If you’ve ever stayed on-site at Walt Disney World Resort, you’re no doubt aware that there are dozens of on-site hotels for visitors to choose from, divided into three categories – Disney Value Resorts, Disney Moderate Resorts, and Disney Deluxe Resorts – which are all designed for different budgets.
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Value resorts like Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, and Disney’s All-Star Resorts, for example, typically cost around $200 per night.
Meanwhile, moderate resorts, including Disney’s Port Orleans Resort and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, typically cost between $350 and $450 per night.
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Finally, luxury resorts such as Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and Disney’s Riviera Resort typically cost well over $500 for each night of a family vacation.
A popular moderate resort, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort, is home to some of Disney Vacation Club’s most unique villas – the Treehouse Villas. Last month, Disney filed permits to work on several Treehouse Villa addresses.
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Now authorities have filed seven more Treehouse Villa work permits for the units 7005, 7006, 7007, 7032, 7043, 7044and 7055. All permits are for “general construction”, which can mean anything from minor updates to a complete overhaul.
The same contractor – based in Central Florida Faden Builders – is listed on both the first and second batch of Disney building permits.
While no announcements were made specifically regarding updates to the Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs, Walt Disney World Resort has made changes to several of the Disney Vacation Club Villa options on the property.
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DVC guests have been relocated while the overwater bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort have had a facelift and the new villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa have also been completely redesigned. Disney also filed permits for the entire Disney Vacation Club Annex at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge last week.
Therefore, it would not be shocking to see the Rustic Treehouse Villas upgraded at some point in the near future.
Learn more about Disney’s Saratoga Springs
The official description of Disney’s equestrian themed hotel reads:
Inspired by historic Saratoga Springs, a late 1800s New York retreat famous for its spas and horse racing, this charming Victorian-style resort hotel is nestled between the rolling greens of a golf course and shimmering Lake Buena Vista. Revel in stately studios and multi-bedroom villas, dazzling pools and a spa.
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Visit the Disney World official website to plan your next magical vacation at Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks – Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios – and the Disney Springs shopping and dining district OR the Disneyland official website to plan your trip to the two Disneyland Resort theme parks – Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park – and the Downtown Disney District!