Welcome to Under the Sea Manor, where the moment you step inside the name becomes an artful reality. The vacation rental in Orlando is an ode to the animals that reign in the ocean. The walls are painted with marine life, made to submerge you into the life experience of the ocean during your stay in Kissimmee, Florida. This home values aesthetic and fun, offering no shortage of paintings to wonder at and activities to do within the house. Under the Sea Manor is a vacation in itself.
Under the Sea Manor is catered towards bigger families looking to enjoy a vacation together while not feeling too cramped inside, able to accommodate thirty-five guests as there are nine bedrooms and five bathrooms. Each bedroom, with the exception of the master, has multiple beds that fit multiple guests inside. The rooms are spacious and bright, colored with lively hues of blue and various shades of the ocean with artwork detailing the seafloor. It really is like your under the sea as the inside of Under the Sea Manor was made to look like the inside of a submarine.
Fun Times in Under the Sea Manor
The hope of every vacation is fun and relaxation, which is exactly what Tropical Escape Vacation Homes aims for. Under the Sea Manor’s game room is the definition of a good time. Painted with a charging great white shark, the room starts off adventurously. Various sharks swim around the walls and ceiling of this submarine-like game room. A flatscreen stretches across one wall, ready to be plugged into a gaming system or just for viewing regular channels. Partner up for a game of foosball or maybe skeeball. Go head-to-head as basketball players at the free-throw game with nets and basketballs. To really spark the game night mood, light up the neon strobe lights that dance around the room, igniting the atmosphere with undeniable and tangible exciting times. In a separate room within Under the Sea Manor is a pool table, accompanied by a wall of pool sticks ready to break the triangle of the striped and solid balls.
The screened-in backyard is a wide-open space that can cater to the party size of guests Under the Sea Manor is ready to host. A lounge area overlooks the pool, complete with various floaties. The high ceilings and ample room to stretch out and relax outside add to the excitement this home is teeming with. An impressive spread of grilling appliances waits to be used by the grill master of the group, where they will be sure to find the outside kitchenette of sorts to their liking. The fun part of Under the Sea Manor is that you’ll keep asking yourself where you’d rather spend your time–the eclectic inside with countless opportunities for new fun or the backyard for the very same reason.
Inside the Manor
Under the Sea Manor grants those homey comforts while you are away from yours. Supplied with a fully functioning kitchen, you can spend time here while you entertain friends and family over homecooked meals, even while you’re away from your own home. The fully operational kitchen is equipped to serve a large number of guests Under the Sea Manor can host. With three refrigerators, there’s no cramped space where all guests are vying for a coveted spot in the fridge. With three refrigerators, there is ample space to accommodate all guests. The living room is an open floor plan, which has the dining room and its long dining table flowing nicely into the lounging area that the kitchen overlooks. Having this open design rather than blocked-off spaces gives Under the Sea Manor a fluid and homey feel that makes it all the easier for guests to relax and kick start their vacation.
The master bedroom is lush with calming paintings on the wall that looks like rippling water. Furnished with a king-sized bed, a mounted flat-screen, and a low-sitting shelf, the master bedroom is just as adventurous as the rest of Under the Sea Manor with its submarine-like backdrop. Attached is one of the five bathrooms. There is a double sink, a generously sized shower enclosed with glass doors, and a tub.
The second bedroom is fitted with two queen beds, and of course, is painted in the same fashion as the rest of Under the Sea Manor with soft ocean blues that are reminiscent of a current. This bedroom has a mounted television, a desk, and an attached bathroom with double sinks and a nicely sized shower that provides the right amount of space to accommodate several people staying in this one bedroom.
The third bedroom, much like the second, has double queen beds. Friendly, cartoon-like sharks are friendly faces on the walls of this room. The layout of this room is similar to the second for its furnishings and mounted television with a low-sitting shelf. A bathroom is also attached to this bedroom. It has s single sink and a shower built into a tub, so the master bedroom isn’t the only bathroom that got dibs on a bathtub. Now, more people have the option to utilize this amenity.
The next bedroom has bunk beds and looks catered to the younger guests of a party as there are little sitting chairs meant for children. Even they get a lounge area meant just for them here in Under the Sea Manor. Everyone and their comfort were considered. The next room that also has bunk beds could be given to guests of any age as there aren’t child-specific amenities.
The fifth bedroom shares the same layout as the rooms with two queen beds. A bathroom also attaches to this bedroom, with double sinks and a shower. The last bedroom is furnished with two queen beds, much like the others, but this one does not have an attached bathroom.
The Sea Awaits
Under the Sea Manor is a rental home that promises all sorts of fun and entertainment. With a shortage of room, the breathable space makes it feel like all the guests this house can fit aren’t cramped in together. Rather, this home feels much like it must feel for the sea life painted on the walls–a cohesive ecosystem with room and comfort for all. Book with Tropical Escape Vacation Homes now and secure the enigmatic Under the Sea Manor for you and your party!
The excitement continues in anticipation for the new and improved Downtown Disney as it transforms into Orlando Disney Springs. Disney Springs will expand the Walt Disney Resort favorite with exclusive shopping, new and improved restaurants and entertainment. The revamp will include the new name Disney Springs with four districts, The Landing, The Marketplace, The West Side and Town Center.
The Landing is the waterfront district which is the nearest to completion. This district features several new shops that have recently opened their doors to the public including a vintage shop Chapel Hats, a casual shoe store Havaianas and Sanuk (these shoes are so comfortable!), The Art of Shaving, a barber and shave shop and a core vegan, the gluten-free menu has debuted at McKenna’s Bakery NYC a delicious bakery you can smell from blocks away, yum! Stay tuned later on this year for the debut of the STK Steakhouse with an exclusive rooftop dining area and delicious high-end meals.
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Several different bridges were built to create more walkways where you can get a glimpse of the fabulous views and to get you to your most favorite places even faster. Disney Springs decor will be set back to the 1900’s with new signage and ambiance created around the theme. Disney Springs will still be free to park and will have plenty of space for you to do so! A second parking garage is in the works with 4,000 spaces and a connecting ramp to Interstate 4, a widened 10 lane Buena Vista Drive and two pedestrian bridges are also in the plans for a project due to be completed in late 2016. This will make it easier to park at this exclusive waterfront dining, shopping and entertainment experience.
A few of our favorite restaurants will be getting a face-lift including Planet Hollywood and Paradiso 37. Planet Hollywood’s famous globe will be transformed into a planetarium with views of stars and a new outdoor terrace and bar will be created. This will include more seating and more views. Same goes for Paradiso 37, seating will almost double with more waterfront views. The Boathouse, a restaurant coming to the former Pleasure Island area, is set to open this summer and will feature a nautical theme with breathtaking water views. Guests have the option to enjoy a unique experience on a 40-foot Italian water taxi that’s going to hold up to 25 people serving champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries and toasts with the captain while cruising the waterway!
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Many more surprises to come for the new and improved Disney Springs, stay tuned!