Walt Disney World offers some of the best accommodations for any budget, or fan. For the frequently returning guests, there is always the option of buying into the Disney Vacation Club. Even if you are not a member, you can still buy points to enjoy the larger accommodations of DVC (Disney Vacation Club) Villas. There are so many DVC resorts out there. Though most of them are extensions of deluxe resorts your choicest DVC resorts may differ from top picks under different qualifications. These resorts are our top 5 picks for best Disney Vacation Club Resort.
As with any resort, in Disney World, one of the key criteria is determining location based on resort area.
You most likely have a favorite park, so you will want to choose a resort near that park.
In Magic Kingdom, the best Disney Vacation Club resort is Bay Lake Tower.
Although, if you are planning on park hopping the Polynesian Village may be a better choice due to the added convenience of the monorail.
There are three fantastic options for resorts in the Epcot Area and of those two are DVC.
However, the advantage for DVC members goes to Boardwalk Inn, which has slightly better accommodations.
Beach Club has a minor edge where it comes to park hopping, as the villas are within five minutes of Epcot’s side entrance and a shorter boat ride to Hollywood Studios.
The Best Disney Vacation Club resort between the two is simply a matter of personal preference as Beach Club does provide a stunning view of the Boardwalk.
Animal Kingdom has only one Deluxe Hotel but it is truly an impressive one.
The resort boasts two DVC extensions the Kidani Village and Jambo House.
The Best Disney Vacation Club option here is a matter of personal taste.
Jambo House is a part of the main Lodge and offers the main pool, most of the dining options and the general grandness of the main lobby.
Kidani Village is more private, offers Sanaa as a dining option and views of the Savannah.
Disney Springs area is home to Old Key West, the very first DVC resort.
However the best DVC pick in this area today is Saratoga Springs.
The main reason for this is that it is just positioned better. Unless you don’t mind being away from the action Saratoga Springs offers convenient boat transportation, or a pedestrian bridge over to Disney Springs.
Saratoga and Old Key West are both pretty out of the way for any of the parks though.
Hollywood Studios is a late comer to resorts.
It has always shared with Epcot, being that it is so close and walking distance from the Epcot Deluxe resorts.
But now the Star Wars hotel is on the horizon and the Riviera hotel is almost complete. The concept art for this new DVC resort is gorgeous and we can’t wait to see what it’s going to be like.
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