Fun Hotels in Florida

7 Fun Hotels in Florida

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I love Florida! Why? Well, I just do. Florida has so much to offer… I could go on and on. So yes, it should come as no surprise that I want to tell my friends about Fun hotels in Florida. 

Florida hotels, resorts, or villas are a great way to make your vacation experience complete. There are luxuries, fancy accommodation, conference rooms, and amazing staff in these hotels.

They also have restaurants, swimming pools, saunas, and gyms that you can enjoy during your stay with them.

You can find fun hotels in Florida in amazing parts of the state, near museums, beaches, and theme parks where kids will love them so much!

1. Great Escape Lakeside

You’re looking for a fun hotel in Florida, right?

In a nutshell, Great Escape Lakeside is FUN!

To say Great Escape is one of the most interesting places to stay in Clermont, Florida, with games in every room, is an understatement!

If you have a family or are a kid at heart, you will have a blast at Great Escape Lakeside!

It’s right close to a lake and has dozens of human-sized outdoor AND indoor games, as well as a game show.

There are 13 rooms with a total capacity of 46 people!

Curious about what’s inside?

Each room, on the other hand, has a different game theme, such as PacMan, monopoly, scrabble, clue, vegas, laser tag, and others.

Among the various activities available are Human Foosball, fishing and canoeing, sleeping in a 360-degree Pac-man maze, arcade games, slot machines, and watching movies in the Jumanji-themed theater.

How about swimming in a 40,000-gallon ‘Go Fish’ pool, spa, lazy river, multi-story waterslide, and much more?!

Great Escape Lakeside

2. Amelia Schoolhouse Inn

Amelia Schoolhouse Inn, built in the late 1800s, was initially used as a learning facility on Amelia Island.

During the twentieth century, this location was changed from a school to a multi-use property, where it remained for many decades.

In 2018, the property was completely renovated into a boutique hotel with 17 guest rooms, an outdoor pool, a courtyard, and an upscale bar.

This inn, which retains some of the original school characteristics while adding modern elements, is ideal for individuals who enjoy old and historic buildings!

Amelia Schoolhouse Inn is also close to a number of local attractions.

You can rent a bike from the friendly staff and explore the neighborhood shops, restaurants, bookstores, and even the beach.

3. Sanford’s Houseboat

This 60-foot, two-story houseboat in Sanford, Florida, is not your typical vacation home!

Sanford’s Houseboat is one of the most ideal and unique places to stay in Florida, with smart TVs, a strong Wi-Fi connection, enormous comfortable beds, and enough kitchen appliances to satisfy your demands.

The houseboat is safely and permanently anchored in one of the marinas on Lake Monroe, so guests do not need to worry about it being unstable.

It has more space and amenities than a standard room and is just feet from the water!

Sanford Houseboat is conveniently positioned among eateries and popular tourist attractions.

Many local businesses, art galleries, and wine bars are already within walking distance!

4. Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort

Universal’s Cabana Bay Resort is a vibrantly designed Florida hotel located adjacent to Universal Orlando.

It makes the list of the most unusual places to stay in Florida due to its charming retro theme, which reminds me of the Jetsons.

There are block colors everywhere and loads of exciting things to do.

Most of the colorful suites have views of the theme park and water park; everything at Universal is within walking distance!

It’s not quite on the beach as its name suggests… If you count the waterpark next door, it’s only a few steps away.

The entire family may rest comfortably in family suites that sleep up to six people and include a kitchenette, or they can unwind in one of the hotel’s basic rooms that sleep up to four people.

Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort

The hotel is a short walk from both Universal Orlando theme parks and the Universal CityWalk food and entertainment area, or you may use the complimentary shuttle buses that run between the two.

It’s cheap family fun from another era. If you enjoy offbeat hotels and theme parks, this could be your next Florida vacation.

5. The Driftwood Resort

This seaside resort was founded in 1935 by famous figure Waldo E. Sexton and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

If you are a history fan, look no further for The Driftwood Resort will transport you to Old Florida just by looking at it.

It not only has a rustic vibe like the rest of the region, but it also gives maximum comfort and convenience to guests by having two outside, air conditioning, television, and kitchen amenities directly on the sand.

The nicest thing is that this hotel is close to numerous restaurants and local shopping places, and it is rarely crowded with tourists.

Make your reservation today and enjoy the view of the Atlantic Ocean from your patio.

Rocking rockers in front of each unit to gaze out at the ocean while sipping a beverage from the on-site restaurant, Waldo’s, the last of the Great American Hangouts!

With 9 structures on the property, there is something for everyone.

There are more than a dozen restaurants and lounges within walking distance, as well as a freshly rebuilt city park just next door with fantastic playground equipment for the kids.

Go have some fun and relax!

6. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

This is for you, live music aficionados!

If you enjoy music and fun-themed hotels, check out the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

This hotel and casino in Hollywood, Florida, has 469 premium rooms and suites.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Photo Credit: Rob Olivera

It’s not like the boutique hotels I generally recommend, but it couldn’t be overlooked as one of the most distinctive locations to stay in Florida.

Hard Rock Hotel is ideal for travelers looking for booming nightlife, with its famed restaurants, live performances, over a hundred table games, guitar pool, and poker room.

There are numerous pools, waterfalls, rock museums, and a large casino. Overall, visitors will never run out of things to do within the hotel grounds, which makes it ideal to stay in.

7. Jules’ Undersea Lodge

Whether you want to be a mermaid, be powerful enough to live underwater, or just have once-in-a-lifetime adventures, Jules’ Undersea Lodge is the place to be. This is the only underwater hotel in the United States, and it is located in Key Largo, Florida.

To visit this spectacular hotel, guests must dive down 21 feet into the lagoon and swim under the lodge.

You won’t be uncomfortable inside because every bedroom is air-conditioned, has a phone that links to the Command Center, and other facilities that will make your stay comfortable.

The view from the 42-inch circular bedroom window is stunning, allowing guests to enjoy the abundance of marine life and artificial reefs.

They can also provide SCUBA training or certificates to complete the experience.

Order the renowned pizza, which will be brought by a scuba diver throughout your stay.

In Conclusion

Imagine yourself on a tropical island, or wandering through a historic city.

Now, add some breathtaking scenery and a top-notch entertainment experience in the sunshine state. The land of vacationers, flamingos, and coconuts.

But most importantly it is the home of some of the most fun hotels in Florida and the world, that you can visit and enjoy.

I don’t know about you but I always make sure there’s a pool when I am looking for hotel accommodations.

So get on your way to Florida Fun!

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