If the myriad couples who choose Walt Disney World as a destination for their weddings, honeymoons and anniversary vacations aren't enough to convince you that Orlando is a more-than-viable locale for romance travel, consider some of the luxury brands that have set up shop around town. For example, Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton are so sure that theme parks help kindle the fire, they've built their sumptuous resorts in the virtual shadow of Cinderella's castle. But don't think Universal Orlando Resort has left the romance game to Mickey. Their elegant, opulent Loews Portofino Bay Hotel gives guests an express pass to fun at their parks and an Italian Riviera-themed playground to explore when they're through riding the roller coasters. Downtown Orlando's grande dame, the magnificent Grand Bohemian, is a world away from the parks, of course, with its cosmopolitan locale and sensibility and not far away, the Courtyard at Lake Lucerne offers bed-and-breakfast aficionados a cozier, more personal stay amid its fragrant gardens. Over in Winter Park, the Park Avenue-ensconced Alfond Inn gives this tony suburb a large property from which guests can explore the Avenue's copious shops, galleries, museums and bistros with no need for a rental car.