Comfort Inn & Suites Winter Park Village Area
626 Lee Rd
Orlando, FL 32810
Phone: (407) 645-5600
Fax: (407) 740-7912
626 Lee Rd, Orlando, FL, US, 32810
- Phone: (407) 645-5600
- Fax: (407) 740-7912
The Orchid Lounge at RanGetsu is located a short trip north of Downtown Orlando and just one mile north of Winter Park Village. It is open in the evenings during some weekdays and on the weekends. The contemporary Japanese restaurant transforms into a hot nightspot for late night fun. The lounge offers guests dining and entertainment elements often found in metropolis settings, such as Tokyo, Miami and Los Angeles. Enjoy a stylish lounge setting featuring amazing lighting and great music. Drink selections include a large variety of wines, beers, sake and other specialty cocktails from the fully stocked bar. Choose VIP booths for an enhanced experience. All guests can order from the sushi bar. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
The Shea's bar is a very friendly local-favorite bar that is located around 20 miles northwest of Orlando in Mt. Dora. You will find plenty to do when visiting there. Shea’s has pool tables, video games, darts, several TVs (with special BIG screens for big games), live local bands, and plenty more. A well-stocked package store lies adjacent to the bar offering many special prices on numerous items. Have a great time enjoying watching your favorite sports, playing bar games (including pool tournaments), dancing to live local bands, and more. The staff is very friendly and there are plenty of drink specials, no matter what day of the week it is.
Savoy Orlando is located in the heart of Orlando. It is gay-owned and operated and one of the best-kept secrets of downtown. Here you will find the most attractive, friendliest and shirtless bartenders serving you some of the finest ultra premium liquors at probably the best prices around. Savoy has incredible fashionable furnishings and includes a large outside patio and garden area and two rooms (bars) offering plenty of entertainment. This consist of great music, pool tables, darts, video games, soft porn on 8 large-screen TVs, nightly dancers, DJs and more. Each day offers a variety of different specialty drinks at extremely low prices and a large assortment of imported and domestic beers to enjoy. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
While yellow remains the stand-out color for the lighting, the subtle use of pink and green in its seating and decor makes this nightclub aptly named as Peacock Lounge. Drinks are always available and the music, be it live or through a DJ, remains the lounge's ultimate drawing point. Opened in 2001, the club has soon grown to be a firm favorite amongst Orlando natives, winning various awards for its martini and gallery on show.
Sporting a warm and an informal atmosphere, Uncle Lou's Entertainment Hall, is a dive bar that is frequented by the locals throughout the week. Featuring a well-stocked bar that serves the choicest variety of drinks, this bar hosts live music concerts. The evenings could not have been more entertaining and fun-filled.
Housed in a circa-1929 building that served for 50 years as home to the Firestone Service and Tire Center, this landmark club is now one of Central Florida's largest and best-known dance arenas. Much of the 13,000-square-foot building is dedicated to dance floors and a large stage on which bands perform nightly. Sometimes raucous, the crowd grooves under wild lighting. Saturday features a predominantly gay crowd.
Club LimeLite is located in the heart of downtown Orlando—and it’s the place to go. Put on your best clubwear to fit in with this trendy crowd. Each night hosts a particular event featuring local area DJs and plenty of drink specials. This ultra hip club has a fully stocked bar and two unique areas to party in. One is for relaxin,g and the other is for dancing partiers. Club LimeLite has a huge dance floor and state of the art sound and lighting systems. The music includes top-40, hip-hop, reggae, house, Latin and Soca rhythms. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
This tri-leveled nightclub is a growing favorite among the young Orlando crowd, with its three unique bars and two dance floors. There is one main room comprising of a bar and a dance floor, but what makes this nightclub stand out is its outdoor patio bar with its sidewalk cafe-like feel. There is something for everyone at Independent Bar—choose to either experience mad exhilaration with the contemporary music performances by local bands amidst heavy duty light and sound systems, or relax comfortably at the patio bar, which offers a sprawling view of downtown Orlando. Open from Tuesday to Thursday from 10p, Friday to Saturday from 9:30p and on Sunday from 10p.
Literally hidden away in Downtown Orlando, Eye Spy is not your typical bar. Gather with some friends and relax inside or go outside where you'll find the dance floor and another bar. However, there are other hidden rooms on the property that have pool tables, pinball machines and couches plus a special photo booth. Beware the hidden cameras, which broadcast whatever happens to be going on in one area to others in another part of the bar.
A hip spot for singles, Sky Sixty is one of Orlando's hottest nightclubs. It's primarily the lighting that lends this club a very stylish look. Shake a leg to some pulsating beats from the DJ's kitty. If you wish to spend some intimate moments, book one of the private cabanas. Tired of your single status? Keep your eyes open while you tuck into some drinks—you just might spot someone special!
Lauded as Orlando's best entertainment venue for over a decade, The Social hosts a number of musical events that keep it almost always packed. The club is also known as 'the pit', but only in the best sense of the word. Patrons sit or dance in a pit, while musicians play jazz, rock and other types of music on a stage above. The food, which is served with a Southwestern flare, is good, but the martinis, all 27 varieties, are the club's claim to fame. And if you're planning to throw a party or even a corporate event, there could be no better place than The Social. Let the good times roll!
The history of The Beacham dates back to the 1920s, when it was opened as a vaudeville and movie theater, but was closed down and replaced by the Tabu nightclub. However, The Beacham survives and flourishes to re-open in 2011 as a suave nightclub at the same location. Aiming to be an 'intimate' venue, the club shares a doorway with another very popular club, The Social. Together, the venues bring to the city a passel of entertainment, be it great bands, DJs, or interesting club nights. To keep a good image, however, the venue has imposed a strict dress code. So do see the website to plan a visit to The Beacham.