SPM Blue Tree Resort?

Discussion in 'Hotel & Accommodations Reviews' started by mollyandme, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. mollyandme

    mollyandme Earning My Ears

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    I'm wondering if the Blue Tree Resort is okay. It is not the Westgate Blue Tree but the one on Cyprus Run Blvd. Has anyone stayed there? Is it close to WDW? The rates are very cheap now so I'm a little skeptical.
     
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  3. dmthoma76

    dmthoma76 Mouseketeer

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    Anyone? 89.00 a night for a kitchen, bed, sleeper sofa, 4 pools, etc, too good to be true?

    Anyone?

    Now I found it for 71.00 a night on bookit.com, has no one stayed here???

    ~Donna
     
  4. asplashgirl

    asplashgirl Earning My Ears

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    When are you staying?
     
  5. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

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    pretty sure it is the same one.

    Blue tree like some others have 2 different managers - just be sure to find where you check in - I think it is different - but that might have changed.

    if you don't have to a Westgate sales pitch - it should be okay.

    even then might go with Cypress Pointe
    www.hotelkingdom.com
    there is another site with an even better rate - but don't remember it.

    also look here for deals in orlando
    www.travelzoo.com
     
  6. fortunes_fool_21

    fortunes_fool_21 Earning My Ears

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    My bf and I just booked a 7 night stay at SPM Blue Tree last night :). We will be there for a week in September.

    I reccomend the Blue Tree. This will be our 3rd year in a row here and we have never had any problems what so ever.

    We just booked 7 days with airfare (from Chicago), accomdations at Blue Tree and mid sized rental for $610 pp.

    The hotel is located in a great area, just tucked away from the main drag, but only 10 minutes away from the parks when driving, and very close to many dining options.

    2 story buildings (no elevator) offering either 1 bedroom suites (full kitchen) or 2 bedroom suites. All have hideaway sofas, and fully equipped kitchens.

    Sure the pillows could be fluffier, and the bathroom bigger, but its not only clean but comfortable.

    There are either 2 or 3 pools that were still realitivly warm when we went in October of last year. Building 13 is a great building to ask for, as the pool is right outside.

    I have never had any one hassle me with time share sales, and overall, we acutally will pay an extra $50+ a person to reserve Blue Tree when we go to Orlando.

    I dont think youll be dissapointed. If the deal sounds good...Id jump on it.
     

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