Courtyard by marriot

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  1. hockey mom

    hockey mom <font color=coral>Loves to do the Napkin Dance at

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    Has anyone stayed at this location. (little lake Bryan). Considering using priceline and was wondering if anyone has any feedback. Thanks.

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  2. dvc_john

    dvc_john DVC since 1993

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    Haven't stayed at this Courtyard. However, it is part of a complex called Marriott Village, and consists of the Courtyard, a Fairfield Inn, and a Spring Hill Suites (all Marriott properties) clustered together in a gated area. All are brand new (just opened last fall).We stayed at the Spring Hill Suites. All are typical of their respective brands, all have very nice pools. And the Fairfield has a food court. Only the Courtyard has a restaurant. The Fairfield and Spring Hill have free continental breakfasts that are quite elaborate for their respective chains.
    It is conveniently located at the I-4 exit 27, which is the hotel plaza exit (and Downtown Disney exit).
     
  3. hockey mom

    hockey mom <font color=coral>Loves to do the Napkin Dance at

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    Always get a little leery of travelling into the unknown.

    95- offsite
    97- Nikki bird
    98- Holiday Inn M.E.
    99- Days suites
    00-ASM and HIFS
    00- DL and MOWC
    01- Animal kingdom lodge and HIFS
     
  4. singitalto

    singitalto <font color=FF66FF>Can't wait to stay at the Beach

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