This hotel rises to the festive theme-park occasion with its fanciful English Tudor architecture; it's a castle that lures business conventions, Disney-bound families, and local high school proms. The public areas are quiet and elegant -- intimate gardens with fountains and koi ponds, and a plush lobby and lounges -- which can be a pleasing touch after a frantic day at the amusement park. The rooms are modern and unusually spacious, but otherwise not distinctive. A large swimming pool sits in the center of the complex, surrounded by attractive landscaping. Book suites well in advance; they are often the first room types to go due to the busy conference schedule during the week and families coming in on weekends.