Experience The Ultimate Staycation in Orlando this Summer!
Summer is officially here! Bet you’re ready for a getaway and change of scenery. Right? But, you’re probably wondering how it’s possible to have socially distanced fun on vacation.
If you’re in Orlando, or willing to take a road trip, the Ultimate Staycation may be a great option for you. If you’re not ready to travel yet, then save this post for later. Dream along and live vicariously. Until you’re ready to #MakeSomedayHappen.
I was invited by Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek to experience their Ultimate Staycation. The package offers luxury at a great value, waived resort fees and a variety of perks for a socially distanced fun vacation in Orlando.
Like many of you, I was apprehensive to travel. Safety is top of mind right now. However, I’ve partnered with Wyndham Grand Orlando in the past, and I knew their staff would do things right. After reviewing their newly implemented health and safety procedures, I said yes! Packed my bags and decided to go discover what vacationing would be like in this “new normal” world.
Orlando was just named the #1 destination most travelers dream of visiting after the pandemic. The fact I already live here and didn’t have to travel far didn’t escape me. We have wonderful resorts in town, perfect for staycations.
I cautiously dipped my toes and tested the waters and was surprised at the outcome…
We escaped the doomsday 24 hour news cycle and got some needed R&R. We we’re in fact surprised to discover 29 socially distanced fun things to do on vacation at Wyndham Grand Orlando – and only one of them included leaving the resort and Disney. (There’s probably more, but we were only there for 2 nights!)
Is It Safe To Go On Summer Vacation?
This is THE question of the Summer of 2020.
The answer will be unique to you and your particular circumstances. If you’re sick or have been exposed to coronavirus in any way, then the answer is definitely “no!”
Allow me to share my experiences of my first staycation in this new pandemic world and you decide if it’s right for you.
Large resorts, like Wyndham Grand Orlando, offer the luxury of space and a multitude of amenities to feel comfortable while maintaining social distancing guidelines. They also have a higher degree of standardized guidelines for health and safety to ensure they do their part to keep you safe. If you want some familiar comforts of what vacations used to look like, a resort is a great option.
Summer Vacations Are Going To Look a Little Different.
After being cooped up safely at home for the past bajillion months – (approximate exaggeration) – it’s an understatement to say that summer vacations will look and feel very different this year.
The newly implemented procedures and changes within the hotel’s amenities and services made for a different vacation from my previous stays. Not bad, just different. Let’s face it. The world is different now.
The Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort, located at Bonnet Creek bordering the Walt Disney World Resort area in Orlando, was the first to re-open to the public on June 1st. After undergoing extensive training and revamping of operating procedures, their team was just as anxious as we were to get out there!
What’s Different From Previous Stays?
Some hotel services are limited. There’s no valet parking, bell stand assistance with your luggage or housekeeping daily service provided. Some dining outlets like Deep Blu, Tesoro Cove and Room Service are temporarily closed.
However, very suitable alternate accommodations have been made as long as you’re willing to do your part.
Self parking is easily accessible. Bell carts are provided for your use. Bar 1521, Back Bay Bar & Grille and The Barista outlets are open and there were plenty of options to make any foodie very happy, including takeout.
What’s Not Different From Previous Stays?
The staff is as friendly and accommodating as I remembered. Even if you can’t see their smiles behind the face masks. They are happy to be back open. And taking all measures seriously.
The hotel is as posh and well maintained as ever. It even feels cleaner than before. And that says a lot considering I commended them for their cleanliness during my first Grand Staycation.
I witnessed front desk staff cleaning after every guest check in, restaurant servers thoroughly cleaning tables, and ongoing attention to high traffic areas.
The food and beverage is still top notch. Regardless of limited menus and outlets, Chef Jonathan McCann and his team have adapted menus to provide greater value and a variety of dishes to suit various palates and diets. His commitment to sourcing available local products remains. The menus simply have been reduced to be “the best of the best.”
It’s always a good sign when I look at a menu and want to order everything on it!
How Safe is Staying at Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek During Pandemic?
The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) launched its Safe Stay guidelines this past May, developed with input from hotels including Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, public health experts, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek has implemented the new Wyndham Hotels & Resorts “Count On Us” initiative which adheres to AHLA protocols and CDC guidelines.
Changes you’ll see around property include hand sanitizer stands at various entrances and dining outlets, plexiglass barriers at the front desk and The Barista, distance markers on the floor, and staff thoroughly cleaning high touch /traffic areas frequently.
