Lower Prices

Reserving with our parking lots can save you up to 70% compared to on-location parking.

Easy Transportation

Most lots are close to the airport. Shuttles run frequently to take you to the airport & back.

Parking Security

You will have a guaranteed spot with your reservation. Your car will be parked safely for your entire trip.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

Our special promotions save you money when you stay 7 days or more!

Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

All MCO Airport Parking Lots

Trust Services Van Corp (MCO)
Excellent(4.9, 38 Reviews)
5.3 miles from MCO
Free Shuttle
FLEX Rent A Car and Airport Parking
Excellent(4.9, 125 Reviews)
3.1 miles from MCO
Free Shuttle
Park 'N Go (MCO)
Excellent(4.8, 6422 Reviews)
3.6 miles from MCO
Free Shuttle
Holiday Inn Orlando-International Airport
Excellent(4.8, 20 Reviews)
2.5 miles from MCO
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MCO Airport Parking Summary
Number of options:15
Nearest to MCO:Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel
Most popular:Park 'N Go (MCO)
Alternative options:MCO Hotel + Parking Package

Top Hotels Near MCO with Long Term Parking Packages

Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel
Excellent(4.7, 62 Reviews)
2.2 miles from MCO
Airport Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

When you're flying out of Orlando International Airport and would like to spend the night near the airport the day before your trip, the Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel is a perfect option. The hotel offers a ton of amen... read more

Fairfield Inn by Marriott Orlando Airport
Excellent(4.8, 29 Reviews)
2.5 miles from MCO
Package Includes Parking
Airport Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

Located just 2.5 miles from the airport, the Fairfield Inn By Marriott Orlando Airport is your perfect ParkSleepFly location. Just minutes from the Orlando International Airport, the hotel is also convenient to the many at... read more

Sleep Inn & Suites Orlando International Airport
Great(4, 470 Reviews)
1.5 miles from MCO
Package Includes Parking
Free Cancellation

Sleep Inn & Suites Orlando Florida Airport Hotel offers pre-flight accommodations for travelers coming through Orlando (MCO). Rooms come equipped with coffeemakers, irons/ironing boards and hairdryers. Microwaves and ref... read more

Orlando (MCO) Airport Guide

If you're looking for some of the best long-term parking rates at Orlando International Airport (MCO), then look no further than ParkSleepFly.com. Book your Orlando Airport parking in advance and avoid paying extra at the airport. Plus, there's no need to worry about paying extra fees for cancellations on our website. That's right, all cancellations are absolutely free.

Anyone planning on spending extra time at the Orlando Airport should seriously think about booking a Park Sleep Fly package deal. People who book these incredible deals get convenient shuttle transportation, a comfortable room at an airport hotel, and, of course, exceptional MCO Airport parking service.


What Travelers Love About MCO

Orlando is one of the top tourist destinations on planet earth, so you'd better believe MCO experiences serious tourist traffic. In fact, current estimates show that around 40 million people pass through MCO every year. That makes MCO one of the busiest airports in the USA. Luckily for you, there are tons of conveniences in this international airport that will help you make a smooth transition from the terminals into sunny O-Town.

First off, there are two TSA pre-check points to help you skip the line. Most people who travel through here say the TSA agents are very friendly and that it doesn't take too long to get through screening lines. There are extremely convenient (and fun!) trams that connect the two terminals as well as a wide variety of sit-down and budget dining options. Since a majority of people traveling here are going straight to Walt Disney World, MCO has a dedicated bus service that will take you straight to your magical hotel. To find out more about this special Walt Disney World bus service, please look into Disney's Magical Express.


What Travelers Don't Like About MCO

MCO's bathrooms get rather low ratings from online reviewers. Many tourists complain that the bathrooms in this international airport are not well maintained and are seriously out of date.

Another common complaint about MCO is the lack of seating around the terminals. Don't be surprised if you see a bunch of people standing around here even during slower times.

Although the trams are extremely smooth and convenient when they're up and running, some people have complained that the trams often breakdown. If you're unfortunate enough to be in MCO when the trams breakdown, this can seriously mess up your travel itinerary.

As a final note, some travelers complain that the line in Terminal A's Starbucks is always inordinately long. If you're rushing through and want to pick up a quick cappuccino, you most likely won't be able to do make it in Terminal A.


Where To Shop And Eat In MCO

Probably the best thing to do while waiting around in MCO is visit the themed shops. All of Orlando's major theme parks have special stores you'll only find in MCO. For example, you'll find a Disney EarPort store, a Universal Studios store, a SeaWorld shop, and a Kennedy Space Center store. Any bikers reading this article will definitely want to check out MCO's Harley Davidson store before getting on their flight.

Feel like sitting down for a nice meal? You'll find plenty of options in MCO. A few luxury restaurants you could choose from include Hemisphere and McCoy's Bar & Grill. There's even a spa here designed to help you de-stress before continuing on your journey.


Why Is It Called MCO?

Many people wonder why Orlando's major international airport has the official code MCO. To answer this question, we briefly have to explore the history of this major American airport. During World War II, the area that's now MCO was called McCoy Air Field Base and served the purpose of training America's finest fighter pilots. After WWII, McCoy AFB was transformed to a Strategic Air Command for the Cold War. It wasn't until 1975 that this base became the international airport we know today. When officials chose an airport code for Orlando International back in the mid-70s, they decided to use MCO as a reminder McCoy's legacy.

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