It’s been 9 months since Disney moved to the Interval International program. Availabilities have been a hit and miss — never have I seen the most popular Disney properties available on II. However, the last few months there have been more and more Disney resorts popping up on the II site to reserve. If you want to stay at a Disney property, now is a GREAT time to frequently check the II website.
Related: Checking for Disney Resort Availability on Interval
As of the today (Sept 14, 2022), there are multiple dates during December and January for the following Disney resorts through Interval International (all are for an entire week):
|Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort, Hilton Head, SC||2 Bedroom villas||2250 Club Points|
|Disney’s Vero Beach Resort, Vero Beach, FL||Guest room||1750 Club Points|
|Disney’s Saratoga Springs, Orlando, FL||2 Bedroom villas||3000 Club Points|
|Disney’s Old Key West, Orlando, FL||2 Bedroom villas||3000 Club Points|
These are wonderful properties at a great value in using your points. Staying at the Orlando resorts also gets you Walt Disney World perks, not to mention the resorts are conveniently located near Disney Springs. Amenities you receive if staying at the Disney Orlando resorts? Pretty SWEET if you are going to Walt Disney World!
- Complimentary water transportation to Disney Springs
- Complimentary bus transportation to most areas within Disney World
- Complimentary merchandise delivery to your villa from Disney World merchants
- Housekeeping service every other day!
- Link resort reservation to park tickets reservations
Just to note, there is no daily parking fee for Interval International exchanges into DVC resorts. However, there is a $190 fee payable at checkin. We recently stayed at Saratoga Springs on an exchange using one of our weeks.
Oh — that’s great to know. I’ll change that in my post! It’s confusing with parking fees. It isn’t explained anywhere on the website. Many MVC resorts are the same way — I know Timber Lodge states a hefty parking fee everywhere with no mention that for owners it is waived. I appreciate your comment!!!
Yeah, Marriott is bad for that. Even in Hawaii where all their timeshare resorts charge parking fees for cash based guests, but all timeshare based status (points, owner, exchange) get free parking. But the Marriott.com confirmation still lists the parking fee.