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14 nights Orlando November 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each (2a/2c) £350pp (£1399 total) @ British Airways
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14 nights Orlando November 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each (2a/2c) £350pp (£1399 total) @ British Airways

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Posted 3rd Jan

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Update 1
Further price drop, now £1399 2a/2c for 14 nights and flights in November, departure date 25/26 November. Also 27th September departure available for 14 nights £1490 2a/2c.
November getaway to Orlando for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children (or other combos) including direct BA return flights from London Gatwick (26 Nov -10 Dec). Works out at £350pp including hotel stay at 3* Ramada hotel gateway, flights and 23kg luggage each. Weather temp is 22 degrees average, may suit those with pre school children. Possible to flex the holiday for other combos e.g. 2A/1C. Option to pay a £300 deposit.

Prices based on sample date of 26th Nov to 10th Dec / 25th Nov to 9th Dec

  • 14 nights hotel + direct BA flights with 23kg for 2 Adults = £530pp (£1061 total)
  • 14 nights hotel + direct BA flights with 23kg for 2 Adults + 1 child = £402pp (£1205 total)
  • 14 nights hotel + direct BA flights with 23kg for 2 Adults + 2 children = £350pp (£1399 total)

Also 27th September to 11th October for 2a/2c (£1490 total)




From LGW 26 Nov to 10th Dec - £1399 2A/2C including flights, checked luggage and accommodation

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What's included

  • Direct BA Flights for 2 adults and 2 children - 26th Nov to 10th Dec flying from Gatwick
  • 23kg luggage allowance per person
  • 14 Nights 3* Hotel accommodation Ramada hotel gateway room
  • Free transfers Disney, SeaWorld, Universal, Lake Buena Vista.
  • Managers reception Mon - Thu 5pm - 6pm. Includes free draft beer and wine.


Ideally located only one mile from Walt Disney World Resort, this value hotel is perfect for couples and families wanting to explore Orlando. Dip into one of the two outdoor pools or grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants nearby. If you are on a budget and looking to visit Orlando’s biggest theme parks, this hotel couldn’t be better placed. Benefiting from a convenient Kissimmee location, not only are you minutes away from Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando is 12 miles away and SeaWorld Orlando is six miles away.

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Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a fortnight lol
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Plus the holiday tax for kids on those dates (if taken out of school)
packard03/01/2020 16:55

Plus the holiday tax for kids on those dates (if taken out of school)




May suit those with pre school children
Or those wanting to save money from the school holiday tax !
packard03/01/2020 16:55

Plus the holiday tax for kids on those dates (if taken out of school)


Holiday tax lol

But true.
Edited by: "boss911999" 3rd Jan
Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a fortnight lol
Is the price now gone up to £529?
CPI03/01/2020 17:20

Is the price now gone up to £529?




no the price/deal is still valid - if you select 2 people and then amend to include children the price will update
Looking to go *this* year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price.

Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it?

Thanks in advance.
Edited by: "harty06" 4th Jan
harty0603/01/2020 17:35

Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April …Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price. Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it? Thanks in advance.


we were there last October and it was between 27 and 31 degrees and only had 1 day disrupted by the weather
harty0603/01/2020 17:35

Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April …Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price. Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it? Thanks in advance.




Tui/Thomas Cook have had some decent prices for Florida historically, usually last minute. Obviously with Thomas cook no more, prices have increased, hence the £2400 price point mentioned above. If after April next year I would hold out to see what prices come along. thanks
Northerndave03/01/2020 17:17

Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a …Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a fortnight lol


Oh my god I’m so tempted to book this on a Visa card!! Such a bargain.... ! 🌞 🎡🎢🎠 🏰 x
harty0603/01/2020 17:35

Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April …Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price. Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it? Thanks in advance.


October usually end of hurricane season (usually September) and for me has always been best time to go (less busy and less rain). I went in April/may once and was rained out of 3 parks and they have these annoying as f**k flying ants that are everywhere. I take it the school tax thing is for England and Wales!?
harty0603/01/2020 17:35

Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April …Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price. Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it? Thanks in advance.


