Discover Best Western Hotels in Florida
With 90+ Best Western locations in Florida, wherever business travelers are headed, they're bound to find something new to have fun when they log off.
Florida’s diverse and vibrant regions cater to a wide range of interests, whether you’re craving ocean views, theme park thrills or cultural enrichment. From the family-friendly attractions of Orlando to the bustling nightlife of Miami to the sugar sand beaches of Sarasota, there’s a city in the Sunshine State that caters to the wants and needs of every bleisure or remote worker. We hope our guide to regional activities offers inspiration for how to spend your time offline.
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Florida’s Gulf Shore
Remote and bleisure workers who spend time in cities along Florida’s southwest shore—which hugs the Gulf of Mexico—are rewarded with laid-back vibes, breathtaking beach scenes and exciting cultural experiences. The region includes Tampa, loved for its museums; Naples, known for its calm waters and swanky shopping and dining; and Sarasota, a white sand paradise also known for its cultural attractions.
Florida for Baseball Enthusiasts
Spring in Florida offers an exciting opportunity for baseball enthusiasts to attend games that are part of the Grapefruit League’s Spring Training. 15 Major League Baseball teams are playing in 13 cities around Florida with games scheduled all the way through March. Check out the teams playing here and visit this guide to help plan your trip and add this fun activity to your itinerary.
Home to cities like Orlando and Kissimmee, central Florida offers an impressive roster of places to play, eat and stay. Because the region has tons of family-friendly sights and attractions, from theme parks to animal sanctuaries, the region is ideal for remote and bleisure workers with kids and young adults of all ages in tow.
Florida’s Southern Coast and Keys
A delightfully warm climate (the lows rarely dip below 60 degrees year-round). Soft sands flanked by blue waters. Access to Latin and Caribbean food and culture. These are just some of the characteristics that make cities on Florida’s southern coast and in the Florida Keys a coveted home base for remote and bleisure workers.