Found this resort online & loved the coziness it eluded! Great room, was just like staying in our own 1 bedroom apartment! Comfortable accommodations, even though I loved the firmness of the bed my husband did not but he likes the softer mattresses. Kitchen was well stocked. The pool was open but other amenities were not due to Covid restrictions, but we had a great time in the area & loved the close proximity to everything!!
Stated at the Magic Tree for a week with my family. Memorial day weekend Outstanding customer service from Ci Ci. Very helpful and provided great customer service 👍👍👍 Grounds we're wonderful and well maintained... Great location and I will stay again
Check in was a little uncomfortable, but getting our temperature checked and wearing a mask in the lobby was not the worst thing. The best thing about this place is definitely the pool, warm water and a nice setting amongst the tropical plants. The unit was clean, but the feel of being in a motel was very prevalent. Paying for a washer and dryer is definitely not what I am used to in a timeshare resort., It was OK, but I probably won’t come back here again
We loved the entire place. Beautiful plants, warm pool nice size one bedroom and great staff. Also love the movies. Also the other guests were very nice people and enjoyable to be with. Plenty of tables around the pool with an umbrella.
We have stayed here many times over the past couple of decades and this year booked a week in March. It is a converted motel but small and close to the Disney entrance which we liked. Over the past few years they have done a lot of ground improvements to make it look nice but it lacks a lot compared to other possible Orlando exchange options, and this years visit made us realize that it is not a place worth continuing to go to. Our biggest disappointment was that they tore down the tennis and basketball area as well as the children's play area. There is nothing there at all. We used to play tennis all the time and the children's playground was fairly new. This time all there was was a tape-closed area and polls sticking out of the ground. They said they were considering a miniature golf course. I would have preferred they kept the tennis/basketball/playground amenity as it would be more used. As mentioned above, this is a converted motel so niceties like a washer/dryer are not in the room - something we see in every exchange we do. They however used to have 6 washers and dryers in a separate part of the complex, and since the place is small, walking there was not an issue. They even gave you a couple boxes of detergent in your room. This year, they replaced the machines with ones that you have to pay $1 each to use. And you need to go next door to Walmart to buy soap. Pretty cheap. But even worse, if you stay in a 2 bedroom unit with 6 people, you get 2 small bars of soap for the bath tub/shower, 2 even smaller 'Motel Cheap' style mini soap bars and NO shampoo at all. On the 3rd day there, when we asked for another bar, we were told "it will be a $1, but you can walk to Walmart and get it for less". Pretty bad. Then there were the 'winter-stayers' (folks who come here for multiple weeks / months at a time) who, as early as 8AM, would wait at the pool gate (which opened at 9AM) to grab one of the few tables and lounge chairs in the pool area and keep them for the entire day. On multiple occasions, we had to ask to use a lounge chair (which had a towel on it since 9AM but never saw anyone use them for hours) or drag a few around to get 2 together when we could find some (although we never took count, it appeared there were a lot less tables and chairs inside the pool area then a few years ago). They have always touted this place as a nice place to stay - "Welcome Home" - and yes, the staff has always been friendly. But with all the recent changes and charges and loss of amenities, we will definitely stay at other properties when we exchange next time. It is very noisy and congested with the 24 hour Walmart that is next door. You have to pay for items that are expected for a week-long stay. You have to search for lounge chairs. It is sad as they really had something special here with the smallness and friendliness, but there is just nothing worth coming here for. Maybe that is the plan for those who own many weeks here - turn it into a private "Village" for their personal use...…