Orlando was just recently named the No. 1 "Hot Spot" for travel. Why? Massive expansions at the city's world-famous theme parks are ongoing and it's shopping, dining and of course – hotel presence – is industriously following suit. Travelers are getting more sophisticated, as well, looking to squeeze as much joy out of where they stay as what they do while they're in town. As such, our 10Best round-up of Orlando properties features brand names closely associated with luxury, such as Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton and Waldorf Astoria, three famous names whose reputations precede them. And while business travelers may seek out Orange County Convention Center-convenient properties such as the Hyatt Regency Orlando or Rosen Shingle Creek, they'll find these properties hardly lack for family- or fun-centric amenities. Orlando's hospitality professionals want guests to sit and stay awhile, and with features that include celebrity chef-helmed restaurants, incredible world-class golf and sprawling oases that encompass opulent adults-only pools with safe and sparkling on-site water parks for kids of all ages to enjoy, parents will find it takes little effort to convince the kids to skip the parks for a day of refreshing down time at their resort of choice. Similarly, with cultural expansion at an all-time high downtown, those looking to catch a show at the new Dr. Phillip Center for the Performing Arts or a game or concert at the Amway Center will find a luxe haven at the beautiful Grand Bohemian.