Disney Vacation Club timeshare activities continue to expand, and the Disney timeshare brand is gradually maturing

Disney Vacation Club (DVC) is experiencing 500 unit growth. The 16-year-old timeshare company under the Walt Disney Company is becoming more mature and mature.

The expansion includes plans to add 50 two-bedroom suites in Anaheim, California, as part of the 2009 expansion of 250 rooms at the Disney Grand California Hotel and Spa.

The expansion will also be the first to build shared suites at the Disney Vacation Club in Orlando in existing Disney resorts outside of Florida. The club currently has eight resorts: Walt Disneyland has six; one is in Hilton Head, South Carolina; and another is in Vero Beach.

Reliable sources claim that the number of Disney Vacation Club members has doubled in the past four years, reaching 350,000 members from more than 100 countries and 50 states.

At the same time, in early 2008, Disney will end the first phase of its 109 units at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Hotel, and another 340 suites in the second phase will open in the spring of 2009.

The new Animal Kingdom resort suites range in size from 366 square feet to 2,200 square feet. The largest unit, the large villa, is themed with African artifacts and includes three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen, and even a game room with a pool table.

The Animal Kingdom Suite is located in a truly unique game park environment. The balcony overlooks the savanna hotel, and dozens of African animals roam in their natural habitat.

When all current construction is completed, the Disney Resort Club will have nearly 2,900 suites.

More vacation club suites will be launched soon, but officials have yet to confirm when and where.

The next attraction on the list may be the New North Wing of the Contemporary Disney World Resort. If the persistent rumors prove to be correct, it will be the first shared holiday destination on the monorail linking Aibo and the Magic Kingdom. Despite the rumors, Disney Vacation Club officials will not confirm the news.

In August 2007, Disney opened a timeshare club sales center in the Woodfield Mall, a retail center in suburban Chicago. The new shopping mall sales center is called Disney’s Gate of Dreams and includes a two-bedroom model of the Animal Kingdom suite in Orlando Disney World.

Disney Vacation Club will also have a more mature and mature appearance [] brand.

It is hoped that major changes will occur in DVC graphics and artwork in 2008. According to reports, the brand will shift from its traditional Disney character-based pixie dust approach to a more mature brand theme, emphasizing the global travel opportunities that club members can enjoy.

The shift and repositioning of the brand graphics is because, strangely, Mickey Mouse is not always considered the best method in terms of time-sharing sales. According to reports, Tony Diehl, sales manager of timeshare clubs, said that buyers cannot always establish a connection between animated icons and actual real estate sales and transactions. DVC vice president Lisa Becket (Lisa Becket) said that the club logo is composed of Florida palm trees, waves, mountain peaks and Mickey’s head portrait, and does not describe the entire content.

The story of the entire Disney Vacation Club timeshare is obviously more extensive and magnificent than the great Mickey Mouse can convey.