Hotel & Area Information

xmultimedia-property-3.jpg.pagespeed.ic.q30T2iFxk5Magnetics 2018 will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.

A special room rate of $189 is available for attendees. Be sure to reserve your room by January 17th, 2018, to receive this special rate. Be sure to mention Webcom Communications when reserving.

Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, USA
407-345-4504

 

Hungry? Here are some nearby restaurants.

Ponderosa Steakhouse- A series of good quality steakhouses located throughout Orlando.

A Land Remembered Classic Steakhouse – A legendary steakhouse named after a novel by famous Florida writer, Patrick Smith. Known for its excellent steak and seafood.

Rolando’s Cuban Restaurant- A long established family owned restaurant known for its excellent Cuban dishes such as platains and ropa vieja.

Cala Bella at Rosen Shingle Creek- An upscale Italian restaurant featuring Mediterranean and American inspired dishes.

BB King’s Blues Club- A supper club serving great Southern comfort food and Southern fusion all to live Blues music.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room-An upscale seafood supper club with a 1930s ocean liner setting.

Extending your stay?
There’s no shortage of things to do in Central Florida. For one thing, your hotel is part of the Walt Disney World Resort and is in easy access to all of the Walt Disney World theme parks. The hotel is next door to the Downtown Disney Marketplace, Pleasure Island, Downtown Disney’s Westside, and Cirque de Soleil.  Close by are the other great theme parks such as SeaWorld and Universial Studios /Islands of Adventure. If you feel the need to get out of town, some of Florida’s best beaches are available as day trips.

 Walt Disney World Theme Parks
The Magic Kingdom- Based on the original Disneyland park in Anaheim California. This park features classic attractions such as Cinderella’s Castle, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Mickey’s Toontown.

EPCOT Center- This park is modeled off the theme of a world’s fair. One section of the park, Future World features Sci-Fi themed attractions, while the other section, World Showcase, features attractions based on

Disney’s Hollywood Studios (Formally MGM Studios)- This movies and television themed park features live shows like the Indiana Jones Stunt Show and rides like the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom- The most recent of the Walt Disney World Parks is a combination of theme park and zoo. Features rides like “Expedition Everest,” and a safari park with live exotic animals.

SeaWorld Adventure Park Orlando- One of the four SeaWorld aquatic theme parks featuring Shamu the Orca, and the Kraken Roller Coaster. Fun and Educational!

Universal Orlando Resort-Blockbuster movie based theme park.

GatorLand- The Alligator Capital of the World is one of the smaller theme parks in Orlando. Once a roadside attraction in 1949, the park is now a 110 acre wildlife preserve where visitors can see alligators, crocodiles and exotic native birds of Florida. You can even enjoy gator nuggets at the park café!

Orange County Regional History Center- For those interested in the history and culture of the region, this museum tells the story of Central Florida from the Seminole Indians to the present day. Also features exhibits about Central Florida during the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement.