Quality Inn & Suites Kissimmee

Address: 2945 Entry Point Boulevard, Kissimmee, Florida, 34747, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Citrus Ridge area of Kissimmee, is near Blizzard Beach, Mystic Dunes Golf Club at Mystic Dunes Resort, Bonanza Golf & Gifts, and A World of Orchids.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Kissimmee

          Cheap and cheerful!


          We stayed here for three nights in March 2005. We booked through Octopus travel and only paid 20 (about $30) per night for a family of four so it would be churlish to critisise this hotel for that price! The rooms were a good size but a little shabby. The room also smelt a bit musty.One good thing though, the shower was really powerful. We also encountered a cockroach in the room when we arrived but I mananged to put this out of my mind!

          The basic continental breakfast was a bonus before heading off to the parks.

          Basically, you get what you pay for! This hotel was fine for us as we stayed only a few days and were in the parks all day. Would not want to spend a long time here.

          We stayed at the Master's Inn Maingate: Entry Way


          We stayed at the Master's Inn Maingate on Entry Way, only a few miles from this one on Irlo Bronson. The hotel bathroom and linen was clean enough--however, we did have a few ants. If you left any food out, you'd see ants right away. We had to leave our luggage out in the Boston cold to kill the ants that stowed away in our luggage. Really gross. Our room was cheap, no amenities, but the pool was nice and...we didn't spend much time in the hotel anyway. The best part was that it was only 5 miles to the entrance to Disney. There were plenty of shops and restaurants nearby. All in all, if we had money to burn, one of the fancy hotels would have been nicer, but...considering 3 days at Disney for a family of 3 costs $500- we were happy to have this option... If you're fussy and rich, stay someplace else.

          Have a nice stay!!


          For a reasonable price this hotel provides good value. Friendly & helpful staff. Clean good sized rooms. Ideal for kids. Nothing fancy but a good place to come back to after a busy day at the parks & a nice clean pool to end the day with. Good location. Would happily return

          EW EW EW - Cockroach Hotel is what it should be called!


          This hotel was quite revolting. The toilet and shower were rotting along with the tiles. No shampoo or soap provided. There was a gigantic cockroach in our room but management refused to do anything about it which was horrifying. Complementary breakfast was not good - some strange fried breakfast food and watered down juice - do not consider this real food. The hotel "shuttle" was a little shady because it did not always run when it said and they gave bad instructions on how to take it back from Disneyworld. Seriously, invest in somewhere else.

          Good deal


          We stayed there for 8 nights and we enjoyed our time. Big room and clean too. nice staff, helpful. the only problem were the sheets that were too short for the beds so we ended up sleeping on the matress. very close to Disney with a free Shuttle. Very good deal! Will stay again, no problems.

          Great Location, but hotel looks like it will fall over.


          Ok. We stayed at this hotel for 7 nights and 8 days. The hotel was in a great location, not even 10 minutes from Disney. The hotel though was dirty, had a bad smell to it, little bugs in the room, and the hotel looks like its 45 years old and its not even 10 years old. The Breakfast in the morg. is a joke, muffin or OJ and coffee. They over charge on Stamps, there is a post office on 192 in Celebration, FL. The staff were great, except a women in the morg was very rude to my wife, all my wife wanted was towel and the lady told us no and that we had to call her the night before for it. the pool is not heated like they say. We never took any shuttles, but they are there. If i didnt pay only 45 a night for this hotel i would be upset.

          Enjoyed our stay!


          We just returned from a wonderful family vacation. We stayed at the Masters Inn, Maingate for 4 nights. The rooms were clean and comfortable and very reasonbly priced. The staff was friendly. We were traveling with my children and young grandchildren, I requested adjoining rooms but they do not have any. They rearranged their scheduleing so we could have side by side rooms. After long days in the Disney parks the beds were comfortable. We used the pool and most of the time had it to ourselves. We are happy with our stay!

          Grotty & Smelly


          After reading a bad review of the hotel I was originally planning to stay in, I asked to change & this was their sugestion!!

          From the first moment we walked through the cracked front door into recepton we knew this was a dive.

          The smell was revolting, like damp, second hand clothes.

          We were given a room which had no view of the outside, but overlooked the laundry area, also very grotty. I switched rooms but the smell in there was also revolting so we checked out.

          Its horrible.

          Great experience


          My 11 year old son and I stayed at the Masters Inn for 13 nights. The room had new carpet, freshly painted walls (or at least it looked like it), and a nice sink/bathroom area. This is an economy hotel but so is the price. The quality of stay was great for the price. The room was made up nice every day. The continental breakfast was assorted muffins, pastries, juices, and coffee and was included in the price of the room.

          The room where the continental breakfast was served was very pleasant.

          The swimming pool is, I think, a standard kind of size. There was never anymore than 4 people using it at a time so it worked out great for us.

          It was well heated which was really nice! The rooms formed a horseshoe around the pool area which I liked. Some hotels I saw stuck the pool out behind the hotel. The landscaping around the pool and in front of the hotel was nice. The pool area also had tables and chairs. I did a load of laundry while I was there at their laundry facilities. The shuttle bus service (which also served other area hotels) was always on time. There were just a few designated pick up times from the hotel and the parks and they give you a schedule which is real easy to figure out. The pick up times worked out just fine for us. There is a small grocery store close by, McDonalds, Dennys, Golden Corral, Magic Mining Co. All of these are really close walking distance. I know one family walked to Outback Steakhouse (it is about a mile from the hotel). The cable TV had Nickelodeon, Disney, ESPN, etc. And at night the hotel was really quiet; I was pleasantly surprised by that. We were there over the Christmas holiday season and had just a wonderful time. If you are looking for a nice, smaller hotel at a cheap price this is the one.

          OKay overall - from Mulgaboy


          Spent 3 nights at Masters Inn in July 2003. Clean room, friendly staff.

          Breakfast mucho simple, but free! Great Location, i love West of I-4...

          Ponderosa and Golden Corral nearby. WOULD return, was about 38 a nt.

          Close to I-4, close to World Drive. Staf was little Extra Friendly.

          OVERALL a nice time. from Mulgaboy

          TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Kissimmee

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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