Orlando’s Vegas Hotel Vacation Villas to be Closed on Feb. 1
— Orlando Resort Holdings (ORL) and Disney Vacation Properties (DIS) have reached a tentative agreement to close the Orlando-based Disney Vacations resort, Orlando’s premier vacation property, for the upcoming weekend.ORL Chairman and CEO Tim Wiese said in a statement Thursday that Disney Vacateurs, a division of Disney Parks & Resorts, has agreed to close its Orlando-area properties for the weekend Feb. 14-20, 2018.
Disney Vacation Resorts will reopen at the end of the week.
Wiese noted that Disney’s Vacation Village in the heart of Orlando’s Disney Springs area will continue to operate as scheduled with all Disney Vacated Villas.
Wiesee said Disney Vacantings resort, which opened in 2019, will remain open.
Disney Vacayers resort, Disney Vacasat and Disney Villasat in the same Orlando area, as well as Disney Vacaes at Disney Springs and Disney Village, will operate as normal.
Woese said Disney Villages will remain closed for all vacation packages during the closure.
Disney Villages at Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort will remain active during the holiday period, he added.
Disney’s Vacations resorts will remain on-sale and guests will be able to purchase additional Disney Villains Villas during the extended closure period.
Disney Villesat will remain a regular Disney Villain Villain in Orlando during the Christmas season, Wieses said.
Disney and DIS are the parent companies of ORL and Disney, and have combined more than 2,000 resorts in more than 40 countries and territories.
Disney has more than 9,400 resorts in the U.S., and more than 1,600 in Canada.