Emerald Island Resort

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Emerald Island Resort is a prestigious gated & guarded community located on Disney's doorstep. Surrounded by a Conservation Area, it encompasses over 300 acres with 11 heavily wooded acres right in the middle of the community. Once inside, you feel as if you have entered a special preserve. Owners and Guests alike can utilize all the facilities provided within the resort, which include the clubhouse sauna, fitness center, games arcade, Internet cafe, Free Wifi around the pool areas, Tiki-bar, 2 heated community pools and spas, volleyball, tennis courts, basketball facilities, kiddie play areas, and much more. Please click on the Facilities link, in the above menu section, to see photographs of our great facilities.

 

Within minutes of Walt Disney World and a short drive to shopping and dining, this 'island' serves as a haven from the larger world while remaining central to everything the world's most popular destination with millions of visitors a year has to offer.

Emerald Island Resort

Location

Most villas are located on the US 27 which is situated at the end of the US 192 which is 8 miles plus to Disney. As these are increasing in numbers, the US 192 back to the parks is becoming more congested and thus adding to the travelling time. Emerald Island is situated under 2 miles to Disney ensuring stress free travel to the parks. Shops and restaurants are located within a mile. Once you have stayed in Emerald Island, you will not want to stay anywhere else!
Driving Directions: 1-4 West to Exit 64B. West on 192. Left on Formosa Gardens Blvd. Right on Funnie Steed Rd. Emerald Island will be approximately 1 mile ahead on your left.

Orlando, Florida Weather

What's the weather?

With an overall average high temperature of 83° and an average low of 62°, the weather at Disney World sounds just about perfect. However, you need to know that summer temperatures are very hot, often reaching into the mid-90s. It's important to note that the heat can wilt even the most enthusiastic Mickey Mouse fan, and can even be very dangerous for older visitors. Frequent afternoon thunderstorms will often cool things off a bit, but you should definitely follow these tips for beating the Florida heatto help keep yourself comfortable and safe. (Source: TripSavvy.com)