Let’s say your planning your family vacation to Disney World, Sea World and Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. You start digging on best hotels for your family of 4-12 people. You think that the only way to get real close to Disney is to stay on the property. Now you check hotel pricing. Let’s say you need 2 or 3 or even 4 hotel rooms. So you check prices and find out you’re looking at over $400 per night per room – we’re talking $1600 per day plus other fees. This doesn’t even include food or transportation. A seven day vacation turns into an over priced nightmare of $11,000 plus air, hotel, taxi or uber or car rental plus theme park tickets, plus food – how could this turn into $20,000 just for a week?
Enter RedAwning, AirBnB, VRBO and Booking.com – you can get an entire house, cook your own meals, enjoy a private pool and jacuzzi and even a free water park and then hop in a rental car or van and take your family to Disney World from only 2 miles away from the entrance. And from a home that is upgraded, immaculate, themed, super clean and really nice. Here’s one of many examples:
Just think, at less than $300 per night, sometimes as low as $200 per night – you can have it all – a home away from home, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a pool, a jacuzzi, a clubhouse with free water slide park, infinity pool and so much more literally 2 miles from the entrance to Disney World. That’s as low as $1400 per week plus tax – still about 1/10th the cost of a Theme Park Hotel and much roomier with all the amenities of a new home. Plus, this one has a free house phone to make local and long-distance calls, or to call the manager if there are any issues, free wifi, a full kitchen and dining room and so much more. Also, the cleaning crew follow strict COVID-19 protocols so you’ll be walking into a very clean, sanitized home, in a safe and secure gated community. What more could you ask for on vacation?
Consider a short-term rental and you’ll go home with money in your pocket and a great vacation.