(For the first page of this review of the Doubletree Suites, see this.)
AMENITIES AND DINING AT THE DOUBLETREE SUITES BY HILTON ORLANDO
You enter the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Orlando in the Disney Springs Resort Area through its port cochere, where you can park for check-in or turn your car over to the valet.
Also near here is the stop for theme park buses (and for Disney Springs in the late afternoon and evening).
Most other amenities other than the pool are just inside. Here you will find check-in and bell services…
…a rental car desk…
…and a Disney gift shop.
More from the Disney shop.
Another shop focuses more on snacks and drinks.
Not large, it is quite stuffed with stuff.
Outside by the pool you’ll find this gym…
…and also a barbecue grill (in the back center).
Your other dining option at the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Orlando is the Evergreen Cafe, off the lobby. (A bar at the pool may serve food, but it was closed when I stayed here.)
A bar is also here.
The Evergreen Cafe menu. I did not have a chance to eat here on my visit, so can’t comment other than liking the menu.
That said, dinner in Disney Springs is always going to be the better choice. The Doubletree is tied with the Best Western among the Disney Springs Resort Area hotels for being most distant from Disney Springs, but buses are available running from late afternoon into the evening.
This review continues here.
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