Exciting New Details Emerge About Disney Vacation Club Tower at Disneyland Hotel!

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Disneyland DVC tower update

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In a series of four Tweets yesterday, Twitter account @MagicAndWalnut shared up-to-date information about the construction of the Disney Vacation Club tower at Disneyland Hotel.

Key Points:

  • The overall look of the new Disneyland Hotel DVC tower will be in keeping with the retro look of the resort. It will be designed in such a way that it won’t be obtrusive to local residents.
  • The new hotel will feature a spa, a pool, and some type of interactive water feature, as per the design schematic in this report. Previously, there was speculation about a Mickey-shaped spa and pool bar.
  • There is currently no timeline for completion, but the City of Anaheim is currently reviewing construction proposals.

The first Tweet about the upcoming DVC addition stated that local residents, including the Disney fans behind Magic & Walnut were invited to a town hall webinar where details about the Disneyland Resort construction project were shared.

The new Disney resort tower will have 12 stories and an L-shaped design.

In their second Tweet about the new Disney Vacation Club tower, Magic & Walnut shared a map that shows exactly where the new, as yet unnamed, addition will be in the Disneyland Hotel complex.

It appears that the 12-story hotel tower will sit in front of a single-story pool area and will be located next to the existing 13-story Frontier Tower.

In their next social media post about the ongoing Disneyland Resort construction project, Magic & Walnut shared information about how the new Disney theme park hotel will impact the aesthetics of the Anaheim neighborhood where it is being built.

This is, obviously, most pertinent to the local residents who were watching the webinar, but is also interesting for anyone who enjoys studying Disney Parks architecture. The new DVC tower will have a “stair-step” design, beginning at just five stories tall, to minimize its visual impact.

In their final Disney Vacation Club hotel update, Magic & Walnut shared that “there is no timeline for when the project will begin construction or be completed. The plans are still under review by the city.”

The Walt Disney Company recently filed a construction permit for this Disneyland DVC Resort project for both demolition and construction.

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Whenever the new tower, which is likely to be named after a section of Disneyland Park like the other three Disneyland Hotel towers, is completed it will be just the second DVC property in California.

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel currently offers Disney Vacation Club villas that allow Guests to walk directly into Disney’s California Adventure theme park.

If you are a Disney Vacation Club member interested in learning more about this new timeshare option, contact DVC directly at 1 (800) 800-9800.

Are you excited about this new Disneyland DVC tower update? Stay tuned to Inside the Magic for the latest news about this project! 

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