If you fly to Orlando and think about getting a Mears shuttle, you might be interested in what happened to me :
– at the airport : even if it was in the afternoon, there was more than one hour of delay (!!!) to get a shuttle, which then managed to wait at various other places like 300 meters away from the spot I waited for it, before going to the hotels – all this took another hour (!!!) before I could reach my hotel, for a grand total of *2 hours* lost !
– from the hotel : since it was a shuttle launch day, Mears decided it could not fulfill its contract and that I should ask for a refund. After explaining on the phone that I had paid for a round trip and wanted the deal fulfilled, they managed to send another shuttle – which I found out at the airport was *not paid* by Mears, and which costed me another $50.
At least this was money well spent, because unlike on Mears the driver went from point A to point B in less than 30 minutes.
Morale of the story – if you want to blow $80 and spent valuable hours waiting for a possible pickup, take a Mears shuttle. If you want decent service in Orlando, take a cab.
If you don’t believe me, go to yelp and read the reviews. Don’t stop on the 5 stars, which might as well have been written by Mears employee since they are so