You are less concerned with relaxing and more focused on getting to that business meeting on time without wrinkling your suit. Traveling to Orlando on business is a unique experience as travelers find themselves tempted by all of the attractions and entertainment options.
You will probably find yourself needing to conduct business during down time at your resort or hotel. Choose a resort that offers large suites with WiFi so that you have a separate living area to work in. Make sure that your accommodations has a great Bar & Grille to grab meals when you don’t have time to find somewhere to eat, as well as a meeting rooms in case you need to plan something last-minute.
Nothing will ruin your day faster than being stuck on an airplane when your Phone or Tablet runs out of battery. Make sure all electronic items get a full charge the day before you leave so that you will have plenty of juice to get you through your flights and layovers. Pack all of your chargers just in case.
Passports, Photo ID’s, and booking confirmations are all things that you will need frequently when traveling. Keep them someplace handy so you don’t find yourself searching through luggage each time that you need one.
After all, you are spending time in one of the most-visited travel destinations in the world! Take a later flight and spend the afternoon at one of the theme parks or exploring some of the incredible shopping. Remember to pack some comfortable clothing for this!
Pack items that don’t wrinkle easily or that don’t require extensive ironing. You never know when you might spill coffee on your favorite shirt, so pack items that can mix and match easily with one another in case you need to make a quick change.