Inexpensive condo with 3 bedrooms

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  1. Mickey'snewestfan

    Mickey'snewestfan DIS Veteran

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    If we're looking for a 3 bedroom condo/townhouse for a week at the end of June, where should we look and what should we expect to pay. I don't really care so much about having our own pool, but would love to have a really nice resort pool, maybe with waterslide or something for the kids to go to. We'll have 2 families -- each one adult, one child, with the kids sharing a room.

    We'll be doing a mix of Disney/Universal/Seaworld/Aquatica on this trip, if that impacts suggestions for location.

    Anyway, where should we look, and what should we expect to pay?
     
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  3. dgaston

    dgaston <font color=purple>Proudly wears a "Believes in Fa

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    I like Windsor Hills. You can put in an enquiry with your dates at www.windsorhillsrent.com and be prepared for a flood of offers directly from owners. That's how I found the townhouse with splash pool we just stayed in for Christmas week. That townhouse is www.orlandovacationrentalsneardisney.com. I would definitely stay here again.
     
  4. Disbound

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    Windsor Palms is another one right up the road from Windsor Hills. I don't believe they have a water slide. But everything else is pretty comparable.
    Quick ride to MK and AK on Sherboth Road.
     
  5. Befferk

    Befferk It's not important to have what you want, it's imp

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    Another site to check is www.vrbo.com - you can narrow it down to Windsor Hills, Windsor Palms, etc. :thumbsup2
     
  6. Kuffam

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    I haven't stayed there yet, but I hear good things about Dreams Vilias of Orlando. They have pretty good prices on 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses.
     
  7. drag n' fly

    drag n' fly Bucket list alert!!...Rode the Lilly Belle and din

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    If you dont mind the Saturday to Saturday restriction

    http://www.vacationcentralflorida.com/

    Is very reasonably priced.

    You can also sign up for their Windsor Hills Club Newletter and get short notice cancellations at significantly reduced costs.
     
  8. 4Seasons

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    I am heading to Orlando the week of June 26 for a conference, and trying to decide whether to take the family along (last time in Vegas it didn't work so well, LOL).
    I've been finding rates for 3 bedrooms during that week starting at $427 and up.
    Cane Island is newer (couple years old) and affordable, and the many clients I've sent there really liked it. We are considering it, price is coming in under $510 for the week including tax.
     
  9. nancydrew79

    nancydrew79 <font color=green>Next we will have to park our ow

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    Lake Buena Vista Resort Village and Spa gets my vote. Had a great stay there with 3 adults and 2 kids, in a 3 bedroom 3 bath condo that was a great price.
     
  10. englishteacha

    englishteacha <font color=magenta>I've just gotten crazier over

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    We've rented a condo in Grand Palms twice and are going back this June. Prices are reasonable, and it's about 15 minutes to WDW. There's no fancy pool, but it's nice. We've rented directly from an owner.
     
  11. jjjmranch

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    We stayed at Windsor Palms in a 3 bedroom condo and loved it. No water slide in the pool, but my boys had a great time. The resort is very quiet and peaceful.
     

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