Wynfield Inn Orlando Convention Center

Address: 6263 Westwood Boulevard, Orlando, Florida, 32821, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the International Drive/Universal/SeaWorld area of Orlando, is near SeaWorld Adventure Park and Pointe*Orlando.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Wynfield Inn Orlando Convention Center

      Don't go here!!

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      I stayed at this hotel last week and hated it. Checked out early because my girlfriend and I could not stand it. This hotel had roaches, I requested a room change because of this and when we woke up the next morning in the new room, what did we see, roaches on the head board by our head. The location is good but thats the only good thing about the hotel. Room had wierd smell, carpet stained, only 8 television channels on a little tv, shower temperature kept changing and water pressure was little to none and no room service as they advertised. If your looking for somewhere to lay your head and don't mind any of the above, go right on ahead. Next time I go, i'm going to pay a little more and stay at the Marriot across the street. Did I mention that things were missing out of my girlfriends belongings after we checked out. Watch out for the room cleaners, have locks on everything. Never again.

      Benefit of the doubt, but...

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      I always like to give a place the benefit of the doubt, even if the reviews are shady. A lot of times people only write about a place when they are unhappy, so I booked a night here anyways. We checked in well after check in time, but the room was nowhere near ready to be occupied. There were no towels (and we had to ask the desk staff to have them delivered), stains on the furniture, the grate on the ac unit was broken (not good for little hands) and the toilet ran constantly! My husband was so disgusted, he packed us up to leave to stay somewhere else for a substantially higher price. They offered us another room which was acceptable at best, and we did end up staying the night. The landscaping was nice, but the walkways were dingy and littered (I was ready to take out a broom and sweep them myself). And there was a shady character wandering the grounds all afternoon. Even though the establishment was in a nice area, the TV channel that constantly ran tips about how "not to get ripped off" while staying there made me very uneasy.

      OK for a base

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      We stayed here sept 03 Ok for a base that you only sleep in, the staff were great that we dealt with, i wouldn't say the location is that convienient, ok for sea world but all the other restaurants and attractions on I drive are quite a way from here. it was clean but a bit tired, the safe didn't work, and lots of frogs around the pool!

      This place should be condemned!

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      Having travelled from Cocoa Beach to Orlando and gone straight to SeaWorld to spend maximum time there that day, we arrived at the Travelodge tired but happy - But not for long! I was 'greeted' by a receptionist who didn't have a clue what he was doing and his colleage stepped in to help him out. She persisted in ignoring me and referring to me as 'her' and 'she' right in front of me whilst talking to her colleage. I felt like I didn't exist and that I was beneath her. Customer service was obviously not something that was of much importance to her. I was then given a 'Welcome Letter' which was a photocopy from the bin which proceeded to tell me that our rooms would be cleaned every FOUR days or there would be an additional charge if we wanted it more regularly! It wasn't even a good photocopy - it had been through the machine so many times on a bad toner setting and at the wrong angle, I was lucky I could read it!! We found our room and I have to say, I thought I had stumbled into a crack house or something. The stairs had blood on them, the bins in the stair well were overflowing the whole time we were there, the handle was missing off the door of the room next to us as if it had been busted by the cops and that certainly didn't make us feel safe and secure in our hotel. The room was nasty even for a budget hotel. The bed smelled damp, the toilet holder was falling off the wall in the bathroom.... ugh need I go on. And as for the 'Complimentary Breakfast'.... don't even bother to turn up - it's not worth a look. PLEASE, TAKE EVERYONE'S ADVISE - AVOID THIS PLACE LIKE THE PLAGUE!!! - or else you might catch it!

      Central, walk to seaworld and good value.

