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  • [Question] Vacation Club Villas

    I tried to see about booking one on the Disneyland website - but it is not listed as an option. I thought this was odd since one can book a DVC property in Florida without being a member.

    Does anyone know if the California ones are only for vacation club members to rent or if they will be available to outsiders as well?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Vacation Club Villas

    According to DVC Member Services you may make reservations for a particular time if there is availability. Only 2% of the resort is reserved for "non-DVC" members. Hope this helps...and you will be able to enjoy the Villas soon.

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      Re: Vacation Club Villas

      There is only 50 room that are DVC.

      So 2% of 50 room is 1

      I think the 2% rules is when resort have 200 rooms or more.

      Grand Cailf. may sell Dvc room as suites.

      Grand Cailf resort gain 200 room to book in the new buliting.
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