Emerald Island Resort, Kissimmee Florida - Location

Emerald Island Resort is in Kissimmee, Florida and is one of the closest resorts to Disney World Orlando Florida. Emerald Island Resort is conveniently located off Hwy 192 West in Kissimmee at Mile Marker - 4 and offers easy access to most major Central Florida attractions. It is popular due to the vast choice of vacation rental homes, villas and condos that are available for renters of all party sizes and appeals to all budgets. Conveniently located to close to shops, grocery stores, and restaurants, Emerald Island Resort is a vacation destination itself. You can review what is close to Emerald Island Resort and appreciate the wide array of options you have for dining and shopping around Emerald Island Resort. Check our Orlando Guest Information section for driving directions to all Orlando area attractions from our vacation rentals in Emerald Island Resort.

Our spacious 4, 5, 6 and 7-bedroom luxury vacation homes, rental pool homes and villas, and 3 and 4 bedroom town-homes are all located in lush tropical grounds of Emerald Island Resort. Whether you are traveling as a family or having a reunion, we have villas that can accommodate any party size when you are visiting Orlando Florida.

Location of Emerald Island Resort, Kissimmee and Disney World, Orlando

Emerald Island Resort in Florida and Disney World Orlando area map

Distance to Florida Attractions from Emerald Island Resort -Kissimmee

Emerald Island Resort and area attraction map

As you can see we are able to publish the distances from our villas to Disney area attractions as opposed to saying, "we are minutes from Disney". Many first-time visitors to Orlando area do not understand the traffic patterns during the busy morning and late evening hours. The last thing you want to do during your vacation stay is to drive 15-20 miles to reach your vacation home after a busy day at parks. Please understand that it takes almost an hour in Orlando area if you have to drive 15-20 miles. Wouldn't you rather spend that extra hour in the theme parks with Mickey, Minnie and their friends than on the roads?