Location, location, location.
Most of the 25,000 vacation properties in the Orlando area are
minutes away from the attractions such as Walt Disney World,
Universal Orlando, and Sea World as well as the I-4 corridor, which
can get you from the Orlando area to Tampa and the rest of the Gulf
Coast in less than two hours.
2. Quality, design and construction.
This is not your grandfather's summer cottage at the beach or the
lake! Most of the vacation properties available in the Orlando area
were built in the last 2-10 years with rental guests in mind - so
there are multiple master suites, extra bathrooms and extra living
3. A guaranteed parking space.
No more parking fees, tips for the valet, or remembering where you
parked your car! Park in your own driveway instead of hiking across
a crowded parking lot that's half the length of a football field.
4. Plenty of personal space.
Most vacation homes have three- to seven-bedrooms, and enough
bathrooms so that everyone doesn't have to wait their turn to take a
shower. Extra living space for everyone to spread out and relax in.
5. Much less expensive than you think.
If you are renting a vacation home, the cost per person is nominal
compared to several hotel rooms in an upscale hotel.
6. Many of the benefits of a hotel.
Many resorts with vacation homes offer recreational activities,
party rooms, and swimming pools for their guests, and their onsite
staff takes care of all the maintenance.
7. All the comforts of home.
No need to leave that Do Not Disturb sign on the door before you go
to bed at night - sleep in late in the privacy of your own home.
8. Save on restaurant costs.
Eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner will slim down your
wallet while expanding your waistline. Shop at the nearby
supermarket to get the groceries you need, and utilize your full
size kitchen to make the meals and snacks you want.
9. Enjoy the Florida Sunshine at your leisure.
Trade in that postage stamp-sized hotel balcony for a real backyard.
Most vacation homes even have a backyard pool. Either way, you will
have a lot more space and privacy lounging on the lawn of a vacation
10. Leave the crowds behind.
You didn't come to Orlando just to spend all of your time waiting in
line. After a day at the theme parks, avoid the jam-packed hotel
lobbies, chain restaurants, and other tourist traps. Park your car
in the driveway, turn the key, open the door and relax. You're