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Orlando, Florida

Hotels in Orlando

Hey guys,

I would like to hear about a good hotel in Orlando.

The hotel need to be close to the parks, not very exepensive but on the other hand a good hotel.

Also I would like to know if there is hotels with a special decoration from Disney?

Thank you in advance. 

3 Answers

answered by
Claudia from New York City

When visiting Disney parks, I prefer getting a Disney Resort Hotel. Disney has over 25 hotels for every budget.

I've stayed at the budget-friendly Disney's All-Star Music Resort and Disney's All-Star Sports Resort when my kids were little.

There are many benefits to staying at a Disney Resort hotel. You can find the list of benefits on their website:

I've also stayed at the condo-style family suites resort - Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort and Marriott's Orlando World Center. Both are close to Disney but there's no special Disney decor inside, since they're not Disney Resort hotels.

If I were to visit Orlando again, I would choose either the Four Seasons Orlando or Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.

Hope this info helps.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Disney's All-Star Music Resort (attraction)
  2. Disney's All-Star Sports Resort (hotel)
  3. Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort (hotel)

answered by
Kelly from Massachusetts

My family loves Disney's Art of Animation Resort which is a Disney hotel. Great food, shuttle buses to parks and free "drawing time" for the kids! It has three pools and you can hear music under the water in one of them!

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Disney's Art of Animation Resort (hotel)

answered first by

The Disney hotels with special Disney decorations that are not too high prices are the All Star Resorts. Disney's All-Star Sports Resort  Disney's All-Star Movies ResortDisney's All-Star Music ResortThey have prices as low as $99/day (plus of course tax). They have a small refrigerator in the room and a microwave. They have a shuttle to the parks (free), and a food court. 

I have also stayed in a Hampton Inn Orlando/Lake Buena Vistawhich has a free breakfast, coin op laundry and a shuttle to the parks but their prices are a little higher.  Once I also stayed in a condo which was farther away from the park and had no transportation, but it was a whole apartment but I don't remember what the name of it was.

There are a lot of really cheap places to stay around Disney, but I did pick a place once on the basis of price and found that they charged for local phone calls, for the internet and it was a dump.  I can't remember whether it was a Motel 8 or a Motel 6 but be careful about picking based on price alone.

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