It Cost $13.3 Million to Buy This Value Hotel Near Disney World

Disney World is not the only place to find a hotel during your stay in Orlando, Florida.

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There are over 450 hotels to choose from in Orlando, and after a hotel located near Disney World was sold recently, it is now undergoing a brand transformation to become a one-of-its-kind hotel in Orlando!

Quality Suites Lake Buena Vista sat just northeast of Disney World, and it closed during the pandemic. This hotel is made up of 1- and 2-bedroom suites, with 123 rooms, along with a pool, a gym, and conference rooms.

©Quality Suites

According to the Orlando Sentinel, after closing permanently, Quality Suites was sold to the Jumami Group for $13.3 million, and it will be re-branded and converted to a Radisson Hotel. This will be the first Radisson to be solely made up of suites, and the first Radisson in Orlando.

©Orlando Sentinel

The hotel will not be officially re-branded as a Radisson until November 21st, but in the meantime, you can already schedule reservations by searching for Jumami Hotel on Booking.com.  Rates begin at $99 per night and breakfast is included in your stay, so that’s a pretty good deal to consider if you’re planning a trip to Orlando!

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One Reply to “It Cost $13.3 Million to Buy This Value Hotel Near Disney World”

  1. So much utter pr nonsense. You should see the expedia reviews (and there’s been a lot of blistering angry posts) since the non-transformation. What’s worse, the tin-eared management idiotically replies to the complaints about the minimal dry bag breakfast with a “blame the brand” mentality….. One lie and fabricated misrepresentation after another. They should renovate the thing first, hire competent staff, THEN re-open it. As is, they’re destroying its reputation before spending a dime. Another most unfortunate Radishack disaster.