Increased Cleaning Frequency.
Public spaces and communal areas are cleaned and disinfected multiple times a day. Tables in restaurants were thoroughly sanitized after each guest use. We witnessed staff being meticulous about this.
Limited Guest Contact.
While rooms are thoroughly cleaned after each guest, housekeeping service in your guest room is limited during your stay. If you need anything, just ask but don’t expect your bed made or room tidied up. This is to reduce the amount of contact between staff and guests and having staff in your room. The same goes for valet parking and bell staff. You’ll be offered a cart for your luggage if you need it.
The measures implemented are only part of the equation. We, as guests, must do our part to not only follow them but take our own precautions. That’s what “We’re in this together” truly means.
Signage Throughout The Property.
Signage throughout the property reminds guests of current guidelines and precautions. We are after all creatures of habit so these reminders are in fact helpful.
Hand sanitizer dispensers are found in lobby areas, restaurant entrances, pool, exercise areas and more. You even receive some personal sized bottles at check in. But remember, hand sanitizer is only good if you use it.
All employees are wearing face masks in public areas. Per Orange County mandate, all guests are now also required as well. (this went into effect after my visit). This was my top concern as many guests were not wearing masks. Thankfully I was able to avoid being near them.
Online and Disposable Menus.
Menus for all dining outlets are available online. Simply scan at your table. Disposable paper menus are also provided at Bar 1521 and Back Bay Bar & Grille if you prefer.
I’ve never seen a pen sanitizer cube! You’ll find it at The Barista. Or you can carry your own pen if you prefer.
“We’re in this together!”
The Wyndham Grand Orlando staff is well trained and following increased health and safety guidelines.
Let’s face it. We all have to get used to new ways to act around others. Breaking habits is tough for all of us. My initial reaction when interacting with someone is to shake hands or hug, and to lean in closer to listen. That’s no longer advisable. So, we must bump elbows and do high fives in the air, 6 feet apart. That’s something to get used to.
It’s important to be kind. Kinder than usual, especially with the staff. We must all do our part to not only keep ourselves safe but others as well.
We are living in a new world where the words “pandemic” and “social distancing” are part of our everyday vocabulary. Where “unprecedented” and “new normal” now describe our current conditions.
It’s up to each of us to take responsibility for our own actions to stay safe. There’s only so much the businesses we visit can do. None of these measures are effective if we don’t do our part. Socially distanced fun only happens if we make it so.
When they say “We’re in this together” that’s what it means.
Now that I’ve talked about safety, let’s talk about the 29 Socially Distanced Fun Things To Do on Vacation at Wyndham Grand Orlando.
Foodie Things To Do for Socially Distanced Fun:
I always explore the food scene first before considering a hotel “Epic Foodie Weekend” worthy. I was thoroughly impressed with my first visit to Wyndham Grand Orlando in 2018 and happy to say there’s still plenty to please our taste buds and spark our love of food.
Food & Beverage offerings have been modified and menus paired down as they cautiously re-open and adjust to business demands. While I missed the luxe experience in Deep Blu Seafood Grille and the lavish breakfast buffet of Tesoro Cove. I enjoyed the casual feel the open outlets provided without sacrificing the high quality of dining.
Menus have been developed for The Barista, Back Bay Bar & Grille and Bar 1521 to satisfy a variety of diets and palates with popular dishes. From casual to fancy, you’ll find it tough to decide what to order when everything looks good on the menu. And each outlet offers opportunity to enjoy while socially distanced – from well spaced tables to take out which you can enjoy in a variety of stunning and comfortable locations throughout the property.
1. Let Someone Else Do The Cooking!
Tired of months of cooking at home? Let someone else take over kitchen duties. At Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort, that someone else has cooked for “THE” Queen. Yes, THAT Queen, plus presidents (White House Correspondents Dinner & Inaugural Balls, no less!) and plenty of Hollywood celebs! Safe to say, you’ll be well fed and treated like royalty.
Executive Chef Jonathan McCann’s resume includes Michelin-starred restaurants and luxury hotels in England, Monaco, Washington DC and Miami. McCann and his team easily elevate classic comfort food with flare. The kind of food we’ve been craving. Plus, they are the nicest people who make you feel like family. But unlike your family, you won’t have to do any dishes or pick up afterwards.
2. Satisfy Your Inner Mixologist with Gorgeous Craft Cocktails.
Is there anything better than being welcomed with complimentary cocktails? That’s how to start a vacation right with Wyndham Grand Orlando’s Ultimate Staycation Package!
