The Best Disney Vacation Club Resorts and How You Can Visit Them

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By Luciana Oliveira

Hosting thousands of families every year, Disney Vacation Club provides fabulous vacations filled with unforgettable memories.

It’s hard to top a vacation club like DVC, which offers access to Disney theme parks and world-class amenities at every single resort.

Keep reading the learn about the best Disney Vacation Club resorts and how you can visit them. 

Disney Vacation Club Resorts

There are currently 15 magical Disney Vacation Club destinations across the United States, 11 of which are in the Orlando area.

They each bring something different to the table but ensure a fabulous vacation filled with the magic synonymous with the Disney brand.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas

If you are looking for a unique experience like no other, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas at Walt Disney World Resort is the perfect place for you.

Guests catch incredible views of exotic animals from the balcony of their villas.

The dining options on-site serve authentic African cuisine to match the Savanna vibe of the resort.

Jambo House is the main building at the resort containing the most amenities, but guests staying in Kidani Village have complete access to those amenities via shuttle or the walkway.

These incredible amenities include the Utizma pool, the 24-hour Pumbaa’s Fun and Games Arcade as well as a deluxe spa.

The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian

Walking distance from Disneyland parks, the Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian offers maximum convenience.

This Mountain Lodge-style resort is one of the most dreamy places and provides incredible vacations.

In addition to room service, there are four dining options ranging from quick service to fine dining.

Swim in one of the three on-site pools or take advantage of private poolside-cabanas.

Guests will enjoy the other amenities including a fitness center, babysitting services, pet care for their furry friends, as well as transportation to and from the resort to the parks.

Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

For those wanting to experience a tropical paradise in Orlando, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows allows just that by transporting its guests to the South Pacific.

Views of glistening waters paired with sounds of palm trees blowing in the wind make this resort unlike any others in Orlando.

There are four Polynesian dining options available with the most notable being Disney Ohana, a Lilo and Stitch-themed eatery.

Among the amenities, there are themed pools, movie nights, and motorized boat rentals available.

In addition, for those who love fishing, you are in luck because you can bass fish at the resort.

Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa

Feel the Disney magic on the island of O’ahu when you stay at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa.

Surrounded by the white sand beaches of Kapolei and crystal clear waters, this resort is a dream come true.

Once you have settled into your tropical villas, explore the resort amenities.

A lazy river, an infinity pool, multiple whirlpool spas, water slides, and a private lagoon all are on-site to help guests enjoy the Hawaiian sunshine.

Or, relax at the peaceful spa with a massage or facial. Dining options at Aulani include Off the Hook, ‘AMA‘AMA, as well as KA WA‘A – A Lū‘au at Aulani.

Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort

Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort is in South Carolina, so it’s a perfect getaway from the bustle of Disney’s parks.

It’s a great place to stay if you want a chill vacation but still want the benefits of a Disney resort.

This resort is designed to resemble the 1940s and houses all of its fun activities under a red roof.

Eat at Tide Me Over if you want light snacks. Or, if you are craving a meal, Signals Seaside Grill is open for lunch.

Swimming and soaking up the sun are just a few things you can do on the sandy beaches and heated pools.

Come together for laugh-filled storytelling and sing-alongs around the campfire in the evening.

How You Can Visit Disney Vacation Club Resorts

After learning about the best Disney Vacation Clubs you might be thinking, how can I visit a DVC resort?

There are a few options you can choose from to make your vacation dreams come true.

Use Interval International Exchange

Are you already a timeshare owner but you want to visit a DVC resort?

Check with your developer to see if your timeshare is affiliated with Interval International!

If you own a timeshare that affiliates with Interval International, you can become a member and the opportunities are endless. 

The vacation exchange network Interval International is among the most popular worldwide because they are affiliated with some of the best vacation clubs.

II is owned by Marriott Vacation Club and affiliates with Disney Vacation Club, Diamond Resorts, Hyatt Resident Club as well as Westgate Resorts.

Vacation exchange lets you trade your timeshare points for vacations anywhere in the world.

This freedom allows owners of II-affiliated resorts to exchange to stay at Disney Vacation Club and vice versa.

Buy Disney Vacation Club Resales Today

The most obvious way to visit Disney Vacation Club is to buy a DVC points timeshare contract.

You can save thousands of dollars on DVC memberships by purchasing on the resale market.

Interested in buying a Disney Vacation Club resale or learning more about Disney Vacation Club ownership’s long-term value?

Fidelity Real Estate resale specialists are ready to assist you. Browse their online listings today to find the perfect DVC contract for you.

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Luciana joined our team as a mum blogger in 2020. A dedicated mum to a lively daughter and a dog, Luna, Luciana brings authenticity and passion to every post. Her expertise in parenting and lifestyle topics offers practical, relatable advice for real-life situations.

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