Because it occupies one of those dated cylindrical towers that were briefly in vogue in the early 1970s, the ideally located property has slight novelty that doesn’t translate to luxury. It’s just an interesting mid-priced choice. Because rooms are carved out of the floors like pie pieces, they’re more spacious than the norm, and many have two queen beds. Request a room that doesn’t face east, as the floodlights from the minigolf joint next door are blinding. The top floors have spectacular views of I-Drive, Wet ‘n Wild (to the west), and Universal (just over I-4 to the north). It’s not luxury, but it approximates it, and views in Orlando are rare at any price (particularly the $48 I’ve seen turn up in blind Hotwire bookings). Breakfast’s $10, but there’s an IHOP next door.