Comfort Suites Orlando (near Universal) or Amerisuites Universal


Earning My Ears
Jan 11, 2001
Has anyone stayed at either of these hotels--we're only going to have 1 day avail to do IOA--most of our time is being spent at Disney at All Star Movies--need space for six so these two suite hotels are closest. I understand that the on-site hotels only can have max of 5 people--is that correct?


DIS Veteran
Jan 28, 2000

I stayed at the Comfort Suites in 1999. If you are staying just 1 night, I'm sure this hotel will be fine.

The rooms are a little bigger then a normal room, I think they call them junior suites. There are 2 double beds and a couch, I can't remember if it opens up or not. The room decor was on the old side, which made me feel that the room was dirty, but, it really wasn't.

The pool area was o.k., nothing fancy.

The free continental breakfast buffett was good.

If your only staying 1 night, I'm sure it will be o.k. It's in the middle of nowhere, and there is no onsite restaurant. The pool bar serves drinks and light food.

We stayed 6 nights and I was o.k with the visit, not thrilled, not totally turned off.


DIS + IOA Veteran
Dec 11, 2000
Sleep Inn is right across from Universal, and has Suites that are identical to Confort Suites. The Sleep Inn is brand new and gorgeous. Comfort is older. I highly recommend looking that way.

Both hotels are from the same chain.

Hope this helps.

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