Bar 1521 offers a variety of finely crafted cocktails. We sampled several! All gorgeous, well balanced and so easy to drink. They’re absolutely dangerous.
On our first night, I ordered a wicked looking “Floral Libation” – Bar 1521’s take on a French 75 cocktail – made with Hendrick’s Gin, Yuzu juice, Scharffenberger brut champagne with a stunning lavender sugar rim. After months drinking home crafted drinks, it was nice to sip this gorgeous creation made by a pro.
My hubby ordered the “Blackberry Envy“ – a heavenly take on a bramble for bourbon lovers. Made with Angel’s Envy Bourbon, triple sec, agave nectar, lemon juice and fresh blackberries. It’s like sipping an adult juice box. Perfect for summer.
3. Enjoy a Romantic Dinner.
Like many of you, we haven’t enjoyed a romantic night out in months. It was wonderful to find a casual relaxed atmosphere with dimly lit cozy nooks to dine in while socially distanced from others at Bar 1521.
Get a seat indoors in a banquette or a table in the outdoor balcony overlooking the pool. Perfect to watch the sunset while sipping cocktails and noshing on artisan cheese and charcuterie.
The menu is approachable with everything from pan seared flounder and grilled filet, and fresh salads, to a “Grand” brisket and short rib burger. At Bar 1521, you get the fancy elevated food of a fine dining restaurant like Deep Blu Seafood Grille, without feeling like you have to dress up.
4. Eat Local with a Taste of Central Florida.
Chef Jonathan McCann is committed to sourcing fresh, local products from area farms and purchasing from local artisans to give Wyndham Grand Orlando guests a taste of Central Florida.
I had the pleasure of tagging along with him a few years ago as he shopped at Winter Garden’s Farmers Market and Sugar Top Farms in Clermont to see first hand the farm to table experience come to life. He even shared one of his recipes for a fab Burnt Orange Miso Salad to recreate the Grand experience at home.
Long & Scott Farm’s Zellwood sweet corn is beautifully highlighted in the Summer Corn Soup. It literally tastes like eating fresh corn off the cob. Frog Song Organics beans, carrots, potatoes and turnips and Kalera lettuces among many other local purveyors are featured based on seasonality.
Even cocktails get the local treatment with Tom West blueberries from Ocoee, Florida. Refreshingly delicious “Bubbly Blu” and “Blu Mule Serum” cocktails.
McCann has partnered with Club Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort next door on maintaining a hotel garden on property. Tomatoes, peppers, herbs and more are being grown to be used in the hotel’s restaurants. It doesn’t get more local than that!
5. Dig Into Comfort Food.
Stressful times make us crave comfort food, don’t they? At Bar 1521, you can dig into the epitome of comfort food – Mac N Cheese. Given the “bougie” treatment with a generous portion of lump blu crab, smoked gouda and muenster cheese for decadently cheesy bites.
While you’ve probably eaten a lot of chicken at home, at Bar 1521, the “Pan Roasted Airline Chicken Breast” has the feel of a home cooked meal taken up a few notches. Served atop a hearty cranberry bean cassoulet, with kale and lemon pearl onions, it will remind you of Thanksgiving flavors with none of the hours of meticulous slow cooking in the kitchen.
The “Pan Seared Flounder” with mixed mushrooms was another hearty entree option at Bar 1521. The fish was beautifully prepared and the mushrooms were equally attention getting. The fried capers were a nice briny touch.
6. Start The Day Right with Breakfast with a View From Your Balcony
In the lobby you’ll find The Barista. A casual walk-up counter serving breakfast favorites, lunch sandwiches, salads and Starbucks coffee beverages to go, from 6am – noon (hours may vary.)
Pick up breakfast sandwiches, hearty quiches, fresh fruit, donuts, bagels and other bakery items, coffee and juices. Service is quite fast. You can either dine there, at appropriately distanced tables, or what we did. Take it back to your guest room to enjoy in the privacy of your well distanced balcony. You can’t beat the view!
No one will judge if you show up to The Barista in your PJ’s. But please wear a mask and stand on the floor markers 6 feet apart. I walked away a few times when there were guests in line that seemed to close for comfort.
7. Breakfast by the Pool or Lake
Another fantastic socially distanced option is to pick up breakfast to go and head out to the pool. Take advantage of the quiet mornings and grab a pool lounger early. The pool opens at 8am and guests must check in for reserved assigned seating.
