La Quinta Inn Orlando International Drive North

Address: 5825 International Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Florida Center area of Orlando, is near Epcot Center, Wet 'n Wild, iFLY Orlando, and Funspot Action Park.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn Orlando International Drive North

          Fairly basic but good location


          We have just returned for our holidays - August 2004. We stayed at the Red Horse Inn for two weeks. During that time we found the hotel very basic and laking in atmosphere.

          The choice for breakfast was very small including the breakfast area. There wasn't many tables and chairs to eat breakfast so quite often we ate by the swimming pool. For the majority of the holiday we ate breakfast elsewhere due to the fact that it wasn't a 'hearty cowboy breakfast' at all!

          On a positice side, the hotel was very clean including the rooms. The swimming pool was of a good standard and the hotel location was within walking distance of good amenities.

          I would return to the Red Horse Inn if I was on a budget and not planning to spend much time within the hotel.

          Loved the Red Horse Inn


          We stayed in the Red Horse Inn on International Drive for two weeks in August 2004, we found it to be very clean and the rooms were quite large. There was a self service laundry which was very handy when returning from the beach/pool/parks with wet towels and clothes. We would highly recommend it to anybody. The only down point was that there was no in-house restaurant but we soon got over that with the variety of different restaurants on our doorstep but they did provide a very substantial continential breakfast (free).

          Awful Place


          It was the worst place i ever stayed in. The staff were rude and not very pleasant. The rooms were disgusting and the windows were nailed together. The only good thing i can say about this hotel is that it is in a great location right across the road from Wet nd Wild and 5 min from Universal Studios.



          Oh my god where do I start? Yes it looks good from the outside but the rooms are awful. On one of the beds there was a large stain of what looked like blood we noticed this because there was no fitted sheets on the beds just a flat sheet over the mattress. There was mold on the walls next to the beds. the bathroom stunk of mold and at 65.00 a night through expedia then when you get there they charge you a $5.oo night "resort fee". I was very disappointed. And angry!! Lesson learned STAY ON DISNEY PROPERTY AT THE ALL STAR RESORTS WELL WORTH PAYING THE DIFFRENCE. WHICH BY THE TIME THEY ADD ON THERE "RESORT FEES" IT EVENS OUT TO WHAT DISNEY RATES ARE.

          Great place to stay


          Hotel and service were great. The shower head was a little dirty and the setting arae for breackfest was small, but otherwise stay was great. The cowyboy breackfest was very nice, and the staff always made sure the food was being restocked.

          Nice Lobby TRULY bad rooms.


          The hotel lobby is truly inspiring. However, the rooms are the worse I have ever stayed (any where in the world). My girlfriend and I would not even take a shower. The bathroom tub was very stained and the everything looked abused. I don't recommend this place to any living creature. The rooms are just terrible. Oh! I tried a second room trying to give them a chance. Again, the final product was the same.

          I would not stay here again


          The only good thing about this place is the funky design in the entrance/reception area. The first room we were given smelled like paint and there were paint chips on the carpet. When we complained they switched us to a room with a filthy bathroom (previous guest's hair in the sink). It seemed they took the time (and money) to decorate the entrance/reception but neglected to upgrade the rooms. Also the 'complimentary' bus to the parks and the gym facilities is actually across the street at the Sheraton. We paid $75/night which included the $5 additional fee and taxes and it was not worth it.



          i went on a school trip which i was really looking forward to and its not what i expected. it was better! youve got my compliments

          Needs help


          The public areas are charming and themed, but the room we were given was early motel 6. not very clean no theme, the key didn't work. we waited in the hall for a long period until a maintenance man came to fix the door. there was a resort fee charge also takced on the room charges($5.00 per night). we checked out after the first night and stayed with relatives. the motel is however convenient to universal studios.

          Excellent Staff


          Staff was very helpful and careful to listen to and understand my questions. I would very much like to see a coffee machine in the building or perhaps a courtesy coffee pot in the breakfast area.

          TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn Orlando International Drive North

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Orlando

          Day 7: Harry Potter

          A travel blog entry by b.wing on May 12, 2015

          2 comments, 11 photos

          ... Mom. Gave her some time to dry. And then changed our bus reservation for one three hours earlier and came back to the hotel very tired. Even Sara didn't want to walk to the restaurant. But we did. It was the Leaky Cauldron where we had lunch! And ice cream was at Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream parlour. It's all coming back to me ...

          Cynical? Us?

          A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Mar 08, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... chat with some Canadians who shared our views on Disney, the cost and an old chestnut of ours, tipping. Here after a meal you receive your bill and it is made clear on the bill that gratuity is not included but to "help" you decide on the tip they helpfully calculate what 15% of the bill is then 20% etc A familiar phrase when you order your meal - what a wonderful choice! Aaahhh!!!!

          Came back to the hotel for a rest ...

          Legoland ...

          A travel blog entry by didier.moutia on Jan 11, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... and shipped to Florida. We spent an hour here alone! The miniatures include famous cities but also Star Wars sets as well. Throughout the park you see lots of lego structures not just here.

          The Land of Adventure has a great roller coaster called the "Coastersaurus". The kids loved this old wooden coaster so much that they rode it 5 times. The Safari Trek was also excellent. It is not really a ride, but the effort put into ...

          Disney's Hollywood Studios

          A travel blog entry by tracey.bastin on Aug 25, 2014

          5 photos

          ... went back to Star tours this - this time with fast pass privileges. We walked straight through, but Fastpass freak was on a break so the plebes didn't have the same wait that us plebes has an hour before. Onto the backlot tour, which was good but quote "hardly the VIP Universal Studios tour" unquote - I'm seeing myself in my only child?! Rounded out the day with the Muppets 3D show, Lights camera action stunt show (think Gold Coast Movie world stunt show on steroids) & the ...

          Adrenaline junkies

          A travel blog entry by niblet on Jun 11, 2014

          18 photos

          ... return to, particularly on a day of a planned live rocket launch at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

          On the last day we had just one opportunity to see the ultimate in Orlando theme parks- Universal Studios. This park is split into two parts: Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure. Both parks had separate entrance fees and typically there were rides in each of the parks I wanted to go on. As we had just one day to ...