Planning your next trip to Orlando with the fam? Hilton Grand Vacations Club members should look no further than Hilton Grand Vacations at Seaworld. Perfectly located right next to the dolphins, whales and flamingos, the kids will never want to leave. The resort itself offers some of the most comfortable accommodations, dining options and activities that will keep you busy all vacation long.

Everything You Need to Know About HGVC Seaworld

Hilton Grand Vacations at Seaworld

Hilton Grand Vacations at Seaworld in Orlando, Florida should be your next home away from home. Taking a trip to the theme park capital of the world can be stressful, especially with the entire family in tow. HGVC Seaworld resort can help ease the worry! Conveniently located next to one of the world’s most exciting attractions, Seaworld, you’ll have plenty to do every day on and off the property.

HGVC Seaworld

Tasteful and comfortable furnishings in every size suite will welcome you after a long day out in the Florida sun. There are four different suite-styles HGVC Seaworld. For just a couples getaway, the Deluxe Studio sleeps up to two people and includes all the same amenities. A kitchenette for convenience, TVs and private balcony/porch is all included!

Large travel parties or families can enjoy one, two and three-bedroom suites, which each feature a fully-equipped kitchen, balcony/patio, washer and dryer as well as luxurious whirlpool jet tubs in the master bathrooms. One-bedroom suites sleep up to four people, two-bedrooms can accommodate up to six, and finally the three-bedroom suites sleep up to eight people.

On the resort is plenty of bites to eat, entertainment and activities for those lazy vacation days when you don’t make it out to the parks. When it’s rainy, check out the owners’ lounge, complete with a movie theater open to guests. There are also pool tables and other tabletop games.

Outdoors, hang out at one of the three heated swimming pools! You’ll surely find that perfect spot with the different options. Two different children’s pools can also be enjoyed by your little ones. Looking for some quiet relaxation time? Check out one of the five whirlpool spas. For even more playtime outdoors, there is a covered playground and shuffleboard court.

Hilton Grand Vacations Seaworld Restaurants

When you’re not feeling up to going out to eat, there are some options for Hilton Grand Vacations Seaworld restaurants. The Coral Reef Bar & Grille has a menu full of favorites, like juicy burgers, sandwiches and fresh salads. Breakfast is also served poolside every day. Adults only: enjoy a nice beverage while you lay out in the sun for the ultimate relaxation.

For a quick bite to eat before heading out to the parks or when you need a snack, the Provisions Market & Fresh Deli is also on-site. Boars Head sandwiches make a great beach trip lunch if you head out to Cocoa, and there are even other snacks and groceries. Grab a pizza or calzone, breakfast sandwich or adult beverages. If you forgot some toiletries or need to re-fill, this is going to be your convenient pit stop! Coffee lovers can also rejoice because Starbucks coffee and Frappuccino’s are served here as well.

Hilton Grand Vacations Seaworld restaurants

One of the best parts of HGVC’s Seaworld resort is its prime location on International Drive. Restaurants abound in this area, with some very close by to the property. Check out Bonefish Grill for fresh seafood and delectable dishes. For something more casual, Mellow Mushroom is right down the street with specialty-made pizza pies, salads and calzones served in a funky atmosphere. Satisfy your cravings even further at Thai Thani Thai restaurant, serving favorite Asian dishes like spring rolls, rangoons, pot stickers and of course, hearty pad thai dishes.

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