As a DVC condominium owner it is imperative to stay up-to- date with the ever so changing
renovations that occur throughout the year. Condominium DVC members realize that the DVC
holds an annual meeting in December called the Condominium Association Meeting but many
of these members are not able to attend. So we will clear the air of all renovations that the
Disney Vacation Club is planning to refurbish. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Disney Vacation Club in-turn calling for many renovations throughout various different resorts. The renovations that will occur will mainly entail soft goods vs hard goods. The soft good
renovations usually include carpets, bedding, upholstery, and curtains. Hard good
refurbishment usually includes replacing furniture, redesign of the room, and placement of
furniture. The following list separates the rentals that will be involved with hard refurbishment and or soft refurbishment.
-Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Early this year at Jambo house crews started updating their
fabrics and décor. Later in this summer Kidani Village will receive similar refurbishments to their
-Bay Lake Tower: Various different soft refurbishments have started in early June and
will continue throughout the fall.
-Villas at Grand Californian: Soft refurbishments are scheduled to begin in the early fall
throughout all villas.
-Treehouse Villas at Saratoga Springs: Crews started to update the look of these villas
by replacing the décor and fabrics throughout the villas. The work will end sometime in the
-Beach Club Villas: In the Beach Club Villas the refurbishments this year will come in
waves and should finish up around the end of summer. The first wave will involve replacing
décor and fabrics, updating televisions, and updating the bathrooms. There will also be a queen
bed replacing the sleeper sofa in the second bedroom of the two bedroom Villas. Finally, a fifth
sleeper bunk will be added in the Deluxe studios.
-Boardwalk Villas: These villas will receive many lavish refurbishments such as
invigorating artwork, replacing flooring and fabrics, modernizing kitchen backsplashes, and
adding a new bunk-size down bed. These renovations will continue throughout all of 2016.
-Vero Beach Resort: The rooms in this resort will receive a variety of refurbishments
including; larger televisions, replacing old furniture will new, and updating all bathrooms.
This work started in January and will continue throughout the summer.