The onetime Royal Plaza Hotel (built in 1972), convenient to both I-4 and Disney Springs, was once an old, finicky 17-story tower that has been reformed into an agreeable Miami-flavored family resort on a budget. It feels a bit more airy than the usual tired bed bunkers around here. King rooms are much larger than double-queen ones, but all are sizable with a mini-cooler, and higher-floor “Stunning” (that’s the name) rooms claim views. Ringing the zero-entry pool, “Chic” rooms come with bunk beds. The B stands apart from others in Disney Springs for providing a grown-up stay that’s family-friendly and affordable but that doesn’t feel too much like a machine. The ground-floor restaurant, American Kitchen, has a Ford F1 pickup truck parked in the center. The B often offers 3-for-2 deals on its website, and if you stay here you’re allowed into the Disney theme parks 30 minutes early. Resort fee warning: $32/night.