Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Magic Kingdom Area

Children's Activity Centers - Closing Permanently:   July 31 2018 will be the last day of operation for the Children's Activity Centers.  Kid's Nite Out will remain available for Guests looking for a child or babysitter service.

19-27 January 2020
 Disney`s Spirit of Aloha dinner show at Disney`s Polynesian Village Resort will be closed for maintenance.

MONORAIL -Ongoing  2018

The Walt Disney World Resort Monorail System is undergoing refurbishment and may be on modified service and/or routes.  If Guests plan to use this transportation option during their visit they should check to be sure of the best option available on their travel day as alternative transportation options will be available,

PLEASE NOTE that as from 1st Jan 2020 nightly parking charges will apply - (payable locally & subject to change)

Overview

Soak up the sun on your Disney holiday at this fabulous resort paradise that celebrates the tranquil spirit and picturesque splendour of the South Seas islands. Enjoy South Pacific architecture, dense landscaping, banana trees, hibiscus and lookout for the native Hawaiian Kukai tree, the only one of its kind in Florida. The Poly, as it’s affectionately known, lives up to high standards from the moment you step into the Great Ceremonial House, until you see the wicker-and-bamboo rooms in the two and three-storey longhouses. Many people like Disney’s Polynesian Resort for convenience: you can step out of the lobby onto the monorail platform and be whisked off to begin your magical memories at Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park. Rooms are airy and have a tropical feel with bamboo and wood décor, whilst outside there's a white sandy beach, bound to be a sure-fire hit with everyone and don’t miss Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show; an all-you-care-to-eat family-style South Seas feast. The pool is a big hit, with its waterfalls, caves and slides. Parents, take time to relax as the kids go off to enjoy Lilo's Playhouse Kids Club, a child-care facility for children aged 4-12 years, themed around many Classic Disney movies. Top Tip:  Unwind at the end of a busy park day watching your favourite Disney Movies Under the Stars

Dining

 

‘Ohana

Open for breakfast and dinner, Mickey and Friends host a daily breakfast here. At dinnertime, it’s a family-style, all-you-can-eat Polynesian feast, with meats and seafood grilled over an open fire.

Kona Cafe

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this casual restaurant starts with an American-style breakfast, but lunch and dinner have an Asian flair. Freshly roasted Kona coffee is prepared in a press pot. Disney's Spirit of Aloha Show - Celebrate the rich traditions of Polynesia with an all-you-care-to-eat family-style South Seas feast in our open-air dining theatre.

Captain Cook’s

Explore the American cuisine offered at this convenient quick service restaurant. Specialties include pastries, hamburgers, salads, pizzas, fresh fruit and novelty ice cream treats. It's a real discovery!

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bed Rooms

rooms available max price per room qty
Standard View 5 x user
Garden View - Club Level 5 x user
Lagoon View 5 x user
Lagoon View - Club Level 5 x user
Theme Park View 5 x user
Theme Park View - Club Level 5 x user
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  • binoculars
    Balcony/Patio
  • coffee
    Coffee maker
  • airplay
    Flatscreen TV
  • oven
    Full Kitchen
  • snowflake
    Full-Size Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • hanger
    In room washer/dryer
  • In-Room Safe
  • wifi
    Internet Free WiFi Service
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • snowflake
    Mini Fridge
  • Telephone with Voicemail