JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek
What it is
A sleek and stylish 516-room tower with a 10,000-square-foot spa, two pools, rooftop Japanese restaurant, al fresco beer garden, plus five other buzzing restaurant options.
What it isn't
Just for grown ups. Kiddos are doted upon, from the on-site teen and kids activities clubs to the kid-oriented lofted bunk bed family suites.
What we think
Floor to ceiling windows, flatscreen TVs, 24-hour room service, and spa-like bathrooms are among the indulgences you can expect in each and every guest room at JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa. The starting room category begins at a sprawling 378 square feet; for even more room to roam, we recommend the 1 Bedroom Executive Suite, which has a fully separate living room within its ginormous 775 square foot floor plan. If you’re bringing the little ones—or just need some magic in your life—be sure to book a room on the Disney side, where you’ll be able to take in a fireworks show each and every night, weather permitting, from your floor to ceiling windows. Did we mention they run regular free shuttles to Disney?
You're here because
The resort has put together some extravagant experiences right on the premises, including an al fresco rock climbing wall and rooftop mini golf.
You’ve spent a little too much time in the Magic Kingdom, to be honest…so this afternoon, you’re living it up like a grown-up at the spa. You felt like Cruella DeVille this morning, but now, after a jet peel hydra-infusion facial, sound therapy massage, and full highlights, you’re more like a Disney Princess. Heaven.
Restaurants & Bars
Sear + Sea - Steakhouse
Unreserved Food Bazaar - European-style marketplace
Unreserved Beer Garden - European beer garden
illume - Japanese cuisine
JW Market - Deli
Palm Cove - American grill
Within the lush resort-stocked pocket of southern Orlando that’s home to everything from Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park to Epcot. Be sure to check out some of Orlando’s hidden gems while you’re here; the 49-acre Harry P Leu Gardens are stunning, and were built circa 1858.