There are a diverse range of hotels throughout Florida with corresponding price ranges. You will find all the major chains like Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton and Sheraton as well as lots of smaller groups and chains.
Most hotel rooms will also have a choice of either a king-sized bed (super king in England) or two doubles, so many can accommodate up to four people. All are usually en-suite.
In most hotels in Florida, you just pay for the room, not per person
Some hotels have suites where you have a living room/kitchenette adjoining your bedroom.
These can be quite versatile and give your more space to relax, especially if you have children with you.
If you are staying in the Orlando area, then many of the hotels will offer free transportation to the theme parks so if you are not planning on travelling far, you can get away without renting a car.
The Disney resort hotels are all themed, and provide extra amenities to their guests such as:
- Character Breakfasts in their restaurants (attended by favourite Disney characters)
- early entry into the parks before the rest of the world is allowed in and extra hours some evenings plus
- free transportation between all the resorts and attractions and from the airport on their Magical Express service
Universal Orlando also have their own resorts hotels and whilst SeaWorld do not have any hotels of their own, they have negotiated deals with some local hotels at the southern end of International Drive. More details on many of Florida's resort hotels can be found at Best Florida Resorts.