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CSI007
02-06-2012, 11:52 AM
Thinking of renting a condo with them and wanted to get some recent input.

Thank you

kmacht
02-06-2012, 12:52 PM
We stayed in one of their 2 bedroom condos about this time last year, and a 3 bedroom condo 3 years ago. Absolutely loved it. What you see on their website is exactly what you get. We are renting a 3 bedroom townhouse again this year from them in May. If you have specific questions on the rental I can probably answer them for you.

Keith

CSI007
02-06-2012, 03:58 PM
We stayed in one of their 2 bedroom condos about this time last year, and a 3 bedroom condo 3 years ago. Absolutely loved it. What you see on their website is exactly what you get. We are renting a 3 bedroom townhouse again this year from them in May. If you have specific questions on the rental I can probably answer them for you.

Keith

Thanks Keith,

Are the properties clean and well kept?

kmacht
02-07-2012, 07:53 AM
Absolutely they were clean. We wouldn't have gone back if they weren't. They hire a cleaning crew to scrub the place down and wash everything in between stays. You will see some old reviews where they used to ask you to put the sheets in the washer and set off a load before you leave but they haven't done that in a few years now. You just leave it and the cleaning crew washes the sheets and towels. Like I said earlier, what you see on the website is what you get. The pictures and videos weren't taken years ago. They are all fairly recent. The condos look exactly like what is in the pictures including the condition of the place.

Keith

CSI007
02-08-2012, 12:01 AM
Thanks again for your input.

I am concerned by the lack of posts about condos that used to be quite popular though.

My main concern about cleanliness came from a few threads over the past two years I read regarding these properties. Some more input is welcome. :-)

100AcreWood
02-08-2012, 08:14 AM
I haven't stayed there but I'm also considering booking with them for October. The rates are so good for the 3 br condos! And I read a lot of reviews on the DIS and the only person who had a problem with him had the issue resolved (Dave gave him a refund for the full week). Of all the options I've considered, I'm feeling the best about this one.

UndercoverMama
02-08-2012, 08:21 AM
I stayed at 304 September 2011

I thought the condo looked clean, only issues on the cleanliness front were
a - finding a partially used tube of toothpaste under one of the kid beds and
b - the fact that although on the website it says you are NOT required to wash the towels, over the washer machine it says you are :confused3 so if the towels being clean were the responsibility of the last guest... are they clean... :confused:

The transaction itself was easy, Dave responds at the speed of light. This nit actually belongs to another family and they were also super helpful and responsive.

My husbands complaint was that the pool / hot tub area would often be closed before it was time, but that is not a vacationcentralflorida specific problem, just windsor hills.

Beccabunny
02-08-2012, 08:56 AM
Some people have complained of extra charges. Here's a thread from last year where one person said there was an extra charge of $39 if you wanted the hot water heater set at 120. Otherwise, according to that poster, it would be set at 108. http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2637015&highlight=water+heater People have posted here about the extra charges and the requirement to wash the towels, and then the policy would change, so I suspect Dave reads these threads. I can't find the thread where someone said there was an extra fee for townhomes with a south facing pool. I believe there is still a cleaning fee. Just be sure you know what you are paying. I had considered staying there once, but when I added in the cleaning fee there wasn't much of a savings. After reading about the constantly changing charges and policies, I wouldn't even consider staying there now, but a lot of other people seem to be happy with them.

KerCar
02-08-2012, 10:16 AM
I just booked one of their townhouses. The whole process couldn't have been easier! All of their policies (laundry, water heat, cleanliness guarantee, etc.) are spelled out in the "All Questions Answered" section of their site. I really liked that Dave included a copy of the rental agreement there so I was able to review it before moving forward with my booking. There are NO hidden charges. When you do a booking (or mock booking) all taxes and fees are itemized so you know exactly how much you are going to be charged. Even with the cleaning fee and optional pool heat (townhouses only) their prices were still significantly lower than most of the other places I looked at. And way cheaper than staying on-site!

Has anyone stayed in any of their townhouses recently? Like the OP, I'd like to hear some recent feedback! Thanks in advance!:)

100AcreWood
02-08-2012, 02:05 PM
For the condos, when it says "304" does that mean it's on the 3rd floor?

CSI007
02-08-2012, 02:37 PM
We stayed here in 2008 and really liked our condo. There were a few issues but none bad enough to warrant a complaint to the home owner. The AC did not work great and when we arrived the bed spread on the master bed was damp. Probably pulled from the drier to quickly. Other than that it was great.

