Deciding on a holiday destination that the whole family will approve of can be a stressful affair. The kids are obsessed with Disneyworld and you just want to catch your breath, relax and take in some sights. So what’s the solution? How about twin center holidays the USA?
The best of both worlds
Splitting your holiday between 2 destinations will ensure everyone’s happy. A change of scenery for the 2nd or 3rd week will make you feel as if you’ve taken 2 holidays, which can’t be bad can it?
You just have to decide whether you’ll give into the children’s demands and include Disney as part of the adventure. It will be a difficult call when Florida has a wide choice of destinations and varied holiday experiences to choose from. Will you be drawn to its miles of sandy beaches in Miami, Fort Myers, Naples or Cape Coral? Or its abundance of nature preserves including the biggest of all, The Everglades? Are you happiest of all on the golf course with a desire to conquer Florida’s plethora of championship greens? Or do you yearn for a vibrant city such as New York, full of culture and history along with gourmet dining, exclusive shopping, and a buzzing nightlife?
Home from home
Once you’ve decided where to explore in the USA, you’ll need a fabulous pad or two to call home. Choosing to stay in a villa makes both spatial and economic sense, whilst giving you the freedom to come and go as you please. Combine that with all the comforts and facilities of home and you’re all set for a great family holiday.
Ramp it up
Ocean Florida has a huge range of Orlando and Gulf Coast villas to suit all sized family groups and budgets. So you will easily find the right villa for you on your Florida holidays 2013. If you fancy a little added luxury, you can upgrade your villa to include treats such as a spa, games room and Wi-Fi.
If the kids get their way and Disneyworld is part of your Orlando holidays 2013, a villa in a nearby exclusive resort is just the ticket. The beautifully landscaped resorts of Reunion, Windsor Hills and Highlands Reserve offer a lovely setting away from the hectic theme parks but are still extremely close for excited children. You’ll also find extra resort facilities such as communal swimming pools, water parks and video arcades to entertain them when they’re not at Disneyworld. However, it’s not all about the kids, many resorts also provide golf courses, fitness centres and spas for you to also enjoy your family holiday.