Can you stay on-site through Hotwire?

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by GoBlue34, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. GoBlue34

    GoBlue34 Earning My Ears

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    I'm pretty new to Disney, I want to stay at a resort where I'm "ok" to stay late during magic hours (if that's the correct context).

    Does anyone know if hotwire offers on-site resorts or are they just close?

    One final question, is All-Star considered on-site?

    TIA
     
  2. soonerlpn

    soonerlpn Mouseketeer

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    All the All stars, sports, movies and music are on site Disney World hotels!
     
  3. powellrj

    powellrj DIS Veteran

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    I know awhile back Swan/Dolphin and the all-stars have come up on Priceline, but its been awhile.

    Check-out betterbidding.com and biddingfortravel.com and you can see what hotels people have been getting lately.
     
  4. Brian Noble

    Brian Noble His Curmudgeonly Highness

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    Unlikely. Disney resorts are currently running at about 90% capacity as of the most recently completed fiscal year. There is very little distressed inventory to give over to priceline/hotwire.

    If you want to attend EMH, and do so as inexpensively as possible, you want either one of the All-Stars or Pop Century. Choosing to visit during Value season is a good way to save money---and if you are a AAA member, you can knock off another 20% during Value season.

    http://www.mousesavers.com/disneyresorts.html#offseason
    http://www.mousesavers.com/disneyresorts.html#AAA

    Together, these bring your room cost under $66 per night, plus tax. You can sometimes do even better with various discounts.
     

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