Days Inn Orlando Convention Center/International Drive
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Orlando Convention Center/International Drive
Perfect! Great location with the green bus stopping right outside the hotel, which takes you everywhere you could ever want to go in Orlando. Across the street from the hotel there is a great mini adventure golf, perfect for all ages and to add some spice into the family rivalry!
The price you pay is just unbelievable for this hotel! The courtyard with the rooms opening out onto the grass is just divine. The swimming pool has the perfect temperature and is great to dip into whatever the weather!
Great free shuttle bus taking you to and from all sorts of places such as Universal.
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... and even from this distance you could hear the roar. We watched as the
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... of Harry Potter’ area, and straight onto the Hogwarts Castle ride.
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