Looking for dirt cheap hotel/motel for two nights...

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Get me to Disney!, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. Get me to Disney!

    Get me to Disney! Mouseketeer

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    We are doing a condo tour which is for four days and three nights. Since we are driving from PA, we want to possibly expand the trip a little more - maybe a day on each end. Looking for a cheap place to stay on our first night maybe and again on our last night. Thanks for any help!!
     
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  3. 2girlsmom

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    Hi, how many people in your group? There are TONS of cheap hotel/motels along 192 if you are looking to stay closer to Disney (vs SeaWorld/Universal), for example, but if you need a room for 5 or 6 people, that definitely makes a difference. On 192, we really liked the Holiday Inn Maingate East. They have family suites (which is always nice with 14 and 12 year olds), they are recently redone, comfortable beds, very clean.
     
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    We are staying at the Orlando Courtyard Suites (near All Star Movies)
    for $59 a night in October.

    They have suites with 2 queens and a sleeper sofa in the living room.
    Suites include full kitchen, washer/dryer, living room, flat screen tv, bathroom with jetted tub and shower.

    If you slept 2 to a bed and 2 on the sofa bed you could probably get 'er done.

    They do get mixed reviews because the suites are gorgeous but outside their property is adjacent to a hotel undergoing renovation. (kinda like how POP resort guests used to say that the unfinished (now the Art of Animation) resort across the lake looked creepy.

    We are not planning on spending much time at our hotel outside,
    so we are really looking forward to having a really nice suite,
    with a full kitchen for breakfasts, a really nice bathroom, space (some hotel rooms can be claustrophobic), and our days in the parks!
    And the price was certainly right!
    We booked through hotels.com and got a discount.

    You can find out more at:
    http://www.courtyardsuiteshotel.com/...ites_Home.html



     
  6. kelma

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    Our family of 6 has stayed in the Comfort Suites Maingate East for one night and will be doing it again this fall. The room was clean and comfortable and was around $68 with an AAA discount (about $80 after taxes.) It is a little more than some places, but includes a full breakfast, which definitely made it cheaper! It also gets great reviews on Tripadvisor.
     
  7. summerrluvv

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    Groupon has a couple deals. Hotwire is good too
     

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