Cheap Florida Vacations

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Other states' tourism boards would be so lucky to have Florida's ready-made allure: year-round sunshine, theme parks galore and miles of sugary coastline. Add to the list one more motivator: cheap Florida vacations. The cash-strapped can always count on the beaches for Mother Nature's gifts, from sunrises and sunsets to dolphin spotting. And for families: Disney World and all in its ilk, whose packages make for an affordable Florida travel getaway -- especially during the off-season.

Use our handy guide for cheap things to do in Florida by region, and book your trip to the land of pink flamingos and lost shakers of salt.

Cheap Vacation Packages

Cheap Florida Vacation Packages

Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

3 stars
4.4 / 5 112 reviews
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort - Now Open! Splash back to the 1950s and 60s for endless family fun at the remarkably retro Universals Cabana Bay Beach Resort, opening early 2014. From the moment you arrive, you will be taken back to the iconic beach resorts of the era. Go for a swim or relax in the lazy river, grab a burger and a milkshake or take the family for a game or two at the bowling alley. Take a road trip to Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort and enjoy exclusive theme park benefits.
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Seralago Hotel and Suites Maingate East

3 stars
3.2 / 5 141 reviews
The Seralago Hotel and Suites Maingate East in Kissimmee offers two-room suites with separate bedrooms; these suites can accommodate eight guests. If your group includes children, you can book a Kid's Suite with a children's theme. The hotel has a playground and a separate children's pool. If you plan to spend a lot of time at the pool, you can book a standard poolside room. The pool is located just a few steps away from these rooms. HighlightsYou can start your day with the breakfast buffet in the Vineyard Café. Hamburgers and hot dogs are offered for lunch and dinner at the People's Choice Food Court. Visitors can relax by the pool during the summer with a drink from the Tropical Treasures Pool Bar or enjoy cocktails at the Court Street Bar during cooler weather. Red Lobster is less than 500 feet from the hotel, and Pacino's Italian Ristorante is less than half a mile away. Guests can get some exercise by swimming laps in one of the two large pools, working out in the fitness center or playing basketball. You can also head to Old Town, which is less than half a mile from the hotel, to play games in the arcade or ride around the racetrack. Visitors can take a shuttle bus from the hotel to Disney World, Universal Studios or SeaWorld, which are all less than 15 miles away.  Search ResultStay at Seralago Hotel and Suites Maingate East in Kissimmee
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Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista, a Rosen Hotel

3 stars
3.3 / 5 21 reviews
All rooms have coffee maker, refrigerator, and microwave. FREE scheduled shuttle to Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Animal Kingdom, MGM Studios, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Sea World. Gift shop, game room, 2 pools, Boardwalk Buffet restaurant, Lite Bite mini-mart, children's playground, and coin laundry. Free transportation to Shingle Creek Golf Club. Was a former Comfort Inn. Pet Accommodation: $15.00 USD per night/pet. Pet Limit: 50lb max Packages shipped to the hotel will incur a handling fee.
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Hotel Roma Golden Glades Resort

3 stars
2.1 / 5 26 reviews
At the Hotel Roma Resort (formerly known as El Palacio Resort Boutique) stylishly decorated rooms and conference facilities will leave you feeling inspired. Statuary and columns adorn the front entrance, leading to a cozy lobby and pool-side suites. Located on four acres of tropical splendor, the Boutique Hotel's 105 rooms and suites are fully decorated, with a touch of Italy. Other amenities include Wireless in lobby area. Guest must be 21 years or older to check into the hotel.
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The Catalina Hotel and Beach Club

4 stars
3.4 / 5 102 reviews
Sophisticated but fun, the Catalina Hotel and Beach Club Miami Beach combines the classic elegance of Europe with the hip vibe of a beach club. The decor is relaxing with soft neutrals and splashes of color. It's resplendent with two pools, four bars and a rooftop terrace. The pools are the hotel's most popular amenity. The Bamboo Pool brings in the ambiance of tropical getaway with bamboo trees, comfy cabanas and even a cabana boy to fetch towels, sunscreen or anything else you might need. The Rooftop Pool affords you sky-high views of Miami Beach with private cabanas, a fully stocked bar and plenty of luxurious lounge beds to soak in the Florida rays. HighlightsThe Catalina Hotel and Beach Club is located in fabulous South Beach. an oceanfront district in Miami Beach wtiere celebrity spotting and partying are just as popular activities as sunbathing and dipping into the Atlantic Ocean. Additionally. top attractions such as the Miami Beach Convention Center and Bass Museum of Art are within walking distance from this hip hotel. With a breakfast menu that's available all day long. Maxine's Bistro & Bar will delight your taste buds with delicious seafood and desserts. At Fung Ku, you can Indulge In Asian cuisine that has some western Influences. From fresh fruit to pastries. Red Bar serves healthy food to energize you for a fun day In SoBe. The Catalina Hotel and Beach Club in Miami Beach otters discounted access into the nearby Crunch Gym. If you need a relaxing massage during your stay. book an appointment at the Massage Envy Spa South Beach. Fees Pets are allowed at a $100 USD pet deposit (refundable upon room inspection) plus $25 USD per day pet fee (non-refundable) before taxes. Pet must weigh up to 15 lbs. only. Fees do not apply to service animals. Resort fee is $18 USD plus tax per night payable to the property and is inclusive of airport pick-up from Miami International Airport, Happy Hour from 7 PM to 8 PM daily and two beach chairs and beach towels per day. Valet parking costs $32 USD a day. Policies Credit card is required upon check-in. No cash deposits or prepaid cards will be accepted. The hotel will authorize the credit card at check-in for up to $100 USD per night of stay in addition to the nightly room rate. When using a “check card,” this authorization will limit the card use for up to 10 days or until the issuing bank releases the authorization hold. Guests must be at least 18 years old to check in. Search ResultStay at The Catalina Hotel and Beach Club in Miami Beach
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Cheap Flights

Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
Atlanta Orlando Sat, Feb 27 - Wed, Mar 9 $78
Atlanta Fort Lauderdale Tue, Mar 8 - Wed, Mar 16 $79
Atlanta Miami Sun, Mar 6 - Mon, Mar 14 $87
Atlanta Tampa Tue, Feb 16 - Wed, Mar 16 $68
Dallas Fort Myers Wed, Mar 30 - Wed, Apr 6 $81
New York Jacksonville Sun, Feb 21 - Wed, Feb 24 $159
Denver West Palm Beach Sun, Mar 6 - Sun, Mar 13 $108
Tampa Pensacola Sat, Mar 5 - Sun, Mar 13 $258
Atlanta Sarasota Sun, Apr 10 - Sat, Apr 16 $187
Boston Key West Tue, Mar 22 - Wed, Mar 30 $342
Newark Daytona Beach Mon, Mar 7 - Thu, Mar 10 $204
Fort Lauderdale Tallahassee Thu, Mar 10 - Thu, Mar 17 $327
Los Angeles Valparaiso Tue, Aug 2 - Wed, Aug 10 $472
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  • Best Time to Go

    Florida vacations are great anytime of the year. The weather is mild year-round, with a subtropical and tropical climate. Annual temperatures are between 65oF and 84oF. Florida is a popular tourist attraction for individuals seeking to travel away from cold temperatures, or to enjoy the hot climate in the summer. Travelers can find bargain deals on hotel accommodations between June and September. Winter season is a little more expensive for Florida visitors due the tourist peak season between December and April. Autumn is a season of cool weather, and a relaxed atmosphere. Anytime is a great time to visit Florida’s amusement parks.

  • Disney World

    Experience the various attractions at the famous Disney World theme park in Orlando.

  • Sarasota

    Head to Sarasota to tour the Ringling Museum of Art and attend the Ringling International Arts Festival held in October.

  • Capital Grille

    When it is time to sit down for a bite to eat, head over to the Capital Grille in Miami.

  • Busch Gardens

    Those that are embarking on Florida travel with a family will enjoy the attractions at the Busch Gardens theme park in Tampa Bay.

  • Gatorland

    Florida is well-known for its alligator population, and Gatorland in Orlando has crocodiles and alligators from all over the world.

  • Florida highlights
  • Panhandle

    Think of the Panhandle as Florida's cousin from the Deep South; same family, different accent. Explore the area for traces of Southern roots, from plantation-style homes in Tallahassee to rustic seafood shacks in Apalachicola. As a family destination, it's easy on the budget thanks to a bevy of residential-style hotels designed for extended stays and pint-sized entertainment (read: lazy rivers and water umbrellas). Outside, revel in Mother Nature's freebies: state parks made for trekking and stretches of powdery sand to sink in.

  • Tampa Bay

    Tampa's all-American appeal is obvious from mansion-studded and rollerblader-frequented Bayshore Boulevard and during rollicking fests such as Guavaween and the Gasparilla Pirate Parade. Amble the brick-lined, iron-wrought streets in historic Ybor City and think you're in New Orleans – until you're teased by the flamenco dancers and heaping plates of Cuban fare at the Columbian Restaurant. Beyond the "metro," frugal Florida travelers won't have to sacrifice outdoor time for fun. Tampa Bay residents practically live on the beach, from pristine Fort de Soto Park (a regular on Dr. Beach's best beaches list) to tidy Pass-A-Grille, a coast dazzled by the pink palace otherwise known as Loews Don CeSar Hotel.

  • Miami

    Don't be discouraged by the couture kittens, yacht partiers and Mazarati drivers in South Beach; despite the emphasis on affluence, not everyone lives large in America's Riviera. Tourists can still partake in the excess from afar. Follow the lighting equipment to Lummus Park to spy on a photo shoot or wander by the bistro tables along Ocean Drive. You might spot a movie star. And for budget-sensible fun from the beach, hotel hop the Art Deco district with your camera; those neon-lit facades and sexy lounges are worth capturing even if you're not a guest in the penthouse suite.

  • Orlando

    Mickey Mouse will always have our hearts at Disney World – that's a given. Beyond the theme parks, however, are local Florida travel diversions that don't have to break the bank, starting with an inner tube ride down Rainbow River Rock State Park. On dry land, escape to the World of Orchids for fragrant, jungle air, catch the daily parade of ducks in the Peabody Orlando or dare to stare in the eyes of a gator at Gatorland, more contained and only slightly less intimidating a setting than Alligator Alley.

  • Florida Keys

    Florida beach towns tempt with postcard flair, yet extra style points go the Keys, which spells paradise from every Hemingway bungalow, coral reef and beach bar. The main drag – Duval Street – is a free exercise in people watching, thanks to wall-to-wall bars, souvenir shops, bikers, drag queens and free-roaming Key West Gypsy chickens and roosters. Yes, we said it, anything goes in the Keys.

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