Book an Orlando Vacation Home to Save Money, Enjoy Spacious Surroundings
ORLANDO, Fla. (April 1, 2008) – Midwesterners weary of the winter cold and eager to enjoy some sun and warm weather are headed to Orlando in droves during this year’s spring travel season. Historically, the weeks following Easter are the busiest times of the year in America’s most popular family destination area. However, families planning their spring getaways have a little-known, value-packed lodging option available that can stretch their vacation dollar: a roomy vacation home rental.
“For families looking to maximize their vacation dollar this season, vacation homes are terrific alternatives to hotels,” according to Steve Trover, President of Discover Vacation Homes, an association that promotes awareness of vacationing in rental vacation homes.
“Travelers are familiar with hotels and motels, but often come to prefer vacation home rentals after just one stay. Minimal online research and a toll-free call can put you in a home that provides from three to seven bedrooms, a private pool, kitchen, game room and even an in-home movie theater, all for about the same cost as a hotel stay. Vacation homes are also near Walt Disney World and within minutes of SeaWorld and Universal Studios Orlando,” pointed out Trover.
Family travel decision-makers can see for themselves what kind of Orlando vacation homes are available at www.DiscoverVacationHomes.com, where information about association members’ websites, available homes, and booking information is easily available.
About Discover Vacation Homes
The first vacation home rental association of its kind, Discover Vacation Homes works to promote and publicize vacation rentals as one of Central Florida’s fastest-growing lodging categories. The organization is comprised of the most well-established vacation home rental management companies in the industry, collectively representing nearly 13 percent of all vacation homes in the Orlando area. Vacation rentals often cost less than a single hotel room, provide considerably more space and, in many instances, amenities not found in one’s own home. Association membership is based on a commitment to uphold Discover Vacation Homes’ code of ethics and business practices to ensure guests are provided a quality lodging experience.
For more information and to view a list of member companies, visit http://www.DiscoverVacationHomes.com