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Orlando town home or a Disney Condo?

If you’re traveling with a family or group, one of the most important questions you’ll face when you’re planning your vacation to Disney World and Orlando is “Where should we stay?”
With thousands of resorts, hotels, condos and homes to choose from, the answer depends on your groups needs and preferences. For example, if you’re traveling with a group of six to eight family members, you’ll probably be much more comfortable in a setting that’s very similar to your arrangements at home.
If you prefer to keep your daily routine and arrangements as close to your regular routine as possible, a town home could be the best choice for your journey. As you plan your daily events with your group, you should ask important questions and consider how much personal space and time you’ll need throughout the week. For example, if you’re traveling with your wife and several kids, you should consider how much private space the young kids will need when they want to play with their toys, watch a movie or play outdoors. You should also consider how much quiet time you’ll want to spend at the end of your busy travel day. If you prefer to stay away from loud and crowded places, a 3or 4 bedroom vacation town home is probably the best choice for your Orlando vacation.
Disney resorts confine you to one or two rooms, and after a couple days cooped up together in small living quarters, you’ll be on edge and more likely to fight with the rest of the group. Resorts and condos may not provide sufficient space to keep everyone’s personal and private space respected.
A main advantage town homes offer is the standard amenities that they come with. Resorts rarely offer as many amenities as town homes and condos may not offer the outdoor perks of a town home. For example, a vacation home often comes with a private pool, kitchen appliances and entertainment centers you can’t find in a resort or a condo.
Disney area condos are better suited for young couples or small groups that are looking to save money.

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