Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek offers the best of both worlds: a convenient location surrounded by Walt Disney World® Resort and the peaceful serenity of the surrounding 482-acre nature preserve. With 1,001 spacious and elegantly appointed guest rooms and an array of family activities and premium amenities, this resort is certain to make your visit to Orlando a treasured memory. The heart of the resort is the award-winning 3-acre lazy river pool with water slide. Relax amid lush tropical landscaping and crystal clear water sparkling in the Florida sun, and enjoy daily poolside activities and luxurious cabanas! Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek offers complimentary transportation to Disney Theme Parks. The resort also features world-class dining with nearly twelve restaurant and lounges including the acclaimed La Luce, inspired by renowned celebrity chef Donna Scala. Plus, Kids Eat Free for lunch and dinner at Harvest Bistro as part of the daily Resort Charge. Guests of Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek are invited to enjoy the facilities and amenities of the adjacent Waldorf Astoria Orlando including the Rees Jones-designed championship golf course, Waldorf Astoria Spa, and access to the WA Kids Club. When it comes to impeccable service, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek is second to none
Great value. Comfortable room. Several dining options on site. Large pool and lazy river provided hours of entertainment for entire family.
Nothing to report.
Rooms & view
Need a deep pool for swimming
Very modern and common areas are vast and have plenty of areas to congregate
Resort fee Staying one night in town for Rolling Stones concert, so we did not use any of the resort area ehich is basically a very large pool lounge area with a water ride for kids Resort fees are simply another unbundling like baggee fees at airlines that drop to the bottom line
Beautiful ground, facilities, and of course the pool with "lazy" river.
All the stupid fees. Its bad enough that most of these resorts near the house of mouse charge a Resort Fee that used to be for the theme park transportation, resort amenities, and parking. Well this place charges a $25 resort fee AND a $20 parking fee (PLUS TAX, yes they add sales tax to the bogus resort and parking fees). So just keep in mind that the great price you see in big bright numbers on Kayak (and everywhere else) doesn't include the $50 a day parking and resort fees, or the 11% sales tax on everything. The rooms are nice but small. Depending on where your room is located, it can be a 1/4 mile walk to the nearest elevator and ice machine. There are no pool monitors to keep all the unattended kids under control. It seemed like we were the only parents that were with our children. Every other parent we could identify (from kids running up to them at some point) were drunk at the bar and ignoring their kids. But considering the number of kids that were there, most of the parents must have just left them there unattended. Kids were going crazy while we were there. Jumping off the bridges into the lazy river below, barely missing coming down on people below. One woman was hit in the head by a plastic cup (filled with ice and water), that some brat purposely dropped on her as floated under one of the bridges. I'm not asking for life guards, just security to keep things under control when there are a ton of kids there.
Facilities, restaurants, pool area and proximity to Disney was exactly what we had been looking for and were not disappointed.