That is way too expensive, should be looking at £1500 for Mar-May in a budget hotel like Clarion for 2A & 2C
Do you have a direct link for this please..I can't find it.dooh..
We are a family of 4 going in August and staying in Universal Studios for two weeks and it’s cost us £6500 so this is a good price. Don’t forget the price of the park tickets..
B-Mac03/01/2020 18:50

October usually end of hurricane season (usually September) and for me has …October usually end of hurricane season (usually September) and for me has always been best time to go (less busy and less rain). I went in April/may once and was rained out of 3 parks and they have these annoying as f**k flying ants that are everywhere. I take it the school tax thing is for England and Wales!?


They aren't ants they are lovebugs (totally harmless). They aren't usually too bad around Orlando. March to May is a very nice time of year to visit Orlando, usually nice and warm but not too hot and it rains much less than the summer months. Of course like anywhere else you may get a bad 2 weeks any time.
nokiafusion03/01/2020 19:27

We are a family of 4 going in August and staying in Universal Studios for …We are a family of 4 going in August and staying in Universal Studios for two weeks and it’s cost us £6500 so this is a good price. Don’t forget the price of the park tickets..


Big difference between this hotel and any Universal hotel, also August commands a massive premium. It's cost me £5400 for 16 nights in March staying at Disney Coronado Springs, a lot more than we usually spend but everything is included, food, drinks, park tickets, transfers.
Northerndave03/01/2020 17:17

Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a …Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a fortnight lol


Your never in your room in Orlando anyway.
Azwipe03/01/2020 19:39

Big difference between this hotel and any Universal hotel, also August …Big difference between this hotel and any Universal hotel, also August commands a massive premium. It's cost me £5400 for 16 nights in March staying at Disney Coronado Springs, a lot more than we usually spend but everything is included, food, drinks, park tickets, transfers.


Good price for all inclusive . August for 4. X
Lol BA, good luck with the strikes
Northerndave03/01/2020 17:17

Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a …Imagine the fun of 2 parents and two teenage kids sharing one room for a fortnight lol


Its really not.
Thank god they've left home!!!
Tesco_Donkey_Balls03/01/2020 19:48

Lol BA, good luck with the strikes


In my opinion, I think they handled the strikes very well. It affected our Orlando trip, ie the flight home, but we were offered the next flight back, either one or two days, with hotel at their expense, just had the one day extra as it made it nearly 3 weeks, but as said, with my personal experience thought they superb.
harty0603/01/2020 17:35

Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April …Looking to go next year with my pre schoolers. Was looking at 11th April for 14 nights in the clarion inn coming in at 2400 with tui or virgin with their 10%off sale at the moment. Don't know what to do as I reckon if I wait a bit longer it can be had for around this price. Any thoughts on this, October will be in hurricane season won't it? Thanks in advance.


October is a great time to go... still hot but not too hot...

Id never go at any other time of the year now..
packard03/01/2020 16:55

Plus the holiday tax for kids on those dates (if taken out of school)


Taken kids out for 2 weeks for past 3 years on the trot and had no fines as of yet...
What happens if you invent two children and then don't take them with you? It's cheaper to book for a party of 4 than it is for a party of 2!
flumpet03/01/2020 21:58

What happens if you invent two children and then don't take them with you? …What happens if you invent two children and then don't take them with you? It's cheaper to book for a party of 4 than it is for a party of 2!


Bloody stupid init. X 😬
B-Mac03/01/2020 18:50

October usually end of hurricane season (usually September) and for me has …October usually end of hurricane season (usually September) and for me has always been best time to go (less busy and less rain). I went in April/may once and was rained out of 3 parks and they have these annoying as f**k flying ants that are everywhere. I take it the school tax thing is for England and Wales!?


Rubbish, Hurricane season is June 1 - 30 November and the peak part of the season is Aug-Oct.
accuweather.com/en/…160

But I agree, October is a great time to go, quieter in the parks, less humid generally and hot without being like a Sauna
Oh and those flying ants? Actually Love Bugs and they don't half ruin the windscreen.
Edited by: "Northerndave" 3rd Jan
Edit for my earlier post, when I say April next year I mean this year, damn Xmas has messed my dates right up

Thank you for all of the replies in this deal. £1500 is a steal for 2 weeks in Orlando. I'm deffo booking it but gotta decide if April or October now.
Anyone stayed at this hotel compared to the clarion?

