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Your Guide to Florida Luxury Villas

Sun-kissed beaches. Stylish cities. Magical kingdoms. The Sunshine State has long been one of America’s premiere playgrounds, and Florida luxury villas let you experience the best it has to offer in suitably grand fashion.

Florida first boomed in the 1920s as a playground for East Coasters looking to escape the winter. Post-WWII, Florida luxury villas began popping up alongside resorts, offering everything from Mediterranean-chic casitas to modern marvels. By the 1970s, the opening of Disney World led to a boom in themed villas as well.

Today, Florida luxury villas can be found all across the state. No matter where you stay, expect modern amenities, contemporary styling, unparalleled privacy, and 5-star service, including from your villa specialist and concierge.

Renting a luxury villa in Florida is easy with Rental Escapes. First, find your travel dates and party size. From there, your Rental Escapes villa specialist will present you with the best available Florida luxury villas. After, your concierge customizes your trip, including transportation, boat charters, excursions, tours, reservations, chef service, and more.

Luxury Villas in Florida

From the Atlantic to the Gulf Coast, Florida luxury villas can be found all across the state, each with an identity of their own.

Top places to rent Florida luxury villas include Miami, with its unmatched energy and style; Orlando, with its wealth of family activities; Marco Island, home to some of Florida’s best beaches; and more.

Miami Luxury Villas

Miami is a city with a vibe all its own. Whether you come down to party, relax by the beach, or admire the Art Deco buildings of South Beach, Miami luxury villas let you experience this beautiful city in style. They include:

Villa Haven: Located on a quiet inlet that flows directly into Biscayne Bay, this waterfront villa is easily one of Miami’s most luxurious. A fully-stacked gym, a jaw-dropping wet bar, a smart billiard room, and an expansive pool are really just the start of what this villa offers. A sleek, stylish choice.

Villa Limon: Centrally located in Miami Shores, Villa Limon lets you enjoy the best of the beach, downtown, Design District and Wynwood, all within close proximity. With the interior and exterior seamlessly combining to create a lavish experience, complete with a floodlit pool, basketball court, tropical décor, and well-appointed bedrooms, you’ll have the perfect retreat to come back to.

Granada: Set in Coral Gables, Grenada is a lush, contemporary villa with a wealth of amenities to guarantee your rest and relaxation, including a large dining room, games room, and a stunning pool area. It also includes 10 large, well-appointed bedrooms, making it a perfect choice for large groups of up to 20 guests.

Orlando Luxury Villas

While Orlando is best known for its theme parks, including Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort, it also has a variety of other attractions as well. And with a ton of locations near and away from the parks, Orlando luxury villas are the ideal way to enjoy it all. They include:

Great Outdoors at Reunion Resort: Located in the celebrated Reunion Resort, Great Outdoors offers a wealth of possibilities for the whole family, both indoors and out. Features like a secluded, beach-inspired infinity pool area, a drive-in movie theatre, an indoor basketball court, a camp-themed kids’ bedrooms, and a fort-inspired games room are really just the start. It’s all surrounded by lush landscaping and palm trees, making for the ultimate Disney retreat.

Pirate Cave at Reunion Resort: Also in the Reunion Resort is Pirate Cove, a 10-bedroom villa with a serious sense of whimsy. Top features include a theatre room, a superhero-themed game room, a pool room, a large outdoor deck, and more. Plus, the bedrooms are all well-appointed, and it's right by Orlando’s best golfing and resorts. A great choice for the whole family.

The Elysian: Overlooking both Grande Lakes Ontario and the Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, The Elysian is one of Orlando’s most luxurious villas. Set in the Ritz Carlton Resort, it features an open concept, natural light, a chef’s kitchen, a mudroom, and a private plunge pool. A lavish option, down to the last detail.

Marco Island Villas

Gazing out over the Gulf of Mexico and just a short drive from Naples, Marco Island is a hidden gem that’s quickly gaining a reputation for having some of Florida’s best beaches. Marco Island villas sit waterfront and let you have a piece of this luxury locale all to yourself. They include:

Rose Ct: Laid out over 4,800 square feet, this expansive 7-bedroom villa offers a large private pool, sunny living spaces, shaded balconies, and tons of outdoor entertainment. All seven bedrooms are also well-appointed, with en-suite bathrooms and a variety of bedroom configurations. A perfect choice for a large family or multi-generational group.

Aigle Parkhouse: Easily one of the most luxurious villas on Marco Island, this contemporary masterpiece overlooks Collier Bay at the centre of a waterfront cul-de-sac, offering unparalleled privacy. It’s also been lovingly decorated, with original art deco pieces from Paris, contemporary Roche Bobois furnishings, a professional kitchen, and so much more. A supremely stylish choice.