If you prefer to have breakfast outdoors earlier in the morning, check out the various seating areas along the lake.
8. In Room Dining.
While room service is not available, all outlets offer option for take out. This way you can enjoy fantastic fare in the privacy of your guest room. Let’s face it, we’ve gotten pretty used to getting take out and hanging out in our PJs. The beautifully appointed guest rooms of Wyndham Grand Orlando are the most ideally socially distanced option.
9. Indulge! You’re On Vacation.
Indulgences go hand in hand with vacations. Just make sure those hands are properly washed and sanitized before you dig in.
We shared the “Grand Nachos” at Back Bay Bar & Grille, and the giant plate required a nap afterwards. Corn tortilla chips benefitted nicely from melted nacho cheese, chipotle sour cream, fresh pico de gallo and guacamole. There’s no calorie counting on vacation!
The Funnel Fries are a Must Eat! I don’t need to tell you how fantastic these are. Order them and thank me later. The Back Bay Bar & Grille is open 11am – 10pm. Plan your day accordingly.
10. Eat Healthy.
While vacations are made for indulgences, we have to be mindful to balance things out. Thankfully, at Wyndham Grand Orlando you don’t have to sacrifice flavor for the sake of your waistline.
For breakfast, order one of the healthy sandwiches like the wheat bagel with egg whites, spinach and roasted tomato. It was tasty! Next time I will ask for my bagel to be toasted a bit more. Oatmeal, yogurt parfait, smoothies and fresh fruit also available.
The veggie frittata and a fruit cup was another heart healthy option at The Barista.
For lunch or dinner, try the Greek Salad and Mediterranean Sandwich in Back Bay Bar & Grille. The Farfalle Primavera pasta with summer vegetables and Cucumber Bibb salad in Bar 1521 are tasty options too.
11. Outdoor Dining With a Lake View
Having lunch or dinner delivered to your pool lounger is one great option to relax and stay socially distanced. Or enjoy dining with a view of the 10 acre lake in the outdoor terrace of Back Bay Bar & Grille.
The menu features a paired down selection of favorites. Wings and tenders, salads, sandwiches and burgers. When you ask your server “what’s good here?” the answer will be “everything!” and they’ll be right.
12. Mimosa Sunday Any Time!
Take your Mimosa Sunday to the next level with Back Bay Bar & Grille’s “Midday Mimosa.” Drinking a regular mimosa after this just won’t be the same. This frozen concoction of Skyy Blood Orange Vodka, mango puree, and La Marca Prosecco can be sipped any time of day. (Well, while Back Bay is open, between 11am-10pm).
13. Get Your Starbucks Fix.
Missing your favorite Starbucks crafted beverage? While we can’t currently dine in a Starbucks store, at Wyndham Grand Orlando you can get your fave Caramel Macchiato, Frappucino or latte and go anywhere you want. Your room, a pool view balcony or a quiet spot around the lake or pool.
14. Everyone Screams For Ice Cream.
Stop by The Barista and treat yourself to an ice cream cone or sundae. Our Florida summer heat calls for fun flavors like Snickers and rainbow colored Superman – which I imagine tastes like bubble gum – ironic for The Man of Steel.
Healthy Things To Do on Vacation for Socially Distanced Fun:
Staying healthy and boosting our immune system is a must these days. In addition to balancing indulgences with eating healthier dishes (as mentioned in #10 above), here’s some healthy activities for socially distanced fun at Wyndham Grand Orlando.
15. Don’t Skip Your Workout.
If you’ve been missing the gym, Wyndham Grand Orlando has a state of the art fitness center. You’ll find a variety of equipment including treadmills and free weights so you can squeeze a workout into your schedule. Access is limited to control the amount of guests in the facility. Stop by the front desk for key when open 7am – 10pm.
Another socially distanced fun option is to access a number of workouts from your guest room TV. Sweat in the privacy of your room. I got an invigorating cardio and relaxing yoga workout in. The carpet was so nice I didn’t even need a mat.
16. Take a Stroll Around The Lake
An early morning or early evening stroll around the lake is good for the soul. Get some fresh air and get your steps in, while socially distanced. The walk is a bit under a mile. Our sunset stroll was absolutely magical.
They even have hand washing stations around the lake.
17. Get Gardening Inspiration.
Time in quarantine has inspired many of us to garden – especially to grow our own herbs and vegetables. Chef McCann is a big fan of spending time in the garden and has been doing it at home and at work. He tells me there’s something therapeutic about putting your hands in the soil.
