Well since we are expanding our coverage back onto the I-Drive scene, I figured I'd share the first review of a hotel - The Allure Resort Orlando. I stayed at this hotel last year after booking through Priceline. I was a bit skeptical based on the latest reviews, but it was cheap and I give everything a shot. What sucks though is that it seems that instead of creating 2 different profiles, sites like TripAdvisor, Priceline, etc, just merge them together. The hotel used to be a Radisson and received good reviews. However as soon as the hotel was picked up Allure, the hotel's quality went down. Anywho...I stayed and it wasn't totally terrible as others have experienced, but it's not somewhere where I would want to stay again. I'm not looking for luxury when I do my random trips to Orlando. I want a clean room, comfy bed with an affordable price. So low and behold, I book this week on Priceline and get this hotel again. Since I couldn't cancel reservation, I had no choice. I called to complain to update their review settings as it's not really an accurate representation. So Friday night, spend a bit of time at MK and finally head to the Allure a little after midnight. The guy at front desk was worthless. Give him my name, he hands me the room key without even checking ID. I Check the room number and come to find out it's not even for the hotel. Due to "overbooking", they needed to move me to their "sister" hotel "The Metropolitan". Now if you wanna take a gander at their reviews, be my guest. I'm not staying anywhere where there was recent (as early as the day before) reports of puke on carpets, black stains on sheets and a stink that's "normal" according to the staff. I asked to cancel as it was not hotel I paid for, and the Allure refused. Ended up just walking out and calling Priceline. Given the time of night, they did their best. Didn't get a room until 2:30am, but they refunded me a night's stay and the replacement hotel was great (also a 3-star). In summary.... 2 experiences with this hotel now and both have been terrible. Please, please, please... use caution when using Priceline and selecting I-Drive SeaWorld area 3-star hotels.