Stretch your Magic Kingdom dollars further by staying off-park. The perks? Good prices, pools and free shuttles.
With vacation season looming, finding ways to cut the cost of a trip to Orlando, Fla., is a concern for many families. Adult tickets to Disney World cost $67 a day, and children's tickets aren't much less.
And Disney's value-class resorts (the All-Star Sports Resort, the All-Star Movie Resort, etc.) are often booked; they also now cost a minimum of $79 per room per day.
You can save money at properties away from the theme parks. These acceptable digs cost about $50 a night most of the year. They aren't sumptuous, but their amenities are nearly identical to those at Disney's cheapest hotels.
In no order, here are seven inexpensive lodgings in Orlando: