Your home away from home, the Disney Vacation Club Resorts are ready to welcome you back and celebrate the holidays with these festive trees!
Their Christmas trees are decorated with ornaments uniquely themed to each resort! Do you think you can guess the name of the resort just by a few clues and a picture? Let’s play!
- The resort where you will find this ornaments has two lobbies.
- It has a restaurant with a word that means “art.”
- The resort is divided between a pair of building with non-English names that mean: welcome and necklace.
- The permanent residents at this resort are wild!
- The two lobbies are Jambo House (welcome) and Kidani Village (necklace).
- The restaurant name is Sanaa, which is Swahili for “art.”
- The wild residents are of course the African wildlife!
- One of the world’s favorite salty snacks was invented in the town that inspired this resort.
- Some of this resort’s accommodations have a second story but not a first.
- This resort includes buildings that formerly housed actual classrooms.
- There are more then 30 restaurants within walking distance from this resort.
- Potato chips were invented in Saratoga Springs, NY, the town that inspired this resort.
- The Treehouse Villas feature single-level accommodations perched a story above the forest floor.
- Some of the resort’s buildings were part of the former Disney Institute Campus.
- Disney Springs is within walking distance from the resort.
- The resort changed its name in 1996.
- It has a bar named with a nod to smuggling.
- Dinner at this resort begins with a look at the family album.
- The resort is home to a coastal castle.
- Before 1996, the resort was known as Disney’s Vacation Club Resort, since it was the first DVC property.
- The bar’s name is Gurgling Suitcase.
- The entrance to Olivia’s Cafe features a gallery of framed Member photos known as the Disney Vacation Club Family Album.
- The resort’s pool features a waterslide through an oversized sand castle.
- The resort’s lobby includes a nod to the Grand Canyon.
- It features one check-in lobby but two DVC resorts.
- One of the resorts that shares this lobby changed its name in 2017.
- A grizzly symbol of love is among the details of this resort’s waterfront accommodations.
- As soon as you walk into the lobby, you’ll find towering totem poles topped by an eagle and raven.
- Stonework in the lobby’s fireplace represent layer of the Grand Canyon.
- Prior to 2017, the Boulder Ridge Villas were known as The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
- Framed replicas of the bear-shaped love totem given to Kenai in the animated film “Brother Bear” are among the details in the decor of Cascade Cabins, par of Copper Creek Villas.
We hope you had fun guessing and learning a few fun facts about these DVC resorts!
Credit: Disney Parks Blog
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