We stayed at the Comfort Inn, Lake Buena Vista, week of July 4, 2006. It was a last minute trip, and since we had already booked a trip to Europe for later in the summer, we were looking for comfortable, affordable accomndations near WDW. We had tried to get an on-site property, but since our trip was last minute, there were no rooms to match our budget. The Comfort Inn was clean, quiet, and quite a steal @ only $68 per night. It is about a mile away from Downtown Disney & all of the parks were a short drive away. The free shuttle service to & from WDW & to Universal & Sea World was quite good. While not as plentiful as WDW transportation, the shuttles were reliable, the drivers incredibly friendly (btw, they do expect tips, but all the drivers we had deserved it), & had frequent departures to WDW. The coaches were well maintained & clean. Nothing too fancy, but they got us to where we wanted to go. However, I would recommend a car rental if you plan on returning to the hotel for a dip in the pool or to relax or if you have to tote strollers. This property is over-all, well maintained & comfortable. The grounds are quite nice, with fountains and well-manicured lawns. The check-in area & lobby (one and the same) were very small, and could be very crowded at times. The staff weren't as bubbly as WDW cast members, but they were generally friendly & helpful. There is a small convenience store selling sodas, a small selection of alcohol, & snacks, which were well priced as compared to the other resorts. There is only one restaurant & a small lounge on the property. The restaurant is buffet style, and reasonably priced, $7.99 for breakfast & $9.99 for dinner. The selections were limited, the food basic, but edible. Every morning, from 7 to 9, a free continential breakfast is offered. This can be a huge money saver, if you're willing to brave the crowds & long lines. The continential buffet featured juice, coffee, tea, muffins, cold cereal, milk, & toast. We generally bypassed this due to the crowds. There are also several large, national restaurant chains & smaller local restaurants within walking distance. Many offer delivery to the hotel. We ordered out Chinese (had to pick it up in the lobby) & it was yummy & our bill came to $26 for 4 dinners, plus tip. There are menus in the rooms for the nearby restaurants that offer delivery. The rooms could use some updating, but were clean & comfortable. They were about the same size as WDW moderate resort rooms, but not as elaborately themed. Our rooms had 2 double beds. There weren't a lot of amentities, but for $68 at peak season, we couldn't complain. The hotel, despite having several teen-aged tour groups from Brazil, was pretty quiet. The Comfort Inn, LBV, is popular among international tour groups. We had the opportunity to chat with several families from the UK, Japan, & Brazil. For me, that only adds to the experience. The Brazilian kids were giddy, giggly, loud, but they were having so much fun & our teens had a lot of fun hanging out with them. It was like a giant slumber party! But once we got to the rooms, all was quiet. The rooms must be sound proofed. The pool area was nice, but not very big. One drawback was the parking. We had a considerable hike to get to our car, but you can't go to the WDW area not expecting to walk a far amount. For young parents lugging strollers, this could be a bit of a problem. Overall, Comfort Inn, LBV, was an enjoyable experience. Not fancy, nothing spectacular, but a tremendous value for the price. I would recommend it especially for teenagers & college age people due to the price. If you're looking for a great value & don't care about fanciness, then this is the place for you!