Hotel & Travel
Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, FL 32821
Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld combines the enchantment of America's favorite playground with imaginative style in an aquatic-themed setting. Dive in and discover a stunning hotel in Orlando, boasting a prime location across from SeaWorld Orlando, near Aquatica, Discovery Cove, Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
Single/Double: $179.00 plus taxes
- For phone reservations, call 800.266.9432 and mention EACUBO to receive the negotiated room rate.
- Rooms can also be booked online.
Rates are guaranteed until September 26, 2014, subject to availability. We encourage you to book your room(s) early to ensure availability.
- Hotel direction: Approximately 17 miles
- Estimated taxi fare: $30.00 (one way)
- Mears Shuttle Service: $17.00 (one way) - Reservations required
Visit the MCO airport website for additional information or call 407.825.2001.
From I-95 to I-4 West. Merge onto SR-528 TOLL W toward I-4/International Drive. Take exit 1 for International Drive. Turn left onto International Drive and then turn right at second light onto Sea Harbor Drive. The hotel is located on the right.
Things to Do in Orlando
Orlando is a modern metropolis with a rich history. Before it was known for theme parks and world-class resorts, Central Florida was a major hub for both the cattle and the citrus industries. You can learn all about the latter sample premium juices at the Florida Natural Growers Grove House Visitor Center in Lake Wales. One of the largest cooperatives of citrus growers in the stat, the company dates back to 1933.
The Orange County Regional History Center, a Smithsonian Affiliate that features permanent and traveling exhibitions, takes visitors through 12,000 years of local history - from the famous sinkhole that swallowed a whole city block to what life was like in a Pioneer Cracker home. Locatined in the 1927 Orange County Courthouse, the building itself is an historic landmark.
Dating back to the 1880's, the City of Winter Park is chock-full of historic sites. Visitors should start at the Winter Park History Museum, which houses exhibitions, hosts lectures and offers a free self-guided walking tour.
Fun & Attractions:
City Tours Downtown Historic Tour
The Downtown Historic Tour gives guests the opportunity to experience Orlando history first hand. The walking tour begins at the Downtown Information Center and ends at the Orange County Regional History Center. Leading the tour is our local Historic Preservation Expert, Richard Forbes. Join the Historic Walking Tour to see an assortment of buildings that have survived the test of time and adapted to modern uses. Tours operate the first Friday of each month, October through May. Tours begin at the Downtown Orlando Information Center at 9:30 AM, located at 201 S Orange Ave Suite 102, Orlando FL 32801.
American Ghost Adventures
Ever felt you were being watched? American Ghost Adventures is not just another walk in the dark. Join us on an interactive ghost tour where you will be entwined with unsolved mysteries, scandalous tales and ghost sightings. This tour that will send chills down your spine as you investigate a real haunted building with EMF detectors and become an amateur ghost hunter. For additional tour information and times, please visit the American Ghost Adventure website at americanghostadventures.com
Scuba and Manatee Snorkeling Tours
"Experience of a lifetime?" Swim and snorkel with endangered species, the Florida manatees. Small groups, full-day educational adventure, all-inclusive pricing, and professional staff. Fun2dive.com
iFly Indoor Skydiving
FLY is an indoor skydiving experience that creates true free fall conditions, just like skydiving, without having to jump out of an airplane. iFLY Orlando's 1,000 hp vertical wind tunnel generates a wall-to-wall cushion of air, on which you safely float. There's no parachute, no jumping, and nothing attaching you to planet Earth. It's just you and the air, it's the most incredible adrenaline rush. www.orlando.iflyworld.com
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
The 65,000-square-foot home to the Space Shuttle Atlantis. The $100 million exhibit provides views of the vehicle up close, along with interactive features reflecting major accomplishments of the Space Shuttle Program. www.kennedyspacecenter.com
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
Ihu's Breakaway Falls, Orlando's tallest and steepest free-fall water slide at Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark. Antartica: Empire of the Penguin, the largest expansion in park history transports guests into the icy world of the penguin. www.seaworld.com
Universal Orlando Resort
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter-Diagon Alley and "London" at Universal Studios Florida. The expansion features shops, a restaurant and an innovative, marquee attraction based on Gringotts bank. Guests will be able to travel between "London" and Hogsmeade village at Universal's Islands of Adventure aboard the Hogwart's Express. www.universalorlando.com
Walt Disney World
New Fantasyland-the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom Park-with the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster. This family coaster will transport guests on a musical ride into the mine, "where a million diamonds shine." www.disneyworld.disney.go.com