The decor and its motel bones are dated, but fortunately, so is the price. If you only have $60 to spend, this rambling, old-style building on U.S. 192 west of Disney holds up its end of the bargain—good management has kept it among our most affordable recommendations for years. The staff keeps things spotless, and that’s what you want. Rooms come stocked with a toaster oven and minifridge; you also get free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast upgraded with eggs, oatmeal, pancakes, and waffles. King rooms face the north parking lot and are on the small side; double queen rooms look south on some pleasing old-growth Florida woods. The east-facing pool (it, too, is motel-simple) also faces the trees, which keeps this place from feeling hemmed in. Resort fee warning: a puny $4.50/night. Why bother charging it?