Spacious Town Homes with Shuttle Access to Disney
Orlando is the undisputed theme-park capital of the world—it's home to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and a slew of smaller family-friendly attractions, making it feel otherworldly at times. Florida Deluxe Villas' town homes and condos, meanwhile, have a homey feel to them. Many of the homes have individual owners. The three-bedroom town homes and the two- and three-bedroom condos are all outfitted with eat-in kitchens, Internet access, washers and dryers, and cozy living rooms. And nearby, you can find clubhouses that feature fitness centers, jacuzzis, pools, and saunas.
Florida Deluxe Villas also serves as an entertainment curator; a concierge is on duty at the welcome center 24 hours a day to assist you. As a Disney-authorized independent retailer, the concierge can sell tickets to the theme parks as well as discounted admission to other area attractions and dinner shows. A shuttle service ($15–$50 for five people, depending on destination) ferries groups to a number of attractions, with possible stops including Disney World's four theme parks and two water parks.
Kissimmee, Florida: Easy Access to Walt Disney World and Major Orlando Attractions
The town homes that make up Florida Deluxe Villas are scattered throughout Kissimmee, the city directly adjacent to Walt Disney World. Disney's Hollywood Studios captures the magic of moviemaking at attractions such as The Great Movie Ride and during shows such as Muppet*Vision 3-D. On the Studio Backlot tour, you can take a 35-minute guided tour through a prop warehouse and experience a simulated disaster in Catastrophe Canyon.
Nearby is Disney's Blizzard Beach water park, which resembles a frosty ski resort. Chairlifts here whisk you to the top of a freefalling water slide known as Summit Plummet, and kids can slide down faux ice luges at Tike's Peak or take a face-first ride down the Toboggan Racers slide.
Outside of Disney World, the greater Orlando area is stuffed with other theme parks, including Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure, and SeaWorld. For a break from the crowds, take a drive up to the town of Winter Park, which has a Saturday farmers' market, designer boutiques, and scenic boat tours along Lake Osceola.
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