Resale R771030

Blue Tree Resort at Lake Buena Vista

Orlando, Florida

Resale R771030

Blue Tree Resort at Lake Buena Vista

Orlando, Florida
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • Sleeps 6 Sleeps icon: familyCreated with Sketch.
    • Beds 1 King, 2 Twin/Single, 1 Sleeper Sofa
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    • Building/Unit: 10-312
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  • Week: 31 cal
  • Maintenance Fee: $597.00
  • Ownership Type: Deeded
  • Use: Annual
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    • DVD Player
    • Dishwasher
    • Internet Access
    • Microwave
    • Patio or Balcony
    • Refrigerator - Full Size
    • TV
    • Telephone
    • No pets
    • No smoking

    Fixed Week: 31

    Next Use: 2018

    *Closing costs and transfer fees are to be paid by the buyer*

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  • Blue Tree Resort at Lake Buena Vista

    Orlando, Florida

    Situated on sixteen sprawling, beautifully landscaped acres, Blue Tree Resort at Lake Buena Vista offers a variety of amenities to make your stay the best it can be. Choose to enjoy resort-wide Wi-Fi access, four outdoor pools, a children’s pool, two whirlpool spas, on-site fitness center, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, a game room, outdoor playground, miniature golf course, business center and complimentary scheduled transportation to popular destinations including Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores.

    At Blue Tree Resort, you'll take refuge in sleek and stylish one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. Each includes a standard-size kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, oven, coffee maker, blender, toaster and set of dinnerware and kitchen utensils as well as a dining area. Relax in a plush queen-size bed and a sleeper sofa in separate rooms, ideal for up to four guests. A screened-in porch with patio furniture allows you to enjoy the Florida sunshine and air from the comfort of your room. For at truly luxe experience, go all-out with the two-bedroom deluxe suite, which also offers a whirlpool bathtub, additional space and in-suite washer/dryer.

    Blue Tree Resort lies within easy reach of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando and SeaWorld. Those with thrill-seeking tendencies can kick it up a notch by heading to some of the area’s best local adventures, including Revolution - The Off-Road Experience, Skydive Space Center and Orlando Balloon Rides. Looking for more natural pursuits? Get a glimpse of Florida’s flora and fauna by visiting Bok Tower Gardens, Harry P. Leu Gardens and Blue Spring State Park. And don't forget - some of the state's best beaches on both the Gulf and Atlantic coasts are just an hour away!

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    • Avatar for pennyr57
      By pennyr57 Apr 17, 2015

      Great place!

    • Avatar for gerry10
      By gerry10 Updated Dec 11, 2014

      Stayed at Blue Tree for first time over Christmas Holidays. Resort is in an ideal location in Lake Buenavista within easy walking distance to good restaurants and shopping and about 1/2 mile from Disney Pleasure Island.

      The pools are well heated and the pool areas are quite nice. The deluxe 2 BR units are well equiped and quite large (1200 sq ft). There are also smaller 2 br executive units (850 sq ft) which do not have washer/dryer.

      This not a large resort so everything is within walking distance within the resort (compare to Orange Lake where you need a car to go from place to place within the resort)

      Grounds are well kept and outsides of buildings are well maintained.

      Scheduled activities for kids everyday.

    • Avatar for george1355
      By george1355 Updated Apr 24, 2011

      Our family of 5 with 3 small children have stayed at Blue Tree 6 of the last 12 years and have had a great time every time. Very family oriented, very safe and comfortable. Close to all the action!

    • Avatar for joseh15
      By joseh15 Updated Apr 7, 2011

      We have owned and vacationed at Blue Tree for 10+ years. The Resort has afforded our family many HAPPY Spring Break, Vacations, Birthdays & Family Reunion memories. If you are looking for a beautiful, safe, clean, well maintained, peaceful home away from home, this is the place to be! If you love to have fun, this too offers daily activities for every age as well as close proximity to all the park attractions, shopping, & restaurants. My children are now grown up so we are looking to sell for simple downsizing... We hope that a good family with younger children will buy and create the same great memories of their Blue Tree experiences that we will forever cherish.

    • Avatar for jim84
      By jim84 Dec 31, 2008

      We have been going to Blue Tree Resort for years and love it. It's really close to Disney and Disney Village. The resort has 4 pools and has always been great with the kids!

