What does 'staying Off Site' mean?

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Off site is the term used across major theme parks to denote accommodation that is not operated directly by the theme park resort.

This accommodation is independent of the theme park resort, but could be part of a larger chain, e.g. Premier Inn.

Staying off site is often substantially cheaper than the counterpart of on site, however, does not come with many of the additional perks.

One major perk (aside from the cost savings) is that major travel agents can often create package holidays that incorporate off site accommodation and tickets for multiple competing theme parks, e.g. Virgin Holidays can organise theme park tickets for Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld alongside off site accommodation and car hire all in one package.

The term off site should not be confused with partner hotel

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