European-Inspired Amenities Coming for Disney’s Riviera Resort

Points Chart, Pricing, and Resort Map Released for Disney’s Riviera Resort, Points Available for Member Purchase Starting Tomorrow

Reservations have been open for the European-inspired Disney’s Riviera Resort, the 15th Disney Vacation Club resort, since this January. However, if you’re looking to book your 2020 Disney Vacation Club getaway and want to do some homework on how many points it’ll cost, a points chart and new pricing has been released for the upcoming resort on the DVC Explorer portal. Take a look!

Disney’s Riviera Resort Maps, Points Chart, and Pricing for 2020

Disney’s Riviera Resort – 2020 Points Chart

The cheapest you can get in at a Tower Studio is 11 points a night, any night from Sunday through Thursday during Adventure Season (in January, September, and early December.) Stay on a Friday or Saturday during Premier Season in April or late December and that same studio (yes, the one with one murphy bed) will run you 26 points a night. For those traveling in parties of more than just two people, there are Deluxe Studios and One-Bedroom Villas which sleep 5, Two-Bedroom Villas which sleep 9, and Three-Bedroom Grand Villas that sleep up to 12 people also available, in both standard and preferred view options.

While 2019 points have not been released, according to DVC News, if studios were to become available to DVC members this year, they’d probably mirror 2020 points rates.

Disney Vacation Club points for Disney’s Riviera Resort will go on sale to existing DVC Members tomorrow, March 27th. Points will be available to the general public starting April 15th. Each point is set at $188, with annual maintenance fees set at $8.31 per point.

Disney’s Riviera Resort – Resort Map

Here’s a look at the map for the upcoming resort, which includes Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in the parking lot, an activity and movie lawn, a fitness center, various pools and splash areas for the kids, and of course, a Disney Skyliner station!

More details have already been released on the resort, including studio and villa inventory, information on dining and amenities throughout the resort, and even some fun Disney-inspired art that will be featured throughout the rooms.

Do keep in mind that limitations have been in place since January for those buying DVC contracts on the resale market. Once sales for the Disney’s Riviera Resort begin, those who purchase a contract for that resort on the resale market will be limited to staying only at that resort.

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