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Hey we are checking in on 02/23/14 at french quarters but are driving in on 02/22 and need somewhere to stay that is cheap but nice. Any places you could recommend would be nice.
- Asked by Heather from NC on 2/17/2014
Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!)
You are going to have an amazing time at the Port Orleans French Quarter. It is one of my favorites! I love the great value of this moderate hotel and its romantic sophisticated grounds. Be sure to stop in and have a beignet at the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (say that three times fast!)
I too have arrived in the Orlando area prior to our Disney (land or sea) vacation and secured a hotel offsite. But before you go that route, call the Disney Resort Hotel Reservation Phone Number
listed in this link and check out a couple of options. First find out how much more it would be to simply add one day onto your reservation or make a one night separate room-only reservation. I have been pleasantly surprised in the past and was able to secure a good rate and not have to check into a different resort. The second inquiry would be to find out how much it would cost for a one night stay at a Disney value resort. This is a great option too because you are able to start your vacation already immersed in the magic **AND** they will transport your luggage for you to your next resort.
If neither of those options work out, then one unofficial site that I check for good pricing and current deals is Mousesavers.com. Their main page lists current mousesaver specials. There is also a tab with a listing and description of their preferred hotels. The most economical choice is often Buena Vista Suites. I stayed there last year with my family of 6 and was impressed by the full American breakfast buffet that was included in the price.
I hope this information helps you in finding a nice hotel!