Disney Vacation Club

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Disney Vacation Club (DVC) is a vacation timeshare division owned and operated by Disney Vacation Development, Inc., a subsidiary of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, a unit of The Walt Disney Company. It allows buying real estate interest in a DVC resort. Disney Vacation Club's Senior Vice President is Ken Potrock.

To be a DVC member, one must purchase a one-time real estate interest in one of the Disney Vacation Club Resorts, and thereafter pay annual dues. All ownerships are sold as either a ground lease or a term-for-years.

Resort Locations[edit]

Disneyland Resort (Anaheim, CA)[edit]

Main article: Disneyland Resort

Walt Disney World Resort (Lake Buena Vista, FL)[edit]

Non-Park Locations[edit]

Cancelled projects[edit]

In early 2011, it was reported that Disney had purchased land near National Harbor, MD (20 minutes from Washington, DC) and thus could possibly build a resort similar to the three currently located outside of a Disney Theme Park property. However, in late November 2011, Disney announced that it had canceled plans to build a 500-room resort hotel at National Harbor.[1]

In Development[edit]

Disney Vacation Club announced on September 17, 2013 that its planned next location will be Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows. The addition (and conversion) to the Polynesian Village resort officially opened on April 1, 2015 however not all buildings and amenities were completed at that time. [2]


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