    • Avatar for craig295
      By craig295 Feb 10, 2008

      Don't stay here. We were there in February 08 and our condo was a wreck. The air conditioner was leaking water in the all way. The carpet was wet and was musty smeliing. The wash machine and dryer were old and soo loud that we couldn't use them. They shut the pool down for maintenance and didn't let us know ahead of time.

    • Avatar for jeffcarp
      By jeffcarp Jul 4, 2007

      We stayed in a 1-bedroom unit in the Blue Tree section of this complex. This is your typical, large timeshare complex in Orlando, with a multitude of buildings, several swimming pools, a bunch of activities and lots of people. We found parking to be a problem if returning at the close of Magic Kingdom. One night we had to park 4 buildings away. Parking early in the evening was never an issue.

      Check-in took about 15 minutes, with a line about 4 people deep with 4 agents working at all available stations. Check-out was a little quicker, but there was not near enough parking for everyone wanting to check-out.

      We didn't use any activities, basically used this place as a place to crash after being at the various parks all day. The location is good. Universal was about 15 minutes. The Disney properties were generally a little closer. Nearby is any type of food, shopping, etc. you could want.

      Overall we were fine with this exchange. It was nothing that knocked our socks off, and would be typical of any of a large number of similar generic properties in the area.

      The AC on high setting resulted in an extremely loud rattle. You could only run the AC on medium. The filter door in the ceiling of the hallway had one screw catch that was stripped so it hung down a few inches from the ceiling, likely one source of the rattle.

      Our biggest complaint was that the 1 bedroom unit was very small. It was barely suitable for our 2 small kids (7 and 4) and us. If we would have spent any time at the unit during the week, I think this would have been an even bigger negative for us.

      With the pull-out sofa pulled out, you can't hardly walk into the unit. The chair of the kitchen table is within inches of the open door. The other chair is within inches of the pulled out sofa bed. We hit our shins on either the bed or chair more than once. If you are actually seated at the kitchen table in the chair nearest the door, the door wouldn't open completely.

      We didn't really use the kitchen. It had newer appliances and everything was in good condition and working order.

      The master bedroom was really small. It had a bed, a small end-table and a tiny TV stand. There was about 12" of space between the end of the bed and the TV stand. The TV was a small TV, probably about a 13" size.

      There was no furniture for clothes in the bedroom. There was a large walk-in closet, but they put a dresser in the closet (because it can't fit in the bedroom). The washer and dryer is also in the bedroom closet. So that took up much of the closet floor space leaving one single clothes rod in the entire walk-in closet. With the washer and dryer in the bedroom closet, you got the pleasure of listening to it at night if you did laundry when you went to bed.

      Off the bedroom was a sliding door out to a very small deck. If you sat at the chair without slanting it, you'd hit your knees on the railing.

      The single bathroom was not fun. It is located off the hallway. The layout is beyond ridiculous. Inside the bathroom was a walk-in closet. The door to the walk-in closet was behind the opened bathroom door. You pretty much have to use this closet for most things, because it is one of the few places to put luggage, clothes, etc. To get into the closet, you have to open the bathroom door, go into the bathroom, close the bathroom door in order to access the closet bifold door, then open the closet door. This entire closet dance interferes with someone standing at the sink trying to get ready. We found ourselves constantly walking into each other trying to get ready in the morning.

      We booked this at the last minute so only 1 bedrooms were available, but I regret doing it because the 1 bedrooms is just too small for four people. If you have 4 adults or even older kids, I would not recommend this unit. I'd look elsewhere.

      All in all, the place was fine, but we would probably consider other exchange options in the future because the 1 bedroom was just too small and what was there was laid out in illogical ways. A SpringHill Suites is laid out better than these 1 bedrooms were, especially if you don't need a full kitchen.

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Fixed Week: 31

Next Use: 2018

*Closing costs and transfer fees are to be paid by the buyer*

This is a RedWeek.com full-service posting. Key details have been verified, and all offers will be handled by one of our licensed real estate brokers.

  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Internet Access
  • Microwave
  • Patio or Balcony
  • Refrigerator - Full Size
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • No pets
  • No smoking