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Mariott Horizons Orlando

needhap

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I was considering renting a 2 bedroom at Marriott Horizons in Orlando. I have 4 kids 7, 10 (twins), and 15. I understand there are alot of children's activities on site. I have read the tug reviews and most of the reviewers have very young children. Would this be an appropriate place to stay for children I have? Thanks for any help.
 

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I would suggest Marriott Grand Vista as I believe the 15 YO may like it better.

I would also suggest Sheraton Vistana Villiages (not Sheraton Vistana Resort). I just got back and there is several activities for all ages and a lot of tweens/teens. The dedicated 2 bedroom in the newer section is one of the nicest and spacious I have stayed at.
 

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I was considering renting a 2 bedroom at Marriott Horizons in Orlando. I have 4 kids 7, 10 (twins), and 15. I understand there are alot of children's activities on site. I have read the tug reviews and most of the reviewers have very young children. Would this be an appropriate place to stay for children I have? Thanks for any help.

I would say yes. It is a very nice resort for families with kids. I have 2 small kids myself (4 & 7) and we went last Feb and loved it. There are at least 2 pools (can't remeber if there was more), one of the pools had a water slide for kids probably 8 or older. My girls weren't able to do the slide b/c they weren't big enough. The other pool had a water features for smaller kids the ones you see in waterparks and there is a separate area with water features for older kids as well. My kids really enjoyed this resort very much.
 
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