• On Mar 25, 2021
    Nancy from MA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where can I find the list of hotels for RCI??

    Thank you for stopping by planDisney, Nancy! I love the flexibility of my Disney Vacation Club Membership and the ability to use my Vacation Points for stays at Disney Vacation Club Resorts, Disney Destinations, cruises on Disney Cruise Line, and stays all over the world with RCI exchange resorts.

    You can find a list of RCI resorts and hotels by selecting World Collection – RCI on the Destinations drop-down menu on the Disney Vacation Club website. You can then filter your selections by choosing various locations around the world or vacation types. Please note that exchanging with RCI is final. Any points associated with a canceled RCI accommodation can only be used for another RCI exchange accommodation. You can read more about the booking guidelines for RCI accommodations on the RCI - How to Book page

    I hope this information helps you to book your next adventure using your Disney Vacation Club Membership! Please stop back by planDisney if we can help answer any more of your vacation questions or offer you any tips, tricks, or recommendations.

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Hi! I'm Angie, an Air Force wife from The Sunshine State! I am so happy to share my love and passion for travel, Disney vacation planning, and the magic of a Disney Vacation Club Membership. My family and I have been enjoying our Vacation Club Membership since 2012 and have discovered a whole new world by taking incredible Walt Disney World vacations, cruises on Disney Cruise Line, and have even made a trip to Disneyland Paris. I would love to help you experience the most magical vacation possible!  Learn More About Angie

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