Masters Inn Orlando Kissimmee
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Couldn't Wait To Get Out!
This hotel was horrible. We stayed in Aug of 2005,a day after a hurricane hit. So, we couldn't change hotels due to no vacancies. It looked like it was in an unsafe area. Not much to do around there. Couldn't leave a drink out for too long or bugs would be all over it. Actually, you couldn't leave anything out or you would be taking home bugs with you. The room smelt bad. My family hated it. Even though a hurricane had just hit them the day before, you could tell the place always looked that bad. International drive hotels looked wonderful and they were hit by the same storm. Pool was tiny and hardly any sun bathing seats. And that is after the pool not working for four days. Never again will I stay there again. Spend the extra money and stay on International Drive!
Good for the price
My Fiance and I stayed at the Master's Inn in March 21-24 2005. We thought the hotel was good for the price. We did not have any bugs that other people had. I didn't notice any broken furniture. It wasn't spectacular, but it was clean and we spent almost all our time at the park anyways, so the fact that the hotel was very basic didn't bother us. Given that we spent about $30 bucks a night I think it was a good value.
Everyone in our family hated the hotel. The rooms were really dirty!! There were insects (tiny, black, irritating ones) everywhere in the room. Even after the rooms were cleaned, I did not see much of a difference. The breakfast offered was really pathetic. All in all, it was a bad experience.
It was worth the price
We stayed at the Master's Inn Kissimee from Nov 2nd - 5th. The hotel was booked as an airfare/ hotel package through Travelocity. We paid just $25 per night and feel that we got a great deal. The room was not lavish but was clean enough. The toilet handle was broken but my husband was able to fix it. :) Other reviewers said that the hotel stunk. I did not notice any smell. I asked at check in if we could have a room that animals are not allowed in but this was not possible as dogs are allowed in all rooms. The front desk personel said the carpets had been cleaned one month prior. Besides checking in and checking out, we had no need to contact the front desk. During these times, the staff was friendly. There was a continental breakfast which included coffee, juice and pre wrapped pastry, muffin or bagel (no cream cheese or butter provided). There are plenty of restaurants nearby. We had our own car and it took us about 10 -15 minutes to get to the parks. If I wasn't on a budget, I would stay in a fancy hotel, but for my pocketbook, this hotel works!
Stay away if you don't want to sleep with Roaches...
Stayed here May '04. The nightly rate was around $40 so I wasn't expecting anything fancy. We were staying with my brother and mom. The room wasn't as clean as the Days Inn or other hotels we stayed in during our vacation. I made the reservation online and didn't print out my receipt. I wish I did. Because since I made the reservation the day before than our arrival, somehow, our reservation was still not in their system. Than the desk clerk told us that the Sales Department (Who knows where, not located at the hotel) fax all the online reservations daily and they enter it the time you check-in. Of course with our luck, their fax machine was down and since we didn't have the confirmation with us, we were trapped in the lobby for about 30 minutes and the clerk refused to check us in until the fax came through. Anyway, at the end I got ------ and I just told the clerk to check us in with my credit card and once they receive the fax she can just release any authorizations she took. She said fine and we checked-in. The room was simple and everything seemed to be working but the Cable TV wasn't working and we had to wait for the next day in order to have it fixed since there was no maintenance personnel working on that evening shift. On the second night when I saw a huge cockroach crawling around the headboards next to my bed and that was "it" for this place. We managed to sleep and left the next morning. This was the worst place I stayed in around the Kissimee area. Its not worth it, even though it was free. The location is good but try other places instead and don't waste your time and money.
I'm not staying here again...
The rooms are small, carpet was dirty, and the bathroom stank. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Please save the extra money and book another hotel.
Worse than Terrible - Don't stay here!
Do yourself a favor and stay far, far away from here. Stayed overnight with my husband and 2 year old daughter on Sep. 9th, 2004. The room smelled like death, the 'sleeper' sofa looked like it had been under a bridge for 10 years, and the place was damp and muggy. We only needed a place to stay for the night and my daughter was exhausted from the travel, so we stayed against our better judgement. Woke up the next morning and didn't even shower because we wanted to get out of there asap. Well, as we're getting into the car, I start itching all over my arms. Sure enough, I got over 50 bug bites overnight and had to go to the Emergency Room because I had been stung so many times. Think it was mosquitoes, as I'm allergic to them, and was sleeping with no covers (the covers were too small for two people on a double bed).
This place is a health hazzard. Don't stay at this hotel, seriously.
The worst hotel ever...
On first site the hotel is very scruffy, but wait until you see the rooms
awful smell (coming from the carpet)
damp chest drawers
hadn't been decorated since 1970
we didn't even stay the night
Do yourself a favour and book a villa
Checked in Christmas 2003. One of the worst hotels we have stayed in.
Poor room,pool dirty,dangerous steps up to higher level room,no plug on sink,bed too small, broken wood sticking out from bed caught leg, had to beg for extra pillows, threatened to buy our own and charge hotel, very unfriendly housekeeping staff. housekeeping staff member spitting on floor, had to buy air freshener for room,holes in towels. Pleased when we checked out. Will not go back.
How to spoil a holiday
Arrived late wish i could have left early. Tiny rooms broken doors, bad smell tiny bathroom need i say more.
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... home. When they had finished we all got dropped off and hung out at the condo and the recreational facilities they have. We girls painted finger and toenails so we will be pretty for tomorrow.
Disney World Day! Yes, we were all very excited. We found that Disney World allows guest to bring food into the park and so we packed a soft sided cooler with snack, sandwiches and drinks. This should save us a lot of money. We got everyone up and ...
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... 19th. The security guard was extremely kind and helpful. He said we could fix the problem at guest services. He asked if we would like him to take us. We said yes. He walked us quite a distance.
When we arrived at guest services we explained our problem to the two men there. They both said this was not the first time this type of thing had happened. While one of them began tapping on a keyboard the other one asked where we were from. The ...
... We should not take away from the quality of the food, it was spectacular. Each prepared with culinary experience and skill. Take note again that we were not starving at the beginning of our meal, but felt compelled to eat every morsel delivered. Each new arrival seemed better than the last and gave a sense of euphoria that made one lightheaded. The surrounding tables seem to agree with both the quality and quantity would be given ...