As we now know, thanks to startling statistical data from the American Resort Development Association, work-happy Americans are notoriously squeamish about using their hard-earned vacation days. Whether the reluctance owes to a skewed sense of duty, a fear of being fired or just plain guilt thanks to office-instigated vacation shaming (yes, there is such a phenomenon), many Americans would rather work than travel.
That deserves its very own sad face emoji, if you ask us.
This peculiar behavior, as well as the impending arrival of another new year, got us at the Villas at Regal Palms in theme park capital Orlando to thinking about travel resolutions. And why not? People are always resolving to do things that are a lot less fun than going vacation; why not resolve to do something almost everyone agrees is one of life’s great pleasures?
If you’ve been sacrificing your rightful time off to spend more time doing whatever it is you do to pay the bills, we urge you to book a stay with us at the Villas at Regal Palms and plan an invigorating visit to Orlando. Going on vacation has been medically proven to brighten your mood, improve your health and restore your vitality – for more work when you return from your trip.
Make 2020 the year you rearrange your work-to-life ratio and make good on your resolution to use your valuable vacation time. The Villas at Regal Palms in exciting Orlando is calling your name!
The Villas at Regal Palms are exclusive three- and four-bedroom townhomes in Davenport, Fla., near Orlando. They are noted for their spaciousness, amenities and tastefully-appointed décor. The 1,679-square foot Monarch and 1,376-square foot Colonnade both have full kitchens, granite countertops, wood flooring and stainless steel appliances in addition to full-size washer-dryers, flat screen TVs and outdoor terraces. The Villas can easily accommodate large travel parties and provide all the comforts of home.
Best of all, the Villas at Regal Palms is just a short drive from all of Orlando’s major theme park attractions that attract millions of people every year.