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We have stayed at this hotel a number of times now and it's beginning to feel in some ways like our second home.
All of the staff are awesome - from the front desk - housekeeping - maintenance - breakfast (special mention for Marlene and...More
This is either our third or fourth stay here and after having stayed at a few other properties, I think we will always return to the Staybridge in LBV when we are not staying on Disney property. We stayed at another hotel a few months...More
stayed here for two nights while visiting family. It was a nice place to stay for older adults who did not want the Disney Experience. Great breakfast, nice pool, and the two bedroom suite was nice for two couples.
What a nice place! Way beyond expectations, I was pleasantly surprised. Very comfortable beds, large suite, kitchenette with all utensils, glassware and plates/bowls, etc. Each of the two rooms had a TV, as did the living room area. Nice pantry/store in the lobby, excellent breakfast....More
My wife and I had a great stay at the hotel. Excellent clean suites. Outstanding staff that enjoyed their jobs and serving others. A shout out to Jorge and Coby at the desk for being proud of their place and wanting to serve. And also...More
Yes! But I was a bit bothered that I couldn't get the curtains to hang right and light still filtered in (I'm very sensitive to light), but I thought of a trick...I've already put extra office clips (the black metal binder... More
Yes! But I was a bit bothered that I couldn't get the curtains to hang right and light still filtered in (I'm very sensitive to light), but I thought of a trick...I've already put extra office clips (the black metal binder clips) in my suitcase for the next trip. And then when I was having a procedure done the week we got home, the nurse used a binder clip to fasten the curtains together in the pre-op bay. Just a handy trick to share.