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Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for Less


Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for LessTaking a trip to Disney World is supposed to be a magical and memorable time for your family, but choosing the wrong place to stay during your trip could put a real damper on things.  Renting Disney timeshares has been steadily growing in popularity over the years, and for a good reason.

Travelling with kids can be challenging, especially when they are bouncing off the walls with excitement about their Disney vacation.  A lot of timeshares prove to be more affordable to rent than multiple hotel rooms to house a large family, plus in some cases you have the options of choosing a timeshare with a kitchen, laundry, and cozy bedrooms all under one roof so you can keep an eye on your kids and make your stay more comfortable.

Scouring the internet in search of Disney timeshares to rent for your family can be a bit overwhelming, as many resorts are sold out, but we found a reputable independent Disney reseller called with a good selection of rentals to peruse through. After looking through their inventory, we found some pretty great deals on timeshares within Disney’s most popular resorts, so we put together a list of some of the best for your convenience!

Disney’s Boardwalk Villas

Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for Less

The Disney Boardwalk Villas is ideally located within walking distance to Epcot and Hollywood Studios – which cuts down on the hassle of having to arrange travel for your entire family.  Plus, the boardwalk is full of amazing restaurants, a massive pool, and tons of shops and activities to keep your kids busy.  You can rent a studio villa, or a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom cottage.

Disney Animal Kingdom Villas

Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for Less

The safari and African-inspired design at the Animal Kingdom Villas is truly magical for little ones.  And, these timeshare rentals have everything you can imagine onsite – childcare, restaurants, shopping, an impressive game room, laundry, and more!

Disney’s Old Keywest Resort

Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for Less

The Old Keywest Resort is a classic place to stay on a Disney vacation, and wildly popular among Disney veterans, and once you get a peek of the beautiful scenery and location you will totally understand why.  This massive resort includes sparkling waterways, gold fairways, and their villas are perfect for families and include living rooms and kitchens.

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort

Family Disney Travel: Rent a Disney Timeshare for Less

If you and your family are looking for something a little more unique and down to earth – the Victorian era architecture of this resort is breathtaking. With 65 sprawling acres, 2 restaurants, a spa, an 18-hole golf course, and 5 swimming pools, this is the largest Disney resort to date. Guests can choose 1 to 2 bedroom suites for their accommodations, or they can opt for a “Treehouse Villa” which provide gorgeous views of the woodlands and are situated 10 feet off the ground, perfect for the family wanting a truly special accommodation experience. With so many fun activities at this resort, you may never end up leaving!

These popular Disney timeshares for families are just the tip of the iceberg – there are dozens of convenient locations to choose from, and they all have their own lengthy lists of perks.  Of course, every family is different, and every family has their own personal needs and wants.  A trip to Disney is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and you want to make sure everything goes smoothly, including where you stay.

Have you ever stayed at a Disney timeshare resort? What was your experience?

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  1. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says

    We’ve stayed at both Disney Resorts and Time Shares. They’re both amazing experiences. You can’t go wrong with either one.

  2. Colleen Lanin says

    I think a Disney timeshare would be a great way to vacation! We haven’t tried the timeshare option, but we have done the resort thing.

  3. Marcie W. says

    I had no idea that Disney offered larger vacation rentals! This is definitely an exciting game changer for our family of 5.

  4. Liz Mays says

    Having a reserved vacation spot somewhere nice would be great. I like the idea of going with a resort close to the Disney Parks.

  5. Pam says

    How cool that there’s a reputable site to find Disney timeshares. Sarasota Springs would be my choice.

  6. Janell Poulette says

    My cousin used to rent a Disney time share and she loved it! I have thought it, but wasn’t sure. i think this post has changed my mind!

  7. robin rue says

    Timeshares aren’t for me, but I know a lot of people have them and swear by them. It’s definitely worth considering for people who go there a lot.

  8. candy says

    We are not big on time shares, always afraid of them. I know other people who swear by them and love them. Having a Disney one for some would a dream.

  9. Rosey says

    I stayed at one my mother in law owned. It was absolutely lovely.

    1. Pam Wattenbarger says

      We have stayed at one before and had a great time. They can be a great option for traveling.

  10. Tim B says

    We’ve rented at time shares and had great experiences. I just wouldn’t actually invest in purchasing a membership/ownership interest in one. I like the freedom of not being committed to any specific place or company when planning a vacation.

  11. Jeanette says

    I didn’t even know there were does the timeshares. I have to check into this because I’m kind of excited to try it. I can guess it would be definitely overwhelming if there are thousands of places out there. I like all the guidance put in here. it helps a lot!

  12. Tracey says

    I didn’t know Disney offered time shares. The animal kingdom villas look gorgeous. I’ll need to look into this option!

  13. Melissa says

    Those choices you gave all look so good I don’t think I could choose. Disney Animal Kingdom Villas looks so inviting. Hopefully I can find one on site if I go back..

