The Epcot Area Resorts
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. go
Anywhere within five miles of the entrance to Epcot is a good spot. You have to realize that Epcot is closer to Orlando, and a little bit more centralized than the Magic Kingdom. I'm talking about just a mile or two so it's not that big of a deal one way or another. If you coming over from Tampa, always take the first exit and get into Disney as quickly as possible. The sooner you hit the property line, the sooner the smiles come on the face. I actually think the people that live in the city of Kissimmee are pretty darn lucky. It's a good area in Kissimmee and interstate four between Orlando and Tampa is a darn good road. We like the trips here and try to stay at Pop Century Hotel when the prices are right. Outside of disney property, there are some excellent options. Make sure you're not too far away. The upscale Caribe Royale resort and its less-expensive sister property buena vista suites are very good choices. With the family you can get a 1-bedroom suite that sleep 6. Hopefully you don't have six people in there, so you have more room. Units have a mini-refrigerator and microwave. Buena vista suites includes a full hot breakfast buffet in the rate, but of course breakfast buffets are super cheap in Orlando. I would recommend Sheraton Vistana Villages. If you need more room, you have got to look away from the disney hotels. Large families should skip the disney resorts, you can have a good time and beat Disney's prices by a mile.