Despite its proximity to SeaWorld, the 781-room Renaissance is still primarily a meetings venue and the selection of rooms reflects that reality. Most of the higher end suites are designed with business moguls, not traveling families, in mind. Still, there is plenty of room in which to spread out and families can save money by booking connecting rooms rather than a suite.
At 472 square feet, the standard rooms, with either one king-sized bed or two queens, are the largest in the area. High ceilings add to the feeling of spaciousness. They are graciously decorated with high beds and sumptuous bedding, including a riot of pillows in varying sizes. All rooms have 32-inch flat screen high-definition televisions to which you can hook up your laptop. There is also an iPod hookup to the clock radio. Every room has a refrigerator, but no rooms have a microwave.
Executive King rooms are large corner rooms with 685 square feet of elbow room, 42-inch flat screen TVs, and a large table for in-room dining. They have the option of connecting to a standard king room
If you insist on more space, you can book a 780 square-foot “parlor suite,” designed for business meetings, with either a king room or a queen room (or both!) connecting.
Here are the quoted rates for Renaissance’s standard room configurations, from low to high season:
Standard Room $129 - $429 (king or queen)
Executive King $259 - $599
Parlor Suite $259 - $799
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