Holiday Inn & Suites Across From Universal Orlando
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A hotel is judged by how welcoming and efficient the staff of the hotel are, how comfortable the rooms are and how many facilities are available at the premises. Well, Holiday Inn & Suites hotel across Universal Studios, Orlando certainly sets the bar for every hotel present in Orlando.
Main reason for visiting Orlando, for many people, is usually visiting the Universal Studios. Holiday Inn & Suites is in 10-15 minutes walking distance from the Universal Studios, if this does not satisfy you I am sure that their free shuttle service will. Holiday Inn & Suites is one of the few hotels that provide free shuttle service to Universal studios and also, Disneyland.
The rooms here are complete with all basic requirements a tourist would need. Iron, Microwave, Refrigerator, Comfortable beds, Soft relaxing single seat sofa, 32" LED television, Coffee maker and hair dryer. These are all what their rooms are loaded up with.
My recommendation to anyone visiting Orlando and plan on to visit Universal and is looking for a hotel. Look no further. My trip is almost on it's end and I can happily say this hotel has made my trip affordable as well as relaxing.
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