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This was an enjoyable time, the room was very nice and clean, the staff were very polite and helpful,we were close to a lot of eating places and parks.
Nature Park was very well presented and we had a lovely walk and enjoyed the scenery....More
We only had time to stay for one night but we will definitely be back. The check-in / check-out process was quick and easy. We loved the pool with the movie playing. The rooms were clean and convenient. The staff was all very friendly. Our...More
We stayed in October and went to Disney. For the price this hotel is worth it. I have twin 3 year old boys and we loved the pool (which they have 3) and the playground. There is also. Nature trail that was great for our...More
Upon arrival, I paid in cash and when I asked for a receipt, the front desk clerk, Dulo, would not give it to me. He said, "That was not what I was taught in training." I had to ask a manager for it. Then, when...More
Our stay at Champions had a bit of a bumpy start. We had booked the queen room for 4 nights. We were quite late checking in, and when we did, were told that they had overbooked the queen rooms and did not have one available....More
US$44 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Best Value Hotel in Kissimmee
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Response from HenryJimenez | Reviewed this property |
I think that if you book a triple room you can accommodate two people; But the vast majority of hotels in the United States maintain the same rate for one, two and up to three people; Some, like in Orlando, Florida, can... More
I think that if you book a triple room you can accommodate two people; But the vast majority of hotels in the United States maintain the same rate for one, two and up to three people; Some, like in Orlando, Florida, can receive up to five people without paying an extra. What I recommend is to reserve the room indicating the number of people, with the almost certainty that the rate will not go up any more.