The onetime Royal Plaza Hotel, convenient to both I-4 and Downtown Disney, completed a gut renovation in the summer of 2014. Every thread and surface is new, and in place of a tired hotel you have an airy Miami-flavored resort suffused in whites and clean lines. King rooms are much larger than double-queen ones, but all are sizable, and higher-floor ones in the “Stunning” (that’s the name) 17-story tower claim views. Ringing the zero-entry pool, “Chic” rooms come with bunk beds to make family stays more fun. The Florida-based company that runs it wants to plow new Disney territory by providing a stylish stay that’s still family-friendly and affordable, and it succeeds with fun gimmicks such as loaner iPads and Aveda toiletries. The ground-floor restaurant, American Q, does a riff on barbecue; chandeliers are made out of Mason jars and diners pick buffet items from the flatbed of a Ford F1 pickup truck.