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There’s a reason Orlando, Florida, is not only a vacation hotspot for Club Members but also the most-visited tourist destination in America. That reason is, there’s tons to do, from theme parks and shopping malls to nearby beaches and even a space center.
And, beginning this month, Club Members have even more resorts to choose from, such as Las Palmeras, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club, which is now open for Club reservations.
As you start planning your 2017 getaways, consider all there is to see and do, indoors and out, in and near Orlando.
You won’t struggle to find a theme park in Orlando. In fact, the city is nicknamed “The Theme Park Capital of the World.” Jump on the Hogwarts Express at Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park, go for a romantic stroll around the world at Walt Disney World’s Epcot, and do so much more.
Get out of this world, learn about the race to the moon and more at Kennedy Space Center in Titusville. Begin your journey with a close-up look at the space shuttle Atlantis, experience what takeoff feels like in a shuttle simulator and learn about NASA’s future plans.
Though it has no true beach of its own, Orlando isn’t far from the many sands of the Sunshine State. For a day of surfing, shelling or simply relaxing, drive to Cocoa Beach or Daytona Beach, known for its annual NASCAR race and hard-packed sand.
Spend an afternoon shopping at the contemporary 1.2-million-square-foot Mall at Millenia. With more than 150 stores, enjoy window shopping or picking up items for your next vacation. Additionally, Club Members can use Bonus Points to acquire gift cards for the mall.
Learn more about what to see and do in Orlando.
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