Projected to open in fall 2019, Disney’s Riviera Resort will “celebrate the grandeur of Europe” that Walt Disney famously fell in love with. The resort itself will drawing heavily upon European and Mediterranean influences, with elegant modern and classic 20th-century furnishings.
Reservations for stays at Disney’s Riviera starting December 16 opened a few weeks ago. We now have some more details on the Riviera Resort’s room decor, as well as examples of resort rooms to give you an idea of what the layout will be.
Disney’s 15th Vacation Club property, the Riviera will offer a full range of homey options similar to other DVC locations, with one exception.
The new Tower Studios represent an accommodation type that’s unique to the Riviera. These rooms were made just for one or two occupants. The compact floorplan looks like a comfy living room space, but hidden in the walls are a kitchenette, drawers and a pull-down queen-size bed.
The traditional Deluxe Studios will sleep up to five.
These studios feature a queen-size bed as well as a pull-down queen-size bed. There’s also a single pull-down bunk-size bed and a kitchenette. Each Deluxe Studio includes a private patio or balcony, too.
Like other Disney Vacation Club resorts, the Riviera’s one- or two-bedroom villas will have a range of amenities that are perfect for families or larger parties.
The modern, fully equipped kitchen will boast stainless-steel appliances, light colors and wood tones, and furnishings with sleek lines. There will also be a washer and dryer in the villa, so you can pack lighter.
The one-bedroom villa features one King Bed and one Queen pull-down bed and one single pull-down bed, so that it can accommodate up to five adults. The two-bedroom villa can sleep up to nine, with an additional Queen bed and a Queen pull-down bed
As an added plus — the bright white master bathroom features a bubble-jet bathtub!
For very large groups, or special occasions, Disney’s Riviera also has a number of luxurious Three-Bedroom Grand Villas that will sleep up to 12 adults. These deluxe units have one King bed, four Queen beds and one Queen-size sleeper sofa, but also spacious living and dining areas perfect for hanging out with the family and hosting special meals.
Most rooms (with the exception of the Tower Studios) are available with either a standard or preferred view. And the Riviera promises to have some stellar views!
Although the official opening date has not yet been announced, reservations can be booked online for stays from December 16 to December 31, 2019. To book a stay in 2020, you’ll need to call (407) 939-7762 or consult with your travel agent. If you’re a Disney Vacation Club Member, you can make cash reservations by calling Member Services at (800) 800-9800.
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