My Stay At The Shore View Hotel

I booked this hotel through Groupon on a travel deal which was a 2 night stay for 2 people with breakfast for £98, so I wasn’t expecting much to be honest but what I got was fantastic!

We arrived at about 9pm but there was a very nice man on reception that got us checked in very quickly.

I thought that there wouldn’t be a lift because the building has looked very old in the pictures that I saw online but was happily surprised that there was one.

The room was 117 on the first floor, a big spacious room with a nice sized bed, huge desk with the TV at one end, the tea and coffee tray at the other end and some shelves underneath with some more towels and a hair dryer. A wardrobe with hangers that didn’t have a door on it. Plenty of plugs around the room for us as well and a big radiator.

The room we had is at the back of the building but we could see part of the pier between 2 buildings so I guess that is kind of a sea view Haha.

The only niggles I had was that the bed was on wheeles, if one of us leaned on the bed a little bit, it would move. Not a lot but enough to make you lose your balance and our window looked out over the bins and pub. Nothing can be done about the pub of course and if you close the window, you cant really hear anything happening outside. You only get one pillow and it’s not very plump so I called down to reception asking if we could have more and a man came up about 5 minutes later with 2 pillows for us. Talk about super quick.

The bed is really comfy, definetily no complaints about sleeping. The TV was a good size, we could both see it find from the bed and it had freeview so we at least had a good amount of channels to pick from.

The bathroom is small but well designed so that it’s not cramped. There is a shower/bath, a toilet and a sink. Make sure you sort out the temperature of the water on the shower before you get in as it’s a bit cold at first and can get really hot very fast if you are just turning the nobs randomly.

The hotel is perfectly located on the seafront and about 1 minute to the pier.

Breakfast is buffet style so you can get a cooked breakfast of sausages, fried eggs, baked beans, bacon, mushrooms, omelette and hash browns. They also have a few different hams, cereals and breads for toasting. Everything was very nice except the sausages, I just couldn’t get on with them.

The hotel is very modern and stylish, always tidy and clean.

The wifi was really good, didn’t stop signal once when we used it in the hotel. You get a little card with the password on it when you check in and it stays the same the whole time you are there.

Parking isn’t all that great, they don’t have their own car park but you can get a parking permit from reception if you manage to find somewhere close by to park. I didn’t want to chance it and booked us in at the NCP car park half a mile down the road.

If yo arrive after the restaurant has closed, there is a very nice all-you-can-eat restaurant a few minutes walk away called which is where we went to as we had come straight from work so we were starving. Or, the nearest supermarket is a Tesco Express which is less than a minutes walk away round the back of the hotel.


I would love to stay here again, it was such a great stay.

Staying At The Premier Inn In Hanger Lane

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This is a brilliant Premier Inn and one of the only ones that I know that has rooms at the promised low prices that you see on the TV. My sister and I stayed on the Friday and Saturday nights of the first weekend in December, we had the buffet breakfast each day and it was only £84 in total. A complete bargain.

It is located between two train stations, one is Park Royal on the Piccadilly line and is about five to ten minutes walk away depending on the speed you walk. The other station is Hanger Lane Station which is on the Central line and is about one minute walk to the hotel, you walk down into the underpass and the entrance to the station is at the other end. It takes about 10 minutes to get into London on the train.

When you walk into the hotel there are 2 little desks where there are sometimes staff if you need help or there are those big check-in machines to do it all yourself.


The staff were all really nice and chatty, ready to help out if we needed them and always had a smile on their faces.

We had a double room and it was huge, you could of easily got two more double beds in the room and still have room to move around. there was a desk with a chair, a spare chair in the corner and a big wardrobe that had a mirror and hair dryer already set up. The only thing I didn’t like about the room was that the TV sat on one of the shelves in the wardrobe and it was such a small TV that we couldn’t see it from the bed because it was about fifteen feet from the head of the bed. So when we were sat in bed watching TV, we couldn’t really make out what we were watching. The aircon was a big fiddly, we were really cold when we went in so turned it on a little but then woke up in the middle of the night sweating so turned it off. We kept it on 21 degrees the rest of the time so that we stayed comfortable.

