Map, Parking + Transportation
Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
Park your car at MCO Airport easily when you stay at Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. The only hotel located inside the airport between A & B Terminals offers discounted Self-parking & Valet for guests (VALID ONLY ON STAY DATE). Discounted Self-parking rate is not valid for guest using EPass/Sunpass lines.
Hotel Valet Parking: Follow the signs to Terminal B North Exit and you will find the hotel main entrance on Jeff Fuqua Blvd.
Hotel Self-Parking: Follow the signs to Terminal B Self-Parking Garage. Once inside the garage from Level 3 follow Row C to Terminal Top Level 4. Hotel Main Entrance is on Level 4. Bellman assistance can be requested by dialing 52 at the main entrance.
Oversized Vehicles / Electric and Hybrid Cars
Parking for oversized vehicles is available in the Blue Satellite Parking lots and will no longer be accommodated in the surface parking lot adjacent to the Terminal B Garage Parking. Oversized vehicles include vehicles higher than 7'0" and / or longer than 20 feet in length. RV Parking is available in oversized vehicle parking.
Electric and Hybrid Cars
Twenty one parking stalls and nine charging stations are provided for electric and hybrid cars. They are located on level P2 in both the A Self-Parking and B Self-Parking garages of the Orlando International Airport.
Note: Any Hyatt guest with E-pass / Sunpass should not enter through the E pass / Sunpass lanes. You must pick up a ticket and exit through regular ticketed lanes in order to receive the hotel parking rates. No refunds will be issued if guest uses E-pass / Sunpass Lane to pay for parking.
Terminal C -TRAIN STATION
The Train Station consists of approximately 1.3 million square feet of terminal space accommodating the Terminal Link (APM) Station and up to three regional rail systems (SunRail commuter rail, BrightLine inter-city rail, and possibly a third system serving the International Drive/Convention Center area). It will also support ground transportation activity including taxis, shuttle buses and public bus operations.
SunRail currently operates over a 49 mile system with 16 stations through Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties, and a bus link to MCO. The direct rail link to MCO is a priority for the City of Orlando and the airport, and although no date has been published, it is part of the future development plans for SunRail.
Brightline is already operating in South Florida and is expected to extend service to MCO in 2023, offering service to W. Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami city centers. Additional stops are also planned for Boca Raton and Aventura.