Top 5 luxury activities to add to your Orlando itinerary

 

Planning a trip to Orlando takes time and effort and if you’re going for the higher end of the market it’s important you ensure every element of your luxury break it planned. To avoid disappointment you may need to book some places in advance and below we’ve picked out five top luxury activities that you simply must include in your Orlando itinerary.

Restaurant Row

Although it’s very likely you’ll have made the decision to rent your own luxury villa in Orlando, this doesn’t mean you can’t eat out every now and again. Those with a discerning palate will not be disappointed by the range on offer at Restaurant Row. Every cuisine is covered and you may be able to try out something completely new.

Eating in Orlando

Park Avenue

If shopping is your thing then Park Avenue is your area. The luxury shopping district is as cosmopolitan as they come and as well as a wide range of designer boutiques you can take in original art work, a cultured boat tour and the natural greenery of the large park. It’s perfect to spend a little and enjoy the local community too.

Golf

The range of golf courses across Orlando cannot be compared. There are whole resorts built around golf courses and many of them have been designed by Masters Professionals. Orlando was voted North American Golf Destination of the Year in 1010 by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators and whether you’re a beginner or an expert you can throw yourself into the wide range of courses available.

Golfer

Waldorf Astoria Spa

Orlando has a wide range of fantastic, invigorating spas but the Waldorf Astoria offers the complete height of luxury. It’s a must-see for anybody who loves the relaxation and pampering that only a spa can offer. Customised treatments and respite packages are available to de-stress your body after a day at the theme parks. With 22 treatment rooms guests can enjoy a wide range of individual packages including harmonising massage and hydrotherapy.

The Mall at Millenia

Designer fashion is something you cannot beat in Orlando. The Mall at Millenia is world renowned for its quality and it’s packed out with pure, unbeatable designer fashion. Whether you’re after Italian couture or American gadgets you’ll find it here. Luxury brands on every corner you can get up to date with the latest trends around the world and indulge your inner fashionista.

The Mall at Millenia

Luxury days out in Orlando are few and far between when compared with the wide range of theme parks and family friendly options. For a luxurious break to remember for a lifetime try and incorporate some of these fantastic experiences.

James Mannings is Co-Founder ofáTop Villas.

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  1. Great post. Orlando has a lot of upscale activities to offer and a lot of guests don’t realize that. I would also add a meal at Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. It is the only Michelin Star restaurant in the area, so definitely worth a look for those special occasions.

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