There are over 90 vacation home communities in the Orlando area with numerous types of homes and facilities available. It is estimated that there are literally tens of thousands of Orlando Florida villas to choose from. If you do not have a comprehensive knowledge of Orlando, picking where and what type of vacation home to rent can be difficult and even overwhelming.  


We recommend you take three basic steps before you begin your search process:


1.  Decide what to visit while in the Orlando area


If you are only visiting Disney, this may determine what vacation home community locations are more suited to your needs. Similarly, if you are only visiting the Orange County Convention Center , you may want to consider other vacation home communities that are closer to this attraction. Your selected itinerary will strongly influence which vacation home communities are most convenient for you.


2.  Decide what type of home best suits your needs


If you are visiting Orlando with a large family, you may need to rent a single family home. However, if you are travelling as a couple, then renting a vacation condo or townhome may be more suitable.


3.  Decide what type of community amenities you desire


If you are looking for a resort vacation home with plenty of community facilities and amenities, certain communities will be more appropriate for your needs. Similarly, if you are coming mostly to play golf, then other communities may be better suited for you. As we have also mentioned before, if privacy is important to you and your family, select a community that is gated and/or guarded.


Once you have made these basic decisions, you can begin to decide where to stay and what type of vacation home to book. Consult our Orlando vacation home community reviews to get a better idea of locations, amenities and style of homes before you make a reservation. Our community reiews can be the basis of your search and make the whole process less time consuming and stress-free.



Orlando vacation homes

Orlando Vacation Homes

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