This huge resort hotel attracts a mix of business and pleasure travelers.
Two massive towers make up this huge and glossy hotel that is ultra-popular with conventioneers and Disney travelers who prefer to stay beyond the raucous boundaries of Mickey's neighborhood. A complimentary shuttle delivers guests to the theme parks, although there's plenty to do right on the property, from practicing your golf swing with lessons from the on-site pro to enjoying a drink in the lively, seventeen-story atrium lobby. The modern ambience flows freely within the guest rooms, from furnishings with dark oak finishes to bathrooms with granite countertops. The rooms also feature custom Grand Beds, fitted with comfortable sheets, thick down comforter and pillow-top mattress. Among room choices are one-bedroom family suites for up to six, two-bedroom family suites for up to eight and kids' suites with bunk beds (and adjoining parent's rooms). Corporate travelers can upgrade to the Business Plan; for a few dollars more, you get continental breakfast, morning newspaper and complimentary local, toll-free and long distance calls. All rooms also come with high-speed Internet access. Each tower boasts its own recreational amenities, but the South Tower is the place to be. The landscaped rooftop garden is a virtual country club, as it is home to sundecks, a swimming pool, tennis courts and the fitness center.