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Package holiday to Orlando £386pp based on 2 adults @ Thomas cook
Package holiday to Orlando £386pp based on 2 adults @ Thomas cook

Package holiday to Orlando £386pp based on 2 adults @ Thomas cook

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Direct flights from Manchester to Orlando 29th April 2017 - 10th May

11 nights at Seralago Hotel & Suites.

Baggage and car hire included.

2 adults for £772 (386 each) + £50 off with 'Winter50' code

(2.5% through quidco too)

I am a teacher so gutted I can't go. Have been previously at this time of year. Low crowds and nice weather - perfect. May not be the nicest of hotels but in Orlando, you are rarely there.

Can't make the link work - a simple search will do the trick though

final cost is £722 (£361pp) after taking off the £50
- dudedude

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Link not working.


JayneF

Link not working.


works for me

Hot

You might get turned away if your Muslim travelling to US - aol.com/art…04/

Otherwise a great deal
Edited by: "wadz" 22nd Feb

Excellent deal, cheers to op

coming out at £1600 for me

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suzhayes

coming out at £1600 for me



I have just checked it and it is still the price I said unless you have changed the details. Different dates/hotels/airport departure will inevitably have a different price.

wadz

You might get turned away if your Muslim travelling to US - … You might get turned away if your Muslim travelling to US - http://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/02/21/british-muslim-teacher-was-denied-entry-to-the-us-it-made-me-f/21718604/Otherwise a great deal



fake news.

people are denied entry from the US all the time. He probably had the same name as someone on some list.

What ever happened to SunshineStacey? She used to post amazing holiday deals!

Great deal Would love a orlando deal flying from belfast/dublin, if only

Apocc

What ever happened to SunshineStacey? She used to post amazing holiday … What ever happened to SunshineStacey? She used to post amazing holiday deals!


Shes on Facebook if you search for her or go to this page sunshinestacey.com/

Anyhow great deal voted hot

If I hadn't booked the £199 flights to Boston I would be booking this. Cracking find OP!

dudedude

fake news.people are denied entry from the US all the time. He probably … fake news.people are denied entry from the US all the time. He probably had the same name as someone on some list.



Yes. And he gave a fake interview on the fake BBC
Maybe his name was Mr. Khan?

i wouldn't stay here if they were offering it for free, this really shouldn't be on hot deals, the hotel is a dive read the terrible reviews on trip advisor, all it will do is spoil your holiday, if your going to florida you dont want a hotel that has bedbugs, soiled beds, soiled carpets, terrible service
my advice pay the extra and get a decent place not this dump...imo terrible posting and god help anyone who has booked




Edited by: "coolcraig999" 23rd Feb

Is there a specific time you have to go buy?

Hotel probably isn't great but the rooms generally the hotel rooms are all very similar in terms of layout and quality. More than fine if you're just after a place to sleep. It's 15 minutes from both Disney and Universal so it's pretty good for a theme park holiday.

I'd try to avoid getting a pool facing room, cheap hotels attract large low income families and when I went they had a tendency to use the pool very loudly late at night. That was at a different hotel though (Maingate Resort).

Be careful with the car hire, 'free' car hire often means that you get the absolute lowest level of insurance legally allowed. This can mean if you get into any sort of accident, even one that isn't your fault, you have to pay for the damage straight away and (maybe) get it refunded once the claim has been fully processed. Funnily enough upgrading the car hire insurance to one that waives this usually costs as much as getting car hire elsewhere...

abigsmurf

Hotel probably isn't great but the rooms generally the hotel rooms are … Hotel probably isn't great but the rooms generally the hotel rooms are all very similar in terms of layout and quality. More than fine if you're just after a place to sleep. It's 15 minutes from both Disney and Universal so it's pretty good for a theme park holiday.I'd try to avoid getting a pool facing room, cheap hotels attract large low income families and when I went they had a tendency to use the pool very loudly late at night. That was at a different hotel though (Maingate Resort).Be careful with the car hire, 'free' car hire often means that you get the absolute lowest level of insurance legally allowed. This can mean if you get into any sort of accident, even one that isn't your fault, you have to pay for the damage straight away and (maybe) get it refunded once the claim has been fully processed. Funnily enough upgrading the car hire insurance to one that waives this usually costs as much as getting car hire elsewhere...


you call bedbugs and soiled beds more than fine.....really?
Edited by: "coolcraig999" 23rd Feb

coolcraig999

you call bedbugs and soiled beds more than fine.....really?



Stayed at plenty of cheap hotels never experienced anything other than clean rooms in America.

abigsmurf

Stayed at plenty of cheap hotels never experienced anything other than … Stayed at plenty of cheap hotels never experienced anything other than clean rooms in America.


We stayed in a hotel at Niagara that was not cheap and wasn't particularly clean, so it does happen.

abigsmurf

Stayed at plenty of cheap hotels never experienced anything other than … Stayed at plenty of cheap hotels never experienced anything other than clean rooms in America.


try reading the trip advisor reviews then

TripAdvisor reveals all oO I think I would upgrade to a cleaner hotel.
Unless someone has always wanted to have a pet cockroach?

Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US kids break up from school too so will be quiet. I'd pay the £20 more ea to stay on International Drive, Kissimmee is dangerous.

Be Aware some charge $12 per night per room tax

sparkles21

Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US … Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US kids break up from school too so will be quiet. I'd pay the £20 more ea to stay on International Drive, Kissimmee is dangerous.



What makes you say Kissimmee is dangerous?

captainpovey

Yes. And he gave a fake interview on the fake BBCMaybe his name was Mr. … Yes. And he gave a fake interview on the fake BBCMaybe his name was Mr. Khan?



