If you are planning a vacation to Orlando, an Orlando rental house is a lodging option you should seriously consider. Almost all of the rental houses in Orlando are located around and to the south of Disney World, so they are in a prime location for entertainment purposes. They are spread out in three counties—Osceola, Polk, and Lake—with none being in Orange County. In Orlando, you will never feel that your rental options are small or restricted because there are over one hundred rental communities and over 14,000 rental properties. If you know what you want, chances are that you will be able to find it.
One of the first things to consider when looking for an Orlando rental house is location. Although all of them tend to be located near the main attractions of the city, the reality is that some are closer than others. If you will be flying to Orlando and not renting a car during your trip, it is probably a good idea to possibly spend a little extra money to be closer to the main part of the city so you have less travel worries about getting to and from your rental house. However, if you will have your own car or a rental car while in Orlando, distance from the city may not be a primary concern.
Orlando rental houses are available in all sizes. You can easily choose the number of bedrooms you need to accommodate everyone in your family or group, so that everyone is comfortable and not cramped. Some rental communities are quieter and have a more residential feeling, while others offer resort-like amenities like swimming pools, tennis courts, golf courses. Decide what you would like to do while in Orlando and rent your house accordingly. If you do not plan on using any of the amenities mentioned above, renting in a community that offers them may cost you more and you will then be paying for something you are not using. Once you decide exactly what you want and how much you can afford to pay for it, it is easy to find the perfect Orlando rental house.