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Sleep Inn & Suites
Guests at Sleep Inn & Suites will take advantage of the HOT Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast which is served each morning in the lobby. Sleep Inn & Suites offers all the necessary extras to make your stay enjoyable, including in room coffee makers, hairdryers, iron/ironing boards. Microwaves and refrigerators are also available. Have you had a long stressful day? Unwind in the outdoor pool or whirlpool spa. Need to catch up on your fitness routine? Take advantage of the well-equipped fitness center. Flying out of Orlando Airport? Take advantage of the Park Sleep Fly Package!
Comfort Suites Orlando Airport
A brand new luxurious hotel, just 1.5 miles of the Orlando International Airport. Each room comes well stocked with the comforts of home. All rooms are non-smoking and contain either a King or Two Queen beds. Each room contains a full size desktop computer, 32" flat screen television, microwave, refrigerator, and an iron & ironing board. There is an outdoor pool with a jacuzzi for your relaxation needs. There is also a safe for an additional fee of $1.00 per day, added to all accounts. With the convenience of being located near the airport, there is daily free shuttle service every hour starting at 4:30am-12:30am every half hour on the hour to the airport. With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, a free hot breakfast is served daily. On Monday - Friday it will be served from 6:00am - 9:30am, and on Saturday and Sunday from 7:00am - 10:00am. Every day the breakfast item will change giving you variety, including: an egg item, a meat item, breads, a variety of pastries, three different types of cereals, fresh fruits, coffee, juice, and milk. Grad & Go bags are vailable if your flight is before breakfast hours.There are port transfers available, inquire at the front desk, and it will be handled through a local transportation service (at additional cost.).The Comfort Suites Hotel is happy to announce the new shuttle service to the Orlando Convention Center for a small fee of $20.00 per person/ roundtrip.
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MCO Airport Guide:
The Disney World Airport
Whenever someone thinks of Orlando, they immediately think of Disney World. This and other Orlando based tourist attractions are fed by MCO airport. MCO is the Orlando area’s international airport; a sort of revolving door for tourists from all over.
The Good Side of MCO
MCO scores points for being clean and efficient considering it's a large airport. It is spacious, and has a lot of natural lighting, as found in the atrium area. It also has a four star hotel, the Hyatt Regency, located right inside the airport for convenient lodging. MCO has a wide variety of shops (including the Disney and Universal brands) to pick up last minute souvenirs. There is also free Wi-Fi and comfortable seating for relaxing between flights. In line with the overall hospitality aura of Orlando, TSA is perceived to be mostly warm and friendly with travelers.
The Bad Side of MCO
Security checkpoints can slow considerably due to the high volume of tourist traffic. Likewise, lines for restaurants and stores can also get anxiously long during peak hours. Baggage return also suffers from slow service, further adding to frustrating wait times.
Interesting Ways To Kill Time at MCO
Kids and adults alike can enjoy the undersea view at MCO’s 3,000-gallon salt water aquarium, located in the food court. MCO is also known for its renowned art collection, which is scattered throughout the terminal sections. There is a lifelike mural of manatees painted in the West Hall, between Terminals A and B. There are also several panels of frosted glass art in both the North Walk of Terminal A, and the South Walk of Terminal B.
One of the airport’s most visited pieces of art is “The Traveler,” which can be found in Terminal A in the area of gates 100-129. The Traveler is a life-size statue of a man sitting on the floor with his back against the wall; his head resting on one hand as he engages in a peaceful, airport nap. The statute looks amazingly real, and provides a great photo op for passersby.
Aside from the art, there are numerous stores to browse while in between flights. Female
travelers may find it useful to know there is a Lush Cosmetics store just outside of the security gates.
The Eatery Scene at MCO
Restaurants is not a strong point for MCO. Most of the restaurants on the terminal side of the airport are the likes of Burger King and Ruby Tuesday. MCO does have some of the better of the chain eateries with Outback Steakhouse and Macaroni Grill. Nonetheless, if you can’t stand eating at chain restaurants there are a couple of other spots that might suit your fancy.
If you're looking for a quick snack and some coffee, head to ZaZa Snack Bar. This cafe is located in both Terminal A and Terminal B. ZaZa is well reviewed for its strong coffee and delicious pastries. You can get your hands on Cuban style coffee drinks such as Cafe Con Leche, or filling pastries such as the Guava Danish. It's also a good stop during breakfast hours since they serve warmed ham and egg sandwiches on Cuban bread.
If you're looking for more fulfilling fare, you can venture to McCoy's Bar & Grill inside the Hyatt on the 4th floor. This restaurant has a wide variety of plates such as salmon salad, pork carnitas, and even sushi. It provides a traditional restaurant atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the terminals.
More Planning Tips for MCO
No food service is available during the wee night hours of 11pm to 5am. Therefore, you need to eat well on your flight, or bring some food for late meals. Starbucks does stay open 24 hours, so you have a chance at getting a late snack depending on the food items available. Also, there are no power outlets at the food court, so don't plan on charging up electronics while eating.
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