The fake part is implying there is a change in US policy in this regard. This is not the case. There was a specific ban on people from a small number of countries. Otherwise people have been being denied entry for years.

coolcraig999

i wouldn't stay here if they were offering it for free, this really … i wouldn't stay here if they were offering it for free, this really shouldn't be on hot deals, the hotel is a dive read the terrible reviews on trip advisor, all it will do is spoil your holiday, if your going to florida you dont want a hotel that has bedbugs, soiled beds, soiled carpets, terrible servicemy advice pay the extra and get a decent place not this dump...imo terrible posting and god help anyone who has booked



It is free.

The flights are otherwise £390pp, so you are PAID for car hire and a free hotel. (net cost of this deal is actually £361 after discount code)

So still a good deal.

The only question is it (a) cheaper to choose a different hotel from TC (with a more expensive package) or (b) cheaper to book your own.
Edited by: "dudedude" 23rd Feb

dudedude

It is free.The flights are otherwise £390pp, so you are PAID for car hire … It is free.The flights are otherwise £390pp, so you are PAID for car hire and a free hotel. (net cost of this deal is actually £361 after discount code)So still a good deal.The only question is it (a) cheaper to choose a different hotel from TC (with a more expensive package) or (b) cheaper to book your own.


lol ok mate it's free , apart from the extra car insurance required,petrol,food and park tickets, internet charges,resort fee, remember to take your flea and bed bug powder ...enjoy

Edited by: "coolcraig999" 23rd Feb

coolcraig999

lol ok mate it's free , remember to take your flea and bed bug powder … lol ok mate it's free , remember to take your flea and bed bug powder ...enjoy



no you don't get it, I booked a thomas cook package before with free hotel, we just paid for our own hotel separately.

yeah i get that, but others may not, it is advetised as a holiday deal, you can get flights just as cheap if not cheaper anyway....it was a warning about the hotel which is a wreck

coolcraig999

the price is now £435



Your proper trolling this post. we get it, you don't like this place. Not everyone cares and it's up to them to do the research.

kitana8

Your proper trolling this post. we get it, you don't like this place. Not … Your proper trolling this post. we get it, you don't like this place. Not everyone cares and it's up to them to do the research.


not trolling at all, just giving friendly advice,

I've stayed in a wide range of Orlando hotels including Disney's Beach Club and Animal Kingdom Lodge. I've also stayed at The Seralago. It is very cheap and extremely basic. The staff were friendly. The pool area was well kept. Some people like its position next to 'Old Town'. I considered its position in Kissimmee safe enough, probably comparable with the less upscale end of idrive above Sandlake Road. It was also, in my opinion, clean enough. Bed bugs are occasionally an issue in Florida, there have been reports of them being discovered in very expensive hotels including those owned by Disney. As far as other negative issues go bad reviews can be found for most hotels and are more common for cheaper ones. The Seralago is far from posh but it's not a hell hole.

lmountford66

I've stayed in a wide range of Orlando hotels including Disney's Beach … I've stayed in a wide range of Orlando hotels including Disney's Beach Club and Animal Kingdom Lodge. I've also stayed at The Seralago. It is very cheap and extremely basic. The staff were friendly. The pool area was well kept. Some people like its position next to 'Old Town'. I considered its position in Kissimmee safe enough, probably comparable with the less upscale end of idrive above Sandlake Road. It was also, in my opinion, clean enough. Bed bugs are occasionally an issue in Florida, there have been reports of them being discovered in very expensive hotels including those owned by Disney. As far as other negative issues go bad reviews can be found for most hotels and are more common for cheaper ones. The Seralago is far from posh but it's not a hell hole.


tripadvisior dont give it good reviews though

coolcraig999

i wouldn't stay here if they were offering it for free, this really … i wouldn't stay here if they were offering it for free, this really shouldn't be on hot deals, the hotel is a dive read the terrible reviews on trip advisor, all it will do is spoil your holiday, if your going to florida you dont want a hotel that has bedbugs, soiled beds, soiled carpets, terrible servicemy advice pay the extra and get a decent place not this dump...imo terrible posting and god help anyone who has booked



I bet they also house EBT card holders.

VAMOS.DAN

What makes you say Kissimmee is dangerous?


It's a hugely dilapidated area with very high crime.

kvn618

works for me


Yes it's working now for me. Thanks.

sparkles21

It's a hugely dilapidated area with very high crime.



where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly

Original Poster

VAMOS.DAN

where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend … where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly



Depends on your budget and priorities. We tend to stay on International Drive as they are walking distance to restaurants and quite central in relation to Universal, Disney and the Malls. We have also stayed at Lake Buena Vista next to Disney Springs which was lovely, easy access to Disney but quite expensive.

VAMOS.DAN

where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend … where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly


The 'disney bubble', the disney resorts are best, even a value resort like pop cenrury, a lot of perks of staying on site e.g. extra magic hours. If you are booking for this September they will have offers on the American disneyworld site soonish (which you can book from) for then, like free dining or room discount. If your booking the following september there will be offers coming out about june time on the UK disneyword site.

VAMOS.DAN

where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend … where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly



I stayed at the Maingate Lakeside resort when I went. The room was incredibly cheap and the room was kept clean which was all that really mattered to me. Was a bit rundown from the outside, feeling that in the 90's it was probably a great resort but they hadn't spent the money needed on upkeep.

The location was amazing, round the corner from a Golden Coral, a few hundred meters or so from the entrance to the Disney World road system whilst still being less than 15 mins to Universal.

There are a couple of better reviewed hotels in the area though, including a chain hotel if you want a nicer hotel in the same region (put 7769 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy into google to see them).

As goswink said, the Disney Hotels command a premium but offer some good perks, they're good if you want to fully embed yourselves in Disney and the bus system is excellent.
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