Earning My Ears
- Feb 23, 2019
I remember reading that they had a plan for a second DVC at Disney Land a few years ago, but it got scrapped due to them not getting some tax credits. I'm sure it can be resolved, especially considering the demand there would be for this hotel. They could run up the price fairly decently and make up for any tax credits lost.The Majors are typically put at Boardwalk these days. Swan-Dolphin also has space and soemtimes coordinate with Disney for the Really Big Ones, like Gartner. Theere are also meeting rooms over in that sector for maller stuff -- there is a lot of CME that gets done over there.
The space at Coronado was just upgraded for the mid-tier events.
spaces at places like grand Flo are for smaller meetings.
The contemporary hasn't really been updated and is mostly overflow thee days, or for conventions bigger than Coronado but too cheap for Boardwalk. It's a bit of a white elephant. It's definitely not maximizing value.
I don't think it would get connected to the monorail.
They'll need to get Anaheim to modify the Area Plan and Zoning Code to do it, which will require regime change in Anaheim. Disney is not in good repute with Anaheim City Council right now. The Area Plan is very specific and makes it impossible for Disney to add timeshare units without city approval, and limits the number unless the rules are modified through city action.
I believe VGC has less than 50 rooms. Wouldn't that mean they can sell another DVC with about 100 rooms before they hit the 150 cap.