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  • What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

    Just wanted to know because I am planning to go down in October for MNSSHP in costume and a full experience.

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    Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

    I strongly recommend viewing Hostel and Hostel: Part II, they contain all the information you could possibly want to know about hostels, which is basically: avoid at all costs.

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    • #3
      Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

      No, I'm serious. I wasn't talking about the movie, but I have been in hostels, and I find them affordable.

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        Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

        GhostHost I am sitting here LOL. Before I got to your response that is the first thought that came to mind when I heard the word "hostel". Thanks for the laugh, great answer.
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        • #5
          Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

          when we we to Orlando for Halloween Horror Nights at USF we stayed at The Enclave Suites. it was only 79$ a night and the room included a kitchen with toaster oven, microwave, fridge, range, dishes etc.

          a lot of the stuff was fairly dated, but it was clean, quiet and comfortable
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            Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

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            • #7
              Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

              I just checked the rates there and they are not so cheap. They are about the same as the All Stars & the Moderates, and on property you don't have to drive at all. Plus, Winter Garden????
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              • #8
                Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

                Plus, you dont' hae anybody trying to sell you off as sport ot poeple who want to dismember you.

                I'd say Disney has the edge!
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                • #9
                  Re: What do you know about the hostels in Orlando?

                  I have to agree with the other posters, I have stayed in off Disney hotels when I used to work projects in the Orlando area all the time, some are nice some well lets just not go there. You can find bargain basement pricing out there but you do get what you pay for and I'd rather not pay with my life, health or happyness in gerneral thank you verry much.


                  Disney hotels are pretty well isolated from the "real world" and are clean, safe and secure. You also get the benefits of EMH's, Magical Express bus service to the hotels, if you rent a car there's free parking, not having to search for you white rental car that looks like the other 10,000 white rental cars in the lot, and not having to worry about driving home when your exhausted. By the time you add up the costs of rental car. Gas and the 10$/day in parking a lot of those off property deals really don't buy you much, in fact you can wind up spending more than you would stayign in one of the value resorts.

                  Disney is not cheap, we all know that but I learned that like many things in life trying to go too cheap can often cost you a lot more in the long run, and often times you may not realize it untill it's too late. I'd rather save up and wait annother year to go back than to try to pull it all together on too tight of a budget and get an ulcer worryig about the cost or have my family mad at me because of the corners we cut got in the way of our fun.
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