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Condo vs Hotel Room Comparison

When you’re traveling with a group of four or more, cramming into a single hotel room or trying to arrange adjoining rooms can be a challenge. Most people don’t realize that Condo resort units are so much different than hotels.

Pride-Travel-Condo-tiemshare-versus-compared-to-hotel-room-1With a standard hotel you get a room with a bed and a bathroom.

But, with a Condo or timeshare resort suite, you typically get a full apartment unit offering:

  • One, two, or three bedrooms
  • A central living room (usually with a sleeper sofa) and Dining Area
  • Balcony or Patio
  • A complete kitchen with stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher, as well as dishes and utensils
  • Washer and dryer
  • One, two, and sometimes three full bathrooms, often with Jacuzzi tub or Roman Spa
  • Access to Golf Club and special tee times

Quick Tip:

The number of bedrooms listed is almost always actual rooms off of the main living area. A studio or hotel-style accommodation would be listed as having zero bedrooms, for example. Because they’re typically equipped with sleeper sofas, a one-bedroom will usually sleep four people comfortably. A two bedroom may sleep 6 or 8 privately, and three to four bedroom units may sometimes be available.

With a Condo unit, a couple can enjoy a private romantic balcony, luxurious Jacuzzi tub and other deluxe amenities not found in a typical hotel room. Two Couples can travel together, sharing the unit and yet maintaining privacy with ample room. You can invite friends, relatives, and put the kids to bed in one bedroom while everyone else enjoys their private bedrooms.

Competitive rates are available to suit all travel group sizes and needs, and may often be lower than standard hotel rooms for the same number of people!

Call Pride Travel Today To Discuss Your Condo and Resort Suite Options With A Vacation Rental Expert!

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