View Full Version : $32 -- Orlando Hotel near Disney World w/Breakfast
25-02-2009, 07:04 PM
Also from Travelzoo...
Stay at Orlando's Comfort Inn Lake Buena Vista and receive a ton of extras for less than the cost of a typical dinner out. This winter-and-spring special is just $32 per night through June and includes weekends.
Book by March 13 and you'll get the following:
* Accommodations in a Semi Suite Room with a microwave and a mini-refrigerator
* Continental breakfast
* FREE shuttle service to Disney, Universal, SeaWorld and other attractions
* Buy 1, get 1 free tickets at Wet N Wild (through March 20)
* Buy 1, get 1 free tickets for Arabian Nights Dinner Theatre
For just $20 more you can book a Family Fun Suite that sleeps 2 adults and 3 children.
Blackout Dates: Feb. 27; April 4-6, 25-26
To Book: Click here (http://comfortinnorlando.com/tzoo/) and scroll to the bottom of the page to enter your dates. Or call 800-999-7300 and mention Spring Fling TZOO.
25-02-2009, 07:05 PM
:tongue: I was just going to ask if you were scoping out Travelzoo today
25-02-2009, 07:07 PM
LOL, that would be a yes :)
25-02-2009, 07:13 PM
Blimey that's good.
It's tempting to stay there for 10 nights at $360 and pay for table service rather than pay for POP in the hope that some sort of dining is free!
25-02-2009, 07:16 PM
I can't say I blame you on that idea Teresa. I have seen the hotel and it's in a good location and it looks nice. I beleive Dawn has stayed there before.
25-02-2009, 07:18 PM
Disney isn't Disney if you don't stay onsite though!
Kids would never forgive me.
Hotel does look nice and only 3 miles from the parks.
25-02-2009, 07:28 PM
I respectfully disagree. Disney is Disney regardless of where you stay :yes:
25-02-2009, 07:33 PM
LOL when we only get to go once every few years it makes all the difference though.
We stay as cheap as possible offsite so when it gets to our Disney days we can have the fun 24/7.
2007 was our first ever stay onsite and i couldn't imagine staying off site and doing Disney now.
Mighthave to do some number crunching with this one though...
25-02-2009, 07:37 PM
You've got about a month before they typically start offering the free dining bookings.
Would your children be ok with staying longer if they stayed offsite? This particular hotel is within the DTD area and isn't all that far.
I know it's not Disney proper, but if they stayed a few more days that might be a fair trade off? Or, if they had more $$ to spend on things other than the hotel? :unsure:
26-02-2009, 11:05 AM
We are limited to a 10 night stay anyway Tink as i already have the other hotels booked.
I have put it to them and they won'y compromise!
They would rather hold out for Disney and the hope of free dining.
It might be the last one we all do together so it has to be onsite!
Then onsite it shall be!!! Enjoying Disney your way is really what it is all about. :yes: :hug2:
26-02-2009, 11:08 AM
When their Dad was with us he never allowed an onsite stay or table service meals and we so enjoyed it in 2007 it wouldn't be the same to stay offsite again.
Plus you only live once!
That is so very true. It's important to make good memories, eh? :yes: Living once and to the fullest. :hug2:
26-02-2009, 11:12 AM
Plus i felt it was so safe onsite i could let the kids go down to the pool and explore without me.:)
That is a huge factor. I know what you mean, too. We've never worried about children (once they get up around 12 or so) going off on a little explore by themselves at WDW. Wouldn't trust it anywhere else though.
Well if anyone is looking for offsite - that is a seriously good deal for that hotel in that location.
26-02-2009, 04:18 PM
27-02-2009, 08:01 PM
Last time we stayed there (for a matter of hours) it was awful, the filthiest hotel room I have ever seen, we moved first thing in the morning. I don't think you could ever compare it to onsite.
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