Summertime in Orlando

written by | Posted on June 25th, 2013

Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando Resort.

Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando Resort.

Orlando is a hot destination for travelers with its theme parks and top hotels, and we’ve rounded up a few ways for agents to cash in on the destination.

Travel industry professionals can enjoy the city for themselves with deals from Visit Orlando as part of its Global Hospitality Days, which runs from Aug. 15 to Sept. 30.

Savings include double queen suites starting at $89 per night at Caribe Royale All-Suite Hotel and Convention Center, near International Drive; 25 percent off at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Orlando, Grande Lakes; a pool view room at Avanti Resort on International Drive for $55 per night; a room at Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando for $79 per night, including breakfast and parking; and up to 20 percent off Broadway shows at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre with Broadway Across America.

For more information, visit visitorlando.com/hospitality.

Agents can also provide savings for their clients, such as Universal Orlando Resort’s deal for Florida residents this summer with the Exclusive Florida Resident Universal Partner Hotel Getaway.

The package, which starts at $115 per adult, per night, includes 2-night accommodations at a Universal partner hotel; a 2-day base ticket, valid for one park per day; and early park admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. In addition, guests can upgrade to one of the three AAA four-diamond onsite hotels—Loews Portofino Bay HotelHard Rock Hotel and Loews Royal Pacific Resort—which include free Universal Express Unlimited access to skip lines at the parks, as well as complimentary onsite transportation to the theme parks and CityWalk.

The package is available now through July 29 for travel through July 31. For more information, visit universalorlando.com.

For clients planning a trip to Disney, hotels in Celebration are offering summer sales, such as the Radisson Resort Orlando-Celebration, a Disney Good Neighbor Hotel.

The 718-room property has rates starting at $89 per night with complimentary scheduled shuttle service to the Epcot Transportation Center and free breakfast for children under 5 with the purchase of a full adult breakfast. The resort, set on 20 acres located a half-mile from Walt Disney Resort, features two tennis courts, a fitness center, a game room and complimentary high-speed Internet.

For more information, call (800) 634-4774 or visit radissonorlandoresort.com.