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CajunCookie
12-13-2009, 12:44 PM
I'm reading a lot of info re: off site stays and am looking into Reunion. Can someone who has stayed there recently give me feedback please. I'd appreciate your opiinions. :hippie:

Alicia Gist
12-13-2009, 02:57 PM
We stayed in the Heritage Crossings section last June and loved it. You can find rentals on vrbo.com. We had a three bedroom condo. The master and one bedroom had a king sized bed. The other bedroom had two doubles. It had plenty of room. The water park is great too. It took us about 15 minutes to get to each park. We left each park in the middle of the day and went back that night.

Dis1978
12-30-2009, 12:11 PM
We are staying at the Reunion at present. We were initially unsure about staying off site but we are so pleased that we made the decision to stay here. It is the most amazing 5 * property and beats Disney villas easily.
We have stayed at most of the Disney properties, including Key West, Saratoga Springs, Yacht and Beach, Wilderness Lodge but they do not begin to compare to Reunion.

Firstly, the house we are in is huge. We are a party of five and there is so much more room than at the Disney villas we have stayed in. There are three large bedrooms all with ensuite bathroom. Two of the rooms have king size beds with baths in the same room.

There is a full kitchen with living area. A large hallway and lots of storage space.
We have two balconies and a patio. Also the unit is a house with two of the bedrooms downstairs, rather than an appartment. There is a lovely view of the golf course and there are numerous pools, including a water park.

The food is excellent and there is a shuttle service to get around the resort.

The unit is also extremely clean which was not the case in the last villa we had at Disney. I have been coming to Disney for 25 years and have noticed the sad decline in both cleanliness and food quality at the resorts.

We have always stayed onsite in the past but are unlikely to do so again.
The Reunion resort is perfect!

It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to get to Disney. There are supermarkets nearby

CajunCookie
12-30-2009, 07:25 PM
Thanks for the reply. It sounds like we are going to book Reunion and I look forward to it. Glad you are having a great time.!! Now, go have some more fun.:flower3:

act1980
02-27-2010, 03:58 AM
We are staying at the Reunion at present. We were initially unsure about staying off site but we are so pleased that we made the decision to stay here. It is the most amazing 5 * property and beats Disney villas easily.
We have stayed at most of the Disney properties, including Key West, Saratoga Springs, Yacht and Beach, Wilderness Lodge but they do not begin to compare to Reunion.

Firstly, the house we are in is huge. We are a party of five and there is so much more room than at the Disney villas we have stayed in. There are three large bedrooms all with ensuite bathroom. Two of the rooms have king size beds with baths in the same room.

There is a full kitchen with living area. A large hallway and lots of storage space.
We have two balconies and a patio. Also the unit is a house with two of the bedrooms downstairs, rather than an appartment. There is a lovely view of the golf course and there are numerous pools, including a water park.

The food is excellent and there is a shuttle service to get around the resort.

The unit is also extremely clean which was not the case in the last villa we had at Disney. I have been coming to Disney for 25 years and have noticed the sad decline in both cleanliness and food quality at the resorts.

We have always stayed onsite in the past but are unlikely to do so again.
The Reunion resort is perfect!

It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to get to Disney. There are supermarkets nearby

Hi,

Could you please provide the website to this house?

Many thanks!:goodvibes

vettechick99
02-27-2010, 06:57 AM
This is Kevin Stringer's (http://www.kevinstringer.co.uk/october%202006%20trip/index.htm) trip report. He stayed there a few years ago. It's a long report, but you can just flip through reading what he says about the house and look at the pictures.

But if you want to read the report, do. It's hilarious!!