Aruba Ct: Expertly designed inside and out, this sunny, open-concept villa delights at every turn. Gaze out from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Relax with a cocktail on the waterfront patio. Enjoy a meal in the expansive dining room. Everywhere you turn, you’ll find another thoughtful detail. A great choice for up to 14 guests.

Florida Luxury Villas FAQ

How to Travel to Florida?

Most visitors will reach Florida by air. Florida is home to multiple domestic and international airports, including Miami International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and Tampa International Airport.
You can also drive into Florida, including by taking the I-95 on the East Coast, I-75 from the Midwest, and I-10 from the West.
You can also reach Florida by train. Amtrak runs services to several cities, including Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville. And if you take an Amtrak Auto Train, you can bring your car with you.
Lastly, Florida’s extensive coastline means it is easily accessible by sea, including by private boat charter.
Your Rental Escapes concierge is happy to help with airport transfers, train tickets, car rentals, or any other transportation needs.

How to Get Around Florida?

The best way to get around Florida is by renting a car, especially if you plan on visiting multiple towns.
Ride-sharing services, taxis, and private drivers are also widely available.
Water taxis and ferries are also available in coastal cities.
Lastly, Orlando resorts tend to have shuttle services to the major theme parks.
Your concierge is happy to help with rental cars, private drivers, shuttles, and any other transportation needs.

When is the Best Time to go to Florida?

Florida is a great year-round destination, so the best time to go will depend on what you want to do.
Winter sees mild and pleasant weather and is also prime time for events and festivals. It’s also an ideal time to go golfing.
Spring has the most comfortable climate, especially if you want to go to the beach, and Spring Break crowds usually dwindle by late April. It’s also a great time for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities.
Summer is hot and sunny and the water temperatures are warm at this time, making it ideally suited to beach vacations.
Fall sees good weather and the lowest overall crowds of the year. It’s also a great time for fishing, golf, food, and wine festivals.

Is Florida Safe?

Florida’s most popular tourist areas, including Orlando, Miami Beach, and the theme park areas, have a high amount of security and police presence and are considered very safe. The majority of our Florida luxury villas are also found in gated communities that are very safe as well.

Best Things to do in Florida?

Visit theme parks: Florida is home to world-famous theme parks, including the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, and LEGOLAND Florida. These parks offer a magical experience for all ages.
Hit the beach: Florida is also home to some of the best beaches along the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. From the high-energy vibe of Miami Beach to the crystal-clear water of Siesta Key Beach, there’s a strip of coastline here to satisfy every type of beachgoer.
Explore the Everglades: A unique ecosystem, the Florida Everglades is home to a number of unique wildlife, including birds and alligators. Take an airboat ride or hike along the trails to discover the wilder side of Florida for yourself.

What Food Is Florida Known For?

Florida cuisine is a delightful mix of cultures and influences. Top products include:
Citrus Fruits: Florida is called the citrus state thanks to its bounty of oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes.
Key Lime Pie: Made from Key Lime juice, sweetened condensed milk, and graham cracker crust. Often served with a dollop of whipped cream.
Cuban Sandwiches: Roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard.
Pastelitos: Flaky pastries filled with guava, cheese, or meat.
Stone Crabs: Seasonal delicacy served from October to May. Served with a tangy mustard dipping sauce.
Tropical Fruit: In addition to citrus, Florida is also famous for tropical fruits like mangoes, guavas, and papaya.
Gator Bites: Alligator meat, battered and fried. A dish that’s uniquely Floridian.
Craft Beer: Florida is home to a thriving craft beer scene with a wide variety of flavours.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can arrange restaurant reservations, villa pre-stocking, and private chef service on any villa stay.

How’s the Weather in Florida?

Winter in Florida is generally mild and pleasant, making it a popular time to visit. Average temperatures are 68-74°F (20-23°C) in the daytime and 48-63°F (9-17°C) at night. Average precipitation is 2-2.5 inches (51-64 mm) per month.
Spring is warm and pleasant, with blooming flowers and comfortable temperatures. Average temperatures are 74-84°F (23-29°C) during the day and 55-66°F (13-19°C) at night. Average precipitation is 2-3 inches (51-76 mm) per month.
Summer is hot and humid, with a chance of thundershowers in the afternoon. Average temperatures are 82-92°F (28-33°C) during the day and 72-76°F (22-24°C) at night. Average precipitation is 7-8 inches (178-203 mm) per month.
Fall sees temperatures start to cool down while remaining comfortable. Average temperatures are 74-84°F (23-29°C) during the day and 55-66°F (13-19°C) at night. Average precipitation is 2-3 inches (51-76 mm) per month.

Book a Florida Luxury Villa with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of the US, Rental Escapes can elevate your Florida villa rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest Florida luxury villas, including villas in Miami, Orlando, Marco Island, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate Florida villa experience.

Contact us today to reserve your next dream holiday!

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