Massive Resort Complex With 10,000 Rooms, a Beach, and a Lagoon Opens in Orlando

by Anthony Losanno
Evermore Orlando

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A massive, 1,100-acre resort complex has opened in Orlando, Florida. The Evermore Orlando Resort features an eight-acre man-made lagoon surrounded by beaches and 10,000 rooms spread across hotels, villas, and rental homes.

Orlando is home to Universal Studios and Walt Disney World®. It drives a monumental amount of family travel each year and those visitors need accommodations. Evermore opened last month with 2,013 bedrooms spread across 69 houses ranging in size from five to eleven bedrooms, 206 four-bedroom flats, and 41 two- and four-bedroom villas. The resort complex also features the Conrad Orlando. The hotel offers 433 guest rooms, including 51 suites, 10 family suites, and the Conrad Spa with an outdoor water garden. Additional development is underway and construction will get the complex to its total of 10,000 rooms.

Conrad Orlando

The resort features everything families will want when away from the theme parks, including a 20-acre tropical beach complex, eight-acres of crystalline water by Crystal Lagoons®, 15 restaurants, bars, and takeaway food markets, two 18-hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses, a Peloton studio, in-home fitness, daily fitness classes, over 150,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor event space, and Siemens VersiCharge Ultra DC fast Electric Vehicle charging stations.

Anthony’s Take: The resort looks beautiful. If you’re looking to take the kids to the Orlando theme parks, this seems like a great, new option.

(Image Credits: Evermore Orlando Resort and Hilton.)

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