Take a break in the “Theme Park Capital of the World”, where you can take your pick from the variety of vacation rentals at your disposal. Skip overpriced and underwhelming hotel rooms for one of the 2,000 Orlando vacation rentals. Visitors can choose properties based on any budget.
Orlando’s magnificent theme parks make it one of the most visited destinations on the planet. Between Walt Disney World, two water parks, shopping and entertainment areas, three golf courses, and endless entertainment options, you’ll never have a dull moment.
For those that have shopping in their veins, the Mall at Millenia has high-end stores, such as Chanel, Armani, and Rolex. Orlando Premium Outlets has Burberry, True Religion, and Coach, among other storied brands. For general shopping, head over to The Florida Mall. This mall is perfect for families and receives millions of visitors every year.
With over 3,000 restaurants, even the pickiest eater will find their favorite menu in Orlando. Try the Melting Pot for Fondue served up in a unique, fun way. Or Ohana, located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, a buffet style restaurant that caters to families. For sports lovers, try the NBC Sports Grill and Brew at Universal CityWalk.
Orlando has an average of 233 sunny days per year. The winters are mild and offer pleasant temperatures year round. During the summer, afternoon thundershowers are frequent. In the winter, nights are cool, so bring a light jacket.
For families that want more room to spread out, there are numerous multi-bedroom vacation rental homes with private swimming pools in residential communities like Kissimmee, Ocoee, and Windermere. If you’re looking for a more affordable option, check out the condo options closer to resorts. You’ll get better amenities, like a pool and gym; and you’ll have more opportunities to save by preparing food at home.
For families that want the best of the action and the convenience of the park, check out the vacation rentals next to Disney World. Cut you line wait in half and go home to resupply between rides by staying in one of the vacation rentals next to the parks.
If you have an extra day to get away from the theme parks, then give your family the chance to explore more of Central Florida. Frolic on the wide, sandy beaches of Daytona Beach, or take an afternoon stroll in Winter Park and browse the local shops that line the village styled street.