As you take a stroll around the lake, take a look at the Wyndham vegetable garden and you may find the chef there.
The hydroponic towers with tomatoes, celery and mint may inspire you to grow your own at home.
Active Things To Do for Socially Distanced Fun:
If you’re looking to stay active or have some fun adventures, you’ll be happy to explore the Bonnet Creek resort area. These are fun for all ages and socially distanced!
18. Do a Social Scavenger Hunt.
Scavenger hunts are fun but have you ever done a social scavenger hunt? Wyndham Grand Orlando shares “10 Social Media Worthy Picture Locations” on the Ultimate Staycation guide provided at check in.
From finding the posh Alice in Wonderland style chairs to making a splash with a tropical drink to being lazy in bed. Why not pretend to be an Instagram star!?
Take advantage of the beautiful settings to snap a few photos. Be sure to share them with friends by tagging @wyndhamgrandorl and use hashtags #LiveGrand and #ShareMyGrandPic. They’ll want to come experience The Ultimate Staycation too.
19. Feed The Fish.
The variety of fish in the lake – from giant Japanese koi to large mouth bass and more – is quite fun to watch. If you stand at the railing along the walkway they will come right up to you. They are well trained!
20. Learn About Central Florida Flora & Fauna.
Along your walk around the lake, you’ll see various plants, trees and wildlife of Central Florida. You don’t want to feed the wildlife. But you can certainly admire it. We saw rabbits, ducks, egrets, turtles and birds. It was fun trying to identify them and being out in nature, socially distanced.
Do beware of alligators and snakes. This is Florida!
21. Have a Pirates of the Caribbean Moment.
Explore the Legend of the Bay of Bonnet Creek, climb up to the San Andreas Watch Tower and pretend you’re part of Pirates of the Caribbean! We’re close to Disney after all.
Take a right turn as you exit the hotel on your walk around the lake and you’ll see the tower. You’ll even find a few tables up there where you can enjoy your takeout or watch the sunset socially distanced. Just watch out for pirates!
Relaxing Things To Do for Socially Distanced Fun:
Vacations are a needed mental health break – “A respite or a time of respite from something.” We discovered plenty of ways to relax while socially distanced at Wyndham Grand Orlando.
22. Movie Night In Your PJs.
Stay in, get takeout from Back Bay or Bar 1521 and watch a new release or classic favorite movie from a 55″ Flatscreen TV in the comfort of your room. The Ultimate Staycation package includes a free in-room movie, popcorn, sodas, candy, and wine perfect for a movie night in!
23. Lounge By The Pool.
Lounging by the pool is synonymous with summer vacations. At Wyndham Grand Orlando, they’ve ensured you can relax poolside, socially distanced.
In fact, your lounge chairs are reserved for you! That’s a new luxury I can appreciate.
Guests must check in at the Towel Hut upon entering. Chairs are sanitized after each use and the area is monitored to ensure guests are not congregating in large groups. Wyndham Vacation Ownership’s main pool is open for guests by reservation.
24. Sleep In or Take a Nap!
Plush beds and blackout drapes in the rooms make it perfect to sleep in – or to take a nap mid day. It’s your vacation. No one’s judging. Get some rest.
25. Take a Breather on a Swinging Bench.
Grab a cocktail to go and find one of several swinging benches around the lake. Perfect at sunset. Just breathe and say ahhhh…
26. Become a Sunset Photographer.
Central Florida sunsets are epic! At Wyndham Grand Orlando you’ll find plenty of secluded socially distanced spots to enjoy this relaxing time of day. And of course, snap photos!
27. Reflect “In The Shadow of the House”
As you walk around the lake, you’ll come upon the totem called “In The Shadow of the House” by artist Andrew Lidgus. It’s a wonderfully calm place to sit and reflect.
The title of this piece comes from the novel “Siddharta” – the story of a young man and his journey through life. Ultimately finding the meaning of knowledge, love, wisdom, and peace in his spiritual quest. Each side of the totem showcases a building place which harbor the individual as well as family and friends. The home is where all life begins. It is the nucleus for community.”
While we’ve been antsy to leave home, home has in fact provided us a safe place during this pandemic. It was nice to sit and reflect on the importance of that. Makes you look at quarantine and “staying safe at home” orders a bit differently.
28. Relax on your last day with late check out.
Get the most out of your getaway with 2pm late check out. On our last day we slept in. The king sized pillow top mattress and the black out curtains make it tough to jump out of of bed.