Reason I am asking is because a lot can change in 3 years. The Condos are a oot older now.

KerCar
02-08-2012, 03:02 PM
For the condos, when it says "304" does that mean it's on the 3rd floor?

Taken from their site...

What Floor are your units on?
-Townhouses are all on ground level with an upstairs
-202, 202C, 203, 204, 204B, and 205 are on the 2nd Floor
-301, 302 and 304 are on the 3rd Floor
-402, 402C and 404 are on the 4th Floor

KerCar
02-08-2012, 03:07 PM
We stayed here in 2008 and really liked our condo. There were a few issues but none bad enough to warrant a complaint to the home owner. The AC did not work great and when we arrived the bed spread on the master bed was damp. Probably pulled from the drier to quickly. Other than that it was great.

Reason I am asking is because a lot can change in 3 years. The Condos are a oot older now.

Looks like someone just started a live from thread. You might be able to get some good info!

ETA: Won't let me post the link b/c I don't have enough posts yet, but it's on this board. "At Windsor Hills now - vacationcentralflorida.com 402C"

Goofy_Disney_Dad
02-08-2012, 03:18 PM
My wife and I stayed in the 7682 townhouse just a few months ago and couldn't be happier with the whole experience. We've rented it for our trip in March of this year as well and will continue to rent from Dave whenever our need for extra space exists.

I recommend them a great deal as the unit was outstanding and the customer service Dave and his team provided was absolutely great.

pjtjm
02-08-2012, 06:44 PM
My wife and I stayed in the 7682 townhouse just a few months ago and couldn't be happier with the whole experience. We've rented it for our trip in March of this year as well and will continue to rent from Dave whenever our need for extra space exists.

I recommend them a great deal as the unit was outstanding and the customer service Dave and his team provided was absolutely great.

Hi Goofy Dad, :goodvibes

Great to hear your feedback. I'm wondering about the towel policy thing. So was there a sign that asked you to wash/dry the towels? I don't think it would even bother me too much to have to do this, but I know on his "answers" section on the website he states that he lives right there, is always checking up, etc... but then he says that:
"If there is a SIGN inside the unit which says wash or clean anything, DISREGARD IT, that just has not been removed yet, it is from the previous Management company." ----- So, why not just take down the sign? And maybe they did - the comment just struck me as weird.

UndercoverMama
02-08-2012, 07:44 PM
Hi Goofy Dad, :goodvibes


"If there is a SIGN inside the unit which says wash or clean anything, DISREGARD IT, that just has not been removed yet, it is from the previous Management company." ----- So, why not just take down the sign? And maybe they did - the comment just struck me as weird.

That is weird :confused3 My only problem was the fact that there was no laundry detergent to wash the towels with and I only brought 3 purex sheets with me so I wasn't willing to share :snooty:

Goofy_Disney_Dad
02-09-2012, 12:31 AM
I know my wife and I did start a load of towels when we left, but I honestly don't remember if there was a sign requesting it or not. I do remember the thread concerning the washing of items but I thought it had to do with bed linens. I think they used to ask people to start bed linens but I could be completely wrong on that and am confusing it with another rental.

Sorry, I know it's not much help but I don't remember a sign asking for us to wash the towels. If there was it would have been inside the book that is inside each unit. If you are concerned just email Dave at his site and ask him. I know he'll give you a quick answer with all the info you need.

UndercoverMama
02-09-2012, 10:05 AM
Sorry, I know it's not much help but I don't remember a sign asking for us to wash the towels.

Then there probably wasn't one, this one was hanging right over the washer machine.

More things I wanted to add for the OP

The details there and decorating were much cute in person than they were on the website. They looked cute on the website don't get me wrong but they got more "oohs" and "aaahs" from the kids in person.

100AcreWood
02-09-2012, 11:40 AM
His website is so full of details I can't think of any questions to ask. I think I'm going to book our trip. It looks like I can cancel up to 60 days before the trip (which I don't expect to do).

KerCar
02-09-2012, 01:36 PM
Here's their current policy on laundry (c&p from their site)...

