The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will be the 16th Disney Vacation Club property and the second to be located at the Disneyland Resort. The new 344-room resort is the fourth tower at the Disneyland Hotel and is located near Downtown Disney. The resort features luxurious accommodations for families and guests at Disneyland Resort in California. The Villas feature spacious and well-appointed rooms with a variety of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. Guests can enjoy various themed pools, dining options, and recreational facilities within the hotel premises. Additionally, the prime location of the Villas provides easy access to Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, and Downtown Disney, making it an ideal choice for a magical vacation experience.
The Villas at Disneyland Hotel is expected to open on September 28th, 2023.
The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will feature 344 rooms, divided into five different categories, each designed to meet the needs and preferences of different types of travelers. These categories are:
- Duo Studios – 38 Rooms
- Deluxe Studios – 253 Rooms
- One-Bedroom Villas – 19 Rooms
- Two-Bedroom Villas – 20 Rooms
- Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – 2 Rooms
These rooms should look familiar, as they are similar to the Tower Studio accommodations introduced with Disney’s Riviera Resort. Duo Studios will sleep two guests and feature a queen pull-down Murphy-style bed. These rooms are themed to “The Jungle Book.” Garden View Rooms will also feature a patio or balcony.
Deluxe Studios make up the bulk of The Villas at Disneyland Hotel. These rooms can accommodate up to four guests and feature a queen-size bed, a queen pull-down Murphy bed, and a kitchenette, making them ideal for couples or small families. “Sleeping Beauty” or “The Princess and the Frog” theming highlight these rooms. Garden View Rooms will also feature a patio or balcony.
One-Bedroom Villas will be slightly larger and accommodate up to five guests. These rooms will have a king-size bed in the master bedroom, a queen-size pull-down Murphy bed in the living room, and a twin-size pull-down bed. The rooms also include a balcony and a full kitchen. Rooms are themed to “Fantasia” or “The Princess and the Frog.”
Two-Bedroom Villas will be perfect for larger families or groups of friends. These rooms will offer one king bed, two queen beds, one queen pull-down Murphy bed, and a twin-size pull-down bed. Rooms will be able to accommodate up to nine guests. The rooms also include a balcony and a full kitchen. Rooms are themed to “Fantasia” or “The Princess and the Frog.”
Three-Bedroom Grand Villas
The most unique room category at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will be the Three-Bedroom Grand Villas. Each Grand Villa has two floors and can accommodate up to 12 guests. The first floor is where you’ll find the kitchen, dining area, a double-sided fireplace that connects the living room to a large outdoor balcony, and a “Bambi”-themed primary suite. Up the spiral staircase to the second floor of the Grand Villa are two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms that are inspired by “Frozen” and “Moana.” These rooms will offer one king bed, four queen beds, and two twin-size pull-down beds. These Grand Villas will provide guests with a truly immersive and unforgettable experience.
Room View Types
In addition to the various room types, The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will also include unique “view” types for each room category. These include:
- Standard View – Featuring views of Gardens, Streets, or Parking Areas.
- Preferred View – Featuring views of the pool.
- Garden View – Separate from the main tower, these rooms provide easy access to the pool and feature private patios and balconies.
The most unique of these categories is the Garden View, also referred to as the “Garden Room” or “Garden Pod.” These rooms are separate from the main building and sit outside the pool area. Members that love balconies will want to jump on these rooms, as they will be the only Duo and Deluxe Studio rooms that feature a balcony or patio. Based on initial cash pricing, these rooms will likely also be the highest in terms of per night point cost.
The Disneyland Hotel boasts a convenient location in close proximity to a variety of dining choices within the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort vicinity and the Downtown Disney District. Restaurants located at the Disneyland Hotel include:
Bars and Lounges
As of 2023, the Annual Dues at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel are $9.06 per point.
Transient Occupancy Tax
Guests staying at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will also be charged a Transient Occupancy Tax of $2.73 per point upon checkout.
Resale owners who purchase a contract at one of the original 14 Disney Vacation Club properties can only use and exchange their points at these 14 resorts. This excludes Riviera and Disneyland Hotel. Resale owners who purchase a contract at Disney’s Riviera Resort can only use their points at this resort. Resale owners who purchase a contract at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel can only use their points at this resort.
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