Parc Corniche Condominium Suite Hotel

, Orlando, United States
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Parc Corniche Condominium Suite Hotel

, Orlando
3 star

Rooms: 178

6300 Parc Corniche Drive - Orlando - Florida - 32821 - United States | 407 239 7100
300 Traveller

Reviews - Parc Corniche Condominium Suite Hotel

The Pits!!!!!
Submitted by: Sharon in 06/07/10
  • Age Group: 4150
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Terrible, King bed is two twins pushed together, no sound proofing on second floor sounded like a heard of elephants, could hear every step they made every time they went to the bathroom, turned on a water faucet, took a shower, I could go on but you get the picture, sleeper sofa was very worn and could feel the bars through the mattress, furniture is very old and worn, pool was very small, only one pool for 5 buildings, 13 inch tv's in bedrooms, which had terrible reception, they did send maintenance but issue was not resolved. I had to ask for sheets for the sleeper sofa and there was an ashtray outside on the patio full of cigaret buts. would not stay there again or refer anyone.
Be carfefull!!! bugs in beds!
Submitted by: Siv in 23/07/07
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: Spain
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Rooms are very dirty and smell not good. Many bad bugs in the rooms, in the beds!!
Signs of blood on the sheets from the bugs. Very disgusting. We left after 2 days, while planned 7 days to stay. Don't even close this "hotel"
Great Place
Submitted by: Chris in 09/03/07
  • Age Group:
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
This is a great place for the money. The rooms are a good size and the full size kitchen is great.
The rooms have just been done over and look fantastic. Being so close to everything is a big plus too. We won't stay anywhere else
good rooms, beautiful place, good...
Submitted by: Moacyr in 05/07/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Brazil
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
price:08; location: 09; rooms: 09; landscape:08;
breakfast:09; gardens: 09.
Objection:cleanliness - room:06
- bar: 05
- buildings: 04
P.S.:I used light housekeeping. About US$ 20/day, I think my room would be OK, but, the bar, the buildings...
The last, but not the least: I would be back.
Issues with theft
Submitted by: Tone Garcia in 27/12/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
We stayed here on 12/11/05 thru 12/16/05. The accommodations were not all that bad. The rooms were older and the king size bed was 2 twin beds pushed together. The TV was very static and hard to see most of the channels. Our main issues were the first day house keeping came to change the towels, the lady was very rude and pushy, almost like we were in the way. That evening we removed our camcorder charger out of the case and were charging the battery. On Wednesday, I took the camcorder to Disney world and when we returned I left it on the dinning room table. The charger was on the master bedroom on the TV. We went to breakfast on Thursday morning. At this time the housekeeper had not been there. We went and did some shopping and went to see the rest of the area and returned around 11pm to start packing because we were leaving the next morning. When we were packing I was looking for the camcorder and it was not on the table. I looked in every cabinet, drawer, behind and on top of everything, and it was not there. Even the charger was gone. I call the hotel security, and they said I probably left it somewhere, but if that was the case then the charger for the battery would have still been in my room because I took it out when we first got there and never put it in the camcorder bag again. I called the front desk to see who had entered my room. They said nobody had entered the room. I said that was funny because the towels had been changed, the cable jack in the 2nd bedroom was taken apart and hanging out of the wall. If nobody had entered our room, then there is little magic trickling from the magic kingdom. The sheriff asked what type of keys the hotel had. I told them the keys are like a credit card. According to Orlando sheriffs department should be able to be tracked. I told the hotel manager what the sheriff had said and the answer was they cannot track it. When I told the Orlando sheriffs department what they had said, they said there is something odd about that.
Value for price
Submitted by: Gelcys Nielsen in 10/10/05
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Price and distance to Seaworld were our deciding factors, as we debated whether to get 2 standard hotel rooms or find a suite. For just over $100 (with a governemnt discount) we had a 2 room apartment with a balcony - you can't beat that except by getting 2 $50 rooms somewhere else and then you don't have a full kitchen. The only suites closer to Seaworld were owned by Marriott, so they aren't near this price range.
Making my reservation:
I called to make my reservation and was told the reservation desk was closed at the time byt the operator took my reservation. I asked to get a room on the 3rd floor so no one would be trampling over us, and she added that note. They said that price included only light housekeeping, I'm assuming full housekeeping may have included washing dishes?? Don't know because our beds were made the next day. The cancellation policy is 3 days, not the standard 1 day. I called a week in advance to confirm my reservation and their computers were down so I had to call back.
On Arrival: Quick and easy check in, we received 2 credit card keys, and read the notice that there is a pizza place they don't recommend, which is putting flyers under all the doors. they said they have one they recommend, and their info is in our room. they have a small quickmart in the lobby building. The atmosphere in the Parc Pub wasn't inviting. They convert it to the continental breakfast room in the morning. They had me sign a $25 incidental deposit on check in.