Do I have to wash anything before I leave?
No - ABSOLUTELY NOT. We do NOT supply Detergent. That is your responsibility in the event you want to do YOUR personal laundry. But for items like Towels, sheets, etc., You have paid a cleaning fee and we hire Professional cleaners to wash all towels, linens, etc. between every guest stay. Remember, you are NOT required to have to wash anything that belongs to the condo. On checkout day, if you start a load of towels, they will be re-washed anyway to ensure they are sparkling clean and this will simply mean the towels are getting DOUBLE washed that day, however you are responsible for NO CLEANING and NO WASHING upon checkout. Again, this applies to EVERY VacationCentralFlorida unit and is covered in your cleaning fee. It would not be fair of us to REQUIRE you to buy detergent, or do any washing or cleaning before you leave - you have already paid a cleaning fee and that covers all cleaning.

CSI007
02-09-2012, 02:53 PM
We went ahead and booked for our upcoming trip with vacationcentralflorida in 203 I believe.

However our black lab will need to have surgery on her eyes to remove tumors and now so our entire trip is in question. :( I just got an estimate from the vet and nearly fell over when I saw the cost.

2Pirates2Princesses
02-09-2012, 09:49 PM
Their rates are almost too good to be true. I could get a 2 bedroom condo for as low as $299 a week. That's close to the cost of just one night (during value season) in a family suite at the new Art of Animation resort! I've read several good reviews about this company and Dave Robinson on the Disboards, but again those rates are just TOO good.

UndercoverMama
02-09-2012, 10:17 PM
Their rates are almost too good to be true. I could get a 2 bedroom condo for as low as $299 a week. That's close to the cost of just one night (during value season) in a family suite at the new Art of Animation resort! I've read several good reviews about this company and Dave Robinson on the Disboards, but again those rates are just TOO good.

Crazy, but definitely true :)

100AcreWood
02-09-2012, 10:31 PM
We went ahead and booked for our upcoming trip with vacationcentralflorida in 203 I believe.

However our black lab will need to have surgery on her eyes to remove tumors and now so our entire trip is in question. :( I just got an estimate from the vet and nearly fell over when I saw the cost.

Sorry about your dog! I hope the surgery goes well.

Goofy_Disney_Dad
02-10-2012, 11:16 AM
Their rates are almost too good to be true. I could get a 2 bedroom condo for as low as $299 a week. That's close to the cost of just one night (during value season) in a family suite at the new Art of Animation resort! I've read several good reviews about this company and Dave Robinson on the Disboards, but again those rates are just TOO good.

I felt the same way as well but now I've stayed with them, and will be staying with them again this next month and I'm firmly a believer. I know the Saturday to Saturday rental periods are a bit of a problem for some people, but doing so seems to keep his units full throughout the year with no 2 or 3 day spots that can't be filled. I like their strategy and it seems to work for them to keep their prices low. I spoke to Dave personally while we were down there last time and I can only say that they will be the first company I look to for a condo/townhouse whenever I head to Disney.

100AcreWood
02-10-2012, 12:06 PM
They updated some of their video tours. We watched several last night and booked a condo. I was really happy to see the updated tours and everything looked nice and clean.

LisaNJ25
02-10-2012, 02:46 PM
I just booked one of the townhouses today. It was the last one left for the week I need. They seem to be booking up fast.

momto2js
02-10-2012, 11:24 PM
We have stayed twice. We are not "clean freaks" and I thought it was fine. I would make different decor choices if I had a vacation rental but that is how it is. For example I'd have and institutional type sofa that could be wiped down and carpet would be of a more institutional type.

For us it was clean enough but if you tend to have high cleanliness standards you may be in for a bit of a challenge. I will say that after the second trip, my husband (who has lived in a lot of obscure places) suggested that for the next trip we bring towels from home. With all the humidity it is tough to keep the funky smell out of towels and that was a problem both trips.

We found the onsite manager to be helpful and we would go back. On a scale of 1-5 I'd give them about a 3.5 overall and would stay again.

About the price. It is low but then you are adding the cleaning fee and several others if you are renting a townhome. WAY less expensive than onsite, but really in line with the other rentals in the neighborhood.

100AcreWood
02-11-2012, 04:12 PM
We have stayed twice. We are not "clean freaks" and I thought it was fine. I would make different decor choices if I had a vacation rental but that is how it is. For example I'd have and institutional type sofa that could be wiped down and carpet would be of a more institutional type.

For us it was clean enough but if you tend to have high cleanliness standards you may be in for a bit of a challenge. I will say that after the second trip, my husband (who has lived in a lot of obscure places) suggested that for the next trip we bring towels from home. With all the humidity it is tough to keep the funky smell out of towels and that was a problem both trips.