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      We booked this place on-line two weeks prior to arrival. We were looking for something that was centrally located, had shuttle service, a pool and continental breakfast.....basically best bang for our buck. No surprises at all, except for a few bonuses 1. that we could walk to Seaworld (through the Sheraton parking lot) which was nice, 2. the I-trolley stops right in front of the hotel 3. plenty of restaurants (Bennigans, subway, pizza, and chinese to name a few) and 4. small grocery/beer/liquor store right next door. For the amount we paid $42US per night, it was above average for value. Ignore the bad reviews, if you do your research ahead of time and have realistic expectations of "ya pay for what ya get" then you should have no problem with this place. If you are used to staying in the Sheraton....stop yer whining and stay there....it's across the street.

      Most horrible hotel ever!

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      In all my years of traveling, I have not had a worse experience than I did in this hotel. Where do I start with the long list of horrors... If you are tempted to stay at this hotel because of a cheap rate, think again, sometimes you get a deal at a hotel, and it ends up being a good buy, but this is not one of those hotels. When I got to the hotel, it took over an hour to check in because they could not find my reservation. I got to my room, which was muggy and old. When I went to take a shower, the towels had hairs and stains on them, I ended up drying myself with my shirt. I was paranoid to even lay on the bed after that incident, and with reason, I then discover the bed sheets had holes and white stains on them ( I don't even want to imagine from what) So, I slept cold, refusing to cover myself with something so revolting. On my last day I had requested a late check-out (which was a nightmare to get) a male head housekeeper banged on my door and asked, when we were planning to leave, Then yells at me the check-out time of the hotel. I then decided this was enough, I called the front desk and asked for the manager, the young girl that answered told me there's no manager there and hung up on me ( At first, I thought she put me on hold because I couldn't believe that she had hung up on me) I have written 5 letters to Travelodge about this matter and I still have gotten no reponse. This was my stay at this hotel, I just thought people should be warned, I wish I had been.

      Never Again! You get what you pay for

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      Where do I begin? I was charged a $20 cash deposit to use the safe key and phone for local calling. Room was horrible, with a dirty yellow comforter and the bathroom had so many spackled holes in the walls it's amazing they didnt cave in. Beds were very uncomfortable, pillows like Wheat Thins. This hotel showed a photo with a nice fountain in the front of it, too bad it belongs to the hotel next door and they got a nice camera shot of it to look like it was a Travelodge feature. Lobby of 'breakfast time' full of locals eating free food with their kids.

      Great Location, Great Value

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      Rooms were clean and comfortable with TV and hairdryer and the housekeeping service was excellent, clean towels everyday. All staff were friendly and the Swimming Pool had a regular fresh supply of pool towels.

      Restaurants and shops within walking distance and International Drive was a 2 min drive.

      Very close to Sea World and a short distance from the other parks.

      Village Inn restaurant next door did a fantastic breakfast - again the staff there were friendly.

      If you are looking for a comfortable, clean room to crash into after a long day at the parks then this is for you.

      Would defo stay here again.

      Terrible UGH!

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      The whole hotel smelled of must/mold. Dirty, old. Blanket on the bed had a hole 12" in diameter. Cot for youngster smelled of vomit. Shower head fell off and part of pipe landed in bathtub. We and other couples changed few days after arrival to Fairfield Inn on Canada Ave. What a nice hotel. Very little cost to upgrade.

      The best all round

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      i have been to florida 5 times in the last six years and every year i go back to the same hotel because it is everything i need in a hotel.When i first stayed it was called wynfield but it changed it name to villger premier but i am glad that was all it changed.The rooms are clean and the maid service is good all the staff are so friendly the location of the hotel is excellent you can walk to seaworld it is only 10 min.The hotel breakfast buffet is good the only little tiny compliant is the toasters their is not enough and the are slow dont always brown the bread.The pool side bar is always a buzz the music at night sometimes is loud but after a exhausting day we sllep thught anything.I am hoping to go back this year .On all my visit to florida i go round lots of other hotels and as yet have never found one which i would rather stay inthan the villager premier. The rates are very good to.*RATING BY ME AND MY FAMILY

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wynfield Inn Orlando Convention Center

      2.50 of 5 stars Fair
       

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      All at sea

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