5 things we don’t like about B Resort and Spa


Recently, we published the reasons we love the B Resort at Disney Springs. Yet if you’ve been reading this article, you’ve been warned that B Resort has flaws as well. As you might expect, this article tells you some things that we don’t like. The B Resort operates as an upscale hotel located in the Disney Springs area. This hotel chain offers other premium hotel accommodations in the United States. This hotel makes a solid choice for many guests, but it does have some flaws. Below you’ll find what we don’t like about this resort.

  1. Resort fees

I despise resort fees. I have been known to avoid paying for any hosting that charges these fees. The resort fee is a non-optional fee that hotels charge guests to hide the overall price. B Resort does this online by consolidating resort fees into taxes / fees at checkout. Recently I reviewed the booking for a week stay in February 2022. When I clicked on the taxes / fees link I found out that the resort fee for a week stay was $ 252. This turned my weeklong stay into a cost of around $ 2000 for a week. I can book Coronado Springs locally for less. Watch out for costs!

  1. Parking fees

The fees don’t stop at resort fees. Parking your car will cost you a significant amount of money. At B Resort, standard parking costs $ 23 / day. Valet parking costs $ 29 / day. Ouch! If you decide to drive your car in theme parks, you will pay higher parking fees. Parking fees swallow vacation budgets.

  1. Snack bar in your room

Like an old-fashioned resort hotel, your room has a snack bar. As you can imagine, these snacks offer an expensive temptation. As one guest said, these snacks make theme park prices economical. You should carefully review your credit card after staying here on this basis. Plus, the snack section in your room will appeal to kids and teens more than your bank account will appreciate.

  1. Shuttle service

Now this reason has also appeared in our best article. This rose is accompanied by some thorns. According to their website, the shuttle does not run all day. If you’re someone returning to the hotel for a nap or pool time, this resort shuttle may be unnecessary. Depending on the operating procedure, you can take a shuttle which is not only dedicated to B Resort guests. In addition, there is a delicate reservation procedure for this service. This booking method is like another way your credit card is “accidentally” charged for a “free” service. Some customers report being so frustrated with the shuttle options that they have decided to take their own car to the parks. This results in additional parking fees. Again, beware of potential charges.

  1. Dining options

In fairness, this weakness may change soon. Based on an occasional review of the hotel’s website, several dining options remain closed. It may not be a big deal for you. However, guests who enjoy dining at their hotel should keep this in mind.

Now you have a few reasons to consider before booking this hotel. These reasons cannot prevent you from booking here. Whatever you do, enjoy your vacation!

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