Bohemian Hotel Celebration, Autograph Collection
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bohemian Hotel Celebration, Autograph Collection
This is our favorite hotel in Orlando! The hotel is intimate and cozy.
The staff's great and the beds are most comfortable we've ever slept in. We've been there 3 times now and we've always had a great experience. I only wish they had a spa.
Not worth the money
Just returned after 16 days in florida, the last two at this hotel, room average,very clean but small window. The worst thing was the noise of the air-con that we could not switch off, it was like trying to sleep next to a generator. Even after maintenance visiting the room we did not get much sleep. Restaurant definitely aimed at the businessman, would not have felt comfortable in t-shirt and shorts!
Disappointing Stay for the Money
We stayed at the Celebration Hotel several days in November of 2003. This is a very classy place with great amenities, but we were very disappointed in the service. We left our room at 8:30 a.m. and came back at 3:30 p.m. When we returned, our room had not been cleaned. When we called housekeeping, we were told that they saw us return and thought we'd want some time to ourselves before they came in. We accepted this explanation and said we'd be leaving again at 5:00 and would appreciate our room being cleaned then. When we returned at 8:30 that evening, we found our bed made. Period. No clean towels, no clean coffee cups, no cleaned coffee pot, no new coffee. In fact, the towels lay on the floor where we left them. A subsequent letter of complaint to their head office brought no response. We'd love to stay again because of the location, but won't put up with their "we don't care" attitude.
Away From The Maddening Crowd
We stayed at the Celebration Hotel for 4 days on our trip to Orlando in November 2003. I think we expected much more then we got. It is considered a "boutique" hotel and we expected smaller rooms and that is what we got. The atmosphere is fine and Celebration is a nice enough community. The staff were sometimes average, sometimes no so good. The food was underwhelming after our first meal at the Hotel so we ate out every night thereafter. All in all I'd say we like the hotel but not enough to stay there on future trips.
We were disappointed with the service and responsiveness of the hotel staff and management. I booked a golf package for my husband's birthday and the first thing I noticed was that the gift package that was supposed to be in our room was not there. The next item was the bathrobes in our room were dirty... The next day they transported us in an antique car, which was dirty inside, to the golf course only to discover that they did not provide us with the voucher for our round of golf.... then we found out our reservation had been messed up and we were only scheduled to golf one round instead of the two I had requested. When we arrived back to our room around 3 p.m. our room had still not been cleaned ... as well the safe in our room malfunctioned and could not be opened. When they finally cleaned the room and brought us new robes we discovered they were also dirty with spaghetti looking stains on the front!
The excuses I received was that the management of the hotel had recently switched and it is no longer a Disney managed operation.
They did give us one night free.
Double Edged Sword
I agree with everyone else about the physical attributes of the the hotel. It is well kept, attractive, and very much feels like home.
However, the staff has a tendancy to be a little snotty. We were in town for Disney and we were cleary not who they were intersted in catering too. They much prefered the business class traveler, as after long days at the park we were less than welcomed home. However, we did note the warm reception of the older, more polished business travellers.
Thanks a shame. I plan on staying at the Grand Floridian next year just to reduce the hassle.
As close to home as you can get...
I stayed 2 nights at Celebration Hotel in Feb 2004. This hotel is as close to home as you can expect to get -- Cozy lobby, comfortable beds, classy decor... From what I read, the hotel opened in 1999. My room was in excellent condition and was very clean. The staff is very friendly and always smiled and said "hello". The area is quaint, a little "old town" with 4-5 restaurants in walking distance, a movie theater, and several little shops. Room service was quick -- got my food within 20-30 minutes each time. I was on a business trip, but I was so impressed that I am planning to come back for a weekend getaway!
Celebrate Celebration Hotel
A relaxing, comforting and stylish hotel. The rooms were very nice, clean and comfortable. The restaurant is good, especially for breakfast. Pity there is no room service or other facilities. Enjoyed the experience and would stay again.
Great Hotel and area
The Celebration Hotel is a beatuifully kept hotel. The service is remarkable and the staff is extremely friendly. The rooms are very clean, comfortable and quiet. The beds and the pillows are the best--I was able to get some of the best sleep ever! The bell boys and valets are very helpful and very willing to give directions and any information needed about the area. We loved the whole quaint feeling of the Celebration area. Nearly all the shops, restaurants and a cinema are within walking distance. Walking trails are near the hotel and the pool is great! I can't say enough about this hotel and the service that we received or about the Celebration area.
My wife and I just returned from a week vacation in Celebration, Florida. The town of Celebration offers a relaxed environment - including several reasonably priced restaurants and boutiques. (Dinner for 2 approx. $70 US).
We stayed at the Celebration hotel - which offered a Southern relaxed atmosphere - ideal for a winter get away. Golf / Amusement parks are all with in 15 minutes of the hotel.
This town (property / area) is best suited for adults traveling with no children -- or older children.
(We really didn't see any children -- mainly business travelers and travelers over 30 years). Activities for children in Celebration are very limited.
Other area amenities include: Health club (short distance from the hotel (you will want to drive)and Golf.
If you are looking for a relaxing Orlando vacation - with out all the commercial hype -- Celebration may be for you.
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Travel Blogs from Celebration
December 13, 2014
Today we managed to get ready an hour earlier than yesterday and caught the shuttle at 10:45am. From Epcot we took the monorail to the transportation center and then a second monorail to get to the Magic Kingdom. I didn't know this in advance, but the Magic Kingdom is almost the same as Disneyland. Being my second time, I didn’t find it as magical as my first time. I grew ...
... with perhaps a more Southern menu. Our waiter, Jean-Robert was Haitian. We ended up eating at Perkin’s every day we were in Orlando. Our resort was a mile away from Perkins. It had a fancy sign with fountains at the entrance. We had a one bedroom unit with a kitchenette, with a view of the parking lot. It is sorta weird staying on a golf course when you’re not a ...
... of Nick's new email address. He was hacked and AOL wouldn't help him, so he is now a Gmail customer.
His Email Address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. He has also lost many of his contacts, so if you would jot him an email with your information, I know he would appreciate it.
Hope everyone is well and we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and a Very Merry Christmas!!
Sandy and Nick
... friendly!) waiting staff. We've yet to find a restaurant to do all of that better. However, tonight we are venturing to Disney's most expensive resort, the Grand Floridian, just two stops on the monorail, but a million miles away in germs of "class". Yes, well will see about that. All their restaurants are supposed to be excellent but tonight we shall see for ourselves if being really expensive means being really much better.
I'll let you know.
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