Lake Nona Wave Hotel Welcomes Bacán Restaurant

Lake Nona Wave Hotel, “the most technologically advanced hotel in the world,” is opening this fall and with it bringing an “unexpected” dining experience.
Lake Nona Wave Hotel Welcomes Bacán Restaurant
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Lake Nona Wave Hotel, located in Orlando’s Lake Nona community, self-describes as “the most technologically advanced hotel in the world.” The hotel, which uses smart-technology as well as a digital concierge, is situated minutes from Orlando International Airport and offers a luxurious stay for those looking to “re-charge the soul.”

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And what re-charges the soul better than a great meal? Lake Nona Wave Hotel has announced the addition of Bacán Restaurant, the hotel’s signature restaurant, which promises an “elevated yet approachable, innovative” experience with just a touch of the unexpected. While not many details have been revealed, the hotel restaurant will feature dishes influenced by the many flavors of the Americas. And the dining experience centers on the eatery’s open theater kitchen.

Lake Nona is already home to a host of bars and eateries, and the Town Center is a regional shopping and entertainment destination–its four million square-feet of retail space is certain to keep you occupied while you visit. And Bacán Restaurant will be there to revive you after a full day on the town.

While an exact date has yet to be announced, the hotel’s website says you should be able to stay and dine in luxury sometime this fall. Visit Lake Nona Wave Hotel’s website for more information.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.

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