Where is Reunion Resort located?

Reunion Resort is located in Reunion, Florida in Osceola County. Since Reunion shares a zip code with Kissimmee (34747), addresses may show up as in Kissimmee or Reunion.

How far is Disney World from Reunion Resort?

Reunion Resort is located only 7 miles South of Walt Disney World®️

Other distances -
13 miles from Universal Orlando.
11 miles from Sea World.
20 miles from Orlando International Airport.
20 miles from Downtown Orlando.
8 miles from the Premium Outlets Vineland.
15 miles from the Mall at Millenia.
15 miles from the Florida Mall.

How many golf courses does Reunion Resort have?

Reunion Resort features 3 signature golf courses designed Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson.

What amenities does Reunion Resort offer?

In addition to the 3 signature golf courses, Reunion Resort amenities include 7 restaurants, mini golf, tennis courts, pickle ball, bocce ball, 2 playgrounds, a dog park, a water park, 12 community pools, fitness center, shuttle service to Disney World, bike and golf cart rentals, concierge, meeting and event space, holiday events, and more.

Who owns Reunion Resort?

Kingwood International Resorts owns and operates Reunion Resort and Golf Club. Residential properties located within Reunion Resort including vacant lots, condos, villas, townhouses, and single family homes are privately owned.

Can I live at Reunion Resort?

Yes, you can live full time at Reunion Resort. Reunion makes a great primary residence for those looking for resort style living a short driving distance from all of Orlando’s attractions.

Can I get mail in Reunion?

Yes. There are mailbox kiosks for each neighborhood in Reunion Resort and most packages are delivered to your doorstep.

How much do homes cost in Reunion Resort?

With a wide variety of options from 1-bedroom condos to 15+ bedroom mansions, properties in Reunion Resort can range from around $200,000 to over $10,000,000. The average sales price in Reunion is just under $900,000 while the median price is $560,000.

Is Reunion Resort a good investment?

Reunion Resort’s expansive amenities, proximity to Disney World and other Orlando attractions, and diversity of property styles and price points make it a great option for any buyer considering investing in Orlando real estate.

Can I rent my property at Reunion Resort? Are there any restrictions?

Reunion Resort has no rental restrictions. Properties at Reunion can be rented to either long term or short term tenants. Long terms tenants will typically lease a property for more than 6 months with the average length being for one year. Short term rentals have no minimum stay requirements unless otherwise set by the homeowners or property manager. Please note that proper licenses must be obtained from the county for renting your property to short term tenants.

Can I list my Reunion property on Airbnb?

Reunion Resort is zoned for short term rentals and homeowners can list their properties on Airbnb, VRBO or any other vacation rental resource. However, rental guests of Reunion Club members can only access Club amenities if their property is rented through one of Reunion’s preferred management companies.

Is the club membership mandatory at Reunion Resort?

Being a member of the club is not mandatory at Reunion. However, club amenities are only available to members and their guests. Memberships are tied to properties within the resort. Buyers of a property with an active membership will have 60 days post closing to join the club. If you do not join the club within that timeframe, the membership is forfeited and you will not be able to obtain one again in the future. Buyers of a Reunion property without a membership cannot obtain one after closing - adding value to those homeowners who do maintain an active club membership.

Can I transfer a club membership to another property I own at Reunion Resort?

Yes. An owner with multiple properties in Reunion can transfer a membership from one property to another for a $2,500 fee. Conditions apply.

What is a CDD?

A Community Development District (CDD) is a governmental unit created to serve the long-term specific needs of its community. Created pursuant to chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes, a CDD’s main powers are to plan, finance, construct, operate and maintain community-wide infrastructure and services specifically for the benefit of its residents. Reunion Resort is split into 2 sections for CDD purposes, Reunion West and Reunion East. CDD fees are included in your property taxes under non-ad valorem assessments.

How do you get around Reunion Resort?

Depending on where you own within the resort, some amenities could be within walking distance. There is parking at all amenities if you prefer or need to drive. LSV’s (low speed vehicles) and NEV’s (neighborhood electric vehicles) are allowed as long as they are titled and insured. There is also a neighborhood shuttle service available for club members and their guests.

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