Top 3 DVC Resorts For Couples

Disney's Grand Floridian

If you have ever stopped by a DVC information booth to pin trade, say good morning, or perhaps even check out a lego model of Disney’s Rivera Resort, you know that DVC advertises itself as “an investment in your family’s future.” But… what if your family doesn’t include kids yet? Is a DVC resort still right for you? Well, we at DVC Shop are here to answer that question with a resounding… YES!!! Keep reading to find out what we think are the top 3 DVC resorts for couples! 

3. The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort

Coming in at our #3 top choice for couples is the Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort. Nestled into the woods surrounding the back end of Disney’s California Adventure, the Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort are the serene retreat you didn’t know you were looking for. Couples can arrange a decadent dinner at the Chef’s Counter at Napa Rose, visit the newly refurbished Tenaya Stone Spa for a luxurious couples’ massage, and end their day with the DVC exclusive balcony viewing of World of Color. The cozy Hearthstone Lounge sits next to a large stone fireplace, where couples can enjoy a drink after a long day of hitting the parks. As Disneyland’s premier resort, the villas even include premium amenities–down to offering soothing foot cream! This is just another reason why the Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort is one of our top resorts for couples.

Disney Grand Californian Lobby
 Fireplace in the lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian.

2. Disney’s Beach Club Villas

Our #2 choice for couples is Disney’s Beach Club Villas. Looking for the quiet romance of a seaside retreat while still being within walking distance to EPCOT? Look no further: Disney’s Beach Club Villas has got you covered! Disney’s Beach Club Villas has the best of both worlds. This resort is mere feet from ECPOT, a stone’s throw from the Disney Skyliner, and also chock full of relaxing activities for couples. Couples can challenge one another to some one-on-one beach volleyball as they sip delicious concoctions from Hurricane Hanna’s in between rounds. Volleyball not your scene? Enjoy a swing seat on the white sand beach or maybe a pedicure from the Ship Shape Spa! And, of course, the Beach Club Villas are the perfect place to walk home to after a long day of indulging at one of EPCOT’s many festivals… which is why the Beach Club Villas are one of our top resorts for couples.

DVC beach club villas view of boardwalk
Relax on the beaches at Disney’s Beach Club Villas.

1. The Resort Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

And, finally, our #1 top choice for DVC resorts for couples is the brand new Resort Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa! While the original villas are beautiful, the new resort villas kick up the appeal for couples traveling without children. The new Resort Studio category is perfect for two people: these rooms are a touch smaller without losing any of the Grand Floridian charm. You won’t find a full kitchenette here, but you will still have access to a small fridge and microwave. These rooms are located in the Big Pine Key Building and overlook the Courtyard Pool… and the Courtyard Pool Bar which, a little birdie tells us, will bring your cocktails poolside! The ability to end your night with Magic Kingdom fireworks right from your balcony solidifies the Resort Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa as our #1 DVC resort for couples.

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort
There are plenty of recreational activities for couples to enjoy at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.

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Written by

Jacqueline Dunn

Contributing Writer

Jackie grew up watching her grandparents’ home videos of their trips to Walt Disney World. When she turned 8 years old in the 1990s it was finally her time to go… and she hasn’t looked back since! She has been a DVC member for the last ten years and calls Disney’s Beach Club Villas home. Her favorite way to spend a day is floating on Stormalong Bay and drinking Category 5’s at Hurricane Hanna’s. When she isn’t planning her next Disney trip, she is also a high school administrator and an avid reader.

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