We stayed here on a PL bid in April 2008. Location is very convenient to Downtown Disney (virtually across the street from the Marketplace area), so is great for visiting Disney Quest, Cirque du Soleil, Typhoon Lagoon, etc. Extremely pleasant check-in with no mention of PL (but that doesn't bother me anyway), rep. made sure we had 4 room keys for Extra Magic Hours (this is such an awesome perk), and no resort or parking fees--hooray! Later, the staff kindly sent up a special dessert for my daughter in honor of her birthday. Lobby and rooms are very well-kept and clean. Pool area was unthemed, but attractive with plush cushions on all the chaises; there was also a kids' pool and 2 hot tubs. Extensive fitness room with weight machines, yoga mats/balls, bikes, treadmills, ellipticals. Several shops including one with all Disney merchandise. Bar area with pool table, TVs, etc. Downstairs food court area was one of the most attractive I have seen. Benihana and Starbucks are onsite. Timeshare operators didn't bother me, but I never looked them directly in the eye or greeted them either-- not being rude, I just didn't want to engage in a conversation which would be a waste of my time and theirs. Room was fairly newly remodeled with nice carpet, etc., and very clean. We had a view of the portico roof, outside fountain, and the boulevard that leads out of the DD hotel area. Bathroom had newer marble sink, but shower enclosure was quite dated (1970's fiberglass, with high threshold and track doors), however the old-fashioned high-output showerhead was fantastic! There was an extra sink/vanity outside the bathroom as well. Large room safe and minibar were also available to use. We were quite disappointed with the double (full)- sized beds as we are used to getting 2 queens. Also, the beds were not as high-quality as those we slept on in other Hiltons, Hampton Inns, etc. Overall, a good stay, but would have been superior if the beds were queens!