The islands will call you to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, the next stop on our Disney Pocket Guide tour plan. This resort celebrates the spirit of the South Pacific, while offering guests some of the most amazing views of Magic Kingdom Park.
Just in time for the 50sth Celebrating the anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort, this iconic resort now offers reinvented rooms inspired by the movie “Moana” from Walt Disney Animation Studios. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort offers spectacular views of the rooms and the rooms can accommodate five adults and the suites can accommodate eight adults. Need more space for your party? Disney Polynesian bungalows are the perfect solution. With a full kitchen, spacious dining areas and living room and washer and dryer, it is your home away from home. And with washers and dryers, can it be said that there are no clothes when you get home?
planDisney Type: We recommend a stay in the bungalows on the water. The soft sound of the water around you will give you a good night’s sleep after a busy day in the parks.
When it comes to transportation, this resort offers several comfortable ways to travel, including the monorail and its newly updated station. Guests can also enjoy a refreshing water taxi ride to Magic Kingdom Park or transportation from Walt Disney World Bus to other theme parks and Disney Springs. All of the aforementioned transportation options are free for guests at Walt Disney World Resort.
planDisney Type: The Walt Disney World monorail system runs from 30 minutes before the park’s first opening to an hour after the park’s last closure.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort definitely doesn’t disappoint when it comes to food. Let’s start with two words … Tonga Toast. This divine delight and many other tasty items can be found in the Kona Café, which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Another favorite Disney plan is’ Ohana. Located in the Gran Casa Cerimonial, this restaurant offers family-style meals with a unique themed dining experience. Captain Cook’s service offers a quick service for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And oh yeah, you can also get Tonga Toast here! However, we can’t talk about food and drink at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort not to mention Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto. Enjoy alcoholic and non-alcoholic soft drinks in this oasis while fun and surprises await you.
planDisney Type: The whole family can enjoy a visit to the Sam Grog Grotto from the opening until 20:00. From 20:00, only visitors aged 21 and over can visit it.
An island oasis wouldn’t be complete without water, and what about two amazing pools? Get ready to have a great time in the lava pool, with an imposing volcano, a waterfall and a 142-foot water slide. The entrance to the zero depth pool will make you feel like you are on the beach. Does tranquility increase speed? Be sure to grab a chair and your favorite book at the Oasis Pool. This is the perfect pool to relax and unwind.
planDisney Type: In the evening, visit Pineapple Lanai for a delicious DOLE Whip before sitting on the beach and enjoying a beautiful view of the nightly fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park.
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