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Maingate Lakeside Resort
Disney Downtown Lake Buena Vista,Orlando (FL) - View on map
"Convenient to theme parks, inexpensive, large property with last minute availability Cons ."

Very good

814 reviews

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$ 33
The Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration
Disney Maingate - Celebration Area,Orlando (FL) - View on map
"My first room was filthy and in a general state of run down, after getting moved the second room was fairly run down and the lighting fixtures did not work but at least it was clean. All the staff was friendly but the overall state of the hotel seemed as if it was just broken, rusted, not properly cleaned. I’m not sure how they are considered a 4-star hotel or a resort. They let people smoke anywhere. All the staff that I interacted with were friendly though. "
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147 reviews

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$ 80
Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando
International Drive - Convention Center,Orlando (FL) - View on map
"If your a traveler who has a dog good hotels are hard to find. The Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando is great for a family with a pet. They have plenty of space to exercise your pet, rooms specific for your needs. The hotel is located right across from Point Orlando shopping and restaurants so if you want to go out for dinner your not far away. Also their buffet restaurant on site or Zebras lounge serve good food at very reasonable prices. The Rosen Inn is also only about 5 miles from Disney so travel is a breeze. There are three pools to relax by and a 24 hour on site store for snacks, coffee etc."
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931 reviews

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$ 86
Seralago Hotel and Suites Main Gate East
Disney Maingate - Celebration Area,Orlando (FL) - View on map
"Its close to everything thats what I loved."

Very good

2357 reviews

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$ 53
Doubletree Hotel Orlando Universal At The Entrance
International Drive North - Universal,Orlando (FL) - View on map
"We enjoyed our stay at the Doubletree Hotel Orlando Universal At the Entrance. Upon arrival, we requested for early check-in and a room was immediately given to us. Warm & yummy chocolate chip cookies were also given to us upon check-in. Love the free shuttle to the Universal Studios - Island of Adventures & Universal Studios - Florida. It was a 15 min walk away if the shuttle bus was missed. There was also Walgreens and several restaurants located near to the hotel. I would recommend changing hotels (e.g those nearer to Disney) when planning days to Disneyland. This is so as to not miss the firework shows and other shows which are usually shown towards the later part of the evening (9pm). "
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160 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 152

Fast facts about Orlando (FL), United States

Accommodations9,654 properties
Popular hotelRosen Inn at Pointe Orlando
Popular areaDisney - Maingate West
Nightly rates fromA$40
AirportOrlando International Airport
Reasons to visitFamily fun, Shopping, Restaurants

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When Walt Disney turned his attention to Orlando in 1965, it was little more than a backwater town that made its living from orange cultivation. Seven years later, Disney's flagship theme park opened, redefining the modern amusement park. Today, Orlando receives upwards of 50 million visitors per year, making it one of the most-visited cities in the US.

Orlando International Airport evolved alongside this fast-growing holiday destination, and its four airside terminals are well equipped to handle the millions of passengers streaming through each year. Passengers arriving late at night can stay in the airport hotel. Otherwise, it's convenient to travel on and stay in one of the major hotels in Orlando’s city center.

The three biggest theme parks are Walt Disney World, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios. These parks are constantly vying for recognition, and visitors enjoy better attractions and greater discounts in the process.

There's no question that Orlando is a purpose-built city with children in mind, but there's still plenty to thrill parents in and out of the parks. The city itself is separate from the parks district, and it overflows with designer boutiques and fine-dining restaurants. Between the production troupes inside the parks and the chic dance clubs and lounges attached to hotels in Orlando, there's as much to do after dark as there is during the daytime.

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