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Golf Hotels in Orlando

Did you know that more professional golfers live in Orlando than any other city in the country? The family hotspot is more than just theme parks. With over 170 courses and more than 20 academies, Orlando is the perfect city for your next golf getaway as well. Combine your next family vacation with a few rounds by making a reservation at one of these Orlando golf hotels:
from $90
The Rosen is socially-conscious.
World-class golf, kiddie and quiet pools, plus proximity to theme parks and shopping make the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel an oasis for the entire family. Don’t let its size intimidate you: every single one of the 1,501 guest rooms has a stunning view of the resort’s David Harman 18-hole golf course. Named one of the Top 10 Toughest Courses by Orlando Business Journal, it will challenge even the most seasoned golfers.Despite its size, Rosen Shingle Creek parking is complimentary to guests. Other amenities include a full-service spa and 12 different dining options. Have your pick from casual grilles and sumptuous buffets to fine Italian and Japanese restaurants. Moreover, you can feel good about your vacation knowing that The Rosen Hotels & Resorts give back to the community. The organization makes frequent donations to programs such as The Wounded Warriors Project.
from $189
Enjoy the Waldorf-Astoria's legendary service.
The legendary personal service of the luxury chain can be had on a budget at the Waldorf-Astoria Orlando. Walking distance to several Disney theme parks, six miles away from premium shopping, plus an 18-hole Rees Jones golf course on-site means the property will sure please every family member.Let the children have some fun at the WA Kids Club program while you take a private lesson with Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Instructor Brian Mogg. Time to eat? Choose from over 13 different dining options, varying from fine entrees and small plates to grille classics and grab-and-go snacks.After so many activities you are bound to be exhausted, so feel free to book a treatment at the Waldorf-Astoria Orlando spa or one of the lux private cabanas by the pool.
from $129
The Hyatt is stocked with waterfront amenities.
Thanks to its private 21-acre Lake Windsong, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress resort fee includes water activities such as sailing, kayaking, paddle boating, and canoeing—unlike other resorts in the vicinity. The property also gets high marks for its pool (boasting 12 waterfalls) and easy access to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld.Want a break from the kids? Camp Hyatt entertains them so you can enjoy a date night. Better yet, you can feel good about that dinner as all menus feature ingredients from local farmers and sustainable sources.Star of the show is still golf, though. With 4 courses designed by acclaimed Jack Nicklaus and lessons offered by the Grand Cypress Academy of Golf, this Hyatt Regency is a prime spot for your next golf vacation.
from $90
The Arnold Palmer offers intimacy on a budget.
The 70-room Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Lodge offers an intimate club atmosphere for a fraction of the cost of a typical 4-star resort. Golfers will be spoiled with the member and guest-only Bay Hill golf course, a popular stop of the PGA Tour. If it’s 27 holes of championship golf aren’t enough, hop over to the Orange Tree Golf Club and Isleworth Golf and Country Club nearby. Icing on the cake? You’re almost certain to stumble upon Mr. Palmer himself at dinner time if you visit in the winter.Nongolfers enjoy other amenities such as the first-class fitness center, outdoor pool, sauna, and spa. Guests also rave about the resort’s cuisine, particularly the flatbread pizzas, and reliable Internet access. 
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