Sleep Inn & Suites Orlando International Airport
1700 McCoy Road
Orlando, FL 32809
Phone: (407) 855-4447
Fax: (407) 856-9350
Jesse Black Saloon with an old-time country flavor has the feel of the wild west, while maintaining the modernity of the place. Enjoy a range of music styles from country western to hip hop and a whole lot more. The crowd here includes hippies and bikers and everyone in between. Get on a high and ride the mechanical bull for the ride of your life. Opens from Monday to Sunday at 7p.
Pulse is a lively club on South Orange Avenue, known for its party atmosphere and ever-grooving dance floor. This gay and lesbian club features three different rooms, titled the Lounge, Candy Bar and the Adonis Room, with nightly specials, including Orlando's most popular gay college night, in effect throughout the week.
This large, brightly lit Puerto Rican eatery features delicacies flavored with garlic, cilantro and popular island spices. Pechuga al Ajillo, a boneless grilled chicken breast, is served with fried green plantains, a culinary mainstay of Caribbean islands with Spanish heritage. Tripleta de Mariscos features a mélange of seafood, including conch, octopus and shrimp. At dessert, a 'three-milk cake' is the must-have treat. After the kitchen closes on Thursday through Saturday, you can shake that booty to the sounds of live salsa music as the restaurant becomes a nightclub.
Cowboys Orlando is not your typical nightclub scene. Devoid of the thumping beats found elsewhere on the dance floor, Cowboys takes things to the deep South with line dancing nights throughout the week. These nights kick off with a lesson, so even if you assume your two left feet will keep you from diving in, the instructors will lead you to think otherwise. Soon enough, you're the belle of the ball.
Shake your body and flaunt your moves at this really cool and famous nightclub Revolution, which attracts the most happening crowd of Orlando. With the DJ's spinning some awesome music, this place is mostly over-crowded on weekends. Spread over an area of 14,000 square feet, this club also features a spacious outdoor patio, where you can chill out with friends and family. The Majestic Theater and Lounge located at this nightclub hosts some of the best live music concerts, plays and theater performances.
Voted 'Best Place to Sip Martinis' by the Orlando Business Journal and 'Best Hotel Bar 2002' by Orlando Weekly, Bosendorfer Lounge, located in the Westin Grand Bohemian Hotel, is one of the city's trendiests spots. Its original works of art, more than anything else, make it worth a visit. It also houses a Grand Bösendorfer piano - one of only two in the world. Check out the nightly specials - classics on Tuesdays, blues on Thursdays and contemporary Jazz on Friday and Saturdays. And once you've had your share of art and music, feast on hand-crafted appetizers and specialty cocktails.
Touch at Downtown Orlando offers clubbers a new way to experience a nightclub. Step inside to a fully interactive lounge that features the newest and best technology as never seen before. Touch screens are spread throughout and used by the customers in a variety of interesting ways. Guests can use the screens to order another round of drinks from the bar for everyone at the table, or send messages to people located on the other side of the club. Touch at Downtown Orlando hosts a number of special events throughout the year and features a VIP club. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
This bar is one of the trendiest hangouts in Orlando. The interiors, done in reddish hues and contemporary lighting, give a modern yet comfortable appeal. Fruity quaffs, cocktails like martini and sangria and a chic lounge area make Dragon Room Orlando a hotspot for singles and others who want to mingle. Nightly specials are a norm. Party with the DJs or reserve a VIP booth for yourself.
Chillers is a nice place to hangout with friends sipping some beer or cocktails. And once you're done with the drinks, head to Latitudes, the bar's own club. Groove to some rock or pop. Sometimes live bands perform here too.
Nestled on a rooftop, Latitudes is a favorite hangout of the locals. The outdoor ambience is completely dependent on the weather conditions, although the spectacular views of the SunTrust tower and Church Street below make the visit worthwhile. The décor is done up in wood, with tiki torches lighting up corners. The age limit is 21 and above and the dress code casual, attracting both college goers and the business crowd alike. The music is average, though. A full liquor service and a selection of imported and domestic beers are on offer.
The Vixen bar is located in the heart of Orlando on Orange Avenue. Both classy and casual, this is the place to see and be seen in downtown. Here you will find amazing, weekly guest DJs that supply the perfect melodies. Shades of deep red accentuate the seductive and edgy ambience. The sensual Vixen girls are a sight to behold, and they have a lot more for entertainment in the form of events and a VIP Club. The Vixen is a 21-and-older that honors a dress code and doorman to enforce it. Any one who is looking for a fashionable place to enjoy a drink downtown will not be disappointed here. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Bliss Nightclub is an extraordinarily fashionable venue, the kind of place to go for drinks and dancing in downtown Orlando. With an exclusive VIP club and additional amenities, the lounge is the place to see and be seen. The two-storey club is a flawlessly designed ultra lounge with an interior that offers clear views from every location in the crowd. Expect to be entertained by DJs, live music and special events.