- Mar 10, 2007
Disney calls The Grand Floridian their “ flagship” resort. I think that statement right there creates a “ tier”.Not to mention by pricing VGF significantly higher than RIV and then trying to sell RIV as the “value” resort sets the precedent that there are tiers to DVC resorts. And RIV would be a lower tier resort than VGF. To me this is something that DVC has actively tried to avoid. All of their resorts are sold as “deluxe” resorts, wether they are or not is a different story. But actively selling one resort significantly higher than another when both are active would be a clear implication of DVC tiers, and I do not see that happening.