The bathroom was surprising small when you think how big the room was but it had the usual toilet, sink and shower/bath. Like the room, it was cleaned everyday. Shower was easy to work out and the bath is a nice big bath that even I could get into for a nice soak.

The breakfast in the mornings was brilliant, so much to choose from food and drink wise, there was even smoothies which I really liked. You had mushrooms, sausages, eggs, tomatoes, has browns, bacon, baked beans, etc for the cooked breakfast. Then there was different cereals, breads, fruit, juices and yogurt. it’s best to go down to breakfast as early as you can as we found the breakfast room gets really busy at about 9am. It’s a big breakfast room but it became packed very quickly.

The wifi is free, it’s easy to connect to it and you get a strong signal no matter where you are in the building.

There is a little shop round the corner which is great for getting snacks and it’s not too expensive.

We didn’t use it but there is a car park round the back of the hotel which you have to pay to park in.

Would gladly stay here again and would highly recommend it.

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My Brilliant Stay At The Mitsis Family Village

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Loved this place so much, I would highly recommend it to anyone as there was only 3 things we weren’t 100% on but there was plus sides to them as well.

The first being that the hotel is on a steep hill that we found difficult to get up, a few times we even ended up in little groups with people all just to get up the hill like a team haha. The 


hotel do run little golf carts up and down to the beach and other hotels so if you aren’t very fit, you just need to ask a member of staff to run you up the hill.


Our room was amazing but it was up another hill, the staff on golf carts helped out with that when we weren’t feeling brave enough to walk up haha.The last one was that the swimming pool is filled with filtered sea water so it can sting if it gets in your eyes, it can really sting and unless you want to be covered in little salt crystals when you dry out, you need to have a shower as soon as you get out the pool. On the plus side, it does help you get a tan quicker. It’s sea water for the kids pool as well.

This hotel is just 1 out of 4 in the Mitsis complex. The first hotel is Blue Domes Resort and Spa, Norida Beach, Summer Palace and then Family Village. This hotel is at the top of the hill looking down over the other hotels.

The room was just wow, it was huge, I’m pretty sure that you could put another 4 double beds in the room and we’d still have room to move around. The bed was 2 single mattresses on a bed that was made completely out of concrete. The bedside tables and headboard were also built into the bed. There was a huge wardrobe with loads and loads of room in it and a safe. There was a single sofa bed that was quite comfy to sit on, we didn’t sleep on it at any point. There was a little table next to it that had a small TV on it. There was a desk with a phone to reception in the corner. The bed bit about the room was that we had our own bar and kitchen! I loved it, it was just a shame that we were on an all-inclusive holiday or we would of had a few bottles in the bar haha.

One thing about the room you have to be careful about is ants. Do not leave any food out whatsoever, wrap it up and put it in the fridge. I took some sandwiches back to the room from the bar one night and fell asleep watching TV. I woke up in the night so a slight rustling noise, when I turned on the light, there was a line of ants coming from the front door, round by the wardrobe and up the side of the bed to the bedside table taking bits of my sandwiches away. It was amazing watching them but annoying, we thought about throwing the sandwiches in the bun but thought that the ants would just go in the bin so I put the sandwiches outside our front door and all the ants went back outside. We made sure to put food away after that.

The bathroom was a good size with a bath/shower, sink, toilet, hair dryer and a huge mirror. There is a window in the bathroom but it is about head height in the shower so if you open the window while you are in the shower, make sure you remember and don’t smack your head on it when you turn round….like I did haha.

It was the personal touches that really made this such a great hotel. We were checking in late, we didn’t get into our rooms until nearly 11pm and when we did there was a plate of sandwiches, some apples, 2 bottles of water and 2 bottles of lemonade. I thought that was really nice of them as the kitchen was closed when we arrived. The bar only does beer in half pint glasses and my husband was finding it annoying that he had to get 2 drinks for himself each time so he asked the barman if there was an bigger glasses. There wasn’t anyone else at the bar so he said to hold on and went out the back of the bar. He came back a few minutes later with a hard plastic pint glass and said my husband could keep it. The few times that we attempted to climb the hill back to the hotel ourselves didn’t always go to well as it’s so steep, lucky enough, a member of staff came past us in a golf cart and stopped to give us a lift the rest of the way. A few times while we were eating in the restaurant, I’d finish my drink and one waiter would ask if he could get me another drink. Our towels were folded into fans on the bed every day when the maids had been in which was really pretty. You can not fault the staff here at all, every single 1 of them was really nice, chatty and a pro in their job.

