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[4 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Offers Spectacular New Passholder Discounts

The Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek is ringing in the New Year right for passholders of Orlando theme parks!
By way of thanking those guests who make Orlando their frequent destination for vacationing fun, the critically acclaimed resort is celebrating 2011 by offering Passholder Perks for rooms at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, as well as on-site amenities at the resort – including spa services and golf.
Accessible inside the main gates of Walt Disney World, the resort is located within the scenic Bonnet Creek nature preserve, and offers the best of both worlds with its convenient …

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[1 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]
More on Disney Hotels and Priceline Agreement

Last week, we brought you news that Disney would begin offering hotel rooms on Priceline.com, the popular online travel booking website.  This week, more details regarding the agreement are being made available.
Previously, Disney had shunned the online travel giant, who from 2008 until present, nearly doubled its number of global travel bookings.  Speculation has been that Disney was concerned that association with Priceline would negatively impact its premium brand reputation.  But, in an abrupt turnaround last week, Walt Disney World announced that it would begin offering hotel room inventory through …

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[29 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Disney to Offer Hotel Room Booking on Priceline

Bargain hunters interested in staying on Walt Disney World property have never found the resort’s hotel rooms on Priceline.com, but that is about to change.  After years of avoiding the website, with its claims of “No one does deals like we do,” Disney has announced that Walt Disney World hotel rooms will become part of Priceline’s inventory next month.
Disney rooms will only be available through the site’s conventional booking engine, however.  Guests looking to use Priceline’s “Name Your Own Price,” will need to stay elsewhere.  “We are not participating in …