Lake Buena Vista Hotels
Stay in Lake Buena Vista Hotels and discover why it is one of the most exciting locations for your vacation getaway. Conveniently located within minutes from Walt Disney World, the Lake Buena Vista area offers the convenience of an ideal location in the heart of the magic. Hotels in Lake Buena Vista are also within minutes from Downtown Disney, finest shopping, dining and entertainment venues.
Among the benefits of staying in the Lake Buena Vista area include hotels with bigger rooms, lower rates than Disney World hotels, and special in-room amenities. In addition, all guests can take advantage of complimentary shuttle service to all four Disney World theme parks while saving money on gas and parking fees.
Below is a list of suggested hotels in Lake Buena Vista. Accommodations range from value to full-service hotels and rates vary depending on the amenities of each hotel.
List of Hotels in Lake Buena Vista
Royale Parc Hotel – Hotel is less than 5 miles from the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center, just minutes from the major theme park attractions, walking distance to unique restaurants and entertainment.
Holiday Inn & Suites– Make your next visit to Orlando even more exciting by booking your stay at the Holiday Inn Resort Orlando-Lake Buena Vista!
Clarion Inn– Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista – A Rosen Hotel and a Walt Disney World Good Neighbor Hotel
Staybridge Suites– Plan the vacation of a lifetime with special offers and suite accommodations available only at AAA 3 Diamond rated Staybridge Suites Orlando Lake Buena Vista.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites – This modernly designed hotel is located just 10 minutes from the Walt Disney World Resort , and central to all of Orlando and Kissimmee’s top points of interest, such as Orlando International Airport, Universal Orlando, Sea World, Orange County Convention Center, Kissimmee Lake Front Park, Osceola Heritage Park, Old Town USA and so much more.
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