A decade ago, Disney Vacation Club refused to acknowledge Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, despite the fact that it was widely known to be the next timeshare destination. At the time, DVC feared that buyers would hold off purchasing current resorts, opting to wait for points at Bay Lake Tower. More recently, DVC has at least acknowledged new destinations while withholding important details like price and point structure until much closer to opening. This policy continues with Disney’s Rivera Resort, a property announced more than 2 years before its opening.
Do early details regarding Disney’s Riviera Resort make you want to hold off buying DVC points elsewhere?