizes.
A partnership between Visit Orlando and Orlando Health offers event planners customizable health solutions for their attendees through an Orlando Health Virtual Care Center, opening this year at the Orange County Convention Center. Here, medical providers will be available via virtual visit 24 hours a day. During major conventions, the clinic will be staffed by Orlando Health clinicians.
It’s now even easier to travel to and from Orlando with the recent opening of Orlando International Airport’s South Terminal Complex. The new facility adds 15 gates and includes a seamless, low-touch environment with a state-of-the-art radio frequency baggage system, numerous shops, restaurants and lounge facilities.
Brightline Orlando Station, conveniently located at Orlando International Airport’s (MCO) Terminal C, will connect domestic and international visitors traveling between Orlando and Miami with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Orlando’s culinary community continues to evolve as Orlando is now a Michelin city! The destination has 33 restaurants recognized by the MICHELIN Guide to Florida, including four one-star restaurants, with private dining options at Michelin rated restaurants available for groups. This May, the MICHELIN Guide is adding eight new restaurants for the 2023 edition.