Liki Tiki Village
What We Love
- A family-friendly condo resort minutes from Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorldSnagging a ticket to Disney World, Universal Studios, LEGOLAND or SeaWorld through the resort
- Having admission to Wild Florida Gator and Wildlife Park
- Staying in a comfy condo, with a kitchen and living area
- Hitting the one-and-a-half-acre lagoon, with a wave pool, waterfall and dancing fountain
What To Know
- Free WiFi is very hit or miss
- There's plenty of onsite parking
- The main pool is always crowded, get there super early if you're looking to claim a lounge chair
Elevate your next Orlando-area getaway with a stay at Kissimmee’s Liki Tiki Village. This sprawling collection of well-appointed condos is close to all the Disney and Universal action, with passes to both available through the on-site Florida Ticket Station. You can easily spend your days downtown, exploring the shopping and dining scenes – outlets are also nearby – and experience all the theme-park fun, riding thrill rides, schmoozing with your favorite characters and stepping into the worlds of your favorite movies.
Nights you’ll spend in a one- or two-bedroom accommodation, one of more than 600 on the property. It features a kitchen, living room and dining area, in case you’d like to stay in and eat in. If you feel like stepping out, but not beyond this Diamond Resorts & Hotel property’s limits, order sliders or sangria at Shipwreck Sally’s; hit the tennis and basketball courts or fitness room; try your luck in the arcade-style game room; and play the nine holes of the mini-golf course. And be sure to swing by the pool, as well. With 220,000 gallons of water and a wave pool, waterfall, water volcano and dancing fountain, it’s fit for a Disney prince or princess.
Good to know
Please note that a resort fee of $16 (plus tax) per condo, per night is payable directly to the hotel. The resort fee includes Wi-Fi; parking; use of paddleboats, surrey bikes and fishing equipment; access to the mini-golf course, tennis courts, water park and business center; an in-room safe and local calls.
In addition, a $100 security deposit (by credit or debit card only; cash will not be accepted) is payable directly to the hotel. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation.
Liki Tiki Village’s units number more than 600 and each house a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and living area. You’ll have two large, flat-screen TVs, one in the living area and one in your bedroom. For laundry, a washer and dryer are provided. The One Bedroom condo offers a queen bed and accommodates up to four, while the Two Bedroom option include master bedroom with a king bed, a second bedroom with two twin beds, a queen-sized sleeper sofa in the living area and an extra bathroom; these condos accommodate up to six.
Amenities- DVD player- Safe- Microwave- Coffee maker- Toaster- Cookware and utensils- Plates and silverware- Blender- Iron and ironing board- Alarm clock- Hair dryer- Vacuum cleaner- Tub
For a casual bite by the Liki Tiki Lagoon, Shipwreck Sally’s is your spot. The eatery serves wings, wraps, burgers, sliders and sandwiches, plus more unique treats, like funnel-cake fries; specials are available every day of the week, on items like hot dogs or fried fish. Wash your meal down with punch, sangria or a daiquiri – if you’re feeling particularly indulgent, perhaps even an Oreo smoothie.
Disney? Universal? SeaWorld? LEGOLAND? Whichever brought you here, it’s only a short drive, and you can snag passes through Liki Tiki’s Florida Ticket Station. If you came to Orlando to work on your swing, on the other hand, take advantage of the proximity to local golf courses. There’s also lots to do at the resort, whether you play the nine holes of the mini-golf course, hit the basketball or tennis courts, visit the arcade-style game room, or swim in the lagoon – a 220,000-gallon, one-and-a-half-acre pool, with features like a dancing fountain and water volcano.
How to Get There
In middle of stay and basically good but they put the sprinklers on during the day and when you arrive have to dodge the water so luggage and you get soaked. Our porch was totally wet and couldn't even get into unit without fear of slipping. No wash rags or sponges to clean dishes and tabletops so have to use bathroom washcloths.
Bar at poor makes great drinks and not overly priced. Pool area wonderful with children enjoyoing slides, adultls too! Two other pools to enjoy, deapest observed was 5 1/2 feet.
Wi-Fi very slow.
The place and property are filthy and old. Everything is outdated and nothing is taken care. Rooms are full of cracks and horrible maintenance. The price is not worth the hassle, save your bucks and go somewhere else.
Liki Tiki displays on their website nice and updated rooms. However, upon checking in we got a two bedroom townhome that is so outdated. The receptionist said there is no gaurantee that you can get a newer room sorry. The furniture is ran down, cracks in cabinets, carpet is filthy. My sheets were dirty and full of hair. When we were brought more they didn’t even offer to change. The pool is disgusting with food and water bottles floating around and the staff does not seem to care. There are more properties available in this area that are more suitable.
The hotel was overall an average experience, we arrived and we're surprised by a $90 fee to use the pools, then we are assigned a room in tower 900 but the elevator was broken, so it was an ordeal to go up to the fifth floor every single time. The room itself was very clean, but we expected for the room to be organized daily, which wasn't the case. Outside the rooms there were always bags of trash that were picked up regularly. Fortunately, the elevator was fixed after the third day and we didn't have to go up five floors after a long day in the parks. Overall good experience with the room, but regular with the rest, next time I'll try to look for a hotel with no surprise fees and with room tidying.
Honestly thought I would be disappointed by this place. The rooms were huge! We got a 3 bedroom suite for around $150/night. The room itself looked great! They were doing construction so when we checked in we had to go around through the pool to check in. I thought it would be bad but overall was presently surprised. Beware of marketers. They stop you for a gift before heading to your room and invite you to one of those dreaded meetings to sell you a timeshare! Again, good stay!