Central Florida is home to some of the world’s most beloved theme parks. From Walt Dinsey World to Universal Orlando Resort and everything in between, vacationers flock to Orlando for entertainment. Now one company is opening a massive vacation resort filled with residences for those wishing to enjoy luxury accommodations while visiting their favorite theme parks! Evermore Orlando Resort will be built right next to the Walt Disney World Resort, let’s take a look at the details of this new project!
Evermore Orlando Resort is banking on tourism bouncing back in a big way!
The ongoing pandemic has taken a large toll on the tourism industry, and Central Florida was not immune to the struggle. While both Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort have successfully reopened amid the pandemic, things are not 100%. Disney and Universal are both operating under a modified capacity, and hopes are high that the vaccine will alleviate the financial strain put on the theme parks.
Now, this incredible new residential space is being built right next to Walt Disney World with the cost estimated set over a billion dollars. Clearly, businesses are confident that Central Florida tourism will make a triumphant return to its former glory.
Here are some of the details for the Evermore Orlando Resort straight from their website.
We don’t believe that renting a private house or staying at an amenity-packed resort should be an either/or proposition – so we’re building the best of both. Every element of Evermore is being designed to create an Orlando vacation oasis that feels uniquely stress-free from start to finish. Each accommodation is 100% owned, managed and operated by our singular onsite team, offering the unique hospitality, safety, cleanliness, privacy, amenities and general trip peace of mind that can often be a hit-or-miss reality with private home rental.
Evermore is a comprehensive redevelopment of the former Villas of Grand Cypress located adjacent to the Walt Disney World® Resort and only 10 miles from Universal Orlando™ Resort, SeaWorld® and the Orange County Convention Center.
We are very interested to see what this reenvisioning of the Grand Cypress will look like, and we cannot wait for the grand opening of Evermore which is set for 2023!
Many Orlando area hotels fell into bankruptcy as the Central Florida economy was hit by the pandemic. However, seeing that old properties are being revitalized and made into something new and luxurious is a good sign that things could return to pre-pandemic financial success.
Are you looking forward to the opening of Evermore Orlando Resort? Let us know in the comments!