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Florida Boutique Hotels: From Ultimate Luxury to Value Stays

 

The Sunshine State has its fair share of accommodation, but a stay with one of Florida’s top independent hotels will change the dynamic of your trip for the better. This selection spans a range of budgets and locations, from luxurious Disney digs to budget city apartments ideal for groups.

 

1. Buena Vista Palace

 

If you thought independent hotels were all about small properties and humble facilities, Buena Vista Palace is here to set the story straight. Located in the heart of Disney World, this resort has swimming pools, tennis courts, a gym, golf courses, a mini-market, a spa, and seven restaurants.

With free shuttles from the hotel to Disney World itself, this is one of the best places to stay if you want to experience all the fun on offer. Everything you could possibly need to explore the area is at your fingertips here, with the added bonus of comfort and luxury.

 

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2. Jambo House

 

For something a little more fantastical, consider a stay at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House. The safari-inspired accommodation transports you onto the plains of Africa with its vast savannahs that sprawl across the surrounding landscape.

With countless activities such as swimming pools, play areas, movie nights under the stars, and game arcades, this is an ideal hotel for families on holiday in Florida. The fine dining options, gym, and spa leave plenty for the grown-ups too.

 

3. Portofino Island Resort

 

Decadence comes as standard at any one of the condos at Portofino Island Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals. Private balconies with views over the ocean, infinity pools and hot tubs, a fully-equipped gym, and a free round of golf per day are all part of the package at this beautiful beach-side resort.

The hotel is conveniently located to explore the local area. Those keen on watersports will be happy with the boating, jet-skiing, parasailing, paddleboarding and more you can try here, and an abundance of restaurants and shops are on your doorstep if you want to take it a little easier.

 

4. Red Roof Inn

 

If you’re taking a trip to Tallahassee and budget is your concern, the Red Roof Inn Tallahassee is one of the best options on offer. With big beds, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and air conditioning, it’s got all the benefits of a decent hotel, but at a two-star price of around $50-60 per night.

Even though it’s cheap in comparison to many other hotels in the area, Red Roof Inn don’t skimp on service. The staff are friendly and welcoming, and the rooms are cleaned to a high standard.

 

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5. Crossland Economy Studios

 

These no-frills apartments are ideal for groups of travelers looking for affordable Fort Lauderdale hotels. Each rental at Crossland Economy Studio – Fort Lauderdale – Commercial Blvd comes with convenient amenities like a fridge, stove, kitchen utensils, coffee makers, and complimentary Wi-Fi, and the building’s free parking is a big bonus.

One of the best things about this property is the location: the hotel is in a commercial area, with malls and restaurants close by and the beach just a 20-minute drive away. Even though it’s not the lap of luxury, this is one of the best value accommodation options in the city.

 



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