Jun 1 - Jun 2
Excelente for a family vacation get away. Kid friendly all around. Enjoy a wonderful kid friendly water park , Along with a Kids room. There’s stuff cleaning all areas of the park every 15 min . Safe during this hard times .
Jun 2 - Jun 3
Everything was great. I didn't like that you have to pay for parking. Other than that it was great.
Jun 1 - Jun 2
Not their fault but did not have breakfast due to Corona. Not sure when that will change.
Jun 2 - Jun 3
Weather was not great (clearly not fault of property).
Jun 3 - Jun 4
liked fish heads restaurant food, ambiance. need to get bfast going.
Jun 10 - Jun 11
Huge property. Lots to do. Great place to go for a party. Families with younger kids should probably look elsewhere.
Jun 30 - Jul 1
location location location location location location
Jun 6 - Jun 7
Loved how close it was to the convention center and numerous restaurants and attractions.
Jun 14 - Jun 15
I was expecting more of a nightlife for being a Hard Rock Hotel. A little disappointing that the one and only bar closes at 10pm. Maybe because it wasn't a weekend? I don't know. But the room was nice and I loved the rainfall shower head. Next time I will stick to the hard rock Orlando.
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