Most of the DVC resorts have studio villas, 1-bedroom villas, 2-bedroom villas, and 3-bedroom villas. Over the last couple of years, DVC has added some unique accommodations to the line-up. Opening in 2009, Saratoga Springs Resorts opened 60 3-bedroom treehouse villas that sleep 9. The Treehouse Villas sits 10 feet off the ground with their own decks and is located in their own section of Saratoga Springs Resort. The points per night range from 39 to 76. The 20 over the water Bora Bora Bungalows at Polynesian Resort opened in 2015. The Bungalows sleep 8, have 2 bedrooms, and a private deck with a plunge pool. All of them have views of Magic Kingdom. The points per night range from 115 to 227. In 2017, Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Wilderness Lodge opened which included 26 Cascade Cabins along the shore of Bay Lake. These 2-bedroom Cabins sleep 8 with a screened-in porch and hot tub. The points per night range from 87 to 195.
Finally, later this year Disney’s Riviera Resort is opening. This resort will include 9 Tower Studios that sleep 2 and have a mini-kitchenette. The most unique thing about this room is that it will not have a traditional bed; instead it will have a queen sized murphy bed. The points per night range from 11 to 26. All of these accommodations have been met with mixed reviews. While it’s nice to see DVC expanding the room types, the availability and point price per night have become issues for some DVC members.
A common discussion between DVC members is what new DVC resorts you would like to see. I personally would like to see a new DVC room type. I would call my creation a Studio Plus with the point values higher than a studio but lower than a 1-bedroom. My creation is based on a studio at
What type of accommodation do you wish DVC would add?