How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunset Lakes Orlando
Travel Blogs from Orlando
... terraced houses - and the triple decker bus. It was pretty cool, and we watched lots of fans having their photo taken on the steps of 11 Grimold Place, HQ of Order of the Phoenix, some in their Hogwarts robes. What we didn't notice first time round was the entrance to Daigon Alley - which is just how it should be according to JK Rowling, but theme parks don't normally make a thing out of being subtle. So some time later, after shooting at the ...
... and the Fahrenheit temperatures:
Sunday, Sept 28: Travel from LA; Arrival in Fl. 8,887 steps (89f)
Monday, Sept 29: Magic Kingdom 15,237 steps (89f)
Tuesday, Sept 30: Universal, Islands of Adventure 12,239 steps (88f)
(Wizarding World of Harry P)
... restaurant was fantastic! The only thing that was Mac and Cheese was a starter and this came in the form of crumbed squares of Mac and cheese, deep fried and coated in Parmesan. Yum yum! We followed this up with bruschetta to share and for mains Carmela's chicken, a pasta dish with roasted chicken, rigatoni, caramelised onions, mushrooms and Marsala cream. Everything was so awesome that we decided to follow this up with dessert of New York Cheesecake.
... place. A quick outline of the parks: MAGIC KINGDOM - the ultimate in Disney. The famous original characters mixed with the new. This park was full of magic; lots of opportunities to get up close and personal with Mickey, Minnie, Donald , with a variety of princesses throw in and of course Tinkerbell. When it came to rides this place had the most for Ellie to take part in, along with some more thrilling rides for our older ...
... of the road, stopping traffic while we cross. Some cars tooted but mostly we had good humoured motorists who stopped and let us cross. Bloody crazy Aussies with one too many beers under their belts. Anyway, we made it there and back and got our souvenirs as well.
We got back to the hotel later than usual, said our goodbyes to those who were leaving early tomorrow and headed to ...