Disney Vacation Club Member Lounge at Epcot opening on June 6th

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A special lounge has been created at Walt Disney World’s Epcot for the Disney Vacation Club’s 25th anniversary. Disney has just announced that the lounge will be opening up on June 6th. The Lounge will be located on the second story of the Imagination Pavilion at Epcot.

The lounge will feature benefits such as:

  • Comfortable seating
  • Complimentary soft drinks
  • Wi-Fi
  • Charging stations
  • Computers with printers
  • Member Services Advisors

Here is some information directly from DVC:

Hidden on the second floor of the Imagination pavilion at Epcot (with a Member entrance through the pavilion’s merchandise shop), this centrally located lounge surrounds its casual seating areas with complimentary beverages (including Coca-Cola Freestyle machines), device-charging stations, Wi-Fi, computer stations with printers and mounted tablets pre-set to easily access select Disney websites, including MyDisneyExperience.com.

Member Services Advisors will be available in the lounge daily to assist with dining reservations, future resort stays and more, while an RCI advisor will be available in the lounge on weekdays to help Members navigate exchange options for upcoming vacations. You’ll even find displays of the latest Member merchandise available in stores and online.

This lounge will only be available to Disney Vacation Club members and their guests. Members wil be required to show ID.


  1. Mike

    Someone from the itm family please go and get a video from this new area! I would love to see if any of the old exhibits are still there in some form… i know the rainbow tunnel is still there along with a few other things but i would love to see itm do a before they shut that area down and then an after comparison of what it looks like today… thanks itm ..you guys rock as always!!!

  2. Jacob

    I’m Glad that they’re doing SOMETHING with that space.

    Maybe this could lead to more of the Dead Space at EPCOT being used for something relatively neat.

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