Where to stay form March 3th to 6th?

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Just love Eeyore, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. Just love Eeyore

    Just love Eeyore Eeyore lover

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    Hi
    We're going to Disneyworld from March 3th to March 6th before a Disney cruise.
    We live in Europe, and are not familiar with any hotels in Orlando, so I think that it's a big jungle when looking for hotels.

    We are looking for a hotel near Disney, and it would be nice if we didn't have to rent a car.

    We are 2 adults and 1 child age 3 (almost 4)

    We are only planing to sleep there so we would like it to be cheap but still nice and clean.

    Do you have any suggestions?

    Thank you!
     
  2. sjanus

    sjanus castlegetaway

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    Did you check the bargain resorts in Disney, such as All Star resorts. Sometimes you can get a room, tickets, meal plan, all included for a reasonable rate depending on season and specials offered. Since you don't have a car as well, this would be convenient. Maybe price it out both ways, staying outside of park with transportation vs. staying in park with everything included. Since you have only 3 days this would maximize time spent back and forth as well. Just my thoughts.

    Sandy
     
  3. spiceycat

    spiceycat <font color=blue>Own at BWV, VWL and BLT<br><font

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    pop century is a choice too.

    the reason that Disney is so great for those without cars - is they will even pick you up from the airport and deliver you back. plus as mentioned the WDW transportation around Disney world.

    now if you still want a place - Wynham Bonnet Creek, Bonnet Creek hilton.

    that say even here - the transportation is pretty sad compared to Disney.

    if you stay offsite you really need a car.
     
  4. spedtcr

    spedtcr Mouseketeer

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    If it is not over a Friday or Saturday, you may want to consider renting points from a dvc member- sometimes after you add tax to the all-star resorts it's just a little more to stay at a dvc resort on property (which is much nicer and the price you pay per point is the total cost). check the dvc rent/trade board on this site.
     

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