Walt Disney World has revived its "Disney After Hours" program, offering exclusive access and light crowds at the Magic Kingdom. And Disney Vacation Club members are eligible for discounted tickets.
During Hurricane Irma, Disney lifted its usual restrictions and allowed resort guests to bring pets into their hotel rooms and villas. A series of rules and restrictions were put in place, dictating that leashes be used at all times, certain areas were completely off limits (restaurants, lounges, pools), designated animal relief areas and a requirement that pets never be left unattended in guest rooms. Nevertheless, outside of compliance with Federal ADA laws, this would seem to mark the first time that Disney resorts opened their doors to four-legged friends.
Topic: Do you agree or disagree with the decision to permit pets in Disney resort rooms? Should the pet restrictions be lifted entirely?
The final Disney Vacation Club hurricane-related closure will be lifted on Monday morning.
Led by a 30% increase in sales for Copper Creek Villas & Cabins, the Disney Vacation Club resorts located at Walt Disney World sold 201,247 points in August making it the fifth month in 2017 that sales have topped the 200,000 point mark.
With a few exceptions, business has returned to normal at Walt Disney World following Hurricane Irma. Let's review the storm's fallout and potential cost to Disney Vacation Club owners.
Treehouse Villas are one of the few locations still closed at WDW
Orange County, Florida has issued its 2017 proposed property tax notices and they appear to represent good news for most members, particularly owners of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.
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