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05/28/20222Hilton HeadStudio4Standard View$740Available
Disney DVC Hilton Head Island Resort dock overlooking marsh
5 Star Resort
22 Harbourside Lane Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Expires
2042
Maintenance Cost
$9.97 per point
*proposed dues for 2021
Disney DVC Hilton Head Island Resort panoramic sunset view
DVC Hilton Head Island Resort panoramic sunset view by Chad Sparkes

When people think of Walt Disney World’s Parks & Resorts, it’s easy to forget that even though they aren’t at the same location as Disney World, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort and Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort are considered two of Disney World’s resorts. They are also both Disney Vacation Club resorts.

Located on the coast of South Carolina, Hilton Head opened in 1996, making it one of Disney’s oldest DVC resorts, and is the oldest of the three resorts (Hilton Head, Vero Beach, and Aulani) not located at a Disney park. On Hilton Head Island, about a five-hour drive from Disney World, the resort is themed after the South Carolina Lowcountry, and is designed to resemble a 1940s hunting and fishing lodge. With its lovely local charm and picturesque beaches, it makes for the perfect vacation spot.

Hilton Head has four room sizes for its DVC guests: Deluxe Studios, One-Bedroom Villas, Two-Bedroom Villas, and Three-Bedroom Grand Villas. They are able to sleep anywhere from four to twelve guests, depending on its size and accommodations, and all have views of either the woodlands or the water. The rooms are also on the less expensive end of the DVC point scale.

The buildings are designed to feel as if part of a fishing village, and the rooms have balconies where guests can enjoy the warm breeze coming off the marshlands. With an open, Lowcountry feel, the rooms are both cozy and airy. It is important to note that since the resort is built on marshland, many of the buildings are elevated, making some less accessible than others. This is important to remember when booking your room if you or someone in your party has a disability.

Hilton Head Resort itself only has two dining options, both quick-service. Tide Me Over is an outdoor option, great for poolside dining, that has a sea shack vibe. It offers Carolina cooking, burgers, sandwiches, and salads that guests can eat at one of the location’s patio picnic tables or take to-go.

Disney DVC Hilton Head Island Resort dock overlooking marsh

The second location is Signals Seaside Grill, located at the Beach House. Here guests can treat themselves to sandwiches, salads, snacks, and beverages, including refillable mugs. While Signals is open most of the year, it is typically closed in January and parts of February but is a great place to eat by the beach. Since these are quick-service and outdoor locations, both locations usually close in mid-to-late afternoon. However, Hilton Head Island is rife with dining options, all within close walking distance so guests can easily find something delicious for dinner.

With its location on the beach and on an island, and being a Disney resort, there is no shortage of amenities and activities for guests at Hilton Head. The beach itself, of course, is one of the main attractions, as guests have access to twelve miles of the white sandy beach, and guests are able to walk, or take a free shuttle to the Beach House.

The Beach House is not only home to Signals, but is also a fun community area where guests can watch television at Surfmen’s Station or play in the Big Buoy Arcade. The Beach House also has one of the resort’s three pools, the Beach House Pool, which is heated and offers a relaxing area for guests.

The resort does have two other pools, the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper Swimming Pools. The Big Dipper Pool is known for its wraparound Water Tower Slide and its 72,000 gallon heated pool and spa, while younger swimmers can play in the whimsical Little Dipper Pool.

The resort also has other activities, bicycle rentals, fishing, shuffleboard, table tennis, basketball, a fitness area, bingo, campfires, nature walks, and boat rides on Broad Creek to see dolphins. The resort’s Community Hall also offers board games, crafts, and card games.

The island itself also provides plenty of entertainment and activities for guests. The island and surrounding area offer 32 golf courses that are open to the public, as well as over 300 tennis courts, with several local tennis centers to choose from. Across from Hilton Head Resort is the island’s Shelter Cove Harbour. Here guests can enjoy the marina, restaurants, and boutiques, and if they venture a few blocks down, they can find The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The island is also home to the Coastal Discovery Museum and Harbour Town, with one of the world’s most famous lighthouses.

