Florida Vacation Homes

Vacation rentals are fast becoming a cost-effective alternative to traditional hotel rooms, especially for long-stay theme park vacations. More often than not, lodging takes the biggest chunk of vacation budgets and if you want to make sure that every dollar you put out is spent wisely, you might want to consider Florida vacation homes over other lodging options. Rental homes offer a more affordable alternative to typical hotel rooms, which means great value for budget conscious travelers who want to the most out of their hard-earned money. Then offer more living space, which makes them perfect for large families who want or need a little more room to move around and spread out as well as for two families who want to travel together, stay under one roof, and share the expense. Rental homes have enough room to sleep as many as 12 people or even more, making the cost per head considerably less than what you would have to pay for a hotel room.

Our largest rentals here at A+ Vacation Homes can sleep as many as 16 people, perfect for really large groups and families. We have featured properties with 3 to 7 bedrooms, all fully furnished with all the amenities that you can expect from a luxury rental. These Florida vacation homes feature fully equipped kitchens, beautifully designed rooms and living areas, private pools, and many other luxuries that you won't find in typical hotel rooms. Choose from villas, homes, condos, and pool houses within mere minutes of Disney World and all other attractions in the area. Many of our featured properties are within exclusive rental communities, giving you access to private clubhouses and other recreational facilities. All properties are also protected by tight security so you can have peace of mind while on vacation.

Read our rental policies before making a reservation to familiarize yourselves with the terms and conditions of renting Florida vacation homes. Unlike typical hotel booking or reservation, renting a vacation home requires you to sign an agreement and make a security deposit. This deposit serves as insurance for the property owner and is usually returned to renters upon check out or a few days after, provided that nothing was taken from or damaged in the home. The agreement is also legally binding, so make sure you read and understand all the terms of the agreement, including the fees and deposits you will need to pay before you sign the contract to avoid surprises later on.