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Going on vacation doesn’t have to mean staying in a cramped hotel room with your family. There are a lot of different options for you to stay in.  From Windsor Hills Kissimmee rentals to camping in the woods, there are a million and one options for you to stay in while on vacation. Here we look at three.

Hit the Road

Many families (and retirees alike) will hit the open road. Staying in hotels every night can be pricey. So, why not rent an RV and spend the nights camped out in a luxurious RV? These aren’t your typical old-school pop up campers. Today’s recreational vehicles are equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living room. This way you can bring the comforts of your own home on the road with you. While you will have to make stops to fill up on gas, you have the option to cook, which will save you money since you won’t have to go searching for restaurants three times a day for meals. Just think of all the money you are saving by driving, eating, and sleeping in your RV. That just means you can spend more on souvenirs for the kids and grandkids.

Pitch a Tent

In today’s society, more and more people seem to be going glamping. You know…camping but in luxury hotels and cabins. Hate to break it to you, but this isn’t camping. Camping is about pitching a tent and sleeping in the wild. Throw out your fears of bears, bats, and bugs. Get out there with a sleeping bag and sleep under the stars. If the weather is a little rough, go in the tent. Ladies (and gentlemen) can rough it for a few days without all the conventional needs of a high end hotel.

Rent Away
Sometimes, you want the feel of home without actually being home. A Windsor Hills Kissimmee rental, or any other rental depending on your destination, is always an exciting option.  When you rent a place to stay, normally the only thing you have to bring is yourself and food. Many people though are more comfortable bringing their own bedding and shower supplies as well though.

Rental properties provide you the space every family needs. If someone becomes tired, they can retreat to their bedroom for a nap. Kids are fighting and need a timeout? Do what you do at home, send them to separate rooms. In a hotel, if you tried this, chances are one would be cooling off in the bathroom. The best thing about rentals is truly the fact you are at a home away from home.

No matter what option you choose, remember, hotels don’t always have to be the option. No one enjoys being in a small cramped room, especially if someone is in a bad mood.

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For other types of lodging, contact Jeana Olchowy. Follow her @jolchowy25.