Venue & Hospitality
Hotel Hyatt Regency - Orlando International Airport
Conference Dates: July 27-29, 2015
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Driving Directions to Orlando International Airport
From Airport to Hotel:
1. Orlando International Airport, FL
2. Depart Jeff Fuqua Blvd towardSR-436 N / S Semoran Blvd
3. 1.9 km, Turn left onto road
4. 69 m, Arrive on the right
The last intersection is Jeff Fuqua Blvd
5. Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
9300 Airport Blvd, Orlando, FL
As a guest at Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, you’re only seconds from the best activities, restaurants, and shopping.
Directions Hotline: 407 825 1225
For valet parking via Highway 528, the Beach Line Expressway or Route 436 / Semoran Blvd:
Follow Terminal B signs until you see North Exit signs. Follow North Exit signs to our front drive. You will see a large fountain on the left.
For valet parking via Highway 417 or Boggy Creek Road:
Follow Terminal B, North Exit signs until you see a large fountain and our front drive on the left.
Enter the Terminal B self-parking area and follow the signs for Hyatt Terminal Top Parking. From Terminal Top Parking, enter the hotel at level 4. If necessary, use elevators located on the B side to get to level 4. Because of heightened security, terminal top parking may not always be available. If that is the case, proceed to the hotel through the airport terminal.
Discounted Hotel Parking and the EPASS
Hotel guests that are staying for the day only or overnight need to enter the self-parking garage in Terminal B. Do not enter through the EPASS lane; you must enter and receive a ticket in order to receive the discounted hotel parking rates.
From Southeast Florida including the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area:
Approximately 230 miles.
Take the Florida Turnpike North to Exit 254 (528 East / Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road). Go through two tollbooths and take exit 11 to the Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking.
From Tampa/St. Petersburg:
From Tampa, 85 miles. From St. Petersburg, 110 miles.
Take I-275 North to I-4 East and then take Exit 62 (417 North Expressway - a Toll Road). Take 417 North to exit 17. At the end of the ramp, make a left and head towards the Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking.
From Sarasota / Ft. Myers / Naples:
From Sarasota, 130 miles. From Fort Meyers, 200 miles. From Naples, 240 miles.
Take I-75 North to I-4 East and then take Exit 62 (417 North Expressway - Toll Road). Take 417 North to exit 17. At the end of the ramp, make a left and head towards the Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking.
From Gainesville, 125 miles. From Ocala, 90 miles.
Take I-75 South to the Florida Turnpike South. Take the Florida Turnpike South to Exit 254 (528 East / Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road). Go through two tollbooths and take exit 11 to the Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking.
From Jacksonville/Daytona Beach:
From Jacksonville, 160 miles. From Daytona, 75 miles.
Take I-95 South to I-4 West. Take I-4 west to Exit 72 (528 East / Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road). Go through two tollbooths and take exit 11 to the Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking.
From Melbourne/Vero Beach/Ft. Pierce/Cocoa Beach:
Melbourne, 65 miles. Vero Beach, 100 miles. Fort Pierce, 115 miles. Cocoa Beach, 50 miles.
Take I-95 North to Exit 77 (528 West Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road). Take the Beach Line Expressway to exit 11, Orlando International Airport. Follow the signs to Hyatt Valet Parking or Hyatt Self-Parking. We are located inside the airport.
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