We found the onsite manager to be helpful and we would go back. On a scale of 1-5 I'd give them about a 3.5 overall and would stay again.

About the price. It is low but then you are adding the cleaning fee and several others if you are renting a townhome. WAY less expensive than onsite, but really in line with the other rentals in the neighborhood.

Thanks, we're sorta clean freaks so hopefully this experience won't :scared1: us too much! Good tip about the towels. My dh was thinking the same thing. We'll plan to bring our own towels. Agreed, we looked at staying onsite again but the price is just insane and for a family of 5 we would be sitting on top of each other. We stayed at Buena Vista Suites last year and decided that future trips we had to rent a condo. Getting ready in the morning and at night was a big challenge.

pjtjm
02-11-2012, 09:23 PM
We have stayed twice. We are not "clean freaks" and I thought it was fine. I would make different decor choices if I had a vacation rental but that is how it is. For example I'd have and institutional type sofa that could be wiped down and carpet would be of a more institutional type.

For us it was clean enough but if you tend to have high cleanliness standards you may be in for a bit of a challenge. I will say that after the second trip, my husband (who has lived in a lot of obscure places) suggested that for the next trip we bring towels from home. With all the humidity it is tough to keep the funky smell out of towels and that was a problem both trips.

We found the onsite manager to be helpful and we would go back. On a scale of 1-5 I'd give them about a 3.5 overall and would stay again.

About the price. It is low but then you are adding the cleaning fee and several others if you are renting a townhome. WAY less expensive than onsite, but really in line with the other rentals in the neighborhood.

Thanks for your honest review. I think we'll be ok, and will take your advice about the towels. The price difference really is compelling since we are staying on one of the lowest times during the year. $299 for 3 br 2 ba !! Wow! $75 cleaning - $48 tax.... How can you beat that?

Here's hoping it will be fun. I booked today. I was thinking about getting a townhouse with a splash pool, but it must have sold out in the last day or two.. Oh well, saved me $100!




Thanks again!

shamrock30
02-19-2012, 08:00 PM
DH and I used vacationcentralflorida in late November, and would not do so again. I'm not saying it was "horrible", but I was disappointed overall.

The unit was a bit worn. Stuff like badly stained dishtowels and dirty, worn out plastic place mats, and stained kitchen chairs did not leave a very good first impression. The vertical blind on the sliding glass door was missing slats. The missing slats were in the closet, so we asked the property manager if they could fix it as we were concerned about privacy at night. They told us the owner had decided they weren't going to repair it any more.

The dishwasher would not clean the dishes. We tried twice, then decided to do them by hand.

There was a sign over the washing machine asking you to wash your towels upon departure. No detergent was provided. I ended up washing them before we used them.

It didn't really matter to us that much, but the description said all bedrooms had a flatscreen tv. True, but they were a bit smaller than my computer monitor at home. You certainly couldn't watch from the bed without binoculars. Oh, and a bureau drawer in the master was warped and stuck open, right in the narrow pathway you had to take to exit the bedroom.

The pillows were COMPLETELY flat. It was like sleeping on pillowcases, and I like rather flat pillows. We had to buy our own.

It was all just a bunch of small annoyances--nothing earth shattering, but I would go elsewhere next time.

pjtjm
02-19-2012, 09:57 PM
Ugghh.. sorry to hear this

Which unit were you in?

So.. the fact that the sign remains even though the policy on the web site says you don't have to wash towels just is weird and really rubs me the wrong way. If they really didn't expect you to do it, the sign should simply be taken down. Now when I watched the YouTube walkthroughs the TVs in the rooms looked small so that doesn't shock me.

That's strange about the dishwasher too. How is is that it didn't wash dishes? Was it broken?

shamrock30
02-20-2012, 09:50 AM
Ugghh.. sorry to hear this

Which unit were you in?

So.. the fact that the sign remains even though the policy on the web site says you don't have to wash towels just is weird and really rubs me the wrong way. If they really didn't expect you to do it, the sign should simply be taken down. Now when I watched the YouTube walkthroughs the TVs in the rooms looked small so that doesn't shock me.

That's strange about the dishwasher too. How is is that it didn't wash dishes? Was it broken?

Yes, the book they left and the sign contradicted each other. There was also a sign asking you not to leave more than 2 loads of laundry, and I was trying to figure out how all 3 sheets sets (different colors) could be washed in 2 loads. Fortunately, it was just DH and I.

