With thirteen Disney Vacation Club resort timeshares in all, you can enjoy DVC resorts at both Disney’s Florida and California theme parks as well as at three Disney timeshare properties at popular beachside vacation destinations in Florida, South Carolina, and Hawaii. Click below to learn more about any of the Disney Vacation Club locations, or check out our listings for DVC resales and rental opportunities.
Each Disney Vacation Club resort is created to offer members a unique vacation experience. Many resorts incorporate different themes into their design and furnishings, making each DVC vacation you take a special one. You could spend one year vacationing in a perfect Caribbean island-style getaway at Disney’s Old Key West, and spend the next exploring an African safari at the Animal Kingdom Villas. With more than a dozen different experiences and themes to choose from, owning a timeshare at one of these DVC resorts will never provide a dull vacation! Learn more about the different Disney resorts below.
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Eight of the Disney Vacation Club resorts are within close proximity to the famous Disney theme parks, shops, dining, and live entertainment, while each offering a unique style and personality. Though some properties are closer to certain theme parks than others, you will always have free transportation—whether you travel by monorail, bus, tram, or ferry—to every Walt Disney World Resort location, courtesy of your DVC resort.
This resort might well be the best DVC property to catch the nightly fireworks. With soaring ceilings and a clean, modernistic design, the Villas at Bay Lake Tower offer spacious rooms with contemporary finishes. Located adjacent to Magic Kingdom, it is easy for vacationers staying at the resort to hop on the monorail or walk the Skyway Bridge to enter the park—this makes the Bay Lake Tower Villas a perfect resort for families.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas, the African styling is more than architecture and décor—it’s incorporated into this Disney Vacation Club resort so thoroughly that it even includes the savannas of Africa—along with their natural inhabitants—all just outside your window, perfect for viewing from your timeshare unit’s balcony. This resort offers easy access to Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park as well as other nearby parks.
These luxury villas let you enjoy a beach-style vacation within the walls of the Walt Disney World Resort. Designed to reflect the grand style of an early 1900’s Mid-Atlantic coastal home, Disney’s Beach Club Villas is close to all the Disney fun. You can easily stroll on over to Epcot or use park transportation to explore other areas of the resort.
With all the carnival-style excitement of a boardwalk and created with the special Disney touch, Disney’s BoardWalk Villas offer arcades, music, and entertainment with plenty of old-fashioned charm and modern convenience. The BoardWalk Villas are a great place to stay if your family craves more game time and lively fun between park hopping.
Just minutes away from bustling Downtown Disney, the Old Key West Resort will make you swear you are tucked away in the serenity of a tropical retreat, deep in the Florida Keys. Whether your Disney timeshare unit offers views of the water, woodlands, golf courses, or all three, your Old Key West Resort villa is ideal for taking some much needed relaxation time between theme park adventures.
Escape to the surroundings of a Pacific paradise right in Central Florida! The newest DVC resort incorporates a relaxed island lifestyle with all the makings of a five-star luxury vacation resort to make your family vacations memorable! With unique furnishings in lavish villas and overwater bungalows fit for royalty, you’ll have everything you need to get the full Disney experience!
Modeled after the resort lodges of America’s great Northwest, this DVC resort offers comfortable and rustic accommodations in the Walt Disney World resort. Whether you are checking out the Fire Rock Geyser (reminiscent of Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful), the resort’s 83-foot tall fireplace, or admiring the property’s soaring 7-story lobby, you will feel as if you have been magically transported far from the Florida theme park activities that surround you.
In the 1800s, New York’s Saratoga Springs was a prime vacation destination that offered travelers the excitement of horse racing. Today, it is transformed into a Disney Vacation Club destination for recapturing the charm and elegance of yesterday. While not located at Disney World, this East Coast resort is also home to Disney’s Treehouse Villas, where you can choose to vacation in tree house-style accommodations, nestled in a wooded glade.
Located in Anaheim, California, this West Coast DVC resort puts you at the heart of where Disney magic began. You’ll be so close to the theme park you can even use a special entrance from the Grand Californian Hotel lobby that is just for ticket holders and takes you straight to the Disney California Adventure Park. At the Grand Californian Villas, you are near all the grown-up fun of Downtown Disney and excellent places to dine. And at the end of each busy day, you can relax in the Villas’ graceful, turn of the century, National Park lodge-style décor.
This DVC resort in Vero Beach, Florida makes it easy to plan the best of both worlds into one Atlantic Coast Florida vacation. You can enjoy a true Florida beachside holiday, with surfing, shelling, and all the sandcastles you can build, while also being just a two hour drive from the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. You will discover that with the many kid-friendly activities at this Disney timeshare resort and the natural beauty of Florida’s coastline, you have all the vacation fun you could ever need.
South Carolina’s sole DVC resort is a classic retreat in a timeless vacation destination. This is where you plan a vacation when you want to play golf, kick back by the pool, or stroll the island’s 12 miles of beautiful white sand beaches. Go find your flip-flops, because whether you fly or drive, you’ll find that a vacation in the state of South Carolina means a state of relaxation.
Disney built their first Hawaiian resort in Ko Olina, Hawaii, a popular and picturesque destination on the island of Oahu. In creating Aulani, DVC exceeded its goal of offering a resort that provides Disney’s distinctive fun and magic, while honoring the rich cultural heritage of Hawaii.
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