Best Orlando Hotel Deals

$69 -- Orlando: 1-Bedroom Suite near Parks, 55% Off
Source: The Barefoot Suites | By Nile Cappello

Take the family to Orlando and stay in a one-bedroom suite w/kitchen at a resort that offers shuttle transportation to the parks.
Jan. 4-Feb. 12; +$50 Feb. 13-March 15

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Source: JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes

This 4-star resort shares grounds with the adjacent Ritz-Carlton and features an on-site spa, golf course and fine dining
Select weekends through March

 
Source: Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld

SeaWorld is across from this family-friendly resort that touts a waterpark, spa and five dining outlets among its amenities
Select weekend dates January-March

 
Source: BookIt.com

Two kids age 4-11 eat free with an adult; the resort features Disney Character Breakfast's three times a week.
Through April

 
Source: B Resort & Spa Lake Buena Vista

This hotel opened its doors in June and offers guests free transportation to some of the area's theme parks.
Select dates Jan. 5 - June 16

90% (191 ratings)
 
Source: The Point Orlando Resort

Stay in a hotel ranked top ten out of more than 300 Orlando hotels on TripAdvisor.
Through Jan. 31; +$20 Feb. 1-28

95% (19 ratings)
 
Source: Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista

This family-friendly hotel offers complimentary shuttles to the area's theme parks.
Travel through Jan. 31, 2016

 
Source: Wyndham Cypress Palms

Stretch out in a spacious one-bedroom condo w/kitchenette at a hotel that is near the Disney parks.
Jan. 2 - Feb. 28

 

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