Here is some information about the Disney DVC Resort Old Key West.
While many of the Disney DVC timeshare resorts are designed in the “Hotel Type” environment, Disney Old Key West is designed in a much more spread out design. When I say “Hotel Type” I am referring to how stacked the people are, and the basic layout of a location. The pool was recently modified to have a themed pool. Kids of all ages, along with adults, enjoy this pool.
Old Key West is the first DVC timeshare that was built. This resort is also one of the more popular of the DVC resorts. I personally prefer staying at Old Key West whenever we are capable of booking that resort. The other resorts in Orlando are: The Boardwalk, Animal Kingdom Villas, Wilderness Lodge, Saratoga Springs and Beach Club. The newest resort being sold now is The Bay Lake Tower. The other resorts not in Orlando are: Vero Beach, and Hilton Head. Another recently announced resort the proposed Hawaiian resort, that I believe is still not named. There are other DVC resorts, but I will get into them much farther.
DVC members get a lot of perks. Some being: Buses for each specific DVC resort. The busing situation changes based on the season. During high demand times you mainly have direct busing. The “Welcome Home” greeting when you enter your resort. I have never heard this said anywhere else on property, and I have confirmed this with other DVC’ers. Discounts at shops, dining, and tickets.
Maid service on your room is based on the amount of nights in your stay. WiFi internet access is available at a nominal cost. I have been told that wired internet access in your room is now FREE as long as you are staying on points.
DVC salespeople are not the average Cut, and Run person. They have a different strategy. Most other timeshares pressure you to buy, and keep sending different “management” to try and haggle price. Disney DVC does not do this. You are given the price, and there is no haggling. They don’t even force you to decide. In my case, Kelly Jo, gave us the tour, gave us some literature, and let us go home to decide. A few weeks later we said Yes, and she overnighted us the documents. I can only say this about the other timeshare tours I have taken… “NIGHTMARE!”
I am more than willing to go over anything you may want to know if you are thinking of buying a timeshare. i will show you where the DVC way is the better way.
I get a set amount of points per year. I can borrow up to 1 year ahead. I can bank my points forward to the next year. With points I decide when I want to stay, what accomodations, and other options. Most other timeshares give you a specific week, or weeks. You can then trade them, or sell them to get a different week if you can’t go at that time.
Example: I have 200 points. A weekday (Sunday night through Thursday night) could be 8 points. I stay 5 nights, and only use 40 points. I can now vacation again in the same year with current points.
No money is involved with these reservations, as the DVC member has already paid for the points when they signed up.
Below you will find the Floorplans to the Old Key West Resort.
Old Key West Grand Villa Floor #2 of 2 Floorplan