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50thisyeartoo!
09-17-2005, 10:33 PM
:earsgirl: Help, we're looking at a conference in Orlando the last part of March. There are so many hotels there...I would love to stay at a Disney Hotel...any suggestions for our trip? Thanks so much in advance. :cheer2:

canwegosoon
09-18-2005, 12:31 AM
Is the compay paying or are you paying? Dolphin/Swan are business suited hotels!!! :sunny:

50thisyeartoo!
09-18-2005, 12:34 AM
Our conference is going to be at the SHERATON WORLD RESORT...is that anywhere near DisneyWorld?

canwegosoon
09-18-2005, 12:47 AM
Was not on the recommended lists of Mousesavers or Allearsnet...but perhaps they cater to business conferences.. found this http://www.guide2usf.com/sheraton_world_resort.htm
Hope you have a good time! :sunny:

cinderkellee
09-18-2005, 01:46 AM
50thisyeartoo! -
Each hotel has there own unique qualities. It really depends on whether or not you will be paying for the hotel and how much you want to spend a night if you are. The deluxe hotels are pretty pricey and sometimes it is just not worth it to be paying so much money when you are just sleeping there.
I have mostly stayed at the moderate and value Disney hotels (although I have been to some of the deluxe hotels) and think that they are the best all around. Overall, they have the best food courts offering a wide variety, which to me is very important. My personal favorite is Port Orleans - Riverside which is a moderate hotel. A word of advice, if you stay there definately have dinner at the in house restaurant, Boat Wrights, they have a great pot roast. The All Star Hotels are also good. Just because you stay at one hotel does not mean you can't go to another hotel for breakfast/dinner or to just check it out. Speaking of breakfast, definately go to Kona Cafe at the Polynesian they have the best eggs I have ever tasted!!!!
Hope this helps! ::MickeyMo