We enjoyed coffee and tea from the Keurig and had breakfast in our balcony. We basically did a bit of nothing but chill in our beautiful guest room. In fact, I was ready to move in… This is a nice place to have socially distanced fun!
Disney Things To Do for Socially Distanced Fun.
As you can see, there’s plenty to do at Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek without ever leaving the property.
Not sure I’m ready for a Disney park visit when they reopen. Although the prospect of smaller crowds and their newly extended, modified version of the popular Food & Wine Festival are slightly appealing. If you must get your Disney fix, without the theme parks, Disney Springs is possibly a more socially distanced fun option.
29. A Visit To Disney Springs.
After our late check out, we headed to nearby Disney Springs to check out the shops and grab a bite. Many – not all – shops and restaurants are open and enforcing limited capacity requirements. Entrance is limited to access via the parking garage after getting your temperature checked. Star Wars Stormtroopers “nicely” remind you to socially distance. Crowds are smaller than usual.
Various restaurants have nice options for outdoor seating. You can have socially distanced fun at some of my favorites: Raglan Road, STK, Paddlefish, Terralina, Art Smith’s Homecomin’, Yesake, The Polite Pig and Wine Bar George.
Sit at Wine Bar George’s balcony for a fantasic brunch or get takeaway from The Basket. Their frozen wine cocktails are a must to beat the Summer heat.
Get a taste of local Orlando with BBQ and bourbon cocktails at The Polite Pig by acclaimed chefs James and Julie Petrakis.
We missed the live entertainment throughout the complex and that “life of the party” atmosphere. Happy to see House of Blues outdoor patio featuring a live band.
How Was My Staycation Amidst A Pandemic?
Aside from the many comments of “that looks like a ton of fun” and “wish I was there,” the questions I received most after my Ultimate Staycation posts on Instagram were: “Did you feel safe?” “Were you able to relax?” and “How did all the safety procedures impact your vacation?”
My answers were: Yes, I felt safe. Yes, I was able to relax and enjoy myself. And Yes, all the new procedures did impact my vacation.
Thoughts of the pandemic didn’t completely escape my mind. Being complacent is not a good thing regarding this virus. So, I was grateful for the gentle safety reminders.
While the resort has taken many precautions – in “the abundance of caution” – I did have to make sure I was taking responsibility for my actions. Socially distanced fun does not happen without making the right choices.
Making The Right Choices For Socially Distanced Fun.
How I chose to stay away from other guests. Remembering to wear my face mask. Being careful about touching surfaces. Washing my hands and not touching my face. These are all things that are not second nature. They require conscious effort.
This is the part of “we’re in this together” that may be elusive for some. We have to do our part.
After a few days I got really good at using my elbow to touch elevator buttons and push doors open. That bottle of hand sanitizer got used up!
I needed to be “out in the wild” if you will. To learn how to behave in this “new normal” world amidst a pandemic. How to vacation in this new world. The Wyndham Grand Orlando allowed a safe enjoyable space to do that in. Like a kid learning to ride a bike with training wheels, they allowed me to leave the safety of my home and go for fun relaxing ride. Socially distanced fun. Of course!
What’s Included in Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Ultimate Staycation Package?
The Ultimate Staycation package at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek includes a variety of amenities perfect for a solo, couple or family getaway.
- Waived Resort Fee
- Late check-out (2PM)
- Reserved pool lounge chairs for up to 4 people
- Welcome drink for 2 (valid at Back Bay or Bar 1521)
- Family night with an in-room movie of your choice and a goodie bag including assorted prepackaged popcorn, candy, bottle of wine, (2) bottles of Sierra Mist, (2) bottles of Pepsi and card a game.
Wyndham Grand Orlando allows you to “Book with Confidence” with flexible cancellation policies. You can learn more and book your stay on their website.
If you’re a Florida or Georgia resident take advantage of savings up to 20% off the best available rate.
I hope this post inspired you to take a fun socially distanced vacation when the time is right for you. Celebrate life and cross fun things off your someday list – while following all safety precautions and staying socially distanced during these challenging times. Go #MakeSomedayHappen one delicious bite, sip and trip a time.
Disclosure: This post is written in partnership with CK Mondavi and Family Wines. As always, all opinions are my own. I only share with you products and experiences I love to inspire you to get together with family and friends, celebrate life and go #MakeSomedayHappen one delicious bite, sip and trip at a time! To learn more about my guidelines, check out my disclosure policy. Cheers!