We've loved staying at the airport Hyatt the night before a cruise, so nice to wheel your bags into the lobby, get your room, settle in, then eat dinner or go for a swim right away, then have Disney transport you to the ship then next day. Two thumbs up.I've always enjoyed staying at the Hyatt at the airport and then taking DCL transportation from the airport to the ship. If you let DCL know that you're staying there ahead of time they will transport your luggage from the hotel room to the ship.
Ok, so I absolutely understand limiting exposure. And hotels ARE starting to fill up a bit in the tourist areas. But is there a VRBO or AirBnB you could rent in an effort to save your back and neck from the awful discomfort of sleeping in a car?Sorry, cautious from COVID related concerns, added exposure at hotels around unvaccinated people. And yes, possibly sleep in the car.
We like to stay at the MCO (airport) Hyatt. It is a very attractive and comfortable hotel with good food and service, and it's extremely convenient. Really pleasant to have a nice place to wash up and rest between the flight and the cruise. You can book a runway view room and have a nice (and silent) view of airplanes taking off and landing.We're flying in to Orlando the night before our August 6, 2022 cruise on Disney Fantasy..
Is it better to stay in Orlando or Port Canaveral?
Any recommendations for hotel or transport!
Yes but remember, 95% of passengers and 98% of crew will be vaccinated onboard. That is more than enough for herd immunity and I am not missing my Cruise! We are trying to minimize risk for the ENTIRE trip and looking at where we can adjust. Port adventures are another area we are looking... but with sensible precautions a trip to the Beach should and short shuttle bus should be fine.If you don't want to sleep in a hotel room . . . I'm thinking being on a ship with a few thousand other people might be even more concerning??