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They have free wi-fi that only really works in the reception area, you get 2 hours sessions but you can just log back in once your session is over and it’s still free. You can pay for the better wi-fi which is faster and works around the pool as well but that can get pricy.

The restaurant was great, if you get a table near 1 of the windows facing the pool at dinner time, you got a beautiful sunset while you eat. There lots of room and lots of tables, I never felt like everyone was crammed in.

Meals times are:-

07:00 – 09:00 Breakfast

12:30 – 13:15 and 14:00 – 14:30 Lunch

18:30 – 19:30 and 20:45 – 21:30 Dinner


There are snacks in the bar in the afternoon which are sandwiches, little cakes, etc from 10:00 to 18:00.

The food was great, every meal we had something different but there was always plenty of salad, fruit, cold meats and bread. My husband and I really liked the omelettes at breakfast as you could ask them to make them fresh for you how you like it. We had meat balls one night and they were amazing, the sauce they used was so delicious. A tip for the English, don’t have the baked beans as you will be disappointed haha, they aren’t Heinz. They look like kidney beans in a tomato sauce.

There is a kids club and a little play ground right next to the pool. There was only a few kids in our hotel so only saw it being used a few times but the kids looked like they were having fun.

There is entertainment in the evening at the Theatre which is down the hill from the hotel and starts at 9pm each night. This is used by all the Mitsis hotels instead of Blue Dome so there is usually a lot of people there in the evening. It’s the kids club for an hour or so where they dance around and sing on the stage and then the entertainment staff put on shows, discos and themed nights. There is a bar up the back of the theatre on a platform, I would suggest getting there with the kids show to get a seat up b the bar, it’s the best view as you can see the whole stage. It does get really busy at the bar once the adults turn up so get a few drinks when every you go up to save yourself some queuing time. The best show we saw was when the entertainment staff put on a show showing off their talents, some danced, a few sung, some acted, 1 even used neon lights to do a dance, it was really good.

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There is a little water park that is used by all the hotels. The water is proper swimming pool water and not sea water. It is a small pool so it gets packed quickly and the sun loungers get taken super quick. There is a bar which is open all day but don’t serve snacks. There are also toilets behind the bar so you don’t have to worry about going back to the hotel if you need to use the toilet.

There is 2 slides but be careful going on the red slide as there is a sharp dip towards the end and I saw a few adults hit the back of their head on the slide. I myself hit my head because my I came round the last corner very fast, then my legs came up making me go backwards on the dip and hit my head.

There is a bus stop where you can get a bus into Kardamena for 1,80 euros each way or to Kos Town for 3,50 euros, make sure you always have the right money. You can get a timetable from reception.

There is a beach that is a 5 minute walk way or you can get one of the little golf carts down to it. The beach is still part of the resort so the bars and pizza hut are still included in the all-inclusive plan. The sun lounger area for this hotel has green parasols. You don’t have to pay anything for the sun loungers. The beach is manmade so it isn’t sand, it’s lots of tiny stones so it can be hard to walk on and when you go into the sea, you sink but it is still nice. There is 2 bars, one that has a glass front and one that is a little hut which also does hotdogs. If you want pizza from the pizza hut, you need to be quick because they can only cook a few pizzas at a time in the stone oven and everyone just jumps in when one is cooked.

My husband and I stayed here for a week in October towards the end of the season so there wasn’t loads of people there. In fact, when I saw that a lot of people left on the first Thursday we were there, I went to reception and asked if it was possible to be moved down the hill towards the main building. The lady on reception said she would see what she could do and to find her the next day, which I did and was told that because there wasn’t many people left in the hotel or expected to arrive, we were being up-graded to the next hotel, The Summer Palace the next day. I was a little sad as we had been having such a great time but was excited as we were getting an up-grade.

