Plan a Disney Timeshare Vacation in their New California Timeshares

Now this is just fun. How about an app for your iPhone that helps you time manage your Disneyland vacation? The Walkee™ iGuide to Disneyland® Park by is out just in time for next month’s opening of the expansion at the Disney Grand Californian Hotel and Spa. The California timeshare expansion adds 203 hotel rooms and 48 Disney Vacation Club timeshare units, including two Grand Villas, to the already expansive property.

The GPS-enabled customizable app is a fun alternative to those paper Disney Park maps we have all stuffed in our pockets but never really used in the past. And since the Disney Grand Californian Hotel and Spa (with Disney Vacation Club timeshares) is located in the very middle of the Disneyland resort, you will be at the heart of it all for using the Walkee™ iGuide to help you navigate the park, pick your favorite restaurant, or update your friends about what you’ve seen.

New Disney Vacation Club Timeshare is a Boon to Area Economy

The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa are the first Disney timeshare units available at the Disney California parks. And they couldn’t open at a more welcomed time for the people of Anaheim where the City Council says these new hotel rooms will generate more than $2 million annually in bed taxes, while the new Disney timeshare units translate to nearly a half million dollars in bed taxes the first year alone.

But Disney’s expansion with California timeshares is not just good for the local community, it’s great for members of Disney Vacation Club, providing that West Coast Disney timeshare option that has never existed before. And as of January 1, 2009, RCI is the exclusive exchange provider for Disney Vacation Club. Timeshare owners at Disney Vacation Club can now use their Disney Vacation Club timeshare points to book timeshare at RCI affiliated resorts worldwide.

Here’s a quick look at Walkee™: