Hi there, We are planning a trip for the fall to Orlando and have been researching rental homes, villas, townhomes, pool homes, etc. One of the places I was looking at looked like a good deal, so I started reading some of the comments left by visitors on the page. One of the comments complained that when they arrived, many of the rooms of the house were locked, and they didn't feel like it was fair advertising. I didn't find this information listed anywhere on the site, just in one guest comment. So I emailed the owner for a quote and asked if any rooms would be locked and I was informed that the price on the website is for only 2 bedrooms, and if we want anymore unlocked, the price will be higher depending on how many more rooms we want/need. Now, I understand, how a small family might not need all of the rooms unlocked, and I understand it is silly to clean a whole house if only some of the rooms were used. However, seems like false advertising to me, when you have a large home of 4, 5, or 6+ bedrooms, and the cost changes depending on how many rooms are used AND I have never seen this clearly explained on any of the sites I have looked at. If this is standard policy, and most owners do this, then maybe I just didn't realize it, but I would think this should be more clearly listed on the website and in quotations! Have you heard of this, and is it standard practice? Thanks!