HELP!? What should I do?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by Loves2Travel, May 4, 2005.

  1. Loves2Travel

    Loves2Travel Mouseketeer

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    We don't know what option to go with, so I need your help and opinions...

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    Option 1...

    4 nights at the DTD Hilton in a JR Suite on the Executive Level...

    $195/night for a total of = $869.70 with tax

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    Option 2...

    4 nights in at the Swan in a standard room...

    $169.50/night for a total of = $755.97 with tax

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    Don't know what to do! Help!
     
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  3. IluvXU

    IluvXU DIS Veteran

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    If you are spending a lot of time at EPCOT or MGM I would recommend the SWAN due to location. It would be a quick way to get to those parks by foot or boat. The Hilton (we stayed there for dh work once) has so so buses. They do not drop you off at the gate to Magic Kingdom, rather it is by TTC. So that stinks! Also we ended up walking from Hilton to DTD and catching the buses there to get to the parks. It saved time. The SWAN buses are treated like the Disney resorts with upfront drop off.
     
  4. jcsbama

    jcsbama DIS Veteran

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    I'd do the Swan just for the location and the use of EMH.
     
  5. Loves2Travel

    Loves2Travel Mouseketeer

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    The hilton has EMH...
     
  6. CK 1 and 2

    CK 1 and 2 Earning My Ears

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    Personally, I would do the Swan too! Close to so much stuff (restaurants, parks, etc).
     
  7. zipDdoodah

    zipDdoodah My other car is a monorail

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    I would do the Swan also. Much more convenient and way more Disney magic. Even though you will be getting the standard room instead of a suite, I think your overall experience at WDW will be a much better one at the Swan. JMO.
     

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