Pointe Orlando is Orlando’s little secret fun and entertainment spot and is a perfect place to take Dad on Father’s Day. Treat Dad to all the things he wants such as enjoying a live band, playing soldier at the new indoor combat sports facility, laughing at the next hot local comedian, watching the new movie he’s been dying to see, or even enjoying the art of fine shopping. The new Main Event Entertainment spot is a great place to enjoy quality time with Dad. Challenge Dad to a game of bowling. Then let him devour delicious food or enjoy a drink at the full-service bar. Pointe Orlando truly offers everything Dads could want. Best part? It’s all in one place.
Most visitors to Orlando spend long days at the theme parks or traveling to coastal destinations. Regardless where you visit, buying meals and snacks on the road can take a bite out of vacation funds. Meal plans at the theme parks help cut costs, but if you are traveling with a family, the cost can still be a bit too much.
In an effort to help get the creative juices flowing, here are a few tips to help cut dining costs:
Eat breakfast. We’re not talking just a bagel and coffee, no. We’re talking a full meal—load up on carbs. Our breakfast buffet with a healthy variety of food will satisfy you for a long time. You should easily make it until noon before you’re hungry again.
Pack your own lunch. There are plenty of stores within walking distance where guests can pick up items to pack sandwiches or other lunch items. Theme parks won’t allow coolers, but you can certainly pack your meals and stow them in your backpacks. Our own Lite Bite Mini-Market offers cold sandwiches perfect for lunch.
Know your thirst. Our bodies usually can’t tell the difference between dehydration and hunger. It is very easy to mistake the two, so be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day. It’s great that water fountains are everywhere! Another tip for quenching thirst is to purchase a souvenir cup. Some parks offer discounts on refills for those reusing a souvenir cup. Depending on how many refills you get, each drink could end up costing around $1—big savings!
Budget for snacks. It’s great to pack a snack, but honestly you’re going to want to buy something while you’re out. Consider limiting yourself to maybe one treat per person, per day, at the theme parks. Snacks can cost anywhere from $2 to $9 depending on what you select and where you are. Limiting your intake to one snack will both satisfy your craving and keep money in your pocket.
Be sure to check theme park websites for more dining information before your visit because one vacation expense you can’t always escape is food. At least you can plan appropriately and save some money.
I have nothing but good things to say about this hotel. The room is spotless and the housekeeping staff are fantastic. There are so many amenities, lite bite, zebras lounge, three swimming pools and there is so many things to do in the surrounding areas.
The greatest asset that the hotel has is its accommodating and very friendly staff.
I will be here for another couple of weeks and would like to thank the guest relations for fulfilling my request for a particular room and I would like to thank Mr. Narin Singh (manager) for his help with my husband’s medical needs.
Any time I travel to Orlando I always try and book this hotel. Have done for nearly 20 years now. Very helpful and welcoming staff. Rooms are quite spacious and kept to a very clean standard. Rooms have 2 beds in them. Slightly bigger than a single bed but not quite a double so if you’re sleeping with your partner be prepared to be quite snug. Hotel is right across from Pointe Orlando which offers plenty of dining/drinking options (I recommend the fish and chips in The Pub). The shop in the hotel is handy but a bit expensive. There is a Walgreens across the road which is very handy. Hotel offers buses to theme parks and the I-Ride Trolley service is right outside the hotel which will bring you all the way along International Drive – very handy for the outlet malls at either end.