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  • [Question] Off Site Hotels

    I want to make a "cheap" visit to WDW sometime early next year without breaking the bank... what are some reasonable hotels that are accessable to WDW?
    I know I could easily type in Orlando, FL into Expedia... but I don't know whats actually a reasonable one when it comes to getting to WDW

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    Re: Off Site Hotels

    Well it depends a lot on if you want to rent a car or not, and the time of year you are going.

    A lot of hotels offer complimentary shuttle service to the WDW theme parks, and other Orlando attractions.

    So if you didn't want to rent a car you could take a mears shuttle to anyone of the downtown disney area hotels, and then take their shuttles to the parks.
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      Re: Off Site Hotels

      Drop me a PM and I can giver you the low-down on several off-property hotels near the Downtown Disney area.

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        Re: Off Site Hotels

        I'd strongly suggest that if you do get an off property hotel, don't depend on the shuttle service. In other words, rent a car at the airport. You'll save on transportation to and from the airport, and you'll have a lot better options getting from your hotel to the parks.

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          Re: Off Site Hotels

          We always stay at the Lake buena Vista Resort& Spa and love it. It had some great shopping next door at the Outlet mall and you can even check in for your flight at the mall next to Old Navy.

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