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Grand Orlando Resort at Celebrations Florida

2900 Parkway Boulevard, Kissimmee, Florida 34747

 

 Join us for a fun event filled President's Day weekend

Ladies, we have negotiated the lowest rate for you possible. You may find lower prices on sites like Trivago, Travelocity, Etc.  HOWEVER;  what these sites do not tell you up front, is that there is a $25.00 Resort fee PER DAY and an additional $25.00  PER DAY parking fee that is not advertised in their package. We have been assured by the hotel management that these sites can not assure you the lowest rate.  In fact, if you do not directly book with our room block number you WILL NOT GET OUR DISCOUNT.  

Our official Miss Celebrations USA is per night and includes everything except tax.   We will also be awarding those families who stay at least 3 nights an additional money-saving benefit besides the

$25,000 in Celebration$ Ca$h per night that you stay in our room block.

 

 

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A few words from Sherry, your National:

The Miss Celebrations USA staff has worked tirelessly to get you the best deal possible.   

Keeping our prices reasonable for optionals and parties depends on your family using the room block.   

Remember this isn't just Nationals 

It's a Vacation Party!!!

YOU’RE ON VACATION.

Our Central Florida resort offers all the amenities and services under the sun. Your family can enjoy endless recreational fun with three swimming pools (equipped with a waterfall and slides), two tennis courts, a game room, and a playground.

Business travelers can easily stay connected by utilizing our well-equipped business center. Stay on top of your workout routine with our on-site fitness center. And if you’re planning on visiting The Happiest Place on Earth, we even offer a complimentary shuttle to Walt Disney World®.

RESORT AMENITIES:

  • 24-Hour Front Desk

  • Restaurants

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

  • Complimentary Newspaper in Lobby

  • Limo/Town Car Service

  • Express Check-In & Check-Out

  • Safe Deposit Box at Front Desk

  • Complimentary Shuttle to Walt Disney World®

  • Meeting & Event Space

  • Banquet Facilities

  • Catering

  • Audio-Visual Equipment

  • Business Center

  • Dry Cleaning Service

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Two Tennis Courts

  • Basketball Court

  • Volleyball Court

  • Playground

  • Two Outdoor Pools

  • Outdoor Children’s Pool

  • Two Hot Tubs

  • Poolside Bar

  • Game Room

  • Sports Lounge

  • Fitness Center

  • Gift Shop

  • Room Service

  • Activity Desk

  • ATM

  • ADA Accessible

  • Guest Parking (fee may apply)

  • Wake-Up Calls

ACTION-PACKED FUN.

There’s an endless amount of things to do at or nearby The Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration. Scroll down to discover the possibilities.

Universal Studios Florida™

 

Get a behind-the-scenes look at all of your favorite blockbusters, and enjoy hair-raising thrills from action-packed rides at Universal Studios Florida™.

 

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Magic Kingdom®

 

Enjoy endless enchantment at Magic Kingdom®, where you can meet your favorite Disney characters and explore magical lands.

 

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SeaWorld Orlando®

 

At SeaWorld Orlando®, the aquatic world comes to life. Learn interesting facts and play with the sea’s most majestic creatures.

 

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Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark™

 

Enjoy marine life shows, thrill rides, aquariums, and up-close encounters with dolphins, penguins, and more at Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark™.

 

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Epcot®

 

Finally, there’s a theme park designed for grown-up fun. At Epcot®, you can travel around the globe, under the sea, into outer space, and beyond.

 

 

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Discovery Cove®

 

Discovery Cove® is a unique, reservations-only, all-inclusive park. Guests can enjoy a 30-minute, face-to-face dolphin interaction or snorkel with tropical fish and rays.

 

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Universal's Islands of Adventure™

 

Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ allows guests to explore comic book-themed lands, timeless tales, and watch their favorite blockbuster hits come to life.

 

 

 

 

 

Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets®

 

Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets® is the ideal place you can shop ‘til you drop. Enjoy 25 to 65 percent off designer and name brand apparel.

 

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Celebration Golf Club

 

Golfers of all skill levels can play at one of Orlando’s premier golf facilities. At Celebration Golf Club, you don’t play golf, you experience it.

 

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Town Center at Celebration

 

A place where you can truly live it up, just by sitting down. With quaint lakeside promenade and bustling downtown, getting around is just as much fun as getting there.

 

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Mrs. Sherry's tips for and exciting Disney trip! MCUSA wants you to make pageant weekend into a vacation at the 'Happiest Place on Earth.' Please remember these are all suggestions and if you have any other questions about anything involving outside entertainment you will have to contact the vendor. 

