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July 6, 2007: Disney's Newport Coast Villas

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  • July 6, 2007: Disney's Newport Coast Villas

    Link to Disney's Newport Coast Villas at Yesterland.

    Please discuss the article here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: July 6, 2007: Disney's Newport Coast Villas

    I actually visited someone that was staying at this resort a couple of years ago. They were not 100% done with the property, but they were really nice on the inside. They were not a hard sell kind of property because they knew that they had a great product.

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      Re: July 6, 2007: Disney's Newport Coast Villas

      Originally posted by Disney1978 View Post
      They were not a hard sell kind of property because they knew that they had a great product.
      I wonder if Disney would have been successful if they had held onto the property and developed it as a DVC resort. I think they would have been successful if they had marketed the resort to guests at the Disneyland theme parks and hotels.

      The location is convenient to many Southern California coastal attractions, and the hillside site is magnificent.

      I think Disney would have had a "great product" too.
      Werner Weiss
      Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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