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DVCNews Debates: Favorite Area of Old Key West

DVCNews DebatesDisney's Old Key West Resort, the original Disney Vacation Club destination, is still one of the most sprawling of the timeshare properties.  With 4 separate pools, numerous bus stops and a distinct feel to its different areas, many long-time guests have developed a preference for one area or another.  Some prefer to be close to the action at the Hospitality House...others appreciate the water views of South Point...the pool complex at Turtle Pond can also be a draw.      


 Topic:  What is your favorite area of Old Key West?

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DVCNews Debates: Skyliner Good or Bad?

DVCNews DebatesIn 2019, the Skyliner transportation system will link Epcot’s International Gateway to 4 Disney resorts including Art of Animation, Caribbean Beach, Pop Century and the forthcoming Disney Vacation Club Riviera Resort, along with Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  While easier ways of moving around Disney property are typically embraced, some fear that increased traffic will ultimately hurt the Epcot resorts area.      


 Topic:  Is the Skyliner addition good or bad for the Epcot resorts?

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DVCNews Debates: New DVC Location

DVCNews DebatesAs always, there are many rumors regarding the next Disney Vacation Club resort beyond Riviera which is currently under construction.  Among those potential locations are a resort at Ft. Wilderness, near the front gate to Epcot, in the current location of the Contemporary Convention Center, and in the new Disneyland resort set to break ground this summer.   


 Topic:  Which rumored DVC location is of most interest to you?

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DVCNews Debates: Riviera Resort Price

DVCNews DebatesLast summer, Disney Vacation Club announced plans to build Disney's Riviera Resort.  Located adjacent to Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, the new timeshare destination would provide Skyliner transportation to two parks, a rooftop restaurant and more.  Recent price increases have pushed rates for Copper Creek Villas & Cabins and Aulani to $182 per point.  With Riviera still nearly 2 years away, we are left to wonder how much further prices may rise.


 Topic:  What do you think the price will be when DVC begins selling points at Riviera Resort?

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