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$139 & up -- Orlando 4-Star Hotel near Disney, Save 35%
Source: Castle Hotel Orlando | By Alexandra Paschalides

This newly renovated hotel is close to the theme parks as well as an easy walk to I-Drive restaurants and attractions.
Select dates Sept. 25 - Nov. 14

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100% (11 ratings)
Source: Orbit One Vacation Villas

Great for families and groups, villas can fit up to six people with a king bed, sleeper sofa and two twin beds
Through Dec. 23

Source: Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista

This Official Walt Disney World® Hotel offers shuttle transportation to the Disney parks as well as a Disney character breakfast on Sundays.
Select dates through Dec. 20

Source: Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

Stay at a hotel that Fodor's says offers a "serene setting, just moments from Disney".
Select dates Oct. 22 - Jan. 2

Source: Member Only Deal

Stretch out in a two-bedroom villa that sleeps up to eight people with this deal that includes complimentary park shuttle service.
Most dates through November

92% (12 ratings)
Source: Member Only Deal

Save 30% at this official Walt Disney World hotel located five minutes from downtown near Walt Disney World® Resort and SeaWorld Orlando.
Most dates through November

Source: Member Only Deal

Amusement is just a couple miles away from this resort near Universal Studios with a deal that includes perks like breakfast and parking.
Many dates through November


Hotels with Member-Exclusive Extras

Source: The Florida Hotel and Conference Center

The hotel is attached to a shopping mall that fills 1.8 million square feet with shops and restaurants
Available year-round

100% (3 ratings)
Source: Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek

Surrounded by 500 densely wood acres of Bonnet Creek, creating a quiet and relaxing environment
Available year-round

Member Favorite: 96% (56 ratings)

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