New reasons to meet in Orlando


Connected to the south side of the Orange County Convention Center via covered walkway, Hilton Orlando has a reimagined main entrance with a transformed lobby.
Connected to the south side of the Orange County Convention Center via covered walkway, Hilton Orlando has a reimagined main entrance with a transformed lobby.

Meeting professionals eager for a return to normalcy in 2021 and beyond are setting their sights on Orlando. Not only are they consistently ranked by Cvent as the country’s No. 1 meeting destination, but also they have positioned themselves as a national leader when it comes to healthy meetings and business travel.

This year, there are some fresh reasons to meet in this vibrant, welcoming city. For example, Orlando’s newest luxury meeting property is JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa, which is close to Walt Disney World Resort and joins JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes near the Orange County Convention Center. It offers more than 50,000 square feet of event space, including a 22,000-square-foot ballroom and other options for large to mid-sized gatherings.

The JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa features a rooftop bar and open-air terrace that offers exceptional views of Walt Disney World’s nightly fireworks (when available), making it ideal for VIP group experiences. It also has 516 guestrooms and 81 suites, including two presidential suites.

Focusing on smaller meeting groups, Tru by Hilton Orlando Convention Center offers convention blocks of up to 200 rooms on peak nights, plus an extra 59 guestrooms. It also has 2,200 square feet of meeting space, a 24-hour fitness center, and complimentary breakfast, parking and Wi-Fi for all guests.

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