Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches

Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort will close as Hurricane Irma makes its way up the east coast.  

Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort

Disney has confirmed that its Hilton Head resort will close on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 10:00am.  Resort and Disney Vacation Club staff members are working with current and incoming guests to make alternate arrangements.  

Those with upcoming reservations who have not been contacted are advised to reach out to DVC Member Services.  A re-opening date will not be established until after the storm has passed and damage assessment is complete.  

In 2016, Hurricane Matthew prompted a 4-week closure of the resort in order to recover from storm damage.  

Reader Comments
Re: Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches -- denlo
2017 Sep 08 12:17:31 PM
It sounds like DVC is being extra careful with this storm for HHI. After Hurricane Matthew last year they learned their lesson.
Re: Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches -- CarolMN
2017 Sep 09 08:38:41 AM
Hope Irma leaves HH intact. They've barely recovered from Matthew and who knows what Jose is going to do.
Re: Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches -- simbasmom
2017 Sep 10 05:02:10 PM
From what I've seen recently, it looks like maybe Hurricane Irma won't affect DHHIR too much. But Hurricanes do change their path, so lets hope that Irma continues to stay away from Hilton Head.
Re: Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches -- denlo
2017 Sep 10 08:25:33 PM
Hopefully HHI is safe from Irma. But then Ohio might need to worry about Irma. Now HHI will need to worry about Jose because it has changed it's original path. I am hoping Jose will just burn itself out going around in circles near the Bahamas. Of course cruises to the Bahamas might be affected.
Re: Hilton Head Confirmed Closing as Irma Approaches -- denlo
2017 Sep 11 08:48:03 AM
I spoke too soon regarding HHI and Tropical Storm Irma.

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They are predicating possible tornadoes for South Carolina. But I will keep up the hope that Irma will return to it's predicated course and keep moving along on it's course without doing much damage.

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