The dishwasher ran as normal, but the dishes, which were only things like mugs and cereal bowls as we didn't actually cook, did not come clean. We didn't report it because we felt the property manager had been a bit rude about the vertical blinds, so we expected her to be the same about the dishwasher. After all, like you said, it "ran".

We were in a 3 bedroom condo. It wasn't one of the units owned by "Dave".

One more thing--the sunlight FLOODED into the master bedroom every morning. We like to get up and get moving on vacation, but not as sunrise. The window needed light control of some sort, whether a blackout shade or curtain.

All in all, it was "okay" but not something I liked enough to return to. I think someone upthread gave their stay a 3.5 out of 5, and I'd probably give it a "3". I liked Cypress Point better when I stayed there years ago, and I also liked the two HGVC properties that we tried a lot.

ETA: I only saw positive reviews before I booked and wanted to balance those out a little as my expectations were a bit too high. I don't feel comfortable posting the unit number as others may have already booked it and can't change that now. If it was dreadful I would, but as I said, it was "okay", just not what I was looking for.

100AcreWood
02-20-2012, 07:36 PM
I thought Dave owned all the units. Is that not true?

shamrock30
02-20-2012, 08:18 PM
I thought Dave owned all the units. Is that not true?

No, he is just their unofficial spokesman. He owns some of them though.

100AcreWood
02-21-2012, 10:00 AM
I'll hope for the best. I also got a quote from VS for WBC and the quote was $300 a week higher. We decided to give Vacation Central Florida and try and if we're not happy we'll try WBC next time.

I'll definitely bring my own towels. That issue seems to keep coming up!

Goofy_Disney_Dad
02-21-2012, 11:19 AM
We must have gotten very lucky with the townhouse we stayed in then because we didn't have any of the issues others are mentioning here. It couldn't have been more clean or accommodating and felt it was an excellent value for the money.

Dave and his wife do own a very large majority of the units from what I've seen but there are a few that others own that his company assists in renting. Once you've selected a unit, and before any money is spent, you will see a copy of the rental agreement where the owners name is listed. If it's not Dave then you are looking at a unit owned by whoever is listed.

I can honestly say that I was very impressed with what we got for the price but I guess that could be that I'm easy to please. Now my wife was pleased as well and Lord knows she's not easy to please :lmao: so who knows. Luck of the draw I suppose.

shamrock30
02-21-2012, 01:58 PM
We must have gotten very lucky with the townhouse we stayed in then because we didn't have any of the issues others are mentioning here. It couldn't have been more clean or accommodating and felt it was an excellent value for the money.

Dave and his wife do own a very large majority of the units from what I've seen but there are a few that others own that his company assists in renting. Once you've selected a unit, and before any money is spent, you will see a copy of the rental agreement where the owners name is listed. If it's not Dave then you are looking at a unit owned by whoever is listed.

I can honestly say that I was very impressed with what we got for the price but I guess that could be that I'm easy to please. Now my wife was pleased as well and Lord knows she's not easy to please :lmao: so who knows. Luck of the draw I suppose.

I agree that it's probably "luck of the draw", plus I think the owner of the unit makes a huge difference. I don't think the owner of the unit I had cared very much, and it showed. I fully admit to being on the fussy side, but I stayed in hotels on business for about half of last year, and only requested a different room once.

Cleanliness means a lot to me, and I would agree with the person upthread who said her units had been "surface clean". Except for the dirty placemats and the badly stained chair seats in the kitchen, I found this to be true. I need a higher standard than that to feel comfortable, and I also need the owner to show some attention to detail for the comfort of her guests.

pjtjm
02-21-2012, 07:14 PM
I'm going to hope for the best too. I do appreciate the honest feedback, and hopefully, we'll be okay. Luckily, we are flying SouthWest and they allow extra bags of luggage. We'll bring the extra towels! (And I'm not washing theirs!!!) :rolleyes: :)

I hope everyone who booked will leave reviews after their experience - it is helpful to know what to expect. I've rented 204B - I'll post a review when I return. I just looked, Dave is the owner, so I'm hoping that will make the difference.

100AcreWood
02-21-2012, 08:52 PM
Did you watch the video tour of 204B? My dh and I chuckled at how many times Dave said "204B"! :rotfl2:

pjtjm
02-21-2012, 09:18 PM
Did you watch the video tour of 204B? My dh and I chuckled at how many times Dave said "204B"! :rotfl2:

:rotfl2::rotfl2:

He actually pokes fun at himself in the one for 2532 Maneshaw. At the very end, he has some text that flashes up and says "how many times did I just say 2532 Maneshaw? Email me and I'll tell you if you got it right!"

