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DLgal 10-10-2013 02:15 PM

Question about DVC property Community Halls
 
Are these accessible to all guests, or just DVC members?

Deb & Bill 10-11-2013 01:31 PM

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Originally Posted by DLgal (Post 49793473)
Are these accessible to all guests, or just DVC members?

Guests staying at that DVC resort. If you aren't staying at a DVC resort with a Community Hall, you shouldn't be using it. It's paid for with DVC Member fees.

spiceycat 10-11-2013 03:25 PM

agree - even for cash guests staying at a DVC resort - you get to use the community halls - there will be charge for things that members can get free or at a discount.

kammom18 10-12-2013 07:49 PM

What about guests who purchased DVC points? Are they allowed to utilize the Community Halls?:confused3

Sappermont 10-12-2013 09:43 PM

What is in the Community Hall?

MAO 10-13-2013 09:30 AM

If by "purchased DVC points" you mean 'rented from a DVC owner' -- yes, if you are staying at a DVC resort, regardless of how you got there, you should be able to use the Community Hall associated with that resort. (If you meant something else, I'm totally confused.)

I do not know if you have to be a DVC member to use all of the services for free, but even if you have to pay a fee it's pretty reasonable.

The Community Halls usually have games and books and craft sessions every day. DVC members (and, possibly, those who rented from a DVC member) can check out DVDs for free and those people paying in some form other than points can rent them for a nominal fee. I think there are usually bicycles to rent there. Board games and books can be taken back to your room; I've never checked out any Community Hall other than Boardwalk's, but BW has a couple of computer game stations and a pool/air hockey/something like that in the middle of it. I would not be surprised to discover that you can rent tennis supplies there, either.

Lil' Grumpy 10-13-2013 01:50 PM

i would agree unless the community halls are paid by owners'
dues...then that would be unethical for disney to permit non-
owners....based on money.


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