Weeklong Orlando Escape in Choice of 11 Resorts
Unlike home, a resort is a magical place where you can jump on the bed and talk without being interrupted by the attic's poltergeist. Enjoy the full luxury of vacationing with Worldwide Vacation & Travel, which lodges travelers in upscale resort accommodations in Orlando and neighboring Kissimmee, home to many of Florida’s famed theme parks.
Though Worldwide Vacation & Travel’s resort properties vary, most are sprinkled in close vicinity to Walt Disney World. Among the options, one resort boasts two five-story water slides, a lazy river, and a zero-entry pool. Some one- and two-bedroom townhouses come complete with homelike amenities, including a full kitchen and a washer and dryer. Another resort offers one- and two-bedroom villas with full kitchens on a property with four pools and mini golf. Other locations offer plenty of post-theme-park diversions with full spas and championship golf courses.
Studio and one-bedroom units sleep up to four guests, and two-bedroom units may accommodate up to eight, allowing comfortable lodging for family reunions or two rows of strangers from the airplane. Before booking, take a look at the options to find a property that fits your needs.
Purchasers do not need to become Worldwide Vacation & Travel members.
Greater Orlando: Theme-Park Wonderland
The many theme parks, golf courses, and water parks of Walt Disney World are within a short drive of the properties. At Epcot, one of Disney's earliest parks, an 11-country tour highlights international cuisine, music, and mythology, all centered around the time-travel ride of Spaceship Earth, designed in part by the acclaimed science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury. Also at Disney World, Typhoon Lagoon takes advantage of Orlando's subtropical climate with water attractions including enormous, looping slides designed for multiperson rafts or vacationing belugas.
A short drive north of the popular attractions, the city of Orlando offers a lower-key outlet, removed from the bright theme-park lights. At Lake Eola in downtown Orlando, swan-shaped paddleboats float just beyond the mist of an enormous fountain. Hip restaurants, antique stores, and boutiques populate Ivanhoe Village on the outskirts of downtown, and Wall Street's bars in the center of town rage well into the night.
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