Staying a week with two young teens, opted for WorldQuest instead of a motel room and were very glad we did; it was maybe a couple of hundred pounds more expensive than a decent motel, but the suite was amazing, huge and spotlessly clean. Two big bedrooms, nice bathrooms, 3 large televisions, kitchen, washer dryer and so on - seems a bit of a waste if spending all day at the parks but really nice to come back to a "home from home" and have lots of space. The resort is huge, felt guilty driving to breakfast each morning, but when in Rome......... Pool was nice - clean and warm - but a long walk or drive if you're staying in the furthest blocks.
Used the Disney shuttle on one day, wish we'd driven ourselves instead, had to stand up on the way and wait 3/4 hour in the cold and rain on the way back, not a big deal, just mentioning it as advice for others.
What really needs sorting out is the breakfast - quality and quantity is great, variety is fair and the two ladies who look after it all are superstars. The issue is the ridiculously small space, 5 tables indoors and a few outdoors. By eight o'clock, the area resembles Delhi railway station with people jostling for muffins, fighting over orange juice and perched on every available surface if not sat on the floor. One day, 3 of the 5 tables were occupied by a group of painting contractors in painty overalls which I found a little odd. I suppose it is just about conceiveable that they were guests staying at the resort for some reason but assuming otherwise, the WorldQuest management needs to consider carefully whether a 5* resort should allow 60% of its seating capacity to be occupied by contractors instead of guests or indeed whether contractors should use these areas at all; I can't think it would be allowed to happen anywhere else.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mediterranean-inspired WorldQuest Orlando Resort is the perfect all-suite hotel for your Florida vacation. WorldQuest Orlando Resort is located just one mile from Walt Disney World and a short drive from SeaWorld, Universal Studios, and Epcot Center. International Drive South, scores of delicious restaurants and designer shopping are minutes away. Each of our condominium-style 2- and 3-bedroom suites features a full kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, separate living and sleeping areas. Welcome to your home away from home! ... more less
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