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2020 About Orlando, FL

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Orlando, FL

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When you visit Orlando, Florida, you will find yourself in the most visited family destination. Orlando’s history dates back to 1838 and the height of the Seminole Wars. The U.S. Army built Fort Gatlin south of the present day Orlando City limits to protect settlers from attacks by Indians.

From the cobblestones of Beacon Hill to the iconic grounds of Harvard University and the many landmarks, Boston is a treasure.  You can choose to visit some of the amusement parks, shop in the malls and boutiques or attend some of the many events. There is truly something for everyone in this area.

Learn more about the wonderful Orlando area and all it has to offer from Visit Orlando - or check out any of these for things to do in the area:


Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress

HyattRegencyGrandCypressMake the APSNA 2020 headquarters hotel the spot to discover the culture and beauty of Orlando, FL. Enjoy the views of the 1,500 acre resort. Settle into your sophisticated guest room or suite, or take advantage of our remarkable selection of extraordinary amenities. The hotel showcases a 24 hour fitness center, year round indoor/outdoor pool, restaurants and lounges. In addition, the hotel provides easy access to the Disney and Universal Parks and so much more.

For more information visit our Housing and Travel Page


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Whether you have a passion for shopping, athletic enjoyment and outdoor fun or you’re looking to simply relax and unwind, there’s plenty to do in Orlando while you are here: unparalleled shopping, restaurants, attractions and of course endless outdoor activities where you can enjoy the beauty and liveliness of the area:


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Each of the city's neighborhoods has a remarkably different style and tone. From Winter Park's cobblestone streets and posh boutiques to College Park deriving its name from the streets named after colleges such as Princeton, Harvard and Yale to Celebration modeled after American towns from the early 1900’s.

Learn more about Orlando and its offerings at Visit Orlando.


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From fine dining to nightlife, it’s easy to enjoy an evening out in Orlando – and it all starts with a great meal. With expansive dining and nightlife districts, Orlando restaurants give you plenty of places to enjoy crave-worthy dishes of all kinds – as well as dozens of relaxing places perfect for a leisurely evening spent dining.

Looking for something to do after dinner? Nightlife in Orlando thrives with its many locations with live music, clubs, lounges, comedy and other options.  Check out our Nightlife Guide for details on restaurants that are open late, or nightspots where you can enjoy some music. Finding something to do is easy – the hard part is choosing what to do next.