If you are going out the next day, you can request a packed lunch to be made up for you. Just go to reception the day before and they will put you on a list and the next morning, your lunches will be waiting for you. We had bottles of water, apples, bits of cake and sandwiches. I thought it was great as we didn’t have to worry about getting something eat when out for the day.

The bar doesn’t have a lot a of choice of beer but they did was soft drinks and a cocktail menu. There is a strawberry slushy machine in the bar as well which is lovely, especially on really hot days. I was asking for a bit of vodka in a glass and then filling it up with strawberry slushy, it’s delicious!

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My Stay At The The Istanbul Ev Guest House In Brighton

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We stayed here for 3 nights at the beginning of July and it was a pretty good stay. I booked through Travel Republic.

The location is great as it is a 2 minute walk to the beach and Brighton Pier. There isn’t much parking nearby so we arrived by train and then walked to the hotel, took a out 20 minutes.


The room wasn’t very big, it had a double bed, a big wardrobe, a desk and a small 

tv. Only one side of the bed had a bedside table, the other side was right up against the wall with the window so who ever is on that side of the bed had to slide down to the end of the bed or climb over the other person to get out of bed.

There isn’t any aircon so if it’s hot, you have to open the window and that is when you will get your own personal wake up call at 7am from every seagull nearby. It drove me crazy but it was so hot that weekend that it was a toss up between boiling in our room but have quiet or managing to cool down but hear all the seagulls.

The bathroom is a bit on the small side and takes up a lot of room in the bedroom. The shower is a good size but a little difficult to work out at first, once you know what’s what, it’s fine. The toilet it right in the corner between the shower and the wall, this was quite a squeeze for us to use but lucky enough there was a toilet on the landing as well that we could use.

The bed was super comfy, both me and my husband slept great each night as it was that comfy.

The view from our room was the back houses so not great but if you have a room at the front of the hotel, you see the front of the houses opposite. In order to see the sea, you would need a room at the front of the hotel and then lean out your window to look down the street.

There is no lift so if you have trouble getting up stairs, make sure you tell them when you book.

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The hotel offers breakfast, you can a tiny cooked breakfast, cereal, toast and plenty of tea and coffee. After the first day we actually opted to have breakfast at the Harvester at the bottom of the road as you can get an all-you-can-eat breakfast for £6 each.

When you check in you are given 2 keys, the first is the front door in case you are out late and they have locked up for the night. The other key is obviously your room key.

There is a Tesco Express a few minutes walk away so getting food and drinks if you need them isn’t a problem if you are on a budget.

The staff were all really nice, some of them didn’t speak much English but they were still nice.

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I don’t think I would stay again unless I was sure that I could get a room at the front of the hotel, with a bigger bathroom and on a low floor. I think that would definitely be better for us :-)

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My beautiful Welsh Cottage, Sulfur Cottage in Snowdonia

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This cottage is absolutely amazing. It’s 3 bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 twin), a living room, huge kitchen/dining room and bathroom. We couldn’t believe how nice it was when we were walking through to have a good look when we first arrived.

I found it through and couldn’t believe my eyes when I could book it for £228 to 4 nights! You get an email to a website to pay the deposit through and then you are given a date that you need to pay off the rest of the money. If you book well enough in advance, you will have loads of time to pay off the full amount. Here is the link for you to have a good look.

A few days before we turned up, I spoke to Mrs Vaughan who owns the cottage, she was such a lovely lady. We spoke about when we were expecting to arrive, what is in the house for us, where to get the key, etc. It was really nice speaking to her, it’s a shame we didn’t get to meet her.

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The Kitchen

I’m not joking about how big this kitchen is, there is a big round table to have meals on that can have 6 people sitting at it and there is still loads of room to move around.

There’s a big arger, over, grill, hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, sandwich toaster and a big kettle to be used on the arger. When we looked through the cupboards we found loads of plates, bowls, cutlery, different glasses, pots, pans, frying pans, baking trays, kitchen utensils and cleaning products. There is even baby plates and cutlery which I thought was a nice touch. They really have thought of everything that you would need and it is nice because you don’t need to worry about taking them yourself. There is an oven with a separate grill and 4 hobs on top, all in perfect working order.

I loved my view from the kitchen when I was doing the washing up, you can see for miles and sometimes the sheep come up the garden fence.

The Bathroom

This is on the ground floor at the end of a tiny hallway that connects the kitchen, living room and airing cupboard. It doesn’t have a radiator but it does have underfloor heating which makes such a difference when it is on as the bathroom can get very cold.

It has a lovely big deep bath/shower, sick and toilet. The shower is very easy to use but make sure that you turn it on by the switch in the airing cupboard so that it works.

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The only thing I would say that it needs is an extractor fan as the condensation built up quite quickly and we had to open the window because we had water running down the walls and we were worried that it would start effecting the plaster.

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The Living Room

This room is a long room with 2 comfy chairs and then a 2 seater and single seater chair set.

There is a fire place that you can use coal or wood on but there is also an electric fire if you aren’t sure on how to make and maintain a fire. There is a TV that’s connected to a Sky box and a DVD player. There are some books, DVDs and games in the big sideboard as well.

It’s very warm and cosy when you have the electric fire is on, it really warms up the room quickly.

Bedroom 1 – Double

This is on the ground floor, you go out of the living room, the front door is on your left and the bedroom is on the right.

This was mine and my husband’s room, it was very comfy, I really liked the bed and how spacious the whole room was.

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Bedroom 2 – Double

This room is up the stairs and to the right. There is a double bed, wardrobe and bedside table all made of wood, there is also a built in cupboard.

It’s a lovely size room with a double bed, check of drawers, bedside table, wardrobe and a vanity table all made of wood.

The bed was very comfy, my husband and I are a bit fussy about beds but this one was great. It can get very hot in there though so what we did was put the little heater on in the bedroom about an hour before we went to bed so that it was nice and warm, then switched it off when we went to bed.

Make sure you close the curtains when you go to bed because if you don’t, you will get woken up by the sun in the morning.

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Bedroom 3 – Twin

This one is to the left at the top of the stairs. There are twin single beds, a cot, built-in wardrobe and cupboard.

We didn’t use this room during our visit but its perfect if you have kids, especially with the cot.

You’ll find the wifi router on the kitchen side, you get a signal all around the house but it is strongest in the kitchen. There is no phone signal or land line in the house so at least there is the wifi.

The nearest town is Pwllheli which about 12 miles away and there is a little seaside town 35 miles away called Aberdaron. Other than that, it really is just a few houses and fields around you so it is very quiet at night making it the perfect place to go if you just want to chill out and be away from the world for a little while.

There is a little walled in area next to the house with a gate that is big enough for 1 car.


I would gladly stay there again as it was so nice and peaceful, really felt like I recharged my batteries.

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My Stay At The Rosen Inn on International Drive

We had such a great stay here, we stayed here for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year and had no problems at all as the staff were all brilliant, the facilities were all in working order, absolutely nothing to complaint about.

We arrived late in the evening but we were checked in and up to our room in no time.We were the only ones checking in so I think they were waiting for us to make sure that everything was done quickly for us.

RI pool side

As we are from the UK, the time different was 5 hours behind what we are used to so tried to stay up as late as possible so we were lucky as the bar was still open and doing food. It was nice to have somewhere to eat and chill out for a little while before heading up to bed.

There are 2 parts of the hotel, you have the main building which is the hotel side and then the West Wing that looks like a motel. We were in the main building on the 6th floor with our window facing down International Drive so we were quite high up and had a brilliant view. We saw Volcano Bay being built just across the high way as well.

The room is huge, we didn’t realise it was going to be as big as it was. There was a massive bed, it was so big that I had to do 3 full rolls to get across the bed haha. The bedside tables on both sides of the bed had laps, one had an alarm clock which also had USB points in the top and the other had the safe. There was a round table with 2 chairs, a wardrobe that also kept the ironing board and iron in it and a big side unit that had the TV on top, a microwave, a coffee machine, some drawers and the fridge in it. There is aircon in the room but don’t leave it on too much as it can really dry out the air in the room and there is no way of getting fresh air other than opening the main door as the windows don’t open in the room.

