Mystic Dunes Resort & Golf Club by Diamond Resorts

This resort overlooks an excellent golf course and is built on one of the highest elevations in the area, nestling on over 600 acres of rolling hills and beautiful tropical landscaping. It is also the ideal location to enjoy the famous theme parks of Orlando, like Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld or Disney's Animal Kingdom. Orlando Airport lies some 40 km from the property. Guests can expect home-from-home comfort and conveniences in luxury-appointed and spacious accommodation units. Each unit is fitted with living areas with TV, kitchen with utensils and bathroom with amenities. Guests can also splash away or simply relax at one of the four inviting resort pools, private poolside cabanas, and expansive pool deck.

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Kissimmee, Florida, USA

Address: 34747, 7600 Mystic Dunes Lane, Celebration, USA

Phone: +14073961311


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4243 reviews





Sleep Quality


Roaches and Frogs in room 25103

Jan 2022 | allsilva4uu
The people were friendly but when we got in the room we were greeted with 2 white frogs and missing coffee maker. The front desk sent a coffee maker and we removed the frogs. The next day I killed a running roach in the bathroom and that evening another roach staring up at me and I had to kill him also. I text the front desk to let them know about the problem and I was leaving in the morning. They offered another room but I had to refuse because I didn't want to bring any friendly roach to my home.

Spacious and Quiet

Dec 2021 | Creeping_Death_LA
We checked in without any complications and just as a note this place is pretty big with lots of room to spare. We were given a room in building 17 which needs a bit of renovation but it is very spacious and could easily sleep 10 if sleeping bags are your thing. The grounds are well kept with many mini lakes, golf course, swimming pool, restaurant, bar, and you name it.

Resort Stay Was Fine - Sales Presentation was Awful!

Dec 2021 | Amy-STLMom
We stayed at Mystic Dunes with a Groupon. The resort was ok (I'd say average - nothing extra special). Our 1 BR unit was nice. Overall, no complaints on the room other than the sliding door was covered with green moss. At check-in we were instructed to stop by Concierge. My husband and I both knew we were about to be pressured to attend a time share presentation. We initially said no but more and more "gifts" were added so since we didn't have anything planned on our last morning we agreed. Our "gifts" were to include 1) late check-out at 1 pm, 2) 7 night get-away for 4 3) 2 round-trip airline tickets and 4) $100 Mastercard. We committed to spending 120 minutes attending the presentation. We arrived at the presentation on-time and promptly checked in. We were then greeted by the Sales Rep. She was very nice and asked the usual questions. We told her that we were already Disney Vacation Club members and weren't interested but we would keep an open mind. She went through her sales pitch and then gave us a tour of the property (which was a waste of time since we had already been there for 4 days and had seen the entire property with the exception of the "owners building" with a 2 bedroom unit). She continued to pressure us and we continued to say NO. My husband and I both knew what we were getting into by attending the presentation but after saying No many times she kept going. She kept walking away to speak to her manager (the same tactic used at car dealerships). Each time she had a "better deal". Finally the 2 hours was up and we thought we were through but instead her manager came over to try to sell us (with even better deals). We explained our reasons again and he kept going. 10 minutes later he finally gave up but then another person came over to see why we weren't interested. We explained again and he said ok, he'll check us out. We thought we were home free but ANOTHER person came over to try to sell us a trial package. At this point I just wanted to get out of there and we declined. He finally relented and walked us over to get our gifts (of course, in the hallway he tried to add another "free" gift if we purchased the trial package). We politely declined. So we go to the desk to get our gifts which took another 10 minutes for the person to process it. It's now been over 2 1/2 hours. We have been to several timeshare presentations. This one had the highest pressure. Again, we knew what we were walking into but the tactics and pressure they used has turned me off of Diamond Resorts altogether. We returned to our room after the sale pitch at approximately 11:20 am and found housekeeping knocking on our door because they wanted to clean our room assuming we checked out. We explained we had late check-out. When we tried our key we couldn't get into the room since it was after 11. Thankfully Housekeeping let us in. We finished packing and left. We stopped by the front desk to check out and told them about the door being locked and we were told we had to go to the front desk to have them update our keys. No one had told us that so how were we supposed to know. When I got home I looked at the fine print on the gifts: The week vacation for 4 is actually for 2 adults plus 2 children under 12 (in our case that means 2 people since I don't have small children.) There is a $39.99 per night booking fee PLUS resort fees and taxes. Certainly not free. For the 2 roundtrip flights - there is a fee estimated at $29-$69/person and your roundtrip return has to be 2 days after you depart. Why would I want to use these to be gone only 1 day? The only part that was good was the $100 Mastercard. When we returned home, I used it to buy a Disney gift card! In summary, if we want a decent place to stay with extra space that's not too expensive, Mystic Dunes is a good place to stay. But don't be sucked into the sales presentation unless you are interested in purchasing or $100 is worth the 2-3 hours you'll spend on your vacation.