Recommendations if poss of 2 bed villas

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Cazgal, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. Cazgal

    Cazgal Mouseketeer

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    Hi

    As it says in the title :0

    Anyone been to a certain area / villa they loved ?

    What is the difference in all the areas e.g. Westhills etc ? Are they that different ? Or is there a FAQ section I have missed :)
     
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  3. Freaky

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    For a 2 bedroom it will probably be a condo or it will be a 3 bedroom townhome - slightly bigger but may have a few more little extras like private hot-tub or splash pool.

    Personally we like areas off Highway 192 and the new resorts/townhomes but everyone is looking for something different :) Have a look through the Hotels and accommodations reviews section on the DIS for some ideas of condos/townhomes you may like. Then just post up any questions you may have :goodvibes
     
  4. mungo

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    for 2 bedroom you will have to look at a condo.

    We always stay in a villa even if there is only a few of us
     
  5. Cazgal

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    The bonus of a villa I guess is that you have a private pool (usually ??)
     
  6. rainy~daze

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    my preferences to be close to Disney, if not a DVC villa, then Bonnet Creek. a little further offsite, I loved Marriott Grande Vista and Marriott Cypress Harbour. The kids, DD5 and DS6 preferred Grande Vista.
     
  7. mungo

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    yes. Condo's will have a community pool and other resort facilities, townhomes will possibly have a plunge pool/and or spa and they will have community pool as well and villas will have (more than likely) a private pool (and often a spa)
     
  8. mareed

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    If you're looking at individually owned condos or townhomes, then also consider 3 bedroom places as they typically don't cost much if any more than the 2 bedroom ones, and there are many more to choose from.
     

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