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Orlando, Florida | Private Jet Charter

The city is probably best known for its plethora of theme parks but Orlando also offers visitors many other attractions, including renowned restaurants and luxury retail in downtown Orlando, high end resort and boutique hotels, and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, just a 50-minute drive east of Orlando. Orlando has also been voted America’s most popular meetings and travel incentives destination.

Orlando sightseeing

Whether you’re travelling with family, a loved one or on a business trip, where better to indulge your inner child than at one of Orlando’s legendary theme parks? Choose from Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Epcot, Legoland and the Magic Kingdom. Or maybe Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Studios Florida. Adventures of an aerial kind will appeal to wannabe skydivers at IFLY Orlando Indoor Skydiving and you’ll enjoy fabulous views from the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye big wheel on International Drive. Orlando’s Museum of Art, Orlando Ballet and the Winter Park Playhouse are highly recommended. Animal lovers will enjoy a guided safari at Giraffe Ranch, a working game and wildlife preserve just 63 miles southwest of Orlando.

Orlando wining and dining

Many of Orlando’s best restaurants are located in the theme parks: Jiko – The Cooking Place with its African cuisine and safari-inspired décor is inside Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Likewise, chef Scott Hunnel’s acclaimed new American menu at Victoria & Albert’s is located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Sushi fans will enjoy Kabooki Sushi in Orlando’s Colonial town center, while chophouse aficionados will head for Christner’s Prime Steak & Lobster in Winter Park, as well as Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. Italian upscale dining is on the menu at Enzo’s on the Lake, and Norman’s Restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes offers diners haute New-World cuisine from visionary chef Norman van Aken.

Orlando shopping

From designer outlets to luxury malls, Orlando is retail heaven. Orlando Vineland Premium Outlet and Lake Buena Vista are just two destinations that will keep the whole family happy with their range of brands. International Drive is a shopping Mecca with O’Neill Clothing, Polo Ralph Lauren factory store and Coach. For luxury labels head to the Mall at Millenia located south of downtown Orlando. Upscale retail therapy here includes Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada and Jimmy Choo. You’ll also be able to flex your plastic at Bloomingdales and Macys located on the top floor. Orlando may not have the extensive boutique scene of other major US cities but it does have enclaves like Winter Park with its sidewalk café culture and independent shops such as Tuni, Sultre, Vilet Clover and Zou Zou.

Orlando Florida luxury hotels and spas

Much of Orlando’s hotel scene is based in the theme parks. The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is a luxury haven, while the Lowes Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Florida takes its design inspiration from its Italian Riviera namesake. Downtown Orlando’s Grand Bohemian is a theatrically stylish retreat superbly located near shops and restaurants. The Alfond Inn, situated in the exclusive northern suburb of Winter Park is an award-winning boutique hotel, popular with couples and well-heeled families that provides a welcome respite from the theme park madness.

Let Chapman Freeborn organise your trip to Orlando by private jet charter – safely and securely. Orlando International Airport is conveniently situated 17km (11 miles) from the centre of Orlando. Alternatively, Orlando Executive Airport is just 5km (3 miles) from the business and financial centre of Orlando. Both airports offer a 24-hour service to passengers.

If you would like to book a private jet charter to or from Orlando International Airport, Orlando Executive Airport, or any other airport in Florida, contact our expert team today for your private jet charter quote.