He made a game out of it! Makes me wonder if anyone actually went back and counted!!:lmao: I'll admit that it kinda cracked me up!

Besides, who can turn it down after seeing those Mickey ice cube trays!?!?:dance3: well, the dishwasher might not work, but look at those cubes!!
:rolleyes1

cdngrl
02-21-2012, 11:30 PM
shamrock30, do you mind sharing who the owner is for the condo you stayed in? I tried to PM you, but I don't have enough posts... I have a townhouse booked, but it's not one of the ones Dave owns and now I am questioning if I would be better off switching my rental to the one remaining townhouse that is available for the week I have booked. I would appreciate any information that you are comfortable sharing. Thanks!

shamrock30
02-22-2012, 10:16 AM
shamrock30, do you mind sharing who the owner is for the condo you stayed in? I tried to PM you, but I don't have enough posts... I have a townhouse booked, but it's not one of the ones Dave owns and now I am questioning if I would be better off switching my rental to the one remaining townhouse that is available for the week I have booked. I would appreciate any information that you are comfortable sharing. Thanks!

We had a 3 bedroom condo, not a townhouse, so it won't be the same unit. If you already booked, I doubt they will just let you change to a different owner. You're renting from the individual owner, not from a company.

cdngrl
02-22-2012, 06:59 PM
We had a 3 bedroom condo, not a townhouse, so it won't be the same unit. If you already booked, I doubt they will just let you change to a different owner. You're renting from the individual owner, not from a company.

I know that I could rebook another unit at this point, as the booking is more than 60 days out and you can cancel with no charge up until 60 days, so there would be no charge for changing the booking regardless of changing owners. I also know that others have changed their booking to another unit with no issues whatsoever. I realize that the unit we have booked would not be the same unit that you stayed in, but you commented about the owner and property manager making a difference. Therefore, if that really makes a difference in the upkeep of the unit, I am concerned that we may not be happy with the unit we have booked if it is the same owner. I want to take that into consideration while I still have the option of changing my booking to another unit. If you are not comfortable sharing the name of the owner here, you could PM me (I think I could receive a PM even if I cannot send one...).

cdngrl
02-23-2012, 05:11 PM
shamrock30, thank you for the PM!

cyndik1111
02-24-2012, 09:28 AM
Shamrock30....thank you so much for your honest review. Because of you, we researched other options and found an amazing 5 bedroom/5 bath townhouse for $1200 for the week. With 2 families splitting it, it is only $65 more per week per family to rent the townhome instead of 2 different (3 bedroom) condos. We are still at windsor Hills, just a much nicer place. Plus it has a huge pool/hottub and game room and private driveway and 5 bathrooms. WOW! Now I am really excited!!!!!!

shamrock30
02-24-2012, 11:43 AM
You're welcome. I will have no idea if/when the owner of the unit I rented ever renovates or ups their game. Just take it as a general warning that if you're fussy, you might not be happy if you get certain units. If saving money is a top priority, you will probably be happy, as I doubt any of them are truly awful.

Also, take glowing reports by people who only have a couple of posts with a grain of salt, just like you would on Tripadvisor. If you discard those, you will get a more clear idea of the positive and (possible) negatives of these units.

Happy travels, everyone!

wendync3803
02-27-2012, 01:39 PM
We stayed in 204B the end of October/beginning of November in 2010. The condo was great, no issues.

Last year, we stayed in 202C Dec. 3rd through 10th. Again, everything was great and this condo even accomodated our family of 4 plus my parents who came down for a few days.

Both of the weeks were $299 weeks and with the cleaning and taxes it's about $420 for a whole. You just can't beat that.

We also like the convenience to the parks and the nearby restaurants, Super Target, etc.

We'd like to eventually stay on site but we just can't justify the cost right now and our children are small and need separate spaces to nap and go to bed earlier than us.

2Pirates2Princesses
02-28-2012, 11:21 AM
Everyone's feedback on this thread has been helpful. I like getting honest feedback that gives me a broad view of things. If we decide to go the offsite route and get a condo, this company is still at the top of our list.

pjtjm
04-04-2012, 07:01 PM
Just wondering if any spring breakers have any input??