These ‘Frozen’-inspired vacation rentals are perfect for trips with kids

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Ready to “let it go” and book a vacation?

With the box office success of “Frozen 2” inspiring some Disney wanderlust, we scouted out some of the best vacation rentals that are fit for a queen … specifically Elsa! Not only are these vacation homes close by the Disney parks in both California and Florida, but they are also elaborately decorated to mimic the frosty wonderland shown in “Frozen.” Many of them have several rooms, so, to make the nightly rate more affordable, gather up friends and family. Then, pack your bags for the ultimate Disney trip.

Here, find six “Frozen” fantasylands that you can rent in real life on Vrbo.

Olaf’s Funhouse In Kissimmee, Florida

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This sprawling, 4,000-square-foot villa is like a private resort. Some of the star amenities include a “Frozen”-inspired movie theater with seating for 10 and a pool, hot tub, and themed splash pad where Olaf is keeping cool. One of the seven bedrooms is immaculately designed to look like an icy blue castle and another has sleigh beds and a scenic winter landscape painted on the walls.

Rates average $450 a night. Book the house here.

Disneyland Pool Home In Anaheim, California

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Grown-ups will love the California-cool aesthetic of this vacation home with wood floors and breezy blues throughout. The kids are in for a fun surprise, too. A superhero-themed room with built-in bunk beds has a ball pit in it. The “Frozen”-inspired room is fantastic, too, with sleigh beds, a “trading post” hideout, and translucent beads dripping from the ceiling that look like icicles. Up to 26 people can stay here at once.

Rates average $1,695 a night. Book the house here.

Luxury Frozen And Harry Potter Villa In Reunion, Florida

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Just 6 miles away from Disney, this 9-bedroom villa will wow both “Frozen” and “Harry Potter” fans with its themed bedrooms. Canopy beds, a chandelier, and Olaf pillows add magical touches to the Frozen-inspired bedroom. After a long day at Disney, enjoy the rental’s private pool, which has a waterfall and grotto.

Rates average $956 a night. Book the house here.

 

Frozen And Star Wars Villa In Champion’s Gate, Florida

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A giant “Frozen” mural lends a castle vibe to one of the bedrooms in this 5-bedroom home. Ruffled turquoise bedding, a chandelier and tufted headboards round out the royal look. Another room with bunk beds channels a galaxy far, far away. The rental also features an impressive game room with a pool table and foosball table. Guests have access to the community’s clubhouse, waterpark, movie theater, golf course and more.

Rates average $398 a night. Book the house here.

 

‘Magic Clubhouse’ Close To Disney In Kissimmee, Florida

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Not only does this home have a “Frozen” room, but the room also comes with 15 princess dresses for the ultimate dress-up party. The whole 7-bedroom home is worth exploring, with a ’50s-style Mickey and Minnie diner, an Avengers-themed room, and a Seven Dwarfs-themed playhouse cottage. Other themed bedrooms include an “Aladdin” master suite and a “Harry Potter” room.

Rates average $389 a night. Book the house here.

Who’s ready for a “Frozen”-themed getaway?

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Brittany Anas
Hi, I'm Brittany Anas (pronounced like the spice, anise ... see, that wasn't too embarrassing to say, now was it?) My professional writing career started when I was in elementary school and my grandma paid me $1 for each story I wrote for her. I'm a former newspaper reporter, with more than a decade of experience Hula-hooping at planning meetings and covering just about every beat from higher-education to crime to science for the Boulder Daily Camera and The Denver Post. Now, I'm a freelance writer, specializing in travel, health, food and adventure.

I've contributed to publications including Men's Journal, Forbes, Women's Health, American Way, TripSavvy, Eat This, Not That!, Apartment Therapy, Denver Life Magazine, 5280, Livability, The Denver Post, Simplemost, USA Today Travel Tips, Make it Better, AAA publications, Reader's Digest, Discover Life and more.

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