Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – Disney Springs Area
Orlando in December – what could be better? Being close to all Disney has to offer and right across the street from Disney Springs – an outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment complex at the Walt Disney Resort. CCCA’s 2019 National Conference will be held at the Hilton Lake Buena Vista Resort Village and Spa, and with the size of our event, we will essentially have the complete hotel to ourselves.
Hotel Fact Sheet
Christian Camp and Conference Association’s 2019 National Conference will be held at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – Disney Springs Area. Experience an award-winning, relaxing retreat within walking distance to Disney Springs: a themed retail, dining and entertainment center inspired by Florida’s charming waterfront towns, historic architecture and natural beauty. The sprawling promenade features four distinct neighborhoods―The Landing, Marketplace, West Side and Town Center—built around bubbling springs.
Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – Disney Springs Area
1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Tuesday, Dec. 3 – Friday, Dec. 6, 2019
If you wish to come early or stay late, be aware that this special negotiated rate is also available for the nights of Nov. 30 – Dec. 9, 2019 based on availability. In order to prevent a cancellation or change fee, your arrival and/or departure dates must be confirmed no later than five days prior to your arrival date. Room rates are subject to applicable taxes.
While on-site please partake in these complimentary highlights and amenities:
- Steps from Disney Springs via Skybridge
- Two resort pools with kids’ splash pad
- Shuttle to all Walt Disney World Theme Parks
- Disney Extra Magic Hours benefit and FastPass+ (60-day booking window)
- Priority access to Disney golf and dining options
- Disney store on-site
- 24-hour Pavilion Pantry Market
- Car rental desk
- Coin laundry
- Golf tee times
- Luggage hold
- On-site convenience store
- Fitness center
*Resort fee has been waived. CCCA guests will receive 50 percent off self-parking ($9 per day max), and valet parking is $24 daily.
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Information is for promotional purposes and is subject to change.
Orlando is the perfect destination, home to an incredible diversity of unique experiences. If thrill-seeking is your style, check out the local theme parks listed below. Take advantage of Florida’s outdoor recreation, art and ecotourism. Explore it all—there’s no wrong way to experience Orlando!
Disney World Parks—At Walt Disney World, you’ll find four distinct theme parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot , Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom®. And that’s in addition to Disney’s Blizzard Beach® and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon® water parks!
Universal Theme Parks—Ride the movies, live the adventure, experience epic thrills and more at Universal Parks. Get ready for endless awesome with two amazing parks: Universal Studios and Universal Islands of Adventure.
Orlando Airboat Tours—A classic Florida experience, airboat rides offer dazzling views and an up-close look at native wildlife as you glide across tranquil wetlands at up to 50 mph. Try Spirit of the Swamp Airboat Rides for small and private tours, Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures for a VIP swamp excursion, and Wild Florida for airboat rides and an amazing wildlife park that’s included in the ticket price.
Orlando’s Great Outdoors—In Apopka, about 30 minutes from downtown Orlando, Wekiwa Springs State Park (pronounced “Wekiva”) offers just about everything nature-lovers could want, from trails and canoe rentals to untouched wild vistas. Fans of a good bike ride will love the West Orange Trail, featuring 20.8 paved miles with restroom facilities. Didn’t bring a bicycle with you? No problem. You can rent one from West Orange Trail Bikes & Blades Co., who will even deliver to your hotel for a nominal fee. Similarly, at The Nature Conservancy’s Disney Wilderness Preserve, you can walk through 12,000 acres of protected natural habitat to see conservation in action. Horseback riding and horsemanship training are available for all skill levels at various locations.
FLYING TO ORLANDO
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
1 Jeff Fuqa Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32827
*From Orlando International, it is approximately 15 miles and a 25-minute drive.
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard
Sanford, FL 32773
*From SFB it is approximately 44 miles and a one-hour drive.
MCO – Rental car companies are located on the A-Side and B-Side of the Terminal on the Ground Transportation Level (level 1)
SFB – On-site car rentals are available. Please see www.orlandosandordariport.com/rental.asp for details.
MCO—Mears transportation offers one-way shuttles at $23 per person and requires no advanced reservation. Mears is located on the A-Side and B-Side of the Terminal on the Ground Transportation Level (level 1).
SFB – On-site car rentals are available. Please see http://www.orlandosanfordairport.com/rental.asp for details.
Taxi / Ride Shares:
MCO – Taxi approx. $45-55 one-way Uber/Lift approx. $25-51 one-way. Located at Arrivals (Level 2)
SFB – Taxi approx. $100-$130 one-way. Uber/Lift approx. $46-89 one-way. Located outside Terminal B door.
24-Hour Mainstreet Market – Offering a variety of grab-and-go options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From fruit and pastries to salads, sandwiches and pizza.
Andiamo Italian Bistro – The hotel’s signature restaurant offers house specialties such as hot and cold antipasti, homemade ravioli, steak, fish and children’s menus.
Benihana Steakhouse and Sushi- Chicken, steak and sashimi prepared by chefs in front of patrons.
Covington Mill – A la carte menu and breakfast buffet. Lunch offers soups, salads and sandwiches.
John Ts – Lounge-style sports grill that serves appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrees. Open until midnight.
Rum Largo Poolside Bar and Café – Key West-style outdoor dining serves salads, starts, sandwiches and children’s menu.
4 Rivers Cantina (Latin/Mexican)
AMC Disney Springs 24 Dine-In Theater (American/Seafood)
Amorette’s Patisserie (Bakery)
B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. (American)
The Boathouse (American/ Seafood/Steakhouse)
The Basket at Wine Bar George
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza (American)
Bongos Cuban Café (Cuban)
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ (American)
Chicken Guy! (American)
Cookes of Dublin (American/Irish)
D-Luxe Burger (American)
The Daily Poutine (American)
Disney Food Trucks (American)
Earl of Sandwich (American)
The Edison (American)
Enzo’s Hideaway (Italian)
Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC (Bakery)
Frontera Cocina (Mexican)
House of Blues Restaurant and Bar (American)
Maria and Enzo’s Ristorante (Italian)
Morimoto Asia (Asian/Japanese/Seafood/Sushi)
Paradiso 37 (American/Latin/Steakhouse)
Pizza Ponte (Italian)
Planet Hollywood (American)
The Polite Pig (American)
Raglan Road Irish Pub (Irish)
Rainforest Café (American)
STK Orlando (American/Seafood/Steak)
Splitsville Dining Room (American)
Terralina Crafted Italian (Italian)
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