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    The OC Register has revealed details and concept art for the proposed DVC tower.
    The new Disney Vacation Club time-share tower expected to open in 2023 will boast a Mickey-shaped spa, outdoor pool bar and multi-level grand villas with expansive balconies overlooking the Disneyland Hotel property.

    A final site plan and conditional use permit application for a proposed Disney Vacation Club project next to the Disneyland Hotel was filed with the city of Anaheim, Disney officials said.

    Disney has set a 2023 proposed opening date for the 12-story Disney Vacation Club tower. The proposal for the new property is still in the early planning stages and details could change. The proposed 280,000-square-foot DVC time-share tower would be built on approximately 2 acres next to the Disneyland Hotel. The project would include 307 on-site parking spaces within an existing lot.

    The 350 Disney Vacation Club rooms would include 271 larger studios, 38 smaller two-person studios, 20 two-bedroom suites, 19 one-bedroom suites and two Grand Villas...

    .....Besides a small outdoor pool bar, the new Disneyland project would add no new food, retail, meeting or banquet facilities. A Mickey-shaped spa would be part of a new pool amenity area. DVC guests would use Disneyland Hotel services for arrivals, valet parking and check-ins.
    In addition, it will include "A two-story open-air ground floor [that] would allow DVC guests to pass through to both sides of the building. "

    As referenced, TDA has to get approval from the City of Anaheim, in ordered to the build the new tower.

    And finally:
    Disney officials said the proposed Disney Vacation Club and the former hotel proposal are two completely different projects

    Disney will not be seeking a tax incentive from the city of Anaheim for the Disney Vacation Club project, officials said. The Disney Vacation Club rooms would generate a city bed tax similar to hotels that would be calculated using a slightly different formula — accounting for club members using points rather than dollars to book their rooms.
    More details in the attached article.

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    A final site plan and conditional use permit application for a proposed Disney Vacation Club Resort next to the Disneyland Hotel was filed with the city of Anaheim.

  • #2
    I actually like it. It's just as themed as the rest of the DLH which...well...

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    • #3
      Never mind. Got my answer
      "Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.​"

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      • #4
        IMO
        Disney really needs to think about a New Disneyland Hotel.........
        then add there DVC tower
        Soaring like an EAGLE !

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