These fully-furnished villas will have travelers feeling right at home after a long day touring Orlando’s theme parks
Magic Village Views Trademark Collection by Wyndham
Magic Village Views makes it easy to experience all that Orlando has to offer—yes, all of it. From theme parks to nearby shopping destinations to water parks, Magic Villas manages to be in the center of it all. And while proximity to multiple theme parks is an incredible perk, it’s always hard to head home for the night (and no one wants to cram into one room for the next twelve hours anyway). That’s why Magic Village Views’ villas are designed with separate bedrooms— to make sure everyone has their own room to rest and recharge in, along with a washer, dryer, and kitchen. Everyone can get a calm, full night’s rest before the sun comes up and it’s time to head to the next theme park.
- The comforts of home: Each villa comes equipped with everything you’d expect, and nothing you don’t. Think full kitchens, living rooms, and multiple private bedrooms.
- Take a dip in the hotel’s outdoor pool and hot tub provide the perfect spot for kids to splash around while parents relax in the sun.
- Get your fitness: an outdoor tennis court and 24-hour fitness room help guests stay fit and healthy (yes, even on vacation)
- Dining options Meating Point, the hotel’s steakhouse, serves up dinner cuisine inspired by New York’s iconic and diverse flavors.
Kissimmee, Florida: Easy Access to World-Famous Theme Parks and Major Orlando Attractions
Located on the banks of Lake Tohopekaliga, Kissimmee sits about 22 miles from downtown Orlando and just 16 miles from the Walt Disney World® Theme Parks. The world’s most-visited entertainment resort spans roughly 30,000 acres, encompassing four theme parks, two water parks, five golf courses, and the Disney Springs® Area. There’s no shortage of things to do here: begin your day at Magic Kingdom® Park by boarding a rocket-shaped three-seater that climbs to 180 feet before entering a deep black tunnel and racing past stars, satellites, and constellations. After that, ride a dune buggy through a haunted mansion. For dinner, head over to Epcot® to sample cuisine from Morocco, Mexico, France, Italy, and several other countries. As one of the most popular family destinations in the world, sunny Orlando is home to other theme parks including Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando.
Those hoping to shake up the typical theme-park-dominated itinerary can head into downtown Orlando’s vibrant arts district. The neighborhood boasts venues such as the CityArts Factory, a multifaceted patchwork of gallery spaces, and SAK Comedy Lab, which holds improv shows five nights a week.