Florida Hotel Guides
For Florida visitors, planning their trip can be
a bit trickier than one might think. Why? Simply because the Sunshine State
has numerous tourist attractions to offer adults and kids. From fishing to
shopping, from relaxing days at the beach to thrilling rollercoaster rides,
tourists always find things to do and reasons to come back. Along with the
abundant towns to discover and experiences to be had, superior lodging can be
found all over the state, no matter if you're traveling to Sarasota,
Daytona o Miami.
Floridaaccommodations range from cozy bed and breakfasts to motels,
vacation rentals and luxury five-star hotels. Lodging for all budgets and
tastes is available tucked away in the hills, near the everglades or just
alongside the 787 miles of Florida
beaches. This state is a unique and dichotomous destination, because of its
rich cultural heritage and its fun activities for people of all ages. Those
looking for a more cultural and educational experience can travel through what
is called the "Original Florida" region, which starts in Tallahassee
and includes other cities and towns such as Madison,
and Cedar Key.
Independent inns and motels or extended-stay lodging from name-brand hotel
chains are available throughout the region, for all budgets.
The state also offers lots of
wonderful eco-tourism experiences. Birdwatchers might consider this state a
paradise, since it provides year-round birdwatching opportunities. Sanibel
is an ideal place to start a nature-oriented trip, which should also include a
visit to the Everglades Natural Park,
and of course, the Florida Keys. At these particular
places and many others along the state, canoeing, rafting, camping and other
ecological and fun adventures.
Looking for another kind of
birdie, golfers also come to Florida.
Gorgeous, modern hotels are built around very green golf courses. Tee-time
lovers always have plenty of choices, whether they're in Naples,
the city of Tampa
or St. Augustine.
Leisure travelers know for sure they'll find some of the best beaches of the
country in Florida.
Whether the lodging in mind is a trendy-five-star hotel in the heart of Miami
or a resort with full spa services on Palm, Florida has it all.
Theme-park aficionados pack Orlando's
parks and accommodations host thousands of visitors from around the world. If
relaxation is the key word, Florida
is the ultimate place to visit. The state offers quiet beaches on both Pacific
and Atlantic coasts, and hotels have clear-water pools of all sizes and shapes.
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