  14. Seattle Travel Blogger says

    My sister just got back from a WDW trip with her daughter.
    They had a great time.
    But, I can see what you are saying about hotels.
    My favorite from your list are the Disney Boardwalk Villas!

  15. Heather @ Kraus House Mom says

    I’ve stayed in all levels of Disney resorts and I love them all. With 3 kids, we need a place that can accommodate all of us. Time shares sounds like a great option.

  16. Sarah Bailey says

    Ohh this sounds like a really interesting way to holiday at Disney! I would definitely be interested in knowing more about a timeshare, I am going to have to look into it.

  17. Katie Kinsley says

    I would love to take my husband to Disney one day. He has never been and its on our to-go list.

  18. Kimberly says

    I haven’t been to Disney since I was 8 years old *inserts sad face*
    One day I’ll make it back.
    Time share is a good option though!

  19. Tara Salinas says

    Great advice on saving money while at Disney. When you have a family having a place with a kitchen or kitchenette is a money saver!

  20. Louise Bishop says

    Disney really does off a lot when it comes to these time shares. They are all amazing and could benefit anyone greatly.

  21. Marysa says

    Nice to have money-saving tips. It would be a shame to go to Disney and not be able to enjoy everything. So good to have ways to save so your money goes further.

  22. Maurene Cab says

    Wow! This is a great place for the family to enjoy! They have a lot of amenities to choose from.

  23. Dogvills says

    We have not tried taking advantage of this Disney Timeshare. I think this would definitely be a better way to get accommodations for a Disney vacation. I will have to bookmark the site for reference. Thanks for letting me know.

  24. David Elliott says

    I never would have thought about getting a timeshare for this. But I am looking to go to Walt Disney World soon. So i will definitely be checking all of this out.

  25. Mars says

    I want to try Timeshare. Seems like a great deal for those traveling on a budget. Thanks for sharing this.

  26. Carol Cassara says

    This sounds like a lovely way for families to save money while on vacation. I think it’s a good option especially when you’re under a budget.

  27. My Teen Guide says

    This is something I will really take advantage of when we visit Disney again in October. Imagine renting a villa! Wow.

  28. Brianne says

    This is a way to experience Disney. I have to look into this for our next trip there.

  29. Anosa says

    Wow! I never knew there is such place as Disney Resort. I am a Disney lover and I would love to experience this too! The place also looks magical just the way theme parks looks like.

  30. Kiwi says

    Im actually looking into a Disney vacation soon. Thanks for sharing about the time shares there this is a good idea.

  31. Meeta says

    When I was a kid we lived in Florida and Disney world was often a great place to visit time and time again. Ever since I moved to Europe (over 20 years ago) I have not been back. Now that I have a son of my own I would love to take him there and show him around. this looks like the perfect place to relax!

  32. Aimee Geroux says

    Timeshares are a great way to save money on a vacation. Disney is definitely on our travel bucket list. Going to wait a few more years until my youngest is a bit older so she can remember it.

  33. Tina Gleisner says

    We’ve stayed in several different Disney resorts over the years but I’m certain that a timeshare makes more sense when you need multiple bedrooms. It’s no longer an issue for us as our older son lives about 15 minutes south of the parks … and they have annual passes, so we don’t go often because our granddaughter gets to go all the time.

  34. Nellwyn says

    These all look like great places to stay. I had no idea Disney offered timeshares, that’s great to know!

  35. Amber Myers says

    Oh cool, I need to keep this in mind. We do love Disney and wish we could go more often. Maybe we can with this!

  36. Kelly Hutchinson says

    I have never stayed in a a timeshare, but it seems like a great idea. If you are starting with your family for more than a few days, it just makes sense.

  37. Richard Bivins says

    Thanks we’re planning a Disney trip in a few months but not sure if its a timeshare or a resort stay that we’ll be looking for.

  38. Katy {ashadeofteal} says

    I love Disney, we’re 30 minutes from CA Disneyland and visit all the time. But someday we hope to finally visit Disney World. I had no idea you can rent the timeshares.

  39. Colette S says

    I haven’t done this before, but now with your introduction, I wouldn’t mind learning more about the pros and cons.

  40. Cynthia Nicoletti says

    Renting a time share sounds like a great idea. I never thought of doing that. Thanks !!

  41. Alayna says

    There are really so many options for places to stay when visiting Disney. I never thought of this! Thanks for sharing, definitely good to keep in mind.

  42. Aduke Schulist says

    I’ve always wondered about the Disney Timeshares. My only experience has been a one day trip in California and then a trip sponsored by Make a Wish in Florida.

  43. Michelle Waller says

    We are hoping to go to Disney soon and make it a yearly tradition. I think a timeshare would be a great idea.

  44. lorena victoria perez murcia says

    So nice! I need to try this way my kids would love it, and they will enjoy a lot. And on top of that looks relaxing place to stay.

  45. Piano Dealer says

    This is a good tip especially to those new to
    the blogosphere. Brief but very precise information… Many thanks for sharing this one.

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