DVC Deluxe Studio vs. One Bedroom Villa: Which Is Right for You?
Depending on the resort, some DVC Deluxe Studios and One Bedroom Villas can have the same capacities. For example, at Riviera and the Grand Floridian studios and one bedrooms both sleep up to 5 guests, and at Copper Creek, both accommodate up to 4 guests. When more than one room type can fit your party, which one should you pick? Here are some considerations when booking and considering a DVC Deluxe Studio vs. One Bedroom Villa!
Some guests prefer to go from rope drop to fireworks and spend most of their time in the parks. In this case, they are not spending all that much time in the room, and they may not need the extra space that a One Bedroom Villa offers.
Booking a Deluxe Studio costs fewer points and ultimately saves you cash when renting a DVC reservation. This means you can put more of your vacation budget towards extras like dining or souvenirs. Or even better, you may be able to book a longer trip!
One Bedroom Villa
Other guests take a more leisurely approach to the parks and prefer to spend more time in the room. In this case, the One Bedroom Villa would be more comfortable with more room to sprawl. With a One Bedroom Villa, you can take advantage of the full kitchen and enjoy your meals together in the villa. If your travel party includes young children, the kitchen and washer and dryer are extremely helpful.
One other benefit of booking a One Bedroom Villa is availability. With Deluxe Studios being the cheaper accommodation, they tend to be popular and disappear more quickly than larger accommodations. With a One Bedroom Villa, you have a better chance of booking the resort you prefer.
Whichever accommodation suits you best, the DVC Rental Store can help you reserve it for a great price! You can browse confirmed reservations for Deluxe Studios or One Bedroom Villas or check for future availability.