Many Disney Vacation Club (DVC) members are used to enjoying stays at the Disney hotels in Orlando and Anaheim but for the newest property, The Villas at Disneyland Hotel, there’s an additional Transient Occupancy Tax imposed by the City of Anaheim that gets added to the bill.

According to Disney, this tax must be paid before you check out of the hotel and the amount of tax will vary from year to year, and the tax rate is subject to change. For 2023, the tax rate comes in at $2.78 per point so the taxes range from $27.80 per night for the cheapest accommodations in a duo studio during the slowest period up to $556 per night for the poshest 3-Bedroom Villa during the peak period.

Thankfully, they have compiled a helpful tax chart that lets you know exactly how much you’ll be paying on your upcoming stay to lessen the sticker shock on your folio.

At this time, these Transient Occupancy Tax Charts are specific to The Villas at Disneyland Hotel only and there are currently no Transient Occupancy Taxes charged on stays at The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel.