Decent offsite hotels <$100 with breakfast?

disneysteve

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We go to WDW a couple of times a year and always stay offsite in a rental condo or house. My wife and I want to make a couple of shorter trips just the 2 of us, 4-5 days, and are looking for an inexpensive hotel option in the area.

1. We would have a car so anything within 20 minutes or so is fine. No shuttle service needed.
2. We want a place that includes breakfast.
3. We want a place with indoor hallways, not motel-style where your door opens to the outside.
4. Free parking at the hotel.
5. Price typically under $100/night total with taxes.
6. Not in a sketchy part of town.

So basically something on the level of a Fairfield Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Comfort Inn, Sleep Inn, etc.

Thanks for any suggestions.
 

hiroMYhero

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We go to WDW a couple of times a year and always stay offsite in a rental condo or house. My wife and I want to make a couple of shorter trips just the 2 of us, 4-5 days, and are looking for an inexpensive hotel option in the area.

1. We would have a car so anything within 20 minutes or so is fine. No shuttle service needed.
2. We want a place that includes breakfast.
3. We want a place with indoor hallways, not motel-style where your door opens to the outside.
4. Free parking at the hotel.
5. Price typically under $100/night total with taxes.
6. Not in a sketchy part of town.

So basically something on the level of a Fairfield Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Comfort Inn, Sleep Inn, etc.

Thanks for any suggestions.
There’s Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inn at the I4/27 interchange...$80 or so.

I4 can be very congested around the Champions Gate area, but, if you give yourself ample time to get to the parks you should be fine. Lots of fast food and Cracker Barrel in that immediate area.
 

MouseLover

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Buena Vista Suites, depending on your dates. Often $99/nt, sometimes down to $79. Very clean, close, & decent hot breakfast buffet.
 
  • SinCityMMAFan

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    Fairfield Inn by Marriott on 192 near I-4 is a great newer hotel that was exceptionally cleaned and well maintained. Have stayed here on two separate occasions last year when visiting for 9 days. I used this hotel for my arrival night on both occasions and loved it before heading over to our 2 bedroom condo for the week. It ran around $100 w/ taxes and has inside corridors and a free hot breakfast buffet in the morning and even had mickey waffles. Here's the link if you want to check it out.

    https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mcokx-fairfield-inn-and-suites-orlando-kissimmee-celebration/
     

    HopperFan

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    It will vary by your dates at any given hotel. I can often find rooms in that range with breakfast at the Hiltons and Marriotts. I just use their website, add my rewards number and AAA often gives me a decent rate. I usually stick to the Lake Buena Vista locations and found Flamingo Crossing can also have some good deals.
     
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    Lmans77

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    I just got Embassy Suites LBV South for $86/night ($106 with taxes) on a Hotwire Hotrate deal. Parking is $10.75 a night. It's description is 3.5 star all suites hotel in Lake Buena Vista South. 95% recommended. I know I got a exceptionally good rate, but definitely keep an eye out for that. My dates are 12/14-12/16
     

    hedg12

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    We stayed at TownePlace Suites at Flamingo crossings for a few days the week before last. If you look for discounts you can come in under $100 (I think we paid $81/night all in) and it meets your criteria nicely. Decent breakfast, nice clean rooms (hotel is only a couple of years old), staff was friendly for the most part, and great access to the parks.
     
  • Bete

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    Sep 14, 1999
    Wingate in Kissimmee.

    This resort has had a delay in opening. Depending when you are going it might be a good choice.
     
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    Lisa_M

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    I got the Best Western Plus in Kissimmee earlier for $72/night on Priceline. It has free breakfast and was renovated in August 2018. South of Disney about a 20 min drive to Epcot with traffic. It's on 535 near the walmart
     

    Smittolis

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    I'd second the Towneplace Suites at Flamingo Crossings. New build, clean and spacious and I think has a great location. We got a week when booking a package via an airline for just over $80 per night. No parking charge and no surcharges. I put up a youtube video in another thread if you want to see the rooms.... We were a family of 5 and would go again at that price.
     
  • Penguinempress

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    Drury Inn runs just about $100. Terrific breakfast and also a decent included dinner. Join their free membership for the best rates. Free parking. We stay here every time.
    I second the Drury. My husband and I stay here for all our Orlando trips - it's a short drive to Disney (and literally 5 minutes from Universal), free breakfast, free evening kickback with food & drinks, free parking, mini fridge and microwave in the room. We've always found it clean and quiet and it's close to tons of restaurants on International Drive.
     

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