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Radisson Resort at the Port Questions & Answers

I'm wondering about Airport shuttles and shuttles to the cruise port. We are flying into Orlando for a cruise. I'm trying to avoid the car.

over a year ago Answer

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Robert A
Cape Canaveral, Florida
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We are happy to arrange shuttles for our guests. Our airport transfer charges are listed on our website in the transportation tab or you can call the main hotel phone number and ask for airport transportation reservations. We also offer shuttles to and from the cruise ship terminals for a fee of $6.00 per person each way.

over a year ago
JACKSONVILLE
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No matter where you are cruising from, if you are flying in for the cruise you should always fly in at least 24 hours before embarkation. Too many things can go wrong with the airlines. There are shuttles directly from the airport to the cruise port, but unless you have arranged your airfare and transfers through the cruise line, the ship will not wait for you to get to the port. The fine print states very clearly that if you miss embarkation, you are responsible for meeting the ship at the next port of call that has commercial air service. If you plan to arrange your own airfare, I recommend the Radisson At The Port as they can provide both airport and cruise port shuttle services. But, whatever you do, arrive at the city of embarkation a day before the cruise sails. I have 50+ cruises under my belt. By the way, don't pay any attention to Pam K, as she has the Radisson At The Port confused with some other hotel.

over a year ago
Grove City, Ohio
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If you mean shuttles directly from Airport to Ship they have that available through CoCoBeach Shuttle.or Pay What You Want Taxi

  We flew into Orlando International, then took the CocoBeach Shuttle to The Radisson Resort at the Port.

It's 50.00 per person round trip .

It is excellent.

The Radisson has shuttles to the ships...its $12.00 per person round trip. Call and book it early so you get on the list to the ship for the first trip going.

  Hopefully if going on Carnival you have Faster to The Fun ( FTTF) on the ship so your luggage will be taken from you straight to your room on the ship...plus all the other perks with having this.

Bookiing CoCoBeach shuttle you pay upon booking it.

The Radisson you pay when you check out of the Radisson to go on cruise.

over a year ago
Dover, Delaware
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As we drove to Florida and stayed in Daytona Beach for two weeks prior to staying at the Radisson, didn't need airport shuttle. I would call the Radisson & check on the airport ride. They will tell you all you need to know, and their staff is very personable and willing to help!

over a year ago
Adelaide, Australia
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I can't remember the name of the bus company, I know it was $25.00 per adult each way, if you call the Radisson they will advise you as we booked it from the Hotel. Hope this helps!

over a year ago
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I think we are going to go with Radisson....although we are sailing Carnival...what is this FTTF people keep talking about. I called the cruise line and the agent said she had no idea what I was talking about (I think there was a language barrier) can any of you guys give me any more info on that?

over a year ago
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We took shuttles both to and from Orlando Int'l Airport, and to and from the cruise port. You might want to reserve them ahead of time. You can call the hotel directly at +1 (321) 868-6576 at least 24 hours prior to arrival to make your airport shuttle reservation today.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) Transportation Pricing:

1 Person: $33 USD flat fee, one way

2 Persons $50 USD flat fee, one way

over a year ago
Lakeland, Florida, United States
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i was there for a class reunion so didn't use the shuttles. This hotel is horrible! It was clean, but very outdated and in need of major repair. We understand they will be demolishing the hotel next month from the front desk. If you can make changes to your hotel I would. There was a nice Residence Inn there!

over a year ago
Palm Beach, Florida
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I know they have shuttles to the cruise port, not sure about the airport. You can call the hotel and I am sure they would help you.

over a year ago
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