The Disney Vacation Club timeshare program is expanding at the Disneyland Resort with a new wing at the Disneyland Hotel debuting this September.

First approved during the pandemic, The Villas at Disneyland Hotel are contained in a new 12-story tower along Walnut Street on the western edge of Disney’s Anaheim property. Disney public relations manager Heather Concannon wrote on the official Disney Parks Blog that the new rooms will “blend timeless Walt Disney Animation Studios classics with contemporary designs.”

Rooms will feature art from Disney films ranging from “The Jungle Book” to “Frozen” to “The Princess and the Frog.”

A studio room at the new DVC tower (Disney)

The most expensive room will be a three-bedroom, multi-level Grand Villa that can sleep up to 12 guests. The space will include a full kitchen, dining area and a double-sided fireplace, as well as a private balcony.

Grand Villa at the new Disneyland Hotel DVC tower (Disney)

DVC members can make reservations for the new tower starting March 15. Disneyland Magic Key passholders will get the next chance to book starting March 16, followed by the general public on March 17.