Wyndham Vacation Resorts from a mom's perspective!

We had the privilege (and I mean that) of staying at Wyndham Vacation Resorts at Glacier Canyon in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

Wyndham Vacation Ownership is the world’s largest timeshare company with more than 135 timeshare resorts worldwide and I would LOVE to tell you about our experience from a mom's perspective!

From their site:

"Great Accommodations. Step up to a roomy 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom vacation condominium instead of a small hotel room. Enjoy the comforts of home with living rooms with media fun galore; elegant dining areas; fully equipped kitchens, and private bedrooms with pleasures like private spas." 
"You’ll stay at a brand-new property that assures you the same impressive list of amenities Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort guests enjoy — including five water parks within walking distance."

From moment we pulled up to the resort, excitement was in the air. Yes, the kids were excited about the indoor water-parks, indoor mini-golf, laser tag, playground and arcades, but more than that, I was excited about ultimate relaxation!

The front desk was wonderful.  They were extremely friendly and accommodating.  They informed us that once we get to our condo, we won't be bothered again!  Not once do they come through to make beds or change towels.  I really like that.  The only time they "bother" you is when you ask them to!

Things that I liked from a mom's perspective:

  • Beautiful condo ~ tastefully decorated with high ceilings, leather sofa, and fireplace
  • Open concept ~ helps the family feel "together"
  • Private split floor plan ~ separates master for privacy
  • Open kitchen with bar and stools
  • Kitchen completely stocked with everything you will need except food
  • Master suite ~ king size bed, feather blanket and pillows, flat screen TV, large whirlpool bathtub, private bathroom, large 2 person shower with glass enclosure
  • Washer, dryer and dishwasher all inside the condo

This place was a dream and we were instantly comfortable.  From the moment we stepped into the condo, I felt pampered.  The whole place was great, but the thing I liked most was the master suite.  It was so big and open that when I needed privacy and time away I didn't feel like I was squished into a little room.

Our condo was just a short walk away down a few halls, to many fun activities.  Since it only took us a few minutes to get to indoor water-parks, laser tag, min-golf, candy stores, and so much more, we were able to easily go back and forth as we pleased.  That allowed me to rest and relax even though there was plenty for our family to do everyday!

Another thing that I really liked was that we never had to leave!  Everything that we could have needed (except groceries) was already there!  There was entertainment, stores, and restaurants right at our disposal within a few minutes walk.

If you are looking for a place to go for spring break or if you are just needing a family get-away, I highly recommend  Wyndham Vacation Resorts at Glacier Canyon in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

I will be telling more about our stay in future posts so stay tuned!

Here are some photos from our trip:

You'll find more photos and videos at this link:  Wyndham Vacation Resorts Review

This was not a paid review.  All opinions are definitely mine!  ;)


Deborah Ann said...

Wow, that looks fabulous!!! We went to the Dells over Christmas, and stayed at Chula Vista. We had a huge suite and loved the indoor water park.

Since I LOVE to travel, reading travel reviews is right up my alley. Thanks for sharing this!

Jan Mader said...

This does look awesome! You are such a wealth of knowledge!!!

The Teacher's Wife said...

Following you back!! :)

condo manila said...

Nice condo design. Great to live in there.

Deirdre G


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