Which Marriott Time Share?

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by bethbuchall, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. bethbuchall

    bethbuchall <font color=deeppink>Had to make sure she was in D

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    My parents have offered us their week at a Marriott time share in Orlando next year. We stayed at the Grande Vista with my parents last year and loved it.

    I believe that our choices for next year are:

    Grande Vista
    Horizons
    Sabal Palms
    Cypress Harbor

    We have 3 children (ages 12, 9, and 4). The younger two heard about the pirate ship at Horizons and are pushing for that one.

    Can anyone share good/bad views on these resorts? Which would you recommend? Which has the easiest drive to WDW? What kind of room request should we make?

    Thanks in advance!

    Beth
     
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  3. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

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    Hi

    I love Grande Vista, too - tug members voted Cypress Harbour best.

    but I would go with what your kids want - Horizons are very nice!

    I don't think you can go wrong with any of the Marriotts.

    Imperial Palm Villas, Royal Palms and Sabal Palms are at Orlando World Center Marriott - very close to WDW.
     
  4. bethbuchall

    bethbuchall <font color=deeppink>Had to make sure she was in D

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    Thanks for your reply!

    I'm still trying to decide and get the dates to my mom. I'm sure that we will be very happy with whatever we decide.

    Beth
     
  5. cmatt

    cmatt islandman wanna be jimmy buffett is my hero

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    west palm beach Fl. great place
     
  6. Steve P

    Steve P Mouseketeer

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    I can give a personal thumbs up to Cypress Harbour, stayed there in 1996. Closer to seaworld than WDW though but not
    a bad drive.
     

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