All about Reunion Resort
Set in a secluded area of exquisitely landscaped, lushly rolling terrain, Reunion Resort is 6 miles from the Walt Disney World® Resort theme park entrance, 12 miles from SeaWorld, and 16 miles from Universal Studios.
This Orlando-area resort has 3 18-hole golf courses: the Tom Watson Independence, the Arnold Palmer Legacy, and the Jack Niklaus Tradition. Children enjoy supervised activities and a tropically themed water park.
Reunion Resort villas feature furnished balconies or patios with golf or garden views. Well-equipped kitchens, separate living areas, DVD players, and complimentary high-speed Internet access are also included.
Reunion Resort and Club – a Wyndham Grand Resort is an exclusive 2,300-acre destination resort conveniently located in West Orlando within 6 miles from the Walt Disney World entrance and 30 miles from the Orlando International Airport. Guests are considered members and receive membership cards at check-in. Guests use these cards, rather than cash, during their stay tipless, cashless resort).
This luxury resort offers the comfort of beautifully appointed 1 to 3 bedroom villas. Reunion offers amenities such as 3 Signature golf courses, a 5-acre water park, full-service spa, fitness center, exceptional dining facilities and more. More than an average hotel room, most villas border one of the three championship courses. Most villas include living and dining room with private balcony or patio, fully equipped kitchen, secluded master suite and additional bedrooms providing queen, two double or two single beds.
All units offer golf course and/or interior garden views with the option of a private pool. Most units offer DVD/CD players, iron/ironing board, hair dryers, in-room safes, bathrobes, umbrellas.
Reunion Resort and Club – A Wyndham Grand Resort is home to three private golf courses. The 18-hole Legacy by Arnold Palmer offers rolling terrain with mature trees, pristine natural preserves, wide fairways, and grass-sloped bunkers. Shot makers will appreciate the 18-hole, 7,147-yard Independence Course by Tom Watson, which offers a more challenging, links-type experience. Jack Nicklaus’ 7,300-yard Tradition course features a smooth and rolling natural layout with long horizontal lines and several holes playing over water.