Kissimmee — St. Cloud
Daytona Beach

“Orlando has one of the most diverse inventories of hotel properties at all price points.”
— Mark Bostwick, Conference Services Network, and a member of Conferon


There are two sides to a Florida experience: the theme parks, where reality is manufactured for a mass audience, and the back-to-nature experience. After all, the state is surrounded on three sides by water and is home to an array of sea life — which speaks to the popularity of Discovery Cove, located next to SeaWorld Orlando. Here, visitors have the rare opportunity to swim among rainbows of colorful fish and even play with friendly bottlenose dolphins.