The mansion in Osceola County is over 9,000 square feet, three stories tall, and can sleep 24 people comfortably.
Brevard County has a plan to help tourism boom again on the Space Coast. The county is pouring $16 million into building up its beaches.
Like much of Central Florida, the economy in Brevard County relies heavily on tourism. Officials there are hoping as the coronavirus vaccine becomes widely distributed, thousands will return to Space Coast beaches, cruise ships and rocket launch events.
There will be more than 70 dishes and 13 beverages for park guests around the globe.
Walt Disney World Resort is reporting a strong showing of tourists during the holiday season. The signs are hopeful for the thousands of workers who have been laid off since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Normally approximately half-a-million Canadian tourists flock to Central Florida. This year, the pandemic travel restrictions have kept many of the so-called snowbirds away.
The president of Brightline, the highspeed train connecting South Florida to Central Florida, says there are no planned stops for Universal Orlando or the Orange County Convention Center.
Carnival announced on Wednesday that there will be no cruises through the end of January 2021. This comes just as work has been completed at a new terminal at Port Canaveral.
Carnival has canceled November cruises out of Miami and Port of Canaveral.
Carnival Cruises previously canceled cruises from that all U.S. ports except for Port Canaveral and Miami for the rest of the year.
Cruise lines are docked right now but they are making plans to set sail soon. They have agreed to test all passengers and crew members for COVID-19. Royal Caribbean is running test cruises to prepare for reopening for business.
The new testing rule is 'effective immediately worldwide,' said a CLIA exec.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended its 'No Sail' order for cruise ships through October 31st.
Some businesses in the shadow of some of Orlando's larger theme parks are beginning to show signs of bouncing back after the coronavirus pandemic.
Tourism and travel have suffered from the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Carnival Cruise has announced it is selling 18 of its ships and will push back new cruises to 2021.
Guests can reportedly construct their own lightsaber, bringing it to life with the power of a kyber crystal.
Even though many businesses are operating at limited capacity in Orlando's tourist district, Labor Day crowds were a welcomed sight.
Many are planing to head to the beaches this weekend. Business owners say they can't wait and law enforcement officers are taking extra precautions to keep people safe.
Local businesses are hoping the hot weather will draw big crowds to the beaches this holiday weekend. It could be a make or break time for area businesses.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a huge chunk out of tourism revenue for the state. Now, a new promotional campaign will encourage Floridians to take a staycation.