Bluegreen Resort Villas-2 nights at Fountains (Orlando) or Grand Villas (St. Augustine)

Bidding Supports: Temple B'nai Jacob (WELLINGTON, FL)

Item Number
223
Value:
600 USD
Online Close:
2017-12-17 20:00:00.0
Bid History:
8 Bids

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Description

Two (2) Nights Lodging at one of the following Bluegreen Resort Villas:

  • The Fountains : Orlando, Florida
  • Grand Villas at World Golf Village: St. Augustine, Florida

 

The Fountains Overview

Orlando’s world-famous attractions preside majestically over the rest of the city. But The Fountains exists in a kingdom of its own—all 54 acres of it. Located on International Drive, your outlet to every attraction you’ve come to see, this Orlando retreat holds its own with a full calendar of activities for adults and children alike. Vacation villas offer the space and amenities you need to feel right at home while the property itself is carved out of the legend of Wakoola—an ancient storyline and theme found only at The Fountains.

Onsite amenities
Orlando is famous for its world-renowned attractions, cuisine with flavors from all over the world and family fun. Vacations at The Fountains are famous for something, too: Bluegreen’s Wakoola Springs, a spectacular 75,000-square-foot tropical water wonderland that is anything but ordinary. Extraordinary features include two twisting water slides, a zero-entry pool, interactive water fountains, two hot tubs, and Wakoola Grill, our on-site bar and grill. Beautiful Lake Eve also offers fishing and paddleboats and features a boardwalk and pier for your enjoyment. You’ll also find a 6,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor pool area, two hot tubs, a convenient pool bar and a playground for the kids. Plus, our 20,000-square-foot clubhouse is home to the gift shop, a lounge area, and a kids’ activity center with video games, air hockey and billiard tables.

Grande Villas at World Golf Village® Overview

Grande Villas at World Golf Village® is a year-round golfer’s paradise. Two championship 18-hole courses are yours to enjoy, one designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer and the other with input from Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen. But the World Golf Village complex lets you experience your favorite game however you like. Improve your swing via high-tech analysis at PGA Tour Academy. Shop for that hard-to-find utility club at the largest golf store in Florida. Enjoy camaraderie with fellow golfers at a themed restaurant, grille or sports bar. And of course, expand your appreciation for the history of the game at the World Golf Hall of Fame®.

And if you have interests apart from golf, just off the premises in downtown St. Augustine you’ll find more than enough places of interest to fill your day and then some. Spanish Colonial architecture sets the city apart aesthetically, but the area—first explored in 1513 and founded as a city in 1565—is rooted in history and lore. Explore haunted lighthouses and Spanish forts. Sip from the legendary Fountain of Youth. Admire the opulence of Henry Flagler’s twin legacies to St. Augustine, the former Ponce De Leon Hotel (now Flagler College) and the Lightner Museum. There’s so much to do, all in year-round sunshine, that you almost forget you’re only minutes from a beautiful Atlantic beach as well. That’s the beauty of vacationing in St. Augustine—there’s something truly for everyone.

Onsite amenities
There’s something for everyone back at Grande Villas, too. You won’t have to climb into a car to play tennis, basketball or volleyball. Or swim or lounge at the showpiece resort pool. Or work out in the fitness room. Or see the latest first-run film at the largest IMAX® theater in the Southeast. Or retreat to Spa Laterra for a day of rejuvenation. Or find just the right restaurant for you. And if you don’t have time to schedule your own dinner reservations, excursions or tee times, either—their Guest Services team will do that for you.

Special Instructions

Expires: June 30, 2018

Accommodations are on a space-available basis.  Holidays are excluded.  Reservations should be as far in advance of the desired vacation date(s) to maximize chances of availability.  Taxes, transportation, meals. incidentals and gratuities are the responsibility of the traveler.

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Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Park, St. Augustine Alligator Farm, St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum, Colonial Quarter,  Cummer Museum, Jacksonville Symphony, Jacksonville Zoo, Museum of Arts & Sciences, and Bluegreen Vacations - Grande Villas at World Golf Village.

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