Orange Court Hotel
The Orange Court Hotel was a historic Spanish Revival Orlando hotel constructed in 1924. It was demolished in 1990. The hotel features on historic postcards and is depicted in a mural in downtown Orlando. It was located at 650 North Orange Avenue. G.A. Miller of Tampa constructed the building on a design by architect G. Lloyd Preacher of Atlanta. The hotel had 275 rooms, vine-covered balconies around a Spanish garden with more than 500 varieties of tropical plants, and a small orange grove where guests could pick fruit. The hotel was one of the first in Orlando with a steam-heated swimming pool.
- Steve Rajtar  page 154 A Guide to Historic Orlando
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