 

  • If you are only going to one park, know what each park has to offer before deciding.

    • Hollywood Studios is the home of the new Toy Story Land and all of the Star Wars experiences. It also is where the famous Rockin' Rollercoaster and Tower of Terror are at for the thrill-seekers.

    • The Animal Kingdom has the new expansion of Pandora (from the Avatar movie) as well as a new bird show. A personal favorite at AK is the Festival of the Lion King show as well as Mount Everest rollercoaster.

    • At Epcot, you can walk around the entire world in an afternoon while experiencing the uniqueness of the different cultures through museums and shows. My favorite ride there is Test Track where you create your car and test it via simulation and my favorite show is in the Canada Pavilion. In my experience and based on what I've seen there, usually small children enjoy this park the least. Now I've seen small children love it. 

    • Magic Kingdom is by far the most famous park, cause I mean, what queen doesn't love a castle? This park has the most rides and is the most geared towards small kids. It's almost impossible for me to pick a favorite ride at this park because I love everything about it.

 

 

  • Get your tickets early and download the My Disney Experience app and create an account/register your tickets! beforehand and download the 

    • The reason you want to do is this because of getting Fastpasses. Fastpasses are  FREE with your park ticket, unlike most other parks that require you to purchase them separately.

    • The way it works at Disney is you get 3 a day, TO BEGIN WITH at one park. After you use your first 3, you can get another one. After you use the 4th you can get a 5th, and so forth. Fast passes are active for a one hour slot, and you can't have more than one planned per an hour slot. Simplified... if I preselect a Fastness for Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin at 8:10 am, it is active from 8:10-9:10, and I can't preselect another one until 9:10.

    • When you scan your card (or MagicBand) going through the Fastpass line, you can go in and edit your next Fastpass time to be for an earlier time. I do this every time, and most of the time we have a Fastpass that is able to be used for right when we get off the ride. Last year on Labor Day Sunday my mom and I were able to do 25+ rides at the Magic Kingdom from the hours of 9 am - 3 pm.

    • Make your 3 Fastpasses back to back with each other. This will allow you to be able to make your additional Fastpasses quicker, so then you can do more throughout the day. For example, I always make mine from         8-9, 9-10, and 10-11. 

    • There are other tips I have for making the most out of Fastpasses if you would like them just message me on FB or post in the queen's group and I will gladly share them with you. 

 

 

  • Know that you CAN bring outside food and drink into the parks! We always bring snacks like pretzels, goldfish, fruit snacks, protein bars, etc to snack on and that means we usually will share an actual meal. (If you snack throughout the day then the meals are large enough to share.) This helps keep the cost down. Another thing to do is bring a water bottle because you can always fill it up at a water fountain (and it's actually good water). The other tip is if you get really hot and want cold water but don't want to buy a bottle of water go into any of the quick service restaurants and ask for a CUP of ice water and they will give it to you for free. 

 

 

  • Take a backpack instead of a purse! I never thought that I would be the backpack person, but it is the best idea I've ever heard. I always bring sunscreen, bug spray, portable charger, snacks, water bottle, KT tape (it's a medical tape used in place of knee or ankle braces or really anything like such), medicines, ponchos, trading pins, and chapstick. 

 

 

  • If seeing the parades and fireworks aren't at the top of your bucket list, take that time to do rides! The wait times are much shorter during those times because most people are busy watching those. Also, if you are tying to leave the park before fireworks know that the 'streets' will fill up to where it is almost impossible to walk through to get to the exit about 15-30 minutes before they start. 

 

 

  • TAKE PICTURES! I know this is a duh statement, but there is no such thing as too many Disney pictures. When taking pictures with characters, know that you can ask them to take selfies. My favorite memory was when I asked Ariel if we could take a 'shellfie' and she said that was the best thing she had ever heard. Also, ditch the traditional autograph books and make it something that you or your child will use. Examples include canvas backpacks, pillowcases, picture frames (the ones with the signing area), or even books.

  • Remember, it is a theme park, and theme parks usually have lines. If you want to make the most of your trip skip the rides that have lines that are 120+ minutes wait. I promise you; there are no rides that are worth it, (okay, maybe Rockin' Rollercoaster or Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin). They always fluctuate throughout the day, and you can check up-to-date wait times using the My Disney Experience app. If it starts raining, don't leave! Most Florida rainstorms last about 30 minutes, and they blow over. Just put on a poncho and continue with some of the inside rides. 

 

  • Overall, just have fun! They call it the 'Happiest Place on Earth' for a reason. If it's your first trip, just take it all in and try not to stress out if you don't get to every little thing.