Disney designers have changed their philosophy toward Deluxe Studio villas, expanding the sleeping capacity from 4 to 5 individuals. So far this change has impacted the newest DVC resort at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and the recently-renovated Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.
While the higher sleeping capacity is a plus for many guests, other compromises have been made. At the Grand Floridian, the pull-down twin bed replaces the large armoire typically used by Studio guests to store their clothing. At the Wilderness Lodge, the twin bed was accommodated by adding a somewhat awkward collapsable table to villas.
Topic: Do you like the increased sleeping capacity of some Deluxe Studio villas? Or, is it a poor trade-off for other compromises made in the villa design?
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Plastic sliders sporting the Disney Vacation Club name and logo are now shipping with MagicBands issued for resort stays booked with DVC points.
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In July 2012, DVCNews.com published a set of charts showing the distribution of Disney Vacation Club points across the eight Use Years for select DVC properties. Since then, millions of additional points have been assigned a Use Year, so it is time to update the Use Year Distribution charts.
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