The tax applied to Disney Vacation Club stays at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel will increase by a little over 3% in 2025.
The presence of a Transient Accommodations Tax for stays at the new DVC villas in California caught most people by surprise. In addition to the initial buy-in price and the recurring annual dues, members are subject to a tax imposed by the City of Anaheim during each stay.
The tax was initially estimated at $2.73 per point for stays in 2023, and later adjusted to $2.78 per point. For 2024 it will remain at the same $2.78 per point rate.
With the release of the 2025 points charts, DVC has also published a chart showing the tax amount for the year. The rate will rise $2.869 per point, an increase of about 3.2%. Charts for all 3 years are linked below;
A stay priced at 23 points per night would incur a tax of $63.94 in 2023 and 2024, increasing to $65.99 in 2025. The tax applies to all nights of the stay and is charged to guests upon arrival.
The other Disney Vacation Club development at Disneyland--The Villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel--is also subject to a Transient Accommodations Tax. However in the case of the Grand Californian, the tax is built into owners' annual dues. It is also charged at a much lower rate, seemingly grandfathered under different local tax laws.
Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas is also subject to a separate Hawai'i transient tax which must be paid at check-in. However rates are not available for any years beyond 2023.