Located at 30 South Magnolia Avenue is a three-story building constructed by Edward Kuhl and James Delaney over 130 years ago. After miraculously surviving the 1884 fire, which destroyed neighboring businesses including The Reporter, Orlando's first newspaper, the building became the home to the town's first local post office. Later one of Orlando’s premier musicians of the day, Harry Alexander Newell, taught music on the third floor, right where we gather today. Later Dr. James Nixon Butt purchased this building and moved in his medical practice. After hosting Kincaid Carpentry, then Johnson Electric, the building was purchased for 26,000 dollars in 1933, and took on the familiar name of MATHERS FURNITURE store. In the 1980s, extensive renovations to the building were needed. After rising from the ashes, it was appropriately named THE PHOENIX BUILDING. Other known tenants have included Arnold's Grocery Store, the Knights of Pythias, and a drug store soda fountain. Today, beneath the original exposed wood-trust ceiling, our guests add to our building's history of over 140 years! We continue to believe in celebrating our future without forgetting about our past; So together let's make history!
Celine is a multifaceted entertainment venue where guest satisfaction, service, and safety are the top priorities.
Want to enjoy a night out? An evening out at Celine will showcase weekly Djs, curated events, and live performances. Celine’s interior décor sets the stage for a setting of amplified energy, while the rooftop lounge, a more intimate atmosphere. Combined together Celine creates a perfectly balanced environment to enjoy an evening out.
Want to host a private event? Whether planning an event for 75 or 1500, Celine Entertainment Venue has the perfect space custom-built for every type of event. Located in the heart of downtown Orlando, Celine offers a variety of luxury spaces for more personal, intimate events. Celine offers an elevated stage, four full-service bars, and ample seating while each space has a distinctive décor that will accommodate all types of events from corporate banquets and receptions to weddings and meetings.
We look forward to hosting you for any of your entertainment needs.
The Robinson building was built in 1884 for Florida’s state chemist: Norman Robinson. His work inspired us to create a cocktail room that stood out and did things differently. Our ethos is to push the boundaries in our local cocktail culture. By sourcing obscure ingredients and new technologies we tip-toe the line between molecular gastronomy and a laid-back music-oriented space. We want to challenge people’s palates with our experimental techniques while maintaining a playful and approachable west-coast vibe. We are a bastion for the avant-garde. A beacon for the adventurous soul.
By offering the ultimate VIP experience, a high energy atmosphere, and infusing entertainment alongside it’s resident and guest DJ’s, TIER has redefined nightlife for all of Orlando. With over 10,000 square feet of party space, TIER sets the stage for the ultimate nightlife experience that Orlando has to offer. Ground level club goers arrive to an open atmosphere, saturated with the thick music setups of our unmatched sound systems and bathed in the lasers, lights, and the glow of premier club artistry. The birds eye view design throughout the nightclub gives guests a great view of the celebrities, VIPs, and Orlando’s most beautiful crowd.
TIER features open format music during its six nights, Tuesday through Sunday, and offers VIP tables, private skyboxes, five full-service bars and a lavish main dance floor to dance the night away! TIER is also open for special events and is able to be booked for rental on off-nights. At TIER, we offer exceptional bottle service, embellished dance space, and exclusive booth seating to our VIP guests. We embolden our guests to get close and experience TIER……. Another Level of Nightlife!
An intimate historic retreat, the Courtyard at Lake Lucerne is the perfect getaway tucked in a charming garden setting in the heart of downtown Orlando. Walking distance to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Perform Arts, Church St., Lake Eola, Camping World Stadium, and downtown Orlando Amway and Camping World Stadium are a few minutes drive away. Church St, Lake Eola, and downtown Orlando are just blocks away.
Guests may enjoy the garden, walk around Lake Lucerne just steps from the Inn, or explore the Lake Cherokee Historic District. The beauty of Old Orlando's streetscaped avenues may be strolled or enjoyed by the city's free bus system that runs through downtown daily.
There are many area attractions including: Disney World, Universal Orlando, Sea World, and Winter Park. All just 20-25 minutes away.