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No matter if you're looking to delve into the railroad district of Church Street or find a bargain pad along world-famous Universal Drive, there should be a 2-star hotel in Orlando to suit. These low-budget to midrange options pepper the whole cityscape, starting with a whole clutch near the resorts on the south side of town. There are more for families in the city of Kissimmee, which is a great base for hitting the roller coasters and the rollicking Tex-Mex and burger bars to boot. And the downtown has some choices near lakes, parks, and history sites.

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Taking you out to the far-flung north-western edge of the city is the Hampton Inn and Suites Orlando-Apopka. The 2-star rating there certainly belies the bubbling spa pool and swimming spot that await in the garden. A free hot-and-cold breakfast buffet, a small outdoor pool, and air-conditioned suites beckon at the Hampton Inn & Suites Altamonte Springs. And then there's the heritage-rich Edgewater Hotel, offering cozy, antique-adorned rooms with 4-poster beds.

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A visit to one of Orlando's iconic theme parks doesn't have to break the bank. It's possible to bag reduced family passes and pre-purchase entry in bundles that should mitigate the cost of heading to meet Mickey Mouse. It might also help to pinpoint the park you most want to visit – it's usually considerably less expensive to buy access to just a single area in Disney World and Universal rather than going for the whole shebang. Of course, there are plenty of free things to do in Orlando, too. You could head out to Apopka Lake to wander leafy banks where alligators and birds of prey abound. Or, there's the downtown historic district. It's centered on Church Street, mixing old railroad depots with cool cafes and shopping strips.

Best ways to get around Orlando

Loads of hotels, even the 2-star options, in Orlando offer free shuttle buses to transport you and the whole crew back and forth from the major theme parks. If that is not included with your accommodation, then the I-Drive Trolley is an alternative. It runs regular loops up to Universal and Wet 'n Wild, crossing most of the major areas around International Drive. The LYNX bus network has routes going out from downtown Orlando to other districts, and there are more budget car rental spots here than you can shake a Floridian orange at.

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