The perfect hotel area, as staying at the Epcot area resorts means you get to eat at the Boardwalk Entertainment area restaurants. It was great having a kitchen, although the dinning plan meant that we only used it for breakfast. The ESPN Club is the place to go for beer and sports memorabilia. They went out of their way to make sure everything was fine and we were happy. We stayed in a garden view room and was able to see portions of Epcot, including Spaceship Earth from our balcony. Even though the Boardwalk is not super kiddish, you still feel the Disney magic, just on more of an adult level. With the younger kids the Orlando Sports Resort is prime and super cheap if two adults are splitting the bill.
What you can expect is a great time with all the simplicity of a prime hotel that takes care of its guests. You get the best of comfort and plenty of space in the room despite the fact they're not huge. You are sure not renting a condominium but rooms are plenty large for most people. If you live in an 8000 square foot home then maybe anyplace over here is not big enough for you, but I think everybody else that is normal will think this is just right for a super getaway.
I really like being headquartered in this zone because you're not really in Orlando daysinn.com as you're more over towards the west side of the city where all the main action is for the tourist. They definitely can beat the competitors because of the Extra Magic Hours which puts it over the top and some of the hotels are extremely affordable. That's the one thing you need to do is figure out what the price point you're really looking at because they have it from the cheap ones all away up to the super deluxe hit the visa credit card hard places. I can't remember if they have barbecue grill outside but I don't think there'd be any time to do something like that but I know they have them at the Fort Wilderness campground which is about five minutes away by using the free bus system.
The people at the front desk were very nice and are great about helping you with a smile, unlike some of the other places where you just get service but not friendly service. They have friendly service and that's what people expect. I kind of assume they have internal checking kind of like a spy police that go around and ask questions and rate the employees to see if they're doing a good job or not. That seems like a good idea to spotcheck your employees by using some third-party person reviews, and plus they get plenty of feedback on their Disney phone line since it is available twenty-four hours a day. I bet people sometimes do get mad at something or other and probably land on these people pretty good, but I'm sure they would take it with a smile and come up with a solution to make you happy.
We've had no issues whatsoever with anything and never really had to change out a refrigerator or ask for something to be fixed. Go ahead and put this on your top Florida itinerary vacation list!