When traveling to Disney World, there are a variety of places you could stay!
Many guests choose to stay on-site, enjoying the luxuries of a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, with direct transportation to the parks and special perks. Others decide to stay off-site in vacation homes or other hotels for cheaper or more spacious accommodations. In the coming years, there’s going to be a new choice for those who wish to try staying outside the Disney World property lines — the Evermore Orlando Resort.
In 2023, the Evermore Orlando Resort will open in phases as a 10,000 room, billion-dollar project. The resort should offer “a new approach to vacationing” with a community of homes built specifically for vacation rentals.
The resort will include flats and homes with 2-11 bedrooms each, Orlando’s first Conrad Hotel (Hilton’s luxury brand), a 20-acre tropical beach complex, an 8-acre crystalline water amenity by Crystal Lagoons, an 18-hole Nicklaus Design golf course, and several restaurants. It will border Walt Disney World, just minutes away from Magic Kingdom and Disney Springs.
The project is spearheaded by Dart Interests and is a redevelopment of the Villas at Grand Cypress. Christopher Kelsey, President of Dart Interests, says “With the launch of the Evermore project, Dart is introducing an entirely new hospitality category that will change the landscape of vacation rental homes.”
The first phase of the project will open with about 1500 bedrooms spread across vacation homes, flats, villas, and the Conrad Hotel. The hotel itself will debut with 433 rooms, 40,000 square feet of meeting space, a spa, and numerous dining options. Bookings for the resort are slated to launch in 2022 and the first guests will likely arrive in Summer 2023.
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