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Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter
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Reviewed 26 April 2012

I dont have anything bad to say about this hotel very friendly and helpful awesome in catering to kids needs. The restaurant could use a few different menus its the same all the time. I would definitely recommend staying here I loved it very peaceful and clean no complaints what so ever.

Room Tip: very quiet rooms stayed in building 6 1 to 2 min to walk to pool or giftshop
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Julie H
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Reviewed 25 April 2012

We have stayed here three times and love, love, love it! Love the fact that you can still have the Disney Magic, but feel like you are in a little hide-away with the lush greenery and grounds. We've always had clean rooms that have been quiet in all three different buildings and floors. We love the choice of food at the food court...it has always fit needs/likes of DH, DD, and myself. Never had an issue with the bus service, love the boat transportation to Downtown Disney, and like the short walk to Riverside as an option for food/pool. Our DD loves the pool and we always spend several afternoons/evenings poolside. The front desk has always been very accommodating and helpful. One year our flight got in early and our room wasn't ready. Upon hearing we had an 8 month old, the cast member switched our room to a first-floor room close to the food court/busses to help us out. We were also able to get ground floor rooms near the bus pick up/drop off when my mom came with us and had knee issues. I've stayed at 5 other Disney resorts from value to deluxe and French Quarter will always bee my fav!

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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4  Thank kjb1976
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Reviewed 24 April 2012

We just returned from PO-FQ and it was so awesome. We stayed in BLDG 2 garden view room. It was across the "street" from the check-in/arcade/gift shop/cafeteria on one side and the pool on the other. The rooms were clean and quiet. Our mousekeeping person left surprises each day ( arranging stuffed animals, making towel animals, hanging up clothing) and the kids LOVED the pool. The cafeteria met our needs and was accessible until midnight. I would return in a heartbeat.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank egp0428
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Reviewed 24 April 2012

My son and I stayed here April 11-20th. We stayed in building 4, on the top floor. The rooms are small, equivalent to the all- stars. Bathroom was extremely small, and my son who is 6ft, barely fit, and it was uncomfortably tight for him. We arrived late on the 11th, after midnight, and the front desk person was very unfriendly, and we had even done the online check in, so he had minimal to do. Besides the size of the bathroom, you hear every time someone in the building flushes a toilet, it is very LOUD! The rest of the stay was good, room location was convenient, and we were really only there to sleep at night. Bus ride waits weren't too bad, has been worse in the past, and we have no complaints about the food, ate breakfast there only pretty much, and dinners in the parks. If you want the disney scene everywhere you turn, you will not find it here, except in gift shop.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Thank tinkerbell1973
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Reviewed 23 April 2012

We've stayed at several of the Disney resorts (including Riverside, All Star Music, and Caribbean Beach) and this is definitely our favorite when it comes to value and moderates. Unlike PORiverside, FQ is quaint and everything is a very short walk away. We were in building 6 and the pool, food court, and store were only about a 1-2 minute walk. We could also cut through the gardens and be at the bus stop in just as little time. Another nice feature is the river taxi that's available to transport guests to downtown Disney. You get a great view of some of the other resorts and a break from the buses. Speaking of buses, we never waited more than 10 minutes for a bus. Since POFQ is picked up first, often the bus would fill up and we didn't even have to stop at POR. When we did stop at Riverside, it only took around 10 minutes. Also, POFQ is dropped off first, so we never had to go though all the stops at POR.

We chose a standard view room, but we had a nice view of some gardens and a fountain. The rooms are nothing special, but they are clean and convenient, which is what you are paying for. Our family always likes that the tub/toilet and sinks are seperate. In addition, the curtain that seperates sleeping quarters is nice early in the morning. When we asked for extra towels, we were accomodated. We were also accomodated when we asked for connecting staterooms, but we did book several months in advance.

Almost everyone we encountered on the property was fantastic. We only had a problem with one night shift desk clerk who refused to remove a tip from our room charge. We had paid the tip in cash, but she said without a receipt she would not remove the charge. Even though we were a party of 8 or more, technically tips are still optional, even though they are added to the bill automatically. Even if she did not trust that we paid the tip in cash, which we did, she still should have removed the charge.

Overall, POFQ was great. We plan to go back. If your family is like ours, you are in the room very little and when you are, you are sleeping. I say, splurge and go for deluxe dining like we did and go moderate on the room. I'm not a fan of the value resorts and though I love the deluxe resorts, they are not much better when it comes to the room. We found it better to spend the extra money so we could dine in the castle and see dinner shows. It just depends on your preference. Also, for us, we like the PO resorts because they are the closest moderates to Magic Kingdom, the park we spend most of our time in.

If you are looking for a moderate resort, definitely try French Quarter. Riverside's new royal guest rooms are tempting, but I'm not sure that they outweigh the convenience and quaintness of POFQ.

Room Tip: Any room here is very close to the action, but if you want a pretty view, go for a river view. Remember, however, that you don't have your own patio to enjoy it from.
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank kelhoney
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