To many travelers a hotel is usually just a place to retreat in between tours and adventures. But to those who look for something unusual in lodgings, it can also be a place of memories. Here are some extraordinary lodgings in Florida that may be the highlight of your next vacation:
Astor: The Guest Cottage at Grasshopper Acres is situated on 10 secluded acres of privately owned property at the end of a chain of lakes surrounded by the
Key Largo: Jules Undersea Lodge is for adventurous travelers who love the sea, and want an unusual way to enjoy it. Named after that fantasy-lover Jules Verne, this underwater lodge features a 42-inch window in accommodations so guests can admire the watery panoramas after they go diving. A variety of packages and discounts are offered. Visit http://www.jul.com.
Disney World: Recapture the fun and fantasy of childhood at Disney's Saratoga Springs Treehouse Villas. Located adjacent to Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spathe 60 Treehouse Villas are octagonal in shape and built on a pedestal, 10 feet from the ground and offer views of the forest and canal, where often ibises, blue herons and other birds can be spotted. The villas have three bedrooms and two baths, lots of glass to take advantage of the views, as well as many conveniences: from full kitchens with granite counters to washers and dryers to flat screen televisions and cathedral ceilings. Another option at Disney World is the
Orlando: Fancy the Middle Ages and the Renaissance? Looking like a turreted medieval palace that has been deposited onto Orlando's