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Best on Resort hotel with lowest price

by Ace

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“Hello Dad, this is my first time asking you a question and I would like to know what you think is the best hotel on the Disney resort in Orlando for people who are on a budget?”

I’m Partial to Disney


That’s an interesting question. I’m pretty partial to the Disney Hotels. I think the location, the transportation, the theming, the being inside the Magic and the perks can be worth the price.

Also, I rarely stay off-site so I’m not familiar with the other hotels around Disney World.

Of the Disney Hotels

Dad's home away from home is the Pop Century

I LOVE the Pop! – Photo by Judd Helms

I am a big fan of the Pop Century. I think it’s the best hotel for the money at Walt Disney World. With the Disney Skyliner coming to the Pop this fall, it will have the transportation options that rival some of the Deluxe hotels.

Dad’s Pop Century page

The All Star Resorts are a little cheaper, but their location is not as good as the Pop Century.

I am NOT a fan of the Family Suites at the Art of Animation or the All Star Music. Two rooms at the other Value Resorts are cheaper, and you get better bed situations with a regular room.

Destinations to Travel can Help

My partners with Destinations to Travel can help find you the best room for the money. They do spend time looking at offsite resorts. Give them a shout. Go to Dad’s Destinations to Travel page and fill out the form at the bottom.

Dad’s Destinations to Travel Page

Destinations to Travel

Dad’s Bottom Line

Ace, the bottom line is I prefer Disney Hotels. The best for the money on Disney property is the Pop Century Resort. That’s my story and I’m sticking too it.


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