When you hear Disney Beach and Vacation Club Resorts you probably think of the hotels in the theme parks or the theme parks in general such as Walt Disney World Resort etc.
Most of the Disney Vacation Club Resorts are located at the theme parks but Disney has been testing its wings for years as it has opened various hotels with Disney Vacation Club options.
There are three such resorts: Aulani, A Disney Resort and Spa, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort, and Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort. Each one is unique. Pages describing the remaining resorts will be coming soon. You can help bring these pages faster by submitting photos of these resorts including any character appearances by hitting the contribute button down below.
The Vacation Club business is important to Disney for several reasons. The purchase prices paid by timeshare buyers help reduce Disney’s capital requirements, yet Disney does not actually sell property as its timeshare sales are all on either ground lease or for fixed terms.
Beyond the financials, the fact that consumers own time shares tends to draw them back to the park more frequently. The existence of the time share units, which are often larger than a typical hotel room, also provides customers with distinct options, such as a two bedroom villas, which otherwise would not be available.