This is where I find Lakeshore confusing. They have different 1BR and studio configurations.
II considers the "big" 1BR side of the 2BR deluxe a 1BR unit with kitchen, they consider the opposite side a 1BR with limited kitchen.
After talking with Marriott they consider that side with the limited kitchen a deluxe studio. The 1BR deluxe is the lock off side of a 2BR unit. The 1BR standardard is the "big" side of the 2BR deluxe.
So I would go for the deluxe studio at Lakeshore Reserve over a 1BR at another Orlando Marriott. The only things lacking are a little bit of space, oven, and the washer and drier. I think it has a full refrigerator and small stove-top. The bed is also segregated in it's own room.
BTW, Cypress Harbour only has 2BR units.
If the Deluxe lock off configuration is the same as Shadow Ridge Enclaves, then as long as you do not get assigned to an assessable unit, the microwave is also a convection oven, and there is a washer/dryer in the unit. It is very comfortable for 2 people. PM me if you'd like pics of the Shadow Ridge unit.
I don't know about the microwave being a convection oven also, but I did confirm with Marriott through two calls that the deluxe studio doesn't have a washer and drier. Of course that doesn't mean the phone rep knew what they were talking about. They didn't seem to have easy access to the descriptions for each type of configuration and it seemed like they had to go ask someone else.
One thing to potentially consider (in addition to which one has the nicer rooms) is can one be accessed easily without using precious DC points? Note: if you're going to trade your Marriott II legacy week deposit into either one -- then my point below doesn't matter.
I traded two Worldmark deposits into two Cypress Harbour units during Spring Break 2012. I started the search listing all the Orlando properties and Cypress Harbour matched quickly. I then narrowed the second search to just Cypress Harbour and it matched quickly as well. This is for the first week of April 2012 so its a desirable Spring Break week (we go on a Disney Cruise second week of April).
So.....while Lakeshore Reserve is undoubtedly nicer, Cypress Harbour appears to be very easily accessed with a companion trader like Worldmark....saving those precious DC points for the very difficult to obtain reservation. Plus because Cypress Harbor is only 2BR units you can use a 1BR deposit ($300 MF in WM) to get it, plus the $154 trade fee.