It's a large complex of many buildings, we were 3 buildings away from the lobby building, and it's not a bad walk. Our suite was clean on arrival, and large. There were things I could overlook for the price of the hotel - no coffee in the room, some cabinet edges looked like they'd been chewed on, uncomfortable pillows, and a blanket with a hole in it the size of my head... but once again, if you consider the hotel we could have gotten for $50, I think we made out better. The garbage disposal was broken, I told them this on checkout and they didn't really seem to care.
In the morning, we had a call around 8 am from the "guest services" desk, I was wondering why I was getting a wakeup call - they had a welcome packet to give us (mildly annoyed but curious enough), so we picked it up while going over for breakfast. We picked up our packet and got a few minute of harrasment about park tickets, my stating that we already had our tickets wasn't good enough, they wanted us to leave Seaworld early for a dinner show. They left us wit the knowledge that all their prices were on the breakfast tables. How was breakfast? We skipped breakfast the next morning. It was too small an area for so many people and so little food. Bad coffee in a styrafoam cup with powdered cream is all my husband settled for. There were doughnuts, bagels, and cereal in large bins to scoop from, whole apples and oranges as well. It was REALLY crowded. I looked over the ticket prices on the table and was a bit upset how inexpensive our Seaworld tickets could have been through them. There was no "catch" on the advertisement, just that tickets had to be bought before 11 am. Later we called to ask a question for next time and found out that we'd have to sit through a 90 minute (you know they're always 3 hour) presentation on vacations before you get your tickets.. I was mad at myself for beng upset before about the price, it was very deceiving advertising... and they had the nerve of giving me a wakeup call so I could come see them.
The rest of our stay was uneventful, there is a foodmark between the hotel and seaworld on I drive, and a Publix about 10 minutes down the road in the opposite direction. I wasn't sure how much tidying I needed to do before leaving, since it was unexplained :ight housekeeping" and incidental deposit, but I tried to run the dishes in the dishwasher, but the dishwasher wasn't working either, I left it open for housekeeping to see. Hey, all we really used was the fridge, the sink, and plates and cups, and that suited us just fine... so as I started by saying, for just over 100, this is an excellent value, just don't expect higher quality than what you're paying for.
Submitted by: Jim Wessel in 11/04/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Their brochure promised "more than a luxury hotel" what a joke. This was by far the worst facility I have ever checked in at. The facilities were in major need of repair and paint,the air in our room did not work and after 3 hours we were told that if it could not be repaired in 10 min. then they would callus and we would be moved to another room or they as a gesture of good will would take $20 off the bill (out of 160) the room was at 86 degrees. After 15 min. I called the front desk and was told they could not fix the air. They then told us that they had just sold the last room so we where out of luck unless we wanted to have $40 taken off the bill and they would try to get the air fixed the next day (did I mention it was 86 in the room). I was then told I was lucky that they would give me my money back as they had no obligation to do so. Very rude and incompetent staff I would avoid this "More Than A luxury Hotel" at all costs.
Misled by www
Submitted by: Cynthia Anderson in 29/03/05
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  • From: United States
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Parc corniche web-site was very misleading. the rooms were a total disgrace to the Orlando area. the restaurant and so called convenient store were also way below our expectations, and golf course was under construction which we were not informed until we arrived. 0 * for this dive.

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Wet n Wild get there early. parking is $8.00 which can cut into budget if you go a lot!!!! take cooler with food & water. if you have your ticket go to gate entrance. if you have bags, go to tables to check them. if you bought your ticket on line, go past first set of ticket windows to the ones closer to gate (on the left), the next day you can go straight to gate entrance. if you have a ticket that is preforated, and its more than one day, DON't let them start to tear it!!! they do not pay attention to them. sign your tickets. bathrooms are kept CLEAN, but dark so take normal glasses if you wear them. they need more womens bathrooms!!!!!!!!!

Did Sky Venture and GatorLand Sky Venture _- Son did indoor skydiving, got a dvd of experience and lessons, resonable price, professional and friendly In Orlando. GatorLand - good half day attraction, friendly, let us take our own soda in. Sat on some live alligators,saw some up close giant gators and fed them lots of hotdogs. Petting zoo area nice for kids and the nature walk through the nature area was quite impressive with exotic birds and several nesting gators. We spent at least 5 hours there having fun. Reasonable packages include the hotdogs (for the gators)! No Disney this trip;next time.


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  • Address: 6300 Parc Corniche Drive - Orlando - Florida - 32821 - United States
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