Omni Resorts – Orlando

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Floating Down the Lazy River

One without alligators! Grab the furnished inner-tubes and spend the entire day relaxing as you float the Lazy River at the Omni Orlando Resort at Champions Gate. This adventure destination can fill the entire weekend without leaving the resort, for a great short trip away from home. Kids who love to play in water will love the zero entry family pool with the 125-ft corkscrew waterslide and water tower. They too can float the river to dodge the water cannons and waterfall.

The Omni works hard to make this a fun place for kids. Upon check in each child receives a special backpack filled with coloring books, games, toys and a refillable canteen good at their restaurants. Poolside activities such as painting sand dollars or making sail boats provides good clean fun. A kid’s only area has video games, popcorn and more take-home crafts.

The food on site is satisfying and delicious, seasoned with organic herbs from their very own organic herb garden. Get a glimpse of the chef snipping herbs for the day’s meals or become intoxicated over the lavender. Among their offerings are Zen, food with a Chinese flair; casual poolside dining at Croc’s and an awesome breakfast buffet at Trevi’s.

A restful adventure awaits you at the Omni Orlando Champions Gate – just a hop, skip and jump from the Tampa area. Omnihotels.com


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