Disney has multiple luxury DVC resorts in Florida - Orlando and Vero Beach, South Carolina - Hilton Head, California - Anaheim and Hawaii - Oahu. Read brief descriptions about what you can expect at each property, such as style/motif, location and amenities. For more detailed information, click the DVC Resort link in each property description to see floor plans, images and more details about amenities.
Walt Disney World Resort, Florida
This Animal Kingdom resort invites you to immerse yourself in the culture of Africa and has access to five beautiful savannahs. This resort boasts several room types, including one that has a view overlooking a savannah with free-roaming animals. DVC rooms are in the main lodge, Jambo House, and Kidani Village, which is an exclusive DVC lodge with a family-friendly spray pool. This resort also has a massage and facial center.
Ko Olina, O’ahu, Hawai’i
This relaxing Hawaiian beach resort is located in the middle of paradise on the island of Oahu. With breathtaking views right on the Pacific Ocean, you can enjoy their world-class spa services or engage in aquatic activities or excursions on the island.
This Magic Kingdom resort has a very modern feel with views of Bay Lake and the Magic Kingdom. More like condo living, you have tremendous views from high up in the tower. You can walk across a covered bridge to the Contemporary resort to catch the Monorail at the indoor station.
This Epcot resort transports you to a turn-of-the-century seaside resort. The pool has a sandy bottom and a lazy river to enjoy the Florida heat. You can walk to the Disney Skyliner from this resort as well as have close access to Hollywood Studios.
This Epcot resort makes you feel like you’re on Coney Island in the 20th century. Located on Disney’s Boardwalk, there are many fun entertainment options for all ages.
Boulder Ridge is one of two DVC resorts located at the Wilderness Lodge. This resort has its own building with a quiet pool area.
Copper Creek is one of two DVC resorts located at the Wilderness Lodge. This resort is located in the main Wilderness Lodge building.
Disneyland Resort, California
The only Disneyland DVC resort, it has a similar feel to the Grand Floridian at Walt Disney World in that it is formal, just California-style. It has direct access to Downtown Disney and is walking distance to Disneyland and California Adventure in Anaheim.
This Magic Kingdom resort has a Victorian Era feel with a main lobby that feels like you walked into a grand ballroom. With a walkway to the Magic Kingdom and a convenient stop on the monorail, getting to the parks is easy. If you’re looking for formal decor and decadence, this is the place. This resort also has a full-service spa.
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
This scenic South Carolina getaway is located in the heart of Hilton Head Island. With its Southern charm and Atlantic Ocean access, you have lots of chances to relax by the two pools or enjoy a round or two of lf at nearby courses.
This resort is the original DVC resort with the relaxed feel of the Florida Keys. The rooms in this resort are a touch larger than all the other resorts. You can take a short boat ride from this resort to Disney Springs.
This Magic Kingdom resort has the feel of being in the South Seas. With over-the-water bungalows, you have a great view of Magic Kingdom fireworks from the beach. Conveniently on the monorail, getting to any park is just steps away from the resort.
This resort has easy access to both Epcot and Hollywood Studios. With a European motif, enjoy the pool or dinner at their amazing rooftop restaurant. This resort is connected directly to Disney’s Skyliner.
This resort brings you to a New York Retreat famous for horse racing. A 65-acre property gives you tons of access to on-the-grounds activities. This resort has a spa and a walkway and boats to Disney Springs.
Vero Beach, Florida
This beach resort on the east Treasure Coast of Florida has an elegant feel with seaside views. Watch the turtles nestle in the sands or spy the surfers coming in with the tide. This resort is just under two hours from Walt Disney World.