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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

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Disney’s Polynesian Resort embodies the spirit of a tropical island with its swaying palm trees, flickering tiki torches, exotic foods, and island ambiance. Guests can enjoy gorgeous moonlit nights immersed in the outdoor island ambiance and discover the signature tropical atmosphere that has made Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort a favorite Disney destination since 1971.

At Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, guests can escape to an enchanting oasis with an island ambiance that evokes the languid spirit of the South Pacific. Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows makes its home at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

Rooms:

The resort has 480+ guest rooms, 20 Bungalows, and 5 Suites. Guest rooms offer views of Magic Kingdom, Seven Seas Lagoon, pool, marina, garden, Monorail, or parking area. Standard rooms come with either two queen-size beds & one single day bed or one king-size bed and one single day bed. The resort recently updated Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort with gorgeous updates, including new Moana-themed rooms! Guest rooms and suites provide views of landscaping, parking area, or lake. All bungalows have a lake view.

Guests choosing Club Level accommodations at the King Kamehameha Club receive personalized concierge service and lounge with continental breakfast, midday snacks and evening wine, hors d’oeuvres, cordials, and desserts.

Dining:

The resort has three table-service restaurants, one quick-service spot, five bars and lounges, and a pineapple lanai.

Table-Service

Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show:

For guests that love the experience of a tropical luau, this dinner show is not to be missed! Experience the “aloha spirit” fiery dance performances while enjoying an all-you-care-to-enjoy feast.

Kona Café:

Dine on American cuisine with an Asian continental flair, featuring an open kitchen showcasing the talents of sushi chefs. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

‘Ohana:

This restaurant welcomes guests with true Hawaiian hospitality and delicious tropical drinks in a Polynesian-themed setting. Guests can enjoy a character breakfast with Lilo & Stitch or enjoy quality family time at a festive Polynesian-themed dinner. 

Quick-Service

Capt. Cook’s:

This quick-service spot offers South-Seas inspired offerings – from breakfast, lunch and dinner to late night.

Pineapple Lanai:

It wouldn’t be a true Polynesian-themed resort without Dole Whip! Enjoy traditional soft serve swirls and floats, which are also available in souvenir Tiki Sippers or Bowls! 

Bars and Lounges

Barefoot Pool Bar:

This South Pacific-inspired oasis at the base of looming Nanea Volcano offers delicious bites and refreshing drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

Kona Island:

Guests can get coffee beverages and pastries in the morning, then made-to-order sushi at the sushi bar and appetizers starting from noon.

Oasis Bar & Grill:

This bar and grill offers healthy salads as well as items from the grill – including burgers, wings and more. 

Tambu Lounge – Great Ceremonial House:

This enchanted water hole is a tribute to the tiki god. It features a bar full of tropical libations and Hawaiian-inspired pupus.

Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto:

Enjoy tropical drinks at this tranquil hideaway for an enchanting evening. Explore the whimsically themed lounge with ancient artifacts and exotic treasures, or set sail for the open-air Tiki Terrace for a relaxing sip or nibble under the starry sky.

Pool:

Disney’s Polynesian Resort has two pools, each with its own unique vibe. The Lava Pool

features a towering volcano, a waterfall, and a thrilling 142 foot-long waterslide. A zero-depth entry point, similar to a beach, slopes gently into the pool making for easy entry and exit. 

The Oasis Pool is an all-ages leisure pool nestled amid a lush garden. This pool offers a more tranquil swim for those looking to relax and unwind.

Resort Activities:

Disney’s Polynesian Resort offers special activities throughout the week for those guests who want to spend time enjoying the resort. During the day, guests can enjoy laying out amongst tropical palm trees and tiki torches in the sunshine. The resort offers boat rentals at the Seven Seas Marina or a guided fishing catch-and-release excursion for guests who want to get out on the water. There is also a sandy volleyball court between the Hawaii and Tahiti buildings. A 1-mile-long path along the lagoon connects Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort for those who want to go jogging with spectacular views of Magic Kingdom.

Guests can take part in Hula Dance Lessons to learn the traditional Polynesian dance or take part in the Lava Pool Party to take part in contests, relays and musical activities! Fun for the whole family also includes games such a Disney Trivia, Bingo, Are You Smarter Than… and Name That Singer.

The resort offers Polynesian Village Campfire Activities in the evenings where friends and family can gather ‘round the fire and roast marshmallows for smores. Movies Under the Stars takes place nightly with complimentary screenings of favorite Disney films on the Great Ceremonial House Lawn. The legendary Electrical Water Pageant floats through the waters of Seven Seas Lagoon.

Parking and Disney Parks Transportation:

Bus service to Walt Disney World Resort Theme Parks, Water Parks, and Disney Springs.

Monorail service to Magic Kingdom Park and—with one transfer—EPCOT.

Water Launch service to Magic Kingdom Park or Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

Standard overnight self-parking is available to registered Guests for a fee that will be applied to their hotel folio upon check-out. Parking for Disney Deluxe Resorts is $25 per night. Valet parking is also available for $33 per night.

Spa & Fitness:

*No spa or fitness center at this resort

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