hotel at port canaveral

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  1. bobbbrick

    bobbbrick Earning My Ears

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    We are thinking of getting to the port a day before cruise and wondering if anyone could suggest a hotel close to the ship at pc kid friendly 10,9,9 years
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  3. ctandy

    ctandy Earning My Ears

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    In 2005, we stayed at the Radisson in Cocco Beach. They have a great pool with a waterfall, a pool side bar and live entertainmant during the evening. The day of your cruise, they have a shuttle that drops you off at the terminal, very nice. Just sign up for the shuttle as soon as you check in. They also had a breakfast buffet to get you statred. We stayed at the Marriot last week and that was nice but we dropped of our car at Avis and they took us to the terminal. We arrived at the terminal after twelve and were able to board as soon as we checked in. No lines.
     
  4. lisagirl88

    lisagirl88 Mouseketeer

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    We are staying at the Radisson Resort at the Port. It also has a shuttle that drops you off at the DCL. I have never personally been there, but it came highly recommended. It has a really nice pool and great rates. We paid $99 for a family of 4. HTH.
     
  5. suezyq50

    suezyq50 DIS Veteran

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    Residence Inn and Country Inn and Suites are nice, newer hotels very close to port. Both have a hotbreakfast buffet in their pricing, plus pool, shuttle, and self serve laundry for the last minute load.
     
  6. samily

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    The Marriot Residence Inn includes a hot breakfast and is nice as it offers offers more room than the traditional hotel room - all rooms have a full kitchen, living area & sleeping area - they have 1 or 2 bedroom suites. As a family of 5, we appreciate the extra space. They used to include a lite dinner certain weekday evenings as well- not sure if they still do.
     

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