The Grove Resort Orlando

14501 Grove Resort Avenue, Orlando, 34787, FL

Lazy River at The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando; Courtesy of The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando
Cypress Room at The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando; Courtesy of The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando
Surfari Cabana at The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando; Courtesy of The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando
Pool at The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando; Courtesy of The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando
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The Grove Resort Orlando features hundreds of suites; three swimming pools (one with a kids’ play area); a water park; several dining options, including a grab-and-go market; fitness center; and full-service spa. The resort is the area’s second hotel by BENCHMARK, a Global Hospitality Company; the other is the Villas of Grand Cypress in Orlando.

The hotel is located on 106 acres of land in Winter Garden — 18 of which are Lake Austin, where guests can enjoy kayaking, paddleboating and fishing. Just outside of Orlando, the hotel’s location is secluded and quiet. Many families may find the location especially nice after a not-so-secluded and loud day at the theme parks; other families (like us) may feel too far removed from the action. It’s all a matter of preference.

When it’s time to go to the theme parks, the resort provides a shuttle (included in a resort fee) to a Disney World Transportation Center, where you can then catch a bus to the parks. If you’re driving on your own, expect a 20-minute commute.

The resort’s suites are especially convenient for families, ranging from one to three bedrooms and offering fully equipped kitchens, washers and dryers and patios or balconies.

Our Editor Loves

  • Residential-style suites
  • Pools and natural adventures
  • Quiet location

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park
  • Water Parks
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Room Information

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The resort's residential-style suites are luxuriously spacious, ranging from 1,200 to 1,600 square feet in size. Each unit features a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, washer and dryer and patio or balcony with a table and chairs. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations and toiletries by Tommy Bahama.

Most suites overlook the hotel's pools and Lake Austin.

Pack 'N Plays are available upon request for those traveling with infants; there is no charge.

Note: As an environmentally conscious organization, The Grove Resort Orlando provides housekeeping services every other day. Guests can receive a $10 resort credit for every cleaning they opt out of. Ask for details at check-in.


One-bedroom suites offer a private bedroom with a king bed, plus a sleeper sofa in the living room; these units can sleep up to four guests. They have one bathroom.


There is one king bed in the master and one queen bed in the second room. There's also a sleeper sofa in the living room, so six people can comfortably fit in the two-bedroom suite. There are two bathrooms.

Two-Bedroom Family Suite

There is one king bed in the master and two full beds in the second room. There's also a sleeper sofa in the living room, so eight people can comfortably fit in the two-bedroom family suite. There are two bathrooms.


There is one king bed in the master and one queen bed in the second and third rooms with the addition of a sleeper sofa in the living area. This three-bedroom suite can accommodate up to eight guests. These units have two or three bathrooms.


Family Holiday

by WallaseyGillian

The children are now teenagers, so they need their own space. What better than an apartment at The Grove Resort. We were the first to stay in a newly refurbished 3 bed apartment. Wow, everything was brand new. Accommodation was very comfortable. WiFi excellent. It’s cost effective to stay in an apartment, cooking our own meals certainly kept our costs down. We did a big shop at the nearby Publix Supermarket. The complex has a supermarket with a takeout menu.

The Pools are fantastic. The Spa was amazing. Staff very friendly and polite.

Great Staycation

by drumdan2002

The resort itself felt like a vacation while on vacation. With all the crowds and hustle of the Orlando theme parks it was nice to be able to come back and relax at the resort. We stayed in a 3 bedroom 2 bath suite which was spacious and clean. Be sure to read the newly amended house keeping regulations to avoid any issues during your stay. The layout of the property was not complicated at all as others have stated, just follow the signs. We enjoyed the pools and waterpark and were always served with a smile everywhere we went! My only complaint was the price of the Breakfast buffet-$25! Other than that we had a great stay with no issues at all! Enjoy!

Family Activities

The resort has three lagoon-like swimming pools grouped in one area and known as The Springs. One pool features zero-entry access, a play area designed for kids. Covered cabanas are available to rent; costs vary by day of the week/time of the year.

Natural Adventures
Families can (and should) take advantage of the hotel's location on Lake Austin. You can rent a paddleboat or kayak, or go fishing (either on a boat or on the dock); additional fees apply.

Surfari Water Park
Surfari Water Park features a FlowRider Double surf simulator, a relaxing lazy river, two dueling water slides, a kids' activities pool, BBQ and free entry! It also offers cabanas.

Game Room
Flip Flop's Family Fun Center is 7,000 square feet of excitement and features a Glow-In-The-Dark Indoor Mini Golf Course!  Enjoy cutting-edge video and redemption games and classics like Skee-Ball. Flip Flop’s delivers challenges, laughs and smiles every time!  Plus, your fun will be rewarded when you turn your game winnings into amazing prizes at our Prize Hub!

Family Dining

Alfresco Market
The first dining option to open at The Grove Resort Orlando, the Alfresco Market offers grab-and-go items -- coffee drinks, snacks, pastries, you name it.

This is the hotel's full-service restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast includes a full buffet (based on hotel occupancy), as well as an al a carte menu with traditional breakfast favorites. Lunch and dinner feature a la carte American menus. Kids' menus are available.

Springs Bar & Grill
The pool bar, Springs Bar & Grill, serves burgers, sandwiches, salads and the like -- plus cocktails, of course!

Longboard Bar & Grill
Located inside Surfari Water Park, Longboard Bar & Grill serves casual fare by the pools. Expect burgers, sandwiches, salads and the like, plus cocktails and mocktails.

Planning & Tips

All About the Extras
Resort Fee


The resort charges a daily resort fee of $35; this covers Wi-Fi, in-room coffee services, access to Surfari Water Park and use of the lazy river tubes and towels; access to the fitness center; unlimited in-room local and toll-free calls; use of the business center including printing; scheduled calendar of resort activities for the family; and shuttle services to the closest Disney Transportation Center.

Wi-Fi is included in the resort fee and works well throughout the resort.

Fitness Center
The resort has a small fitness center with cardio machines, free weights, yoga mats/balls and the like. The fitness center is available to guests all day; room key cards are required for access.

Self-parking in a private car garage is available for $15 per day.

Organized Events
The resort offers dive-in movies (free of charge) and other events weekly. Events/offerings vary, so ask about upcoming events during your stay.

The Art of Smart Timing
Late-summer through September (excluding Labor Day weekend) is the best time to visit The Grove Resort Orlando in terms of lowest rates.

Getting There
The Grove Resort Orlando is about 30 minutes from Orlando International Airport (MCO).

Getting Around
The resort provides shuttle services (included in the resort fee) to the closest Disney Transportation Center, where you can then hop on a bus to the parks. It's about a 20-minute drive to Disney World if you decide to go the parks on your own.

For Mom and Dad
Escape Spa
The resort's spa has four treatment rooms where you can indulge in a facial, wrap or massage. Manis and pedis are also an option (for kids, too!) and you can opt to have those done by the pools for a special treat. Reservations are recommended.

Element is the bar to visit, serving handcrafted cocktails and craft beer. Visit for a nightcap after a day with Mickey!