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by Travel Queen
October 26, 2000
We got room for $125 incl taxes per night. I spoke to a woman that got here for $109 incl taxes through either yahoo travel or excite travel on internet. It's a real bargain when you factor the free breakfast in. And it's relatively cheap to eat at their pizza hut and A & W fast food places (kids eat free with one adult buying a combo meal). I was really delighted with this place and did a lot of research beforehand. There were lots of extra touches in the room (lighted makeup mirror, reading lamps built in for bunk beds, and the cd and Nintendo was a riot for the kids. They wanted to stay in room a lot. My friend at work went to the SunSpree and wasn't that impressed but she did the 2 family in one room thing (4 adults and 4 kids). That would ruin it for me! Anyway..it was a thumbs up for all four of us at this new resort!
From journal Great Family Hotels near WDW Florida on a Budget
July 2, 2007
From journal Family trip to Orlando
January 8, 2006
We all took a break to relax in our KidsSuite, featuring 3 bedrooms with a separate parlor area, a pull-out couch, and a Nick-themed kid's bedroom with bunk beds. The kids loved the games system and privacy of their own room! We enjoyed the spacious comfort of the suite that accommodates a large family. That's what the Nickelodeon-themed hotel is all about: family and especially kids. It's great to go on vacation, although in the past there were few places that kept kids in mind by providing a space for them to feel comfortable in or offered activities they enjoyed.
The Nick Hotel is the ultimate kid-friendly destination. In fact, when when we asked if the kids would like to take a shuttle to one of the theme parks nearby, they preferred to stay at the hotel. Our later arrival was no problem either, and it seemed that no matter what time it was, the staff was very friendly and helpful when we had questions and happy to go out of their way to help us. The Nick Hotel's prices run from $125; specials like discounts on extended-stay rates are affordable for the comfort and space of the rooms, the amount of on-site entertainment and activities, and the dining choices available.
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