Thank you hotukers
harty0603/01/2020 23:31

Anyone stayed at this hotel compared to the clarion?


I’ve stayed in this Ramada twice now and it’s not a bad accommodation. Of course, it is a budget accommodation, but it offers good clean rooms, ample parking and a great location too. It is secure with gated access and a security guard monitoring the coming and going vehicles.

The location is excellent and you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to food. There are countless restaurants in the immediate area and all are accessible on foot. There is a huge Walmart next door too for stocking up on inexpensive drinks and snacks for the room

The hotel offers rooms in the tower (higher price), where reception is located, or motel style accommodation at the back. Just make sure when you book, you request a room that doesn’t face the car park. Those facing the pool are much nicer, and, as far as I am aware, do not cost any more.

There’s a couple of pools here and it was never an issue getting somewhere to sit. I preferred the larger, free-form pool, which could be found towards the back of the hotel.

Whilst you could stay here without a car, just be aware that some of the park shuttle bus timings to the parks aren’t the best. In some cases, there is only a single transport option, some not leaving until almost midday. Given that parks are now charging in the region of $22 a day for economy parking, those wanting the cheapest possible break could make it work.

All in all, it’s a nice place. If like me you want somewhere clean and with sufficient amenities and at an affordable price, this hotel ticks every box.
anything similar from Manchester? thanks
Edited by: "emmant" 4th Jan
Was about to jump on this, then realised, my eldest is starting school in September.

Unfortunately, I’m about to experience the pain other parents have, with premium holidays.
3* hotel??? That’s so bad. 5* only!!!
Anyone know what actual dates in september for 2A and 1C come up at £428??? Looking to book
hairywaynus04/01/2020 11:13

Anyone know what actual dates in september for 2A and 1C come up at …Anyone know what actual dates in september for 2A and 1C come up at £428??? Looking to book




@hairywaynus

Was based on 4th to 18th October. With regards to September 2a/1c prices below based on Ramada hotel and flights, 27 September to 11th October is cheapest

13 to 27 September - £1375 (£458.33pp)
20 September to 4th October - £1375 (£458.33pp)
24 September to 8th October - £1347 (449pp)
27 September to 11th October - £1277 (£426pp)

2a/1c

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Chanchi3204/01/2020 11:28

@hairywaynus Was based on 4th to 18th October. With regards to September …@hairywaynus Was based on 4th to 18th October. With regards to September 2a/1c prices below based on Ramada hotel and flights, 27 September to 11th October is cheapest13 to 27 September - £1375 (£458.33pp)20 September to 4th October - £1375 (£458.33pp)24 September to 8th October - £1347 (449pp)27 September to 11th October - £1277 (£426pp)2a/1c[Image]


Absolutely brilliant prices Chanchi...thanks for your help! Was looking at going next year but at these prices how can you refuse!
I cant get this deal at the price you say its showing over £500 each for 2 adults and 2 children I really want to book this
louisthefrenchie04/01/2020 13:19

I cant get this deal at the price you say its showing over £500 each for 2 …I cant get this deal at the price you say its showing over £500 each for 2 adults and 2 children I really want to book this



@louisthefrenchie The prices seem to have changed for those dates but there are others

27th September to 11th October - £1490 for 2a/2c
25th November to 9th December - £1399 for 2a/2c
26th November to 5th December - £1399 for 2a/2c
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 4th Jan
hairywaynus04/01/2020 12:23

Absolutely brilliant prices Chanchi...thanks for your help! Was looking at …Absolutely brilliant prices Chanchi...thanks for your help! Was looking at going next year but at these prices how can you refuse!


@hairywaynus - just spotted some cheaper prices in November inc 2a/1c - maybe of interest


26th Nov to 10th Dec / 25th Nov to 9th Dec

  • 14 nights hotel + direct BA flights with 23kg for 2 Adults + 1 child = £402pp (£1205 total)
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