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The bathroom was a nice big size as well with a lovely big bath/shower, toilet, a mirror with a sink under it and a bin

The room and bathroom was cleaned everyday in the early afternoon unless we put the “do not disturb” sign on the door. We put it up every other day as we were hardly in the room so didn’t make a lot of mess and it would of just wasted the house keeping staffs time.

There is a little shop where you can get food, drinks, snacks, merchandise, etc but to be honest, it is a bit on the pricey side. We would only go in there if we couldn’t be bothered to go to the Walgreens that is a 5 minute walk from the hotel.

The swimming pool is great, it’s not very big but to he fair, when we were using in the afternoons, there wasn’t many people in or around the pool so a lot of the time we had it to ourselves. We had one day of the holiday which everyone was saying was a cold day but being from the UK, we were still really hot haha. We were the only ones in the pool for about 2 hours and got some funny looks from people who were walking round in fleece jumpers haha. They even turned on the heating in the pool which basically turned it into a lovely huge warm bath. There is a fence all around the pool and you will need your room key to open the gate to get in. Towels are provided in a storage container next to the fence by the pool so that you don’t bring down your room towels. You don’t need to pay a deposit for the towels either.

There is a little gym but we didn’t use it during our stay, the equipment looked well looked after and clean.

There is a small arcade with a few games in it if you need a little bit of time to waste or just something to do while waiting to go out.

The hotel has a breakfast room which serves all-you-can-eat breakfast of sausages, bacon, eggs, grits, pancakes that you make yourself, cereal, fruit, etc. It’s meant to be about $7 dollars but there was an offer on with a little vouchers so it was only $4 or $5 each. The food was great, plenty to choose from to start you on your way each morning. There are staff that walk around topping up your coffee, we loved them as they would always have a chat and give us good tips on what to do and where to go.

The wifi is free throughout the hotel and no matter where we were, we had great service, even by the pool. You are given a little slip of paper with the password when you check in so that you can connect to the wifi.

They have a launderettes on the 3rd, 5th and 7th floor in the main building and the 2nd floor in the West Wing. You need tokens to use the machines which you can get from the machine in the launderettes or from reception if the machine isn’t working. Make sure you have lots of $1 coins as it works out as $3 for a wash, $3 for drying and £1 for the soup. We used the launderette about half way through our stay one evening when we weren’t planning on going out and didn’t see anyone but the other machines were being used. It takes about 30 minutes for the clothes to be washed and then another about an hour for them to dry in the tumble dryer so we just set an alarm on our phones to go down every 30 minutes to swap the clothes from the washing machine to the tumble dryer and then an hour alarm to go take them out and back to our room

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3 of the pictures on this page are from the Rosen Inn Facebook page, they are not my own

There is a counter in the lobby where you can book days out, get park tickets and transport to attractions or taxis. We spoke to a few people on the counter over our stay and they gave us so much great advice on places to go and things to do. They have a free shuttle to Universal, Sea World and Aquatica from 7am to 11:45am every day. There is a return journey at times in the afternoon so make sure you check with the driver of the times. It’s first come first serviced so make sure you book transport the day before or get up early to see if you can get on one of the shuttles for that day, you can’t book a few days in advance. 

The shuttle only takes about 20-30 minutes to get to Universal as it stops at a few other hotels. Or you can walk to Universal, it’s less than a mile away and it’s a very straightforward route. It took my husband and I about half an hour to walk it. If you are going to Disney, you can book a taxi from the counter, a return journey is $20. We also booked a taxi to the local Walmart which was $35 for a return journey.

If you get a pass for the iTrolly, there is a stop directly outside the hotel so getting around isn’t a problem.

There is a restaurant called Shogun Japanese Restaurant, we didn’t eat there as we thought it was a bit pricey but other guests that we spoke to about it said it was lots of fun and the food was really nice

I would gladly stay here again and again

Please check out their website to book your stay

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