Escape to Phoenix VI 502 in Beautiful Orange Beach

Are you looking for a great place to enjoy a warm winter at the beach? If so, Phoenix VI 502 is the perfect place to escape the cold! Enjoy beautiful beach views from the sixth floor balcony or relax in the cozy living room on cooler days. 

Phoenix VI Unit 502 Orange Beach

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This one bedroom, one bathroom property is beautifully decorated with a relaxed, modern, “beachy” feel. The master bedroom is equipped with a king size bed, reading lamps and a TV. The en-suite bathroom has a tub/shower combo. 

 

Beautiful Views of the Gulf

The kitchen has updated stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar and anything you might need to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner with ease. There is a six-top dining table that overlooks the balcony and the beach below. The living room has lots of comfortable seating, a TV and a sleeper sofa. You can view the Gulf from the kitchen and living room areas.

Other amenities in this property include a full washer/dryer and free Wifi. Phoenix VI also has an indoor pool, hot tubs, a workout facility and a racquetball court.  So, you can stay active even when it gets a little bit chilly. For the moderate winter days, you can also enjoy easy access to the beach, outdoor grills, tennis courts and basketball courts.

 

“Wonderful condo”

Liz, who stayed with us this fall, says

“Wonderful condo! This was our second stay at Phoenix VI and both trips were exceptional! This condo had everything we needed to feel at home for the week. We are already planning a trip back in the spring.”

 

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Orange Beach is a popular year-round destination! There are plenty of things to do in the area, even in the winter, including a festive holiday calendar with local parades and events. If this is the year you decide to become a “snowbird,” contact our office for our special rates!

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