Just minutes from Orlando’s premier attractions—as in Universal’s theme parks, Walt Disney World theme parks and, most notably, the multi-billion-dollar Epic Universe theme park set to open in 2025—Villatel’s new Villatel Orlando Resort is literally right in the heart of the action. You might recognize the address: It’s right on International Drive.
“We’re thrilled to welcome guests to Villatel Orlando Resort as we unveil the first phase of a new kind of hospitality that will truly change the way people travel,” said Stephen Lobell, CEO of Villatel, in a press statement. “Our concept reimagines the short-term vacation rental space by offering a custom product that’s consistently beautiful and clean, and a service level that’s always reliable. For any guest debating the merits of booking a hotel room or a vacation rental in Orlando, our response is: why not get the best of both?
“Your own fully equipped kitchen, expansive living spaces, game loft, pool, en-suite bedrooms, and a variety of resort amenities, all cleaned and serviced to upscale hotel standards. Not to mention, the resort is just a stone’s throw from the city’s top attractions in arguably the most prime location in all of Orlando. As excited as we are to bring the first set of villas to market for guests to enjoy, the launch of our remaining 400+ units and sprawling water park and amenity center will really take this destination to another level,” added Lobell, in closing.
The best part? It’s commissionable for travel advisors.
Villatel Orlando Resort: Home Away from Home
A lot of thought has gone into this particular property—for everyone in the family, especially for the kiddos. The company’s in-house creative team put their all into building jaw-dropping-themed kids’ rooms and entertainment spaces, from home theaters to arcades to game lofts. And parents will love the concierge-style services—and there’s more to come. In 2024, the resort will debut a custom-built resort amenity center with a cutting-edge community clubhouse, pool, adventure waterpark featuring multi-story slides and lazy river, fully-equipped fitness center, full-service restaurant and grill, wet and dry children’s playgrounds, plus bocce, basketball and pickleball courts. When fully completed in 2025, the resort will have 526 units comprising 256 apartment-style suites and 270 single-family homes of different sizes.
For more information, visit villatel.com/villatel-orlando-resort.