Take a Look Inside a Saratoga Springs Disney Vacation Club Room

by | Jul 28, 2023 | DVC Destinations, DVC Resorts, Walt Disney World Resorts, WDW Blog

We’re stepping inside one of the Disney Vacation Club villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa to get a look at all of the incredible amenities.

Ever wondered what the Disney Vacation Club rooms look like at Saratoga Springs? We had the chance to peek inside the one-bedroom villa at the Walt Disney World Resort. While the boat ride to Disney Springs (which launches from resorts such as Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter, and Disney’s Old Key West Resort) takes guests past the popular treehouses at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Saratoga Springs has other types of rooms, too. Those treehouses book up quickly, but, as we found, the other rooms don’t disappoint! Let’s take a look.

Photo groupings of horse-themed things at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

Donald? Mickey? What are you doing in these photos? Photo by Cathy Salustri

The art of the walls all references horse racing, so horse fans will love the rooms here. Look closely and you’ll see Mickey and pals have snuck into some of the photos!

an L-shaped couch with a table in front of it at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

This comfy couch transitions to an even-comfier bed. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The one-bedroom villa easily sleeps five: Two people in the primary bedroom, two on the pull-down bed that neatly tucks up into the wall, and one of the pull-down single bed under the television set in the living room.

A mirror at Saratoga Springs DVC room

Do you see it? Photo by Cathy Salustri

The mirror in the entry room isn’t the star attraction here. Can you find the Hidden Mickey in this photo?

Horse in love at at Saratoga Springs DVC room

More hidden Mickeys and equine love. Photo by Cathy Salustri

This adorable print also has more than a couple hidden Mickeys in it.

a fold-down bed at at Saratoga Springs DVC room

Tell your kiddo it’s time to relax, just like Goofy does. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The pull-down single bed, under the TV in the living room, offers kids a perfect — and fun! — place to recharge after a “day at the races.” Our one-bedroom villa at Saratoga Springs was by a race-themed pool. We watched kids play “horse jockey” in the pool. If that’s something your kiddo would like, they’ll love this bed.

A murphy bed, folded out, with bookshelves and lights on the side at Saratoga Springs DVC room

When pulled down, the bed reveals a secret mural. Photo by Cathy Salustri

Everything about Saratoga Springs leans on the actual town’s history and culture. Saratoga Springs (the non-Disney version) in upstate New York is known for horse racing and a marked sense of the pastoral. This mural could easily be one of the Victorian homes in the area.

a washer and dryer stackable at Saratoga Springs DVC room

Caught in a summer rainstorm? No worries — you have a washer and dryer. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The villas have small washers and driers, a definite game saver when you’re staying more than a day or two. They also include a collapsible laundry basket and laundry soap.

The primary suite with a bed and horse-themed photos at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs — towels and washcloths are arranged in the face of Mickey Mouse at the foot of the bed

The primary bedroom at the one-bedroom villa at Saratoga Springs. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The bedroom doesn’t disappoint. It’s lower key than the heavy-Disney theming of other resorts, and that makes it a peaceful respite. Of course, Mickey makes an appearance more than once in this room — can you spot him?

a side table with a phone and a lamp at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

The bedside table has plugs in the lamp. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The furniture and decor has a quiet elegance.

Close-up of individual amenities and the side of a sinkat the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

H20+ products in the bathroom. Photo by Cathy Salustri

Both bathrooms have H20+ amenities — at least for now.

The en-suite vanity at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs; shelves on either side of sink

One of two bathroom sinks. Photo by Cathy Salustri

While the main bath area has a tub and this vanity, the shower’s in another bath area, with a second, smaller sink.

The in-shower body wash, shampoo, and conditioner at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

Bathroom amenities. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The shower has sea salt body wash and sea marine shampoo and conditioner.

A close-up of a black-and-white photo of horse races with Disney characters added in color at the DVC rooms at Saratoga Springs

Pay attention to the little things. Photo by Cathy Salustri

The theming doesn’t seem to include much Disney ephemera, but designers incorporated subtle, clever nods to Mickey and friends throughout the decor.

Want to learn more about Saratoga Springs and the perks of Disney Vacation Club? Keep reading below:

https://www.wdw-magazine.com/pros-and-cons-disneys-saratoga-springs-resort-spa/

https://www.wdw-magazine.com/staying-at-a-disney-vacation-club-resort/

 

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Cathy Salustri's formative years revolved around Walt Disney World, whether it was having an OG annual pass (four months out of the year only!), wearing acid-washed denim to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, or working as a tour guide at the now-defunct Inside the Magic attraction at the then-Disney-MGM Studios. She loves all of Florida, too—her Florida travel narrative, "Backroads of Paradise", earned her an interview in the New York Times, and she freelances for other Florida publications. Follow on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, listen to her Florida Spectacular podcast, and sign up for her monthly Florida newsletter.
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Cathy Salustri

Cathy Salustri's formative years revolved around Walt Disney World, whether it was having an OG annual pass (four months out of the year only!), wearing acid-washed denim to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, or working as a tour guide at the now-defunct Inside the Magic attraction at the then-Disney-MGM Studios. She loves all of Florida, too—her Florida travel narrative, "Backroads of Paradise", earned her an interview in the New York Times, and she freelances for other Florida publications. Follow on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, listen to her Florida Spectacular podcast, and sign up for her monthly Florida newsletter.
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