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Doubletree Hotel At The Entrance To Universal Orlando

Doubletree Hotel At The Entrance To Universal Orlando Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Bright rooms (renovated in 2009) are the highlight at this otherwise unremarkable 742-room Doubletree across from Universal Studios. The courtyard pool is small; the service is bare bones; and Uno Pizza Express is the best on-site dining available. It's fine if all you want is a fresh, clean, and fairly inexpensive place to sleep -- and it has some decent business amenities -- but leisure travelers can do better elsewhere.

Nickelodeon Suites Resort

Nickelodeon Suites Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

One of Orlando's best options for families outside of a theme park. The property's 777 suites, all with kitchens or kitchenettes, are spacious and well designed to sleep families. The huge range of kid-pleasing features include two water parks, an arcade, and a "4D Experience" theater. The resort focuses on entertaining on-site, but also offers infrequent shuttles to Disney, Universal, and SeaWorld.

Disney Port Orleans Resort - Riverside

Disney Port Orleans Resort - Riverside Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Designed like an old town on the Mississippi Delta, the huge, 2,048-room Riverside is one of Disney's best Moderate-category hotels. Its guest rooms aren't as new as those at Coronado, but its more central location, fun pool complex, large rooms that sleep five, and beautiful (even romantic) setting makes it a great pick for the price.

WyndhamVR Bonnet Creek Resort

WyndhamVR Bonnet Creek Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A non-Disney time-share resort on the Disney World property with enormous one- and two-bedroom condos, four elaborate pools, free Internet, and a quiet, relaxed atmosphere just five minutes from Epcot. Service can be middling and the on-site dining options are limited. But this is a good alternative to a Disney resort for those who want proximity to the parks but appreciate a respite from Disney's pervasive theme-driven atmosphere.

Rosen Inn International

Rosen Inn International Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This budget-friendly, family-centric property offers plenty of freebies, making it a solid value; children eat free, there’s a free shuttle to nearby attractions (though Disney parks are not included), and parking and Wi-Fi also come included in the rates. Rooms are spacious and feature modern amenities. However, the decor is not particularly stylish and there are some quirks -- rooms have exterior entrances and odd setups with the microwaves in the bathrooms.

Holiday Inn Orlando - Lake Buena Vista

Holiday Inn Orlando - Lake Buena Vista Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range chain hotel attracts budget-minded families with its location near Downtown Disney, free shuttle to all of the Disney parks, and kid-friendly amenities that include a large outdoor pool. Numerous meeting rooms and a solid value also draw business travelers. However, traffic noise in rear-facing rooms and a fee for parking are small annoyances that make considering other options worthwhile.

Holiday Inn Main Gate East

Holiday Inn Main Gate East Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This affordable hotel in Kissimmee largely caters to families visiting Disney, so it may not be surprising that it offers a long list of kid-friendly amenities, including a large heated pool, a children’s pool, a whirlpool, a game room, laundry facilities, and a food court with several dining options. And best of all may be that children under 12 eat for free (limit to two children per paying adult). But there is a daily -- albeit inexpensive -- service fee, and the location off the highway makes for neither a picturesque nor noise-free stay. For the price, however, this hotel –- with modern rooms and a free shuttle to Disney and Epcot –- is a solid mid-range pick.

The Metropolitan Express

The Metropolitan Express Rating: 2.5 Pearls

This budget property is one of the most affordable options on International Drive, but for a reason -- features are few and rooms are worn. Aside from the low rates, the location –- at the entrance of Universal Orlando –- is the selling point, and the hotel provides a free shuttle to several attractions, as well as a free breakfast. Nonetheless, guests should seriously consider other hotels before booking; most will find the Rosen Inn International to be a better choice.

Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando

Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando Rating: 2.5 Pearls

This budget-friendly property attracts both business and leisure travelers with its low rates and long list of freebies. Rooms are simple, with IKEA-like furniture, but all come with nice additions such as microwaves, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi. Those who require a fitness center should look elsewhere, but there are three on-site pools and overall this hotel offers a solid value -- if nothing particularly special.

Disney's Pop Century Resort

Disney's Pop Century Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

It's value over frills at the enormous, 2,880-room Disney Pop Century. Elements like the Hippy Dippy Pool nod to trends from the latter-half of the 20th Century, but its small rooms look grimy. However, given its more convenient location near Epcot and faster, direct shuttle access to the theme parks, it's a good choice among the Value-category resorts.

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Locations

  • Disney World
  • Downtown Orlando
  • International Drive
  • Lake Buena Vista
  • South of Disney
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Doubletree
  • Walt Disney World Moderate Resorts
  • Walt Disney World Value Resorts
  • Wyndham
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