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jenny0677 April 1st, 2011 01:36 AM

Reasonable place to stay night before cruise
 

Hi
We are flying out the night before our Disney cruise. Can someone request a reasonable hotel close to airport (Orlando International Airport). I would prefer not to spend more than 100 dollars.
Thanks

HawkeyeFLA April 1st, 2011 02:07 AM

Well, it does depend on when you are sailing, since hotel prices are dependent on the season. You could always check Priceline and Hotwire and see what you can find for your date. Just be sure to check TripAdvisor. Aim for at least 3.5 stars.

ruthlessboss April 1st, 2011 06:21 AM

Too many variables with this question. Are you looking for room with shuttle to the port? Season? Renting a car to get around? I see Disney busses on the 528 (route to the port). Orlando has sooooo many hotels in so many price ranges and ammenities. Googling your request may help by using key words.

CA Cruiser April 1st, 2011 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by jenny0677 (Post 1363677)
Hi
We are flying out the night before our Disney cruise. Can someone request a reasonable hotel close to airport (Orlando International Airport). I would prefer not to spend more than 100 dollars.
Thanks

Also what time will you be arriving in Orlando? If it's early enough, I would recommend going directly to Port Canaveral, only 1 hour away and getting a hotel there. You will wake up on cruise day more refreshed and less stressed. We have stayed at the Hampton Inn and Comfort Inn on A1A for less than $100 but it does depend on all the varibles listed above and how many in your party. To get to PC, you can rent a car, easy drive or take a shuttle service. We have used "the Cocoa Beach Shuttle" service and were very happy. There are many on the MCO website.

TravelX October 28th, 2011 07:36 PM

My suggestion -
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Originally Posted by TravelX (Post 1398954)
I would suggest renting a room at Residence Inn or Country Inn (near the port). Both hotels offer a free shuttle to the port. Reviews on Tripadvisor (Port Canaveral Hotels and B&Bs: Read Port Canaveral Hotel Reviews and Compare Prices - TripAdvisor ) To get from the airport to Port Canaveral use a prearranged shuttle/taxi ($95). I would recommend Star Trans ( Orlando Airport Transportation / Port Canaveral Transportation / Orlando Transportation ). If it is only 2 of you consider shared shuttles (around $35 per person).



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