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SeaWorld Florida is one of my favorite theme parks in Orlando Florida (although I do have to confess that I love ALL amusement and theme parks in general.) This park has it all:

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Hotels near Sea World in Orlando

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There are hundreds of hotels near Sea World. Here are the highlights of just a few Orlando hotels that are less than one mile away from the themepark:

Renaissance Orlando Resort At SeaWorld

6677 Sea Harbor Drive, Orlando, FL 32821
Across the street from SeaWorld Florida and less than 1 mile from Discovery Cove and Aquatica. The airport is only 10 miles away. A full-service spa, resort style pool and a Starbucks Coffee shop make this resort a winner! 

Springhill Suites by Marriott Orlando at SeaWorld

10801 International Drive, Orlando, Florida 32821
With SeaWorld Florida less than 1 mile away, affordable pricing, an outdoor pool, children's pool and hot tub make this hotel near Sea World in Orlando a good choice for budget minded families.

Hilton Garden Inn Orlando SeaWorld International Center

6850 Westwood Boulevard, Orlando, Florida,32821 
Just 3 blocks from SeaWorld Orlando FL, you are definitely going to want to check out the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando SeaWorld International Center. This moderately priced hotel has a good sized pool and a nice sized spa for soaking.

Hilton Grand Vacation Suites at SeaWorld

6924 Grand Vacations Way, Orlando, FL 32821
33-acre tropical-theme resort near SeaWorld Florida. Less than 1/2 mile to SeaWorld Orlando FL, this hotel offers shuttle transportation to SeaWorld, Universal Studios in Florida, Aquatica and Walt Disney World Resorts. This is a super family-friendly resort that has 3 pools with two dedicated to the little ones. You can also relax after a busy day visiting amusement parks in one of the resorts three poolside hot tubs!

Doubletree Resort Orlando - International Drive

10100 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32821
This Orlando hotel has had a recent major facelift and is a little less than 3/4 of a mile from SeaWorld. The Doubletree Resort Orlando sports 3 heated swimming pools, a miniature golf course, and day spa. They also have a poolside bar and grill that is perfect for unwinding after a day the Orlando amusement and theme parks.

Orlando Sea World Rides

Orlando Sea World Rides

SeaWorld Florida has three superb thrill rides for roller coaster lovers, Shamu's Happy Harbor with rides and attractions for the little kiddies, a helicopter simulator ride and a sky tower that offers breathtaking views of the theme park!

Kraken is the monster that used to live under your bed... all grown  up! This ride consistently ranks as one of the world's top ten roller coasters in the world by enthusiasts and our kids definitely agreed! The park wasn't crowded when we went in early March and they must have jumped on this fierce roller coaster 10 times.

Explore the lost city of Atlantis on this mythical roller coaster water ride. Journey to Atlantis offers steep drops, amazing special effects and super-saturating plunges! It's the perfect way to cool off during a hot summer day and explore the mysterious city of Atlantis SeaWorld style!

The iconic Skytower opened in 1973 and proudly offers the absolute best overview of the area as well as downtown Orlando. It's a smooth 6 minute theme park ride that everyone in the family will enjoy.

Head first. Face down. One of a kind. Manta. Surrounding by amazing aquariums, you won't even mind standing in line on this one! You'll feel a bit like superman as you fly through the air at 56 mph and experience the ride's heart-stopping "near misses." The Manta is definitely one of my favorite thrill rides.

SeaWorld Trainer Killed


We visited SeaWorld Florida just 8 days after Dawn Brancheau was killed while working with Tilikum, a killer whale weighing over 12,000 lbs. All of the shows featuring killer whales were done in her memory and there were not many dry eyes after seeing the videos clips showcasing her work and dedication to these special marine mammals.

Dawn lived her childhood dream of becoming a marine mammal trainer. To lose someone so courageous and dedicated to the well-being and care of these large creatures is a devastating loss to the animal welfare and conservation community.

There have been several incidents and deaths involving killer whales, but Dawn is the first and only Sea World trainer killed. Her death will be a catalyst for updated protocols and procedures when dealing with the marine mammals at the park and also serve as a reminder to anyone working with wild animals that even with the best precautions, a trained professional can lose their life in an instant.

My prayers are with Dawn's family, friends and co-workers. Dawn's was a life well lived.

Killer whales at Seaworld

Google Map Link to SeaWorld Florida
7007 Sea World Drive, Orlando, Florida 32821
(407) 363-2617

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Sea World has the most successful Orca whale breeding program in the world and more than 20 calves have been born at the Sea World theme parks.

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The killer whale is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. Orcas have been known to kill other whales and were known as whale killers, which was later reversed to Killer Whales.

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Orca Whales live an average of 45 to 50 years.

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Killer whale babies are called calves. Newborn calves can be up to 8 1/2 feet long and weigh between 300-400 lbs.

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The average killer whale at SeaWorld eats  between 140- 240 lbs of food per day! In the wild they would feast on various fish, seals, sea lions, penguins, and even whales, but at the park they are fed a diet of herring, capelin, salmon and mackerel.

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