Embassy Suites Hotel Orlando Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Great place to stay before you leave
I stayed here the night before my flight back home. I checked in really early which was very nice of them to do because I was one of the lucky ones who went to the 12 hr race at Daytona the night before and hadn't gotten much sleep.. Rooms were amazing, noticed they were having work done on the roof which tied off half of the huge lobby but no big deal.. great place to sleep, beds were comfy, rooms were huge, and very close to the airport. Highly recommended.
Another great Embassy Suite
This Embassy Suite is located just a few miles from the airport. It was very clean and well maintained. The outdoor pool was larger than at most Embassy Suites. They offered the same great cooked to order breakfast that keeps our family coming back. It is also located near several restaurants.
We stayed at this Embassy Suites Hotel at the airport on sunday evening, April 3, 2005. We were very pleased. The rooms were clean and having the living room separate from the bedroom was a big plus. Also had two tv sets. With two teenagers you can just imagine. It was the next best thing to having your own home. The staff could not have been nicer, especially Steve , the shuttle driver to and from the airport. He went out of his way to help us out. Would defintely stay here again. I thought the price was not bad for what you received. Check the Embassy Suites Hotel website and get the internet rate. Great deal!
A superb hotel and staff
This is a fantastic hotel with a wonderful staff. We stayed here for three nights 11th -14th August. We were there the night of the hurricane. The power went out during the hurricane but as soon as the worst had passed they were able to switch to emergency generators. We had no full power all night but they managed to provide an excellent cold buffet breakfast for a full hotel. Full power was restored next morning. The staff continued to smile throughout. We were very impressed with this hotel. The staff have a terrific team spirit. The rooms are great, the manager's evening reception is a must and the food is very good.
Me and my wife stayed here one night on august the 2nd - 2004. Its a great hotel, Very nice and clean. Large nice rooms. very nice breakfast. perfect for those passing by. But a little to far away from Orlando's themeparks. Choose another hotel if you are here for the themeparks. Choose this hotel for everything else. We would not hesitate to stay here again the next year when we come back again.
Peter & Ingela Marschall / Sweden
This is a great place to stay at while in Orlando
The hotel was very nice. They serve a full hot cook
to order breakfast every morning. The pools were
clean and the rooms were very clean. There are some beautiful pine trees outside this hotel.
Awesome Place to Stay
I went as a college freshman to Orlando in 2002 and stayed here with a group of 5. The hotel was GORGEOUS and the best part may have been the HUGE breakfast buffet every morning. The lobby was a lucious, green tropical paradise.
The suites in this hotel were a great value. For the same price as a group of friends staying at a WDW propety, we got a hotel room that was more than double the size along with that free breakfast. The transportation to-and-from DisneyWorld runs constantly and we had very little trouble.
You will love this hotel!
Okay hotel, but...
It looks like the management is inefficient. At breakfast, they were constantly out of teaspoons, out of forks, out of bananas, out of yogurt. If you want scrambled eggs or bacon, "the attendant has to serve you", but the attendant cannot cope when the hotel is crowded.
There were long lines for coffee, eggs, even to get a tray...very tiring experience.Otherwise, it was really quiet in a hotel that is so close to the airport and the people who work there are nice and are trying hard to please and this is a plus.
I stayed here in November 2003. This is a great choice for business travel. The food service, housekeeping, and amenities are first rate, and the location is very convenient to the airport and dining. The complimentary cooked to order breakfast and evening reception make this hotel an extremely good value for the money.
Great hotel. Found out that they offer upgrade for less than $12 which includes fax, local phone, and wireless internet. Good service and food. Value good as well. Highly recommend
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