JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes
Book from $159
Address: 4040 Central Florida Pkwy, , Orlando, US
No of Rooms: 80
Location. The JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes is located within 500 acres of a nature preserve in Orlando, Fla. The hotel is located two miles from Discovery Cove and less than four miles from SeaWorld Orlando. The hotel is also four miles from Pointe Orlando shopping mall. Hotel Features. The lobby features Mediterranean interiors marked by vaulted ceilings and grand archways. The warm decor extends to the rest of the hotel, including the four dining options. Primo restaurant features the famed cuisine of Chef Melissa Kelly, which is crafted with her contemporary Italian appeal. The hotel grows organic vegetables and herbs on site for use in Kelly's creations. The property offers eateries such as Citron, an American brasserie; Quench, a casual poolside option; and the Sushi Bar, which adjoins the lobby. The Lobby Lounge serves cocktails and wines. A Starbucks is on site. The JW Marriot Orlando Grande Lakes and a neighboring hotel comprise the Grande Lakes Resort which provides a number of diversions such as carriage rides, jogging trails and a Greg Norman Signature Golf Course. Guests are invited to enjoy the hotel's lazy river heated pool and tennis court. JW Marriot Orlando Grande Lakes guests have access to all the Ritz Carlton amenities including a fitness center and lap pool at the 40,000 square foot Ritz Carlton Spa. Guestrooms. The JW Marriot Orlando Grande Lakes houses 1,000 guestrooms including 64 suites. Rooms are equipped with high speed wired and wireless Internet access, cable and satellite television, and multiple data ports. Bathrooms provide bathrobes and Nirvae toiletries. Select bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers. Rooms afford views of the resort gardens, golf course, lakes or city skyline. Expert Tip. To fully experience a Floridian nature preserve, embark on a guided eco tour with the hotel's own Grande Lakes Outfitters guides. The guides pick up guests in the hotel lobby and take them to Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Florida everglades. Guides conduct Eco tours on site by canoe or kayak.