Bull & Bear located inside of Waldorf Astoria, is where Robin and I had dinner during our second night at the hotel. The restaurant is spacious yet cozy, inviting and luxurious, all at once. Voted one of the top 100 restaurants in the United States as well as the best restaurant, best food, and the best service in Orlando by Trip Advisor reviewers, it’s clear why we wanted to check it out for ourselves!
Our time at Waldorf Astoria Orlando was one of our favorite hotel stays we’ve enjoyed anywhere in the world. While Waldorf hotels are synonymous with impeccable service, stunning surroundings, and the best amenities money can buy, all in the most desirable locations around the world, the staff of Waldorf Astoria Orlando went above and beyond at every single turn to make our week in Orlando, Florida, time at the Walt Disney World parks, and the celebration of our two best friend’s engagement, a truly special occasion.
Aquamarine, Waldorf Astoria’s poolside café in Orlando, Florida was one of my favorite places we ate during our time in Florida. The food was exceptionally delicious and we thoroughly enjoyed our meal after taking a wonderful midday swim in the hotel’s spacious, palm-tree encircled pooled. Stepping into the covered stone café was the perfect way to cool off, relax, and enjoy some of the best seafood and drinks we had on our escape to Florida.
I love golfing, even though I’m not great at it, and it’s something my husband and I love doing together (he’s much better at it than I am!). After our move to Connecticut, I’m hoping to find somewhere nearby to take golf lessons, but until then, I wanted to get back out on the greens during our most recent visit to Orlando, Florida. The Waldorf Astoria Orlando Golf Club was the perfect place to reconnect with the fairways and get back into the groove of golfing after more than a year of not playing, and this gorgeous, luxurious golf course didn’t disappoint.