Waterwheelrentals.com is owned and operated by Amz Getaways (amzgetaways.com); a Leading vacation rental company in Texas. Waterwheel Condominiums in New Braunfels offers reserved parking, two community pools, four hot tubs, a private riverfront park, elevators in each building, and private security on weekends. Waterwheel Condominiums are located only a few blocks from the world famous Schlitterbahn Waterpark. Most units are fully furnished, include cable, high-speed internet, and luxurious furnishings.
This complex is ideal for family getaways, corporate lodging, and Winter Texans. Visitors love the proximity to the river, eateries, attractions, as well as the ease of access to units, safe and secure settings, as well as the full service offered by outfitters. Waterwheelrentals.com is a site potential visitors a place to connect. Waterwheel Condominiums is an ideal getaway alternative to hotels, providing more space and amenities for your money than a hotel room. When you choose to vacation in New Braunfels and Canyon Lake, Texas, you get more than a room and cold breakfast – you get an experience and a chance to create memories to last a lifetime!
During the winter season, Winter Texans and Snow Birds come to New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, and surrounding areas. Most Winter Texan visitors are attracted by good weather, recreational activities, restaurants, and lodging. Winter months also are popular with Corporate Housing Guests and Realtors seeking relocation services for their clients. Winter visitors can enjoy excellent lodging at a discount in luxurious fully furnished homes with low rate including utilities.
EACH CONDO IN WATERWHEEL CONDOMINIUMS ARE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED AND MANAGED. Waterwheel Rentals.com is not the property association management company, and all inquiries for the property association managers should be directed to PATTON ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT. If you rented a condominium at Waterwheel Condominiums in New Braunfels, please check your receipt and e-mails to see which company, or owner you rented the unit from.