8701 World Center Drive, Orlando, FL | Directions 3282128.359891 -81.508374
Mon. - Sun. 24 Hours
Staff Steals Personal Property from Rooms - BEWARE – I had an expensive item stolen from our room at this hotel. Of course it's "not their fault". Really? Because I brought a tablet into the room and had to leave without it! Who has access to room? Housekeeping, maintenance, and any number of other people. Hard to prove theft without forced entry - no forced entry because they have KEYS!
No free internet provided - so unless you want to pay at least $15/24 hour period - leave any pricey computer equipment at home so that their staff isn't tempted to steal it.
Above average – Great for those wishing to avoid the family crowds and business travelers. The restaurants and lounges are all great, a bit pricey but that should be expected. Rooms were just average but all in all this is a really nice hotel. I do agree however with the complaints about parking. Would stay here again.
Like a city within a city, this graceful tower hosts world-renowned golf, an acclaimed spa and three fine-dining establishments. – The Scene
The largest Marriott in the world, this property consists of 230-acres and a 28-story tower with descending tiers on either side. With hundreds of thousands of square feet of meeting space, a considerable number of guests are business travelers. World-renowned recreation facilities, including the Hawk's Landing Golf Course, eight tennis courts, six pools, a 4,000-square-foot fitness center and a spa, attract affluent vacationers as well.
Guest rooms feature down comforters, private balconies with patio furniture and vast views of the property and beyond. Three of Orlando's top restaurants reside here--Ristorante Tuscany, Hawk's Landing Steakhouse & Grille and the hotel's headliner, Mikado Japanese Steakhouse. There's a significant nightlife scene as well, with a total of ten restaurants and lounges combined.
Overrated – It's a regular Marriott, matter of fact I've stayed in nicer Marriotts that are not that big. The only thing fancy is the building itself. Although from our room the view was spectacular on New Years Eve. We saw all the Disney fireworks at the sane time. That was awesome. But as far as the room itself, it was overrated, overpriced. Speaking of overpriced, an omelet was about $15 and you had to pay to park in a garage that was not close to the hotel, and you had to pay for transportation to the theme parks.
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