Disney DVC Hilton Head Island Resort sunset view from resort
DVC Hilton Head Island Resort sunset view from resort by Chad Sparkes

While not located beachfront and not having the variety of dining options that most Disney resorts do, Hilton Head Island Resort makes for a fun and relaxing Disney-themed beach vacation. With plenty to explore both at the resort and on the rest of the island, guests have plenty to keep themselves busy and entertained during their vacation. They can also just enjoy the quiet calm of the pools, enjoy the nature walks, and discover more unusual activities such as boat rides to see dolphins. Activities abound both on the resort and the island, and the resort’s rooms make the perfect and cozy respite after a long day or a calm oasis to cap off a day full of relaxing. Unique and charming, Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort is sure to capture your family’s hearts.

Deluxe Studio
Occupancy 4 adults
1 Bedroom
Occupancy 5 adults
2 Bedroom
Occupancy 9 adults
3 Bedroom Grand Villa
Occupancy 12 adults
2020 Point Chart
2020 Point Chart
DVC – Hilton Head Island Resort
Vacation Points Per Night
No Distinct View Types
Deluxe Studio
(Sleeps up to 4)
One Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 9)
Three Bed­room Grand Villa
(Sleeps up to 12)
Adventure SeasonJan 1-31,Dec 1-17,
Sun – Thurs
6 13 19 28
Fri – Sat
12 19 23 39
Weekly
54 103 141 218
Choice SeasonFeb 1-Mar 31,Nov 1-30,Dec 18-31,
Sun – Thurs
10 21 25 47
Fri – Sat
15 28 35 60
Weekly
80 161 195 355
Dream SeasonApr 1-Jun 10,Aug 28-Oct 31,
Sun – Thurs
14 27 33 59
Fri – Sat
23 44 56 95
Weekly
116 223 277 485
Premier SeasonJun 11-Aug 27,
Sun – Thurs
15 31 41 71
Fri – Sat
27 52 66 112
Weekly
129 259 337 579
2021 Point Chart
2021 Point Chart
DVC – Hilton Head Island Resort
Vacation Points Per Night
No Distinct View Types
Deluxe Studio
(Sleeps up to 4)
One Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 9)
Three Bed­room Grand Villa
(Sleeps up to 12)
Travel Period 1Jan 1-31,Dec 1-17,
Sun – Thurs
6 14 20 27
Fri – Sat
12 19 23 39
Weekly
54 108 146 213
Travel Period 2Feb 1-Mar 31,Nov 1-30,Dec 18-31,
Sun – Thurs
10 20 24 47
Fri – Sat
15 29 36 60
Weekly
80 158 192 355
Travel Period 3Apr 1-Jun 10,Aug 28-Oct 31,
Sun – Thurs
14 27 33 59
Fri – Sat
23 44 56 95
Weekly
116 223 277 485
Travel Period 4Jun 11-Aug 27,
Sun – Thurs
15 31 41 71
Fri – Sat
27 52 66 111
Weekly
129 259 337 577
2022 Point Chart
2022 Point Chart
DVC – Hilton Head Island Resort
Vacation Points Per Night
No Distinct View Types
Deluxe Studio
(Sleeps up to 4)
One Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 9)
Three Bed­room Grand Villa
(Sleeps up to 12)
Travel Period 1Jan 1-31,Dec 1-17,
Sun – Thurs
6 14 20 27
Fri – Sat
12 19 23 39
Weekly
54 108 146 213
Travel Period 2Feb 1-Mar 31,Nov 1-30,Dec 18-31,
Sun – Thurs
10 20 24 47
Fri – Sat
15 29 36 60
Weekly
80 158 192 355
Travel Period 3Apr 1-Jun 10,Aug 28-Oct 31,
Sun – Thurs
14 27 33 59
Fri – Sat
23 44 56 95
Weekly
116 223 277 485
Travel Period 4Jun 11-Aug 27,
Sun – Thurs
15 31 41 71
Fri – Sat
27 52 66 111
Weekly
129 259 337 577