- Reviews: 16
Disney's Fort Wilderness...
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground!
Prices range from US$230 to US$300 a night. Average for a Magic Kingdom resort, but not cheap.
Only place in Disney where you can camp or stay in a cabin. Camping can either be in a tent or in a motorhome (no pullthroughs, sorry). The cabins are pretty secluded (no one stomping above your head. Best for a relaxed or secluded time at Disney. If you will be at the parks all day, you will get frustrated by the transportation. Cabins also have full kitchen and can sleep 6. 4 in the bedroom and two in the living room.
- Reviews: 17
There are some great hotels in...
There are some great hotels in Orlando. And the prices vary widely. Of course the nicer ones are more expensive, but it is worth it.
You pay anywhere from $150 to $200 a night. But if you are on vacation, it is nice to stay somewhere great. The closer into town you stay it is cheaper, and like I said you are getting what you pay for.
I am new to this website, and I am putting info in the wrong places. :) All hotels above have pools, game rooms, everything you need as a tourist. And if you are here for the parks, these hotels make things convenient. **A little known fact...if you are staying at a Disney Resort, they WILL transport you to a Universal Park if you ask. They do not advertise this, but it is done.**
- Reviews: 1
Disney Resorts/Laquinta(outside of Disney)
The Disney All Star resorts were around 79.00 a night when we stayed.
We normally stay in one of the less expensive of the Disney Resorts. Right now they have several. any of the All Star Resorts are pretty decent Prices and not too far away from what some of the other resorts are charging outside of Disney. Plus if you are inside of Disney you get to use their transportation system, which is very nice.
- Reviews: 4
The Wyndham in Downtown Disney...
The Wyndham in Downtown Disney is a great place to stay but it has great staff and The 27-acre Wyndham Palace Resort & Spa in the Downtown Disney area features 1,014 spacious guest rooms and suites, nine restaurants and lounges, including the award-winning Arthur's 27 and a wealth of recreational offerings, making it one Flordia's most complete destination resorts. All rooms feature a private balcony, or patio, mini-bar, king or two queen beds, and telephones with voice mail.
Guest Room From$149-$289 From $199-$398
Suite From $229-$598 From $279-$718
Complimentary transportation to Disney Theme Parks, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, and Pleasure Island every 30 minutes.
Arthur's 27: Every evening, guests can experience this restaurant’s 5-star continental cuisine, while taking in its magnificent 27-story views.
Watercress Café & Pastry Shop: Not only can guests dine casually by the lake for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, but kids can experience the thrill of the Sunday Disney Character Breakfast Buffet.
The Outback Restaurant: Enjoy Florida’s freshest steaks and seafood specialties in an Australian-themed setting.
Castaway Grill Pool Snack Bar, Courtyard Mini Market: Grab a quick snack or a simple meal at one of these convenient eateries.
Laughing Kookaburra Good Time Bar: With live entertainment and dancing, this is a great place for guests to take a break. Don’t miss our daily happy hour specials and appetizers.
Lobby Lounge: Enjoy your favorite cocktail, wine or champagne alongside the charming melodies of a live piano.
Top of the Palace Lounge: This bar serves a diverse selection of cocktails and fine wines every evening. On the weekends, guests delight at its live entertainment.
Shipwrecked Pool Bar: You don’t have to leave the pool to enjoy your favorite refreshing tropical drink.
Room Service: Or just relax in the room, where our responsive staff can bring you a wide variety of delectable possibilities. 24-hours a day.
Authentic spa cuisine is available on all menus.
Specials & Packages:
The current specials and deals for the Wyndham Palace Resort & Spa in the Walt Disney World® Resort include:
Bed & Breakfast
Year-Round 'Kids Stuff' activity program.
- Reviews: 3267
Besides the hotels that the...
Besides the hotels that the attractionparks offer (pretty expensive) the surroundings of Orlando is filled with motels, hotels and other commercial ways of staying. In this case the commerce has created such a competative battle that the prices are under constant pressure and thus low. A concentration of varieting priced and quality-motels, near to the attractionparks, can be found at Kissimee.
- Reviews: 3
Dolphin Hotel: Fantastic Location
We had a great stay in the Dolphin side of the Swan and Dolphin hotel. The room easily accomodated our family of 5 and through obtaining a 40 per cent discount (check their website for offers), this accomodation was more affordable than staying in a Disney property. This is a truly luxurious hotel and I never thought that I would be able to afford to stay here. It is in a fantastic location on the boardwalk. You can walk to both Epcot and Hollywood Studios and enjoy leisurely evenings on the Boardwalk watching the street entertainers. This gives you a little more freedom as you are not tied to waiting for Disney transportation even though this is available to guests of this hotel. Taxis are available on demand at the hotel lobby. Hotel residents also qualify for Disney's Extra Magic Hours which is a big benefit. The hotel has a good pool area and beach. You can lay on the beach and see the Epcot ball! This also means that you can watch the Epcot Fireworks from this area. The buffet breakfast was excellent as were the milkshakes at the ice cream bar. They were a little expensive but good for a holiday treat!
We had the most amazing view from our room which looked out in the direction of Hollywood Studios. We could see the Tower of Terror and the cliff that Mickey Mouse stands on in the Fantasmic show. So if we were in our room at 10pm we would draw back the curtains and watch the Fantasmic fireworks and look out for Mickey at the end of the show.
- Reviews: 1
Holiday Inn Lake Buena Vista, Fl: Great Hotel for Disney/Seaworld vacation
We visited Disney May 2-6 this year with a 9 yr old. Presonally we found the parkhopper to be a waste of money. One day in each park is quite enough. The longest lines were for character pictures. We stayed at Animal kingdom for 4 nights and it was very nice but expensive. The Disney hotels are huge and there is too much walking to get from one place to another. We would not stay again. Disney transportion is great but some of the hotels outside disney have free transportation to and from the disney parks if you do not want to drive and they are very nice and reasonably priced. We also have stayed at Holiday Inn express in Lake Vista (very close to everything) and it was great clean with comfortable beds plus a great pool with a slide thru a waterfall and hot breakfast! I lucked up and got a great deal thru expedia. ( $67 including tax ) I have many suggestions on restaurants in that area and inside the disney parks too if you are interested.
Tip: I found tourguidemike.com and mouseears.com helpful
The pool is beautiful but a little small. However it was not crowded when we were there.
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