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Autograph Collection Debuts Newest Luxury Hotel in Orlando, Florida

Bavarian Castle-Inspired Hotel Highlights Art, Music, Cuisine and Culture

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/14 -- On October 17, 2013, The Kessler Collection welcomed the newest addition to its already chic family -- the Castle Hotel, Autograph Collection. This Orlando, FL hotel on International Drive joins the group's growing collection of boutique properties, which span the country from coast to coast.

Located in the heart of Orlando on the famed International Drive, the hotel offers a modern interpretation of a European-style castle, swathed in glimmering textiles and colorful art, and adorned by ornate glass gates, stately castle spires and sparkling chandeliers. Within its Bavarian-inspired walls, guests are immersed in art, music, cuisine and culture, with a stay that reflects the unique character of every property in the Autograph Collection.

"We're honored to distinguish another Kessler Collection property with the highly respected Autograph Collection brand," Richard C. Kessler, chairman and CEO of The Kessler Collection, says. "As a proud partner in the original launch of the Autograph Collection, we're delighted to continue growing this distinct independent hotel portfolio, and look forward to sharing the Castle Hotel's ornate and captivating atmosphere through the collection's outstanding global exposure and award-winning guest loyalty program."

The Orlando boutique hotel places guests in the midst of Orlando's most popular attractions, from championship golf to theme parks, and is just steps from shopping, entertainment and dining. An evening can be enjoyed at the hotel's Antlers Lounge, offering hand-crafted cocktails late into the night, or watching the area's nightly fireworks display from the window of one's stylish guest room. For a delicious meal in a serene setting, choose a poolside seat at Garden Bistro & Bar. Continue along a path of relaxation with a treatment, or two, at Poseidon Spa.

The castle-chic ambience is carried into this luxury Orlando hotel's suites and guest rooms, where pops of color and intricate headboards serve as a canvas for amenities including a 37-inch HDTV, coffeemaker, Wi-Fi and pillow-top mattress.

For more information or to make a reservation at the Castle Hotel, please visit www.CastleHotelOrlando.com, or call 407-345-1511 or toll-free 855-696-4727.

About the Castle Hotel
The newest addition to the luxury Kessler Collection, the AAA Four Diamond Castle Hotel brings a taste of European elegance to Orlando's International Drive. Modeled after a Bavarian castle, the boutique hotel features ornate glass gates, stately spires, colorful art, sparkling chandeliers and glimmering textiles. Each of the 214 guest rooms is outfitted with regally inspired furnishings and upscale comforts including a pillow-top mattress, 37-inch HDTV, coffeemaker, in-room dining and Wi-Fi. The hotel puts guests within walking distance of shopping, dining and entertainment, and offers its own attractive amenities including a heated outdoor swimming pool, spa, fitness center, sophisticated bar-lounge, steakhouse and poolside restaurant. Conveniently located near the Orlando International Airport and the Orange County Convention Center, the Castle Hotel is a top choice for meetings and events, and offers 8,400 square feet of Orlando conference space, including richly adorned ballrooms and boardrooms.

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