A little-known fact about the Disney resorts in Scotts-dale and surrounding areas is that most of them have nothing to do with the Disney brand.
There are, of course, resorts in the towns of Disney Springs, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World Resort and Epcot, but those aren’t the real theme parks, and they don’t offer any Disney attractions.
Instead, there are hotels, resorts and vacation homes that cater to the needs of the affluent, wealthy and well-connected.
Disney resorts have all the trappings of a well-regarded resort: they have the famous and iconic attractions and the best hotels, pools and pools of their kind.
But the Disney resort brands themselves have fallen short of those of the real estate sector.
The resorts in question have become the real-estate equivalent of the malls of the 1950s.
The most famous of those is the Grand Hyatt, a hotel with rooms priced at $1,800 per night.
That hotel was built to be the ultimate Disney resort.
But now, it’s nothing more than a luxury resort with a pool.
Other popular Disney resorts that don’t have to cater to high-end guests include the Epcot and Disney’s Animal Kingdom parks, but there are plenty of other options, including Disney’s SeaWorld Resort.
There are also a few other resort brands in town, but they’re often far less desirable than Grand Hyatts.
One of the reasons for the decline of the Grand Resort brand is that it has become less expensive.
The average price of a hotel room in the resort area has declined by about 20% since the end of the recession in 2008, according to a 2017 report from real estate website Realtor.com.
In other words, the average price for a hotel in the area has dropped by more than 30% over the past five years.
However, the resort is still a big draw for affluent tourists.
A 2015 report from the National Association of Realtors found that the average number of guests per day at the resort was 4,800 in 2015.
Another trend that’s been going on for a while is that the resorts have been getting smaller.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the Grand Hotel was a huge attraction, and it served as a backdrop to Disneyland.
The resort also provided the backdrop for the movie Sleeping Beauty, a Disney classic.
It also served as the setting for a number of Disney movies including Aladdin and Hercules.
But that era of Disney resorts has passed.
Today, the majority of resorts are either hotels or resorts catering to the affluent.
In contrast, the number of vacation homes is down significantly, and the number catering to higher-end families has declined.
In fact, in 2016, the National Realtoring Council reported that vacation homes in the United States declined by 2% over last year, while the number that were occupied by vacation homes was up 7%.
Disney resorts are also in some ways more expensive than resorts that are in town to cater for high-cost guests.
Disney’s Sea World Resort has been one of the most expensive resorts in town.
At Disney World, guests can stay for just $50 per night, but a $5,000 room is a lot more expensive at SeaWorld than it is at Grand Hyott.
The cheapest rooms at Seaworld are $3,600 per night and rooms at the park’s hotels cost $6,500 per night to $8,000 per night depending on the pool.