Disney’s Old Key West Resort: Where DVC Began

By Matti Pennington

Researchers at Disney found that many guests wanted to remain on Disney property and didn't want to leave. But, because they wanted more space they would stay off site.

In order to meet those guests’ needs, Disney designed their timeshare program. Disney’s Old Key West Resort was the first DVC resort.

After Old Key West’s success, Disney Vacation Club began to explore other opportunities for expansion, leading to the development of 15 Disney resorts.

Old Key West Resort

With amenity-rich resort offerings and a convenient location, it’s easy to see why this resort is the perfect fit for families of all sizes. Let’s take a look at all it offers!

Disney’s Old Key West is the perfect place to bring your loved ones with a variety of floor plans. Accommodations at Old Key West resort range from deluxe studios to three-bedroom villas.

A washer and dryer are included in every Key West themed suite, as well as extra-large living spaces and fully equipped kitchens.

In terms of amenities, this resort is right up there with the other Disney resorts. One of the best parts about staying at a DVC resort is that you will have access to Disney transportation systems.

Four pools, a convenience store, playgrounds, and barbecue areas, are all available. You can also enjoy some friendly competition on the basketball, tennis, and sand volleyball courts.

You can’t forget about the dining. On-site, there are casual dining, quick service options, and in-room dining options. Olivia’s Cafe is the most notable for its American food with a Caribbean twist.

Buy DVC Points at Old Key West

As a DVC owner, you can choose which resort you stay at and lock in today’s rates for decades to come.

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