Old Key West Resort (originally known as the Disney Vacation Club Resort) was Disney's first attempt at a timeshare resort. The Disney Vacation Club has now grown to include two offsite resorts (Vero Beach, FL and Hilton Head Island, SC) as well as several other properties at Walt Disney World. DVC membership information is available, but unlike many timeshares, staying here will not trigger a hard sell.
Based on a Key West theme, the resort is more spread out than many at Disney World. Light pastel colors, tin roofs, breezeways, breadboard trim, and walkways paved with crushed seashells all pull you into the Key West of yesteryear. Several different types of accommodations are available including a studio (larger than most, but still a typical hotel room, but with two queen-sized beds), a one bedroom vacation home (with a full kitchen, living room, and master bedroom suite with a Jacuzzi and king-sized bed), a two-bedroom vacation home (basically a one bedroom and a studio stuck together), and a three-bedroom grand villa (two stories, three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and huge).
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