The Villas at Disney's
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Grand Opening: October 23, 2013
Deed Expiration: Jan 31st, 2064
2020 Annual Dues per Point: $6.56
Direct from Disney Sales Summary
Direct Cost per Point: $255
Minimum Points for New Members: 50 Points
Minimum Points for Existing Members: 25 Points
Resale Summary as of March 2022
Average Cost per Point: $172
Resale / Direct Savings: 32.55%
150 Point Blue Card Premium: $12,450
Free Moonlight Mickey Bars to Break Even: 2,188
Open listings at DVC Resale Market Listings
Our Team's Shows About The Villas at the Grand Floridian
What is there to do at Disney Vacation Club's Villas at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa? These VGF owners have nothing but glowing things to share. A LOT! Chad chats with Sam Schapman, Ron Schammert, and Jacki Schammert to scoop on all VGF activities. If you missed the previous mDVCPoints episodes on VGC, visit https://mydvcpoints.com/vgf to catch up on our content. Episode 203.
PSA: Do not listen to this episode hungry. It's time for the Grand Floridian dining review show. Chad chats and chews with Sam Schapmann, My DVC Points first-timers Pamela Schapmann and Christy Gerken, and DVC Resale Market's Scotty Kauffman. We'll cover everything you want to know about dining at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, from quick-service options to the finest dining at Walt Disney World. Episode 202
The grandest of DVC episodes starts here! Join a panel of experts to dive deep into Disney Vacation Club’s Villas at the Grand Floridian room types. From studios to the grand villas, we’ll talk about the views, the new DVC building at Big Pine Key, the value of our points, and tips for owning at the Grand Flo. Listen all the way to the end of this episode for some great tips on which rooms to request for your next Grand Floridian DVC stay. Special shout out to DVC News for their in-depth guide to all things DVC. Episode 201
Commonly vaunted by Disney as its “flagship resort,” and “crown jewel” of the DVC Disney World resort collection … join Chad and his guests, Emily Hicks and Sam Schapmann, as they reminisce on the history of one of Disney World’s most storied resorts — The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. We explore the history of the resort all the way through the DVC addition and secondary offering of DVC points when they converted the Big Pine Key building to DVC.
DVC Members love their home resorts for a variety of reasons. Chad, Valerie, Brad, and Sandy are back to discuss the three main factors people use when picking their home resort. Some people buy them because they love the resort. Others buy specifically for the 11-month booking window advantage. Yet other members are more influenced by the financial, economic, and deed expiration dates. We believe every resort is unique, and there's something for everyone to love in DVC. Join the conversation as we discuss these three factors across all of the DVC resorts.
Join the conversation as we compare and contrast the Villas at the Grand Floridian vs. the Polynesian Villas and Bungalows. What are the pros and cons of each resort? What do DVC members like about each resort? We cover everything about each of these Disney Vacation Club resorts. Rooms to Restaurants, Point Charts to Pools and Parking, and Transportation to Themes.
Creative commons attribution to Chad Sparkes for the photo “The Grand.”