Sunstyle Suites Orlando

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

7209 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, Florida, 32809, United States
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Costs 33% less but rated 23% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families12
  • Couples60
  • Solo42
  • Business16

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Forum Posts

best time to go

by laurastokes

what is the best time to go to florida when the queus wont be as long got a 3 yr old and heard that you can queue to go on big rides and they let one parent on as other waits with kid but dnt wana be waiting in big long queus is end sept start of oct good time to go?

Re: best time to go

by Donna_in_India

Mid-October is a good time to go. Early October can still be a little hot.

Re: best time to go

by Donna_in_India

Just avoid Columbus Day weekend.

Re: best time to go

by laurastokes

when is columbus day?

Re: best time to go

by Durfun

Columbus Day holiday was on Monday 11th October.

Re: best time to go

by Donna_in_India

Since end Sept/start Oct has already passed, I assume you mean 2011? Columbus Day will be on Monday October 10th in 2011.

Re: best time to go

by goodfish

Try to use Fastpasses for the rides with the longest lines. This will allow you to reserve a time, and you don't have to wait as long. They only allow you so many of them so use them wisely! Here's some info on how to get them and how they work:

http://www.fodors.com/news/story_3596.html

Re: best time to go

by goodfish

Here's some better info on Fastpass from the Disney website. This lists which attractions offer Fastpass, and more about how it works. It appears passes for the hottest attractions go very quickly (and only so many are offered per day) so I'd hightail it to those attractions first thing in the morning to get your pass. You can also only hold one Fastpass at a time. Anyway, see the link:

http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/guest-services/fast-pass/

Re: best time to go

by Donna_in_India

Attendance-wise mid-October is one of the least busiest times of the year. No need for a Fast Pass. Avoid October 28th-31st since that will be Halloween weekend. Your 3 year-old might like to have a meal with the Disney characters - lots of fun. Check the Disney website for the venues and characters.

Re: best time to go

by goodfish

Yup, only use Fastpass if needed. At least it's free so if you DO run into a long line at one of the listed attractions, it's an option. And it doesn't cost anything.

And unless I'm misunderstanding, you mean all 3 of you waiting in line for one adult to ride something while the other waits with the child? Why doesn't the parent with the child take that opportunity to go rest someplace while waiting for the other parent? Or do you mean BOTH of you will ride the ride but are trading off so that one of you is with the child?

Re: best time to go

by Donna_in_India

Yes sorry, Kate is correct. It is free. I think there's a charge for Universal's.

Re: best time to go

by goodfish

>cant believe I just admitted that...<

LOL, Linda! :)

Re: best time to go

by toemayn

Just after spring break(April)although Oct. is pretty good too.

Travel Tips for Orlando

Free things to do at Walt Disney World

by TheTravelSlut

I can't think of one thing--only many things to do here and I wrote a few down:

Go to the Contemporary Resort and to the California Grill on the 14th floor about a half hour before the fireworks start at Magic Kingdom. You have to go to either the 2nd or the 4th floor to catch an express elevator to the restaurant. Tell the check-in desk that you don’t have reservations but are going to the California Grill for drinks (you really don’t have to buy any) and to watch the fireworks. This is the tallest building in Disney and they have large windows and also two outdoor viewing walkways --- one on each side of the restaurant) that overlook a vast area. You can view the fireworks over the Magic Kingdom – for free-- and actually have a more unique view than many of the people inside the park! You don’t even have to buy anything at the California Grill although their martinis are quite nice.

Go to the Wilderness Lodge – check out the lobby – they usually have a wonderful gingerbread house collection during the holidays. Then go outside – to the pool area, and follow the sidewalk down to the geyser area

Downtown Disney is free as well as Pleasure Island now. Park at one end of the parking lot) and walk all of the shops. There is a Lego store that has an outside play area with tables & chairs and all sorts of legos that the children can just play with as long as they want. The stores are awesome – all child friendly – toys, candy and clothes.

All of Disney’s Resorts will be decorated for the seasonal Christmas-time holidays, so resort-hop just to look at the beautiful special themed decorations. Just visiting the grand lobbies and their gift shops can be sensory overload for the children.

Just about anyplace near a theme park or Downtown Disney will provide nice viewing of fireworks displays at night.

If you are at WDW during January, you can watch the annual Disney marathon like I did this year for friends from England who asked that I take a “Flat Stanley” with me. Going to WDW takes you away from the "real" world--even if it is for a short time and it takes you into a world of wonder, a world of fun, and a world of imagination & dreams. One thing I do enjoy is the monorail for a great overview of part of WDW.

You don’t have to stay on property to be able to take the Disney transportation system (most people don’t know this). You can ride the boats, monorail, buses etc. but have to access this free transportation from a Disney resort. Every Disney resort has a gatehouse with security as a security precaution. Just tell the guard that you are “meeting friends” inside, checking out the resort for future stays or are going to eat at one of the resort restaurants. They will jask for picture ID (driver’s license) – just show it --and then drive inside to the self-parking area.

The monorail also goes right thru the lobby (on the 4th floor) of the Contemporary Resort. Stand in line, then get on the monorail and ride it around to two other resorts – The Grand Floridian and Polynesian Village - getting on & off – to go inside each of those resorts to see their Christmas decorations during the holidays. Kids will think it’s an “adventure” just to take the monorail ride & it’s free!

Also, you can ride the monorail to the stop at Epcot Center. It runs above parts of Epcot so you can see how large Epcot & the World Showcase really are. To get to Epcot from the Contemporary resort monorail station you need to ride the monorail to the monorail transportation center (on the way to Polynesian and Grand Floridian resorts). You will need to disembark and then board the monorail that only goes to Epcot

obviously, viist Epcot. This...

by mytravels

obviously, viist Epcot. This is definitely a multi-cultural park; where else, can you visit (and spend time in) several countries in one day? Also visited Animal Safari Kingdom. The laser/light show at Epcot, and the animal 'safari' at Animal Safari Kingdom

Purchasing tickets

by Dabs

You can purchase tickets online for a slight extra cost for shipping and handling. I thought we could buy ours at our resort but they said for the one day tickets that they would just give us a voucher that we had to redeem. We kept seeing very long lines at the ticket booths at EPCOT and at the monorail transfer point so we waited until we got to the Magic Kingdom and I spotted a credit card purchase machine with no line right next to the Will Call which was also selling tickets. It was a bit later in the day though (around 11:30), it may be busier earlier in the day.

Feeding or not?

by Valentina777

Never feed wild alligators!!!
It is illegal to feed alligators in the wild. If you feed an alligator in the wild, you are putting other people at risk and probably condemning the alligator to death. You also risk jail times and expensive fines by Florida law.

Packing List

by wbozic

It rains almost every day in the afternoon about 3-5pm. Sometimes the rains are heavy. Wear a hat and clothes that can get wet. (Lately we've had a bad drought)

Even on a cloudy day you WILL get sunburned. Be careful and use plenty of lotion. You'll get a 'Florida Tan' without trying, so use a high SPF (Sun Protection Factor)lotion and enjoy more days in the Sunshine State. Bring ALOE for sunburns. Get it and your High SPF at home as the tourist prices in Orlando are outrageous.
'Bullfrog brand SPF 36 or 45' is our favorite, because it is waterproof and lasts a long time. Buy your film at home, especially if you want to use the underwater single use cameras.

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