Local artisans infuse The Gates Hotel with the essence of Key West for an authentic visitor experience.
South Walton, Pensacola Beach, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Hollywood Beach
St. Augustine Beach, Amelia Island, Clearwater Beach, St. Pete Beach
From Orlando, a visit to any of these 12 Florida beaches makes for a great relaxing getaway.
New Smyrna Beach, Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach
Summer is finally on its way and now is the perfect time to plan your getaway. Check out some of these great deals and special destinations just a short drive from Orlando.
The Riverwalk provides a clear path to the city’s museums and other enriching experiences.
Nature and R&R meet stylish surroundings on this quiet piece of paradise tucked away in South Florida.
Dolphins, rays and manatees are the main attractions.
This waterway offers one-of-a-kind finds: fossils.
Georgia’s Cumberland Island remains a haven for horses and wilderness.
It’s a safari of a different sort—sailing over the trees at 25 mph.
Culture, cuisine, history and nature converge in the revitalized “Athens of Florida,” just beyond Orlando.
South of Daytona Beach is a stretch of 10 miles where nature, history and uncrowded sands help families reconnect.
Seminole Hard Rock Tampa tempts with bright lights, jackpot dreams and a menu of indulgences.
With its giant spa and glorious food, Canyon Ranch offers a great escape for mind and body in Miami Beach.
Check in and never leave. At these five destination resorts, you can wake up, play till you drop and do it all again the next day.
Three easy getaways to jump-start the season.
Get your feet wet exploring Charlotte Harbor’s rivers, estuary and Gulf islands.
‘The best five consecutive holes of golf anywhere in the world’ are only 80 miles away. The other 13 holes on Black Diamond Ranch’s Quarry Course are pretty incredible, too.
Key West is all about fun under the sun—and long after it sets.
You and your bridesmaids can go crazy at getaway destinations near or far.
Escape to a spa that’ll take you away from it all—and Orlando.
The South Florida beach town keeps getting better.