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Going To Disney? Rent A Florida Villa, The Perfect Family Vacation

by on Jan.15, 2012, under Travel

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Want to vacation on the beaches of Florida? The area is filled with tons of attractions, but staying in some of the area’s voguish beach hotels will cost you a pretty penny. That’s why now more than ever, vacationers are opting to rent Florida vacation rentals homes. Florida vacation rentals are an affordable way to vacation with the whole family and cost half of what some hotels on the beach cost. One popular St. Pete Beach Hotel costs an average of $259 a night for 2 beds, and $2,100 for a week stay. And that does not include taxes.

With more than 26,000 vacation rental homes and condos situated throughout the Orlando area, there’s definitely a property for everyone. Traveling with just you and your spouse? With a family of five? Perhaps with extended family? Don’t worry. There’s a home to accommodate you. The Orlando area is home to theme parks and attractions that offer diverse fun for the entire family. If you’re set on visiting choice attractions, be sure to book a vacation rental in that specific area. Highways like Interstate 4 allow for ultimate convenience in navigating through the areas of Orlando. Disney attractions are in the Lake Buena Vista/Kissimmee area while Universal attractions are in the Orlando/International Drive area.

Meantime, you can rent a two-bedroom, two-bathroom Florida vacation rentals homes directly on the Gulf for a cost of $1,250 a week out the door, and that’s in-season! You can get an even better deal in the off-season with a St. Pete Beach Condo for $839 a week!

Most Florida vacation rentals and timeshare properties are located in close proximity to restaurants, outdoor fun, and shopping destinations, which means you won’t have to pay outrageous costs for hotel food or room service. From full equipped kitchens with modern appliances, home furnishings, DVD/CD players, amusement centers, video game consoles, in-house washer and drier, screened-in lanais and patios to spacious floor plans and ample locker and counter space, each vacation rental property offers amenities that are sure to make your stay more enjoyable. Each property also has high-speed Internet so that you can plan your day trips.

Most importantly, Cheap Florida villas in the long run are far cheaper than a hotel, and the more people in your group or family, the cheaper it is. For example, you can rent a five bedroom house in Florida that will sleep 12 people advantageously for $4,000 for a week. Let’s say that you have twelve people in your group, this will come out to just over $330 per person for the whole week. Some high end hotel rooms can cost this much, and that is per night, not by the week. You also have cooking facilities, separate bedrooms, and many are pet friendly, all that are far better than renting a standard hotel room. So as you can see, renting Florida villas can be far cheaper than regular lodging

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