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Category Archives: DVC
It was one year ago today that Aulani Spa & Resort in Hawaii opened its doors to paying guests for the first time. Word on the street is that while it hasn’t been banner year Disney was hoping for with … Continue reading
A column in Forbes asks an interesting question, is it worth the free Fastpasses to sit through a DVC Sales Presentation? They answer appears to be yes, but with caveats. The chief one being – you might actually want to … Continue reading
It’s become something of a running joke at Walt Disney World, the company files papers, clears land, and even begins work on the next Disney Vacation Club (DVC) hotel before they ‘officially’ announce it. By that time, anyone who wanted … Continue reading
Raise your hand if you saw this coming. The Location Based Entertainment project at the Walt Disney Company appears to be on the ropes. The Walt Disney Company just backed out of the National Harbor project near Washington D.C. that … Continue reading