Candy Cane Inn Review

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Candy Cane Inn This hotel features 172 guest rooms with refrigerator, coffee/tea maker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Amenities include complimentary deluxe Continental breakfast daily, outdoor swimming pool, whirlpool, kiddie pool, gift shop and guest laundry.

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    Date Of Stay: 8/7 – 8/11, 2003

    Type Of Resort: Off Site

    Rate Paid During Your Stay: $77/night. It was a web-only special available when I went to Candy Cane Inn.

    Room Sleeps: 4

    Don’t Miss: The continental breakfast between 7-9am. It had a wide array of baked goods, fruit, juices, and cereal.

    Room Location Suggestion: Second floor, left side of entry. My room, number 222, had a view of the DL fireworks and the Tower of Terror construction. Walking towards my room, I could see Paradise Pier at DCA lit up nicely.

    The Mouse For Less Tip: Visit their website for the special rates. Great value for the money which saved me on breakfasts, too!

    Comments: I didn’t swim in their tiny pool, or use their hot tub, but it looked nice. The shuttle system worked wonderfully. As long as you know that you can return on the 15 and 45 minute times, and go to the parks on the hour and half hour, you always know when the shuttle will be around. And the shuttle had upholstered seats!!

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    Type Of Resort: Off Site

    Rate Paid During Your Stay: $82.00 a night-Normal rate was $92.00, but my mom had an AARP card which saved us $10.00 a night. Have to present card at checkin.

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    Don’t Miss: The free refridgerator is definitely a perk and even though we knew it was in the room before we got there.

    Room Location Suggestion: Room 105 and 107 are the best as they are near the shuttle pick ups and drop offs. You never hear the buses at all from these rooms. Also very close to the main lobby. There are no elevators even at this two story hotel, so a first floor room is definitely a best bet.

    The Mouse For Less Tip: $10.00 off with an AARP or Triple A. All you have to do is ask about discounts. Free continental breakfast which is easier to take back to the room and eat it.

    Comments: The hotel has a small gift shop in the lobby with soda and snacks. They also stock toothpastes, tampons, ect. This hotel is like two seconds next to a 7-11 and a Marketplace shop that are cheaper on soda and snacks. EACH ROOM HAS A REFRIDGERATOR WHICH IS INCLUDED IN THE ROOM PRICE.

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    Date Of Stay: 2/28/04 – 3/03/04

    Type Of Resort: Off Site

    Rate Paid During Your Stay: $92 per night plus tax, had to show AAA card at check in.

    Room Sleeps: Our room had a king size bed, so it slept 2, but there were many rooms with 2 queens plus rollaways.

    Don’t Miss: It is within walking distance to DL, but the shuttle drivers were very accomodating. A couple of times we were early and the driver took us over. The cont. breakfast was very well organized.

    Room Location Suggestion: We were in 138, way in the back, but very quiet except the night it rained very hard and we could hear the downspout.

    The Mouse For Less Tip: The free breakfast is ample enough to get your day started. All rooms have a frig, LOL we had trouble finding ours, it blended in too well. Many of the hotels in the area have a shuttle that costs $3 per person per day. The Candy Cane Inn Shuttle is only for their guests and the only cost is if you decide to tip the drivers.

    Comments: The shuttles only run for 45 min. after the parks close. If you go to Downtown Disney it is quite a hike back, especially in heavy rain. We ended laughing,because everytime we went back to the room during the day it seemed like housekeeping was just getting to our room.We never could figure out their schedule.

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