Of course, my last post before I go to sleep is about Disney’s secrecy re: the nearely completed Bay Lake Towers. Then when I wake up the Orlando Sentinel is proclaiming that Disney is finally ready to announce both Bay Lake Towers and the Treehouse DVC Villas. Just my luck.
“What we’re trying to do, particularly with the resorts that we build on site [at Walt Disney World], is really provide something that’s unique, something that you can’t get any other place in Central Florida — and, really, in the world,” said Jim Lewis, president of Disney Vacation Club. “With these two resorts, we believe we’ve done that.”
Of course, Disney will also command a premium for the two locations that are sure to be in high demand once made available.