Right on the heels of its $207 million renovation the Citrus Bowl, while still hosting the signature annual events longtime fans of each have come to expect, it's also the home of the top-ranked Orlando City Soccer Club and the host of high-energy college football match-ups, neutral-site NFL games, epic events like the Monster Jam and world-renowned performers, like the Rolling Stones. Consequently, the surrounding properties are enjoying an uptick in business. Which should you consider booking? For luxe weekend stays, consider the Grand Bohemian with its world-class dining, posh piano bar and mouthwatering Sunday brunch. For sleek, hip and more affordable overnights, the Aloft Orlando Downtown may be more up your alley. Budget-minded options abound, as well. Case in point, the Best Western Orlando West, which sits closest of all to the Citrus Bowl while offering wallet-friendly stays in clean surrounds. Other options bring with them convenience for exploring not only downtown Orlando, but its other charming neighborhoods – such as College Park, Ivanhoe Village – as well. Those looking for a city-centric stay may delight in the EO Inn, where Lake Eola Park sits right across the street and an on-site spa will pedicure those explorer's feet and prime them for your Citrus Bowl event, whatever it may be.