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    Anaheim Timeshares

    Does anyone have any experience with timeshares near Disneyland? I was thinking it might be a good deal to look into something like that if I'm gonna be down there every few months or so. Just curious as to what others have experienced with timeshares.

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    Re: Anaheim Timeshares

    The only one I've been in is Dolphin's Cove, which is part of Fairfield. It felt like an apartment complex turned into timeshares. Not to say that's bad, but it definitely didn't have the true "resort" feel to it. Rooms were large and comfortable but with typical pastel-y 80's furnishings.

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    Re: Anaheim Timeshares

    I too only know about the Dolphin place. They called me a few times trying to get me to look, but I never went.

    A friend of mine who has done some maintenance there said they used to have a huge bug (cockroach/ant) problem.

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    Re: Anaheim Timeshares

    We also have timeshare at the Dolphin Cove. Its through Worldmark. I liked them alot. Never noticed any bugs...it was rather nice and clean to me.

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    Re: Anaheim Timeshares

    There's always the Disney Vacation Club.

    What's better than staying at the Resort for your DL vacation???

    They have kiosks inside the Park as well as in DTD and at the DL Hotel itself for all the information.

    Or you can call them and they'll send you a DVD about the program.

    Good luck!

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    Re: DVC

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMickey
    There's always the Disney Vacation Club.
    Does anyone have experience with the DVC? I always thought it was geared towards WDW. I'd be eager to hear the experience of people who have bought the DVC but mainly used it at DL.

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    Re: DVC

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mad Hatter
    Does anyone have experience with the DVC? I always thought it was geared towards WDW. I'd be eager to hear the experience of people who have bought the DVC but mainly used it at DL.
    Hi
    DVC is a Point timeshare resort, So one night stay is number of points.
    Disney Grand Calif resort is fri - sat night Concierge is about 79 ponit night. You can book 11 month before you check-in to the resort.

    you can book into any Disneyland resort hotel.

    One thing Your Home resort will be at WDW DVC resort.
    point going for I think is $95.00 a point.

    I Have stay at Disney Grand Cailf, resort Concierge room.
    If you need information goto the web site.
    http://dvc.disney.go.com/dvc/index
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    Re: DVC

    Quote Originally Posted by akfandisney
    Hi
    DVC is a Point timeshare resort, So one night stay is number of points.
    Disney Grand Calif resort is fri - sat night Concierge is about 79 ponit night. You can book 11 month before you check-in to the resort.
    Thanks for the info akfandisney. So if you don't use your points at your home resort in florida, they are just saved? And you can use your points at any other disney resort anytime as long as they have room for you? Thanks again for any help!

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    Re: DVC

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mad Hatter
    Thanks for the info akfandisney. So if you don't use your points at your home resort in florida, they are just saved? And you can use your points at any other disney resort anytime as long as they have room for you? Thanks again for any help!
    you can use your points any way you want. there is a list of Timeshare (member getaways) in the world you can use you points. But some you must stay a week at Hotel or resort.

    you can bank points But up To one year, the saying is [use it or lose it].

    Question: you can use your points at any other disney Resort any time as long as they have the room for you? yes that wright if have the room and if you have the points to use.

    Disneyland Paris use a lot points
    DisneyCruise line
    Disneyland Cailf,
    any of WDW Disney DVC resort and some of WDW Resort that is on a list.
    at WDW DVC resort then your Home resort, Non-home resort DVC you only can book 7 month a head before check-in and check-out.

    If you are not use all your points you can rental out your points. Himm who do not want to go to disney?

    As a DVC member you do get Discount at Disney Place and food at WDW Like PAP.


    I will try answer all your question.
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