Disney Vacation Club Member Lounge Opening in EPCOT


If you’ve bought into the Disney Vacation Club over the years, your home away from home is about to add an extra lounge. The Member Lounge at EPCOT will soon open on the second floor of the Imagination pavilion.

Members will find the entrance in the pavilion’s merchandise shop (indicated by a small sign) with access via stairs or elevator. In the lounge there are plenty of seats, complimentary beverages (via Coca-Cola Freestyle machine), device-charging stations, Wi-Fi, and even tablets and computer stations.

Member Services Advisors will also be available on weekdays to assist with dining reservations, future resort stays, and more. Plus you can pick up some Member merchandise.

As a non-DVC member, it’s a little sad to see the prime space in the Imagination pavilion closed from general use. Considering they weren’t really using it at all, I am happy that someone will get to enjoy the space.

With some amazing views, the Member Lounge looks like a perfect place to spend a few moments away from the crowds. It officially opens June 6th. DVC owners, will you be visiting the Member Lounge on your next trip home?

(Photos courtesy Sarah Maw)

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4 thoughts on “Disney Vacation Club Member Lounge Opening in EPCOT

  1. Disney Mike

    We will absolutely be spending time there! This is a phenomenal perk of DVC membership. We love the Disney Visa cardholder lounge during the Food & Wine Festival, but this is a far better space than the VIP lounge in the American Adventure. While it’s great to have a nice spot to sit and relax in the middle of the park, it’s the location that will make this the most unique of any of the “lounges” they’ve created over the years.

  2. J Price

    I have nothing against exclusive membership clubs, really. There’s gotta be reasons to join, right?

    What I do object to is utilizing space that should be restored to the original usage — the Imagination pavilion was my favorite as a kid. Now it’s pathetic.

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