Seeking hotel near DisneyWorld for 1 night

Old Jan 7th, 2009, 06:24 AM
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Seeking hotel near DisneyWorld for 1 night

I am looking for a hotel for 1 night (Sat. April 18) that is convenient to DisneyWorld - possibly with free shuttle there. Can anyone recommend a clean comfortable hotel that won't cost a fortune? I will be travelling solo and meeting my team on Sunday. Thanks for any recommendations you have.
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Old Jan 7th, 2009, 09:08 AM
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Why not stay at a Disney hotel? They have places in all price ranges...
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Old Jan 7th, 2009, 12:07 PM
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Radisson Lake Buena Vista.

I stayed there in October and December for 1 night to attend the Mickey Halloween and Christmas Parties at the Magic Kingdom. I do not know about a shuttle b/c we had our car. The hotel is VERY clean and updated. I had read all the reviews on Tripadvisor beforehand and all were excellent. We usually stay at a Disney property when we are going for a longer trip but this was perfect for 1 night. It is just outside the entrance to the Disney resort/downtown Disney area and right on 1-4.
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Agree with Adnil, stay on the property. I take it you are planning to do a park that you want a shuttle. You get the best ticket prices by purchasing with a room. Unless there is an event that's got them full, you'll be able to get a room price no more than on the outside.
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Old Jan 16th, 2009, 01:02 PM
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Thank you all for the sugguestion, I
m staying on property Sun-Wed with my Team and seem to have trouble getting one room for a Saturday night on property. I'll keep trying though. TRAVELINGIRL: the Radisson is a great alternative. THanks everyone.
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