Holiday Inn Winter Haven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Winter Haven
Orlando is a tough town to stay in. It books up fast and it's expensive because of the mouse. Disney doesn't interest me. I was just there to see Harry Potter's house. We rented a car in Orlando and drove to our hotel which ended up being 45 minutes away in Winter Haven. That was kind of a bummer and we got a little bit lost. But once we found it, we were happy. They gave us an insanely large room with all the amenities. The woman at the front desk was very helpful and kind. And, in the morning, the buffet line of eggs, bacon and flap jacks was plentiful. Holiday Inn Winter Haven is a pain in the ass is you're heading to the theme parks but it's a nice little place at a decent price.
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Hit the road at 9:30 a.m. Cloudy and foggy. Heavy downpour when we hit Interstate 75 south. Very slow going, could hardly see. It was still quite warm though, 75 degrees. Beautiful scenery, lots of green trees, and lots of Spanish Moss. Went through Gainesville and Ocala. When we got to Lakeland, the sun was out and we were starving. Spotted a …
... and have now run out. When the boys got back they went back to the pool for a night swim and watched Planes at the outdoor cinema. Got some very ordinary dinner from the Disney Cafe here - terrible not again then settled in to watch Miami Heat v Brooklyn - very close game with 2 overtimes and Brooklyn winning. Our stay ...
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