Bohemian Hotel Celebration, Autograph Collection
What We Love
- Views of the turtles and alligators sunning themselves along Lake Rianhard
- Live music each night on the Lakeside Terrace
- The heated outdoor pool
What To Know
- There’s no spa on-site, but a free shuttle ferries guests to the Celebration Day Spa
- Rooms overlooking Lake Rianhard are quieter than those facing Celebration
- The resort parking lot costs $10 overnight; there is free parking in a lot across the street
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
It’s only eight miles from Walt Disney World, but this 115-room member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection is full of grown-up delights, with nature trails for hiking by day to an on-site gallery showcasing local artists. Adventurers can arrange for the “Fish Tales” experience, six hours of guided bass fishing on Lake Toho. Come dinnertime, local celebrity chef Jason Shenefield serves up his lump crab and herb dip, signature cast iron jambalaya, and black angus filet mignon at the Bohemian Bar and Grill.
In the Area
One of the main reasons tourists come to Celebration is because it’s less than a fifteen minute drive to the Walt Disney World collection of four megaresorts, including The Magic Kingdom and Epcot Center, while serving as a respite from the manic theme parks. But the town itself is still sprinkled with Disney magic, as it’s part of a planned community with pastel shops where it “snows” soap bubbles once an hour. Still, it’s not all Mickey Mouse adventures here. Naturalists can also get in on the action, by hiking, bass fishing in Lake Toho in nearby Kissimmee, or golfing at the Celebration Golf Club.
How to Get There
Very nice hotel within walking distance to Performing Arts Center.
Very good restaurant for pre-theater dinner.
Friendly and helpful staff.
The valet parking gets crowded but still reasonable wait times for drop off.
We stayed here for 2 nights as a stopover between Orlando airport and Sarasota. Although expensive, I picked this hotel from earlier experience having stayed on a business conference in 2000.
I remember the charm, quality and service from 2000, when I think the hotel was privately owned, possibly by Disney Corp. The building and rooms were as I remember them, but it has definitely lost some of its charm. Also, the service was average.
We only stayed for 2 nights and had breakfast both days. We ate dinner at the Celebration Town Inn. The food for breakfast was good, let down by the service.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay, the hotel was good and the setting is special. Unfortunately it did not quite live up to my memories from 2000.
What another Beautiful stay at this property!!
My husbands first stay here with me and he loved it!!
Staff is amazing... thank you again Ron for the wonderful accommodations.
Banquet staff was great.
Unfortunately food was so so ☹️