Orlando Hotel Welcomes First Guests
- Mar 25, 2019
Sunbelt – 2OF LLC has opened Home2 Suites by Hilton Orlando Airport, a five-story, 128-suite hotel in Orlando, Fla., which is managed by LBA Hospitality.
Located at 5445 Hazeltine National Drive, the Home2 Suites by Hilton Orlando Airport is close to the city’s attractions corridor and offers convenient access to Orlando International Airport and numerous corporations calling the area home.
“With 47 million passengers coming through Orlando International Airport and a major expansion in the works, it’s a great time to open a hotel in this ever-expanding market,” Farrah Adams, LBA Hospitality’s COO told Commercial Property Executive. “Plus, new expansions to Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World Resort will bring additional business and leisure travelers to the area. The property will appeal to those traveling on business as it is within easy access to the Orlando Convention Center and major corporations in area.”
LBA Hospitality is no stranger to the Orlando area as the company opened two new properties—TownePlace Suites by Marriott and Holiday Inn Express and Suites—in the past year.
“This is the seventh Home2 Suites property managed by LBA Hospitality which has been involved with the brand from the very beginning,” Adams said. “It is the perfect fit to our portfolio of properties across the Southeast.”
The new hotel boasts a living area that includes a full-size sleeper sofa, a 49-inch Smart TV with Bluetooth capabilities, and a full kitchen. Amenities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center and self-service laundry. Guests at the pet-friendly hotel can also take advantage of valet laundry, complimentary breakfast and self-parking.
Aside from being less than 10 minutes from Walt Disney World, Sea World and other major attractions, the hotel is also within walking distance to local parks with running paths and plenty of dining, shopping and entertainment possibilities. It’s also not far from Lake Nona Medical Complex.
“It provides easy access to State Road 528, which leads to the Orlando attractions corridor to the West and beaches and Space Coast to the East,” Adams added.