Clarion Inn & Suites At International Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... A car chase through a French town with lots of explosions and special effects)
We went back to the hotel for a swim to cool off in the afternoon and then returned to Hollywood studios for tea. We saw lots of Disney characters dressed up as Star wars characters. We went to a light show called Fantastic in the evening.
Florida Fact: Their meals are massive!
... smooth). Gemma opened hers and said “What’s Nouba?”, I did a subtle head nod to the giant white tent behind her and saw her face light up. Mum said “were not actually going to House of Cards are we?”, “no” I said as we started towards Cirque du Soleil as the doors were already open. “Shouldn’t we wait for Ashley though?” said Dad. My family are beyond special, as you can ...
... 45 ha) theme park and wildlife preserve located along South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida. It was founded by Owen Godwin in 1949, and still privately owned by his family today. Billed as the "Alligator Capital of the World," ...
... and in the back, staging for some good ole traditional Irish Folk music! This place is quite popular! The food is def Irish fair and in the evenings you will see some of the best night life atmosphere around. But wait! there is more! On the other side is another patio bar with a stage and lighting and more music! Trust your friend O'Breland here. When all of the venues have music ...
... myself in. This madness soon subsided though, as I was allowed to pass in to the ‘Land Of The Free’, which roughly translates to the ‘The Land Where You’re Ok If You Have Money But If You Don’t You’re Probably Homeless’. I have to stress though, that those ten silent seconds when the customs officer just stared at me through suspicious slits before saying “Go on in” felt a hell of a lot longer than the flight I had ...