Stayed 5 nights in a two bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. The apartment was clean and very well appointed with full kitchen, dishwasher and microwave, washing machine, dryer. The checkin staff were friendly and efficient and even allowed us to change rooms once we had checked out the apartment we originally selected (we were concerned that the pool party on Friday and Saturday would be too loud and long - Las Vegas style - so selected an apartment further from the pool. Once we found it only went till 11pm at the most we moved back to a poolside apartment). This complex has 24 hour boom gate security and front desk. The pool is enormous, kept clean and there are activities at the pool run for the kids throughout the day. They also have a 12 person or so hot tub poolside which is kept at about 100F (38C?).
The Tiki bar at poolside offers drinks and food options throughout the day. This isn't fine cuisine but perfectly fine for a family lunch by the pool.
The complex is very close to all the theme parks with Movie world, Animal Kingdom and Epcot being only a couple of miles away. They also run a free shuttle to Epcot I believe which allows you to use the Disney transport system.
There are also lots of food options very close, some of which deliver. Just 3 miles away there is a suburb called Celebration which has at least a dozen food outlets as well as a full service Publix supermarket for all your hot or cold food and groceries. The resort has a small convenience store but you would only use that if you couldn't drive the 6 minutes or so to Publix.
Although we didn't use it Worldquest also offer a free breakfast in their main reception building.
It is worth noting some of the fine print. Like many resorts, they charge a "resort fee" (currently $15) which gives you a range of services including internet. This is not optional. The only room service which comes with your basic fee is daily garbage removal. They have a range of additional cleaning services which you can call on at any time ranging from a light clean up to a full service for $36. This is not a big one for me as I don't scrub my floors or change my bedding at home every day so I guess I would use this every 5 to 7 days. If you are clean freak then factor this cost into your costs (or buy some cleaning products and do it yourself?)
The 5 nights we spent here (and it may vary depending on the time of year) would only buy 1 and a half nights at some of the Disney resorts.
WorldQuest Orlando is great value for money.
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