by Amanda Geronikos
Located on 482 acres of land, Waldorf Astoria Orlando is an exquisite, luxury resort. Several variations of guest rooms and suites are available; a Deluxe Room suits families of four or less as it provides two queen beds (or a king bed) and plenty of space. Guests who stay in a Waldorf Astoria Suite enjoy a kitchenette with a wine refrigerator, breakfast bar and a separate bedroom and living room.
Six restaurants are located onsite; The Clubhouse Grille is perfect for families as it serves traditional American fare. Going out for dinner without the kids? Astoria After Dark provides dinner and activities to children nightly. And while parents enjoy a game of golf or a trip to the hotel’s spa during the day, kids can spend time with Children’s Concierge, which offers activities like arts and crafts, relay games and scavenger hunts. Together, the whole family will enjoy the outdoor pools and private cabanas.
Our Editor Loves
- Children's programs
- Six onsite restaurants
- Outdoor pools and cabanas
I have been to man conferences over he years. This one at the Waldorf Astoria was a standout. The staff were consistently warm and caring, and the food was excellent- no small feat when managing for over 300 participants.
by gwen b
Definitely not 5 star. Check in is 4pm, our suite was not ready until almost 5pm. No late check-out available for us but people were checking in at 10:30am. Did not have slippers in room, bath robes or twice a day housekeeping all of which were in actual room description. Facilities were nice enough but Ritz-Carlton has Waldorf Astoria beat by a landslide as far as service and overall value. Did not feel overly welcome and door man was downright rude to me. Hilton brand disappoints once again.