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5 Reasons to Stay at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is one of the deluxe resorts at Walt Disney World. Surrounded by tropical flora, this visually appealing retreat makes you feel as if you are vacationing on a tropical island. Here’s our 5 reasons why you should choose the Polynesian Resort for your next Walt Disney World stay.





Location





Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is another Disney resort located on the monorail line. You can take the monorail to the Magic Kingdom or to the other resort hotels on the monorail line (Grand Floridian and Contemporary). In the evening you can watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the resort beach.





Rooms

All of the rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Villages Resort can sleep up to 5 adults. The rooms are spacious with lovely Polynesian decor throughout. The bathroom has two sinks, a hairdryer, a full tub and lots of counter space. These rooms are great for larger families or guests that want to have a lot of room to spread out.

Pools

There are two amazing pools at the Polynesian Resort. 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. For a more relaxing pool experience head to the Oasis pool. Nestled amid a lush garden, this all-ages leisure pool promises a more tranquil swim for those looking to relax and unwind.

Dining Options

One of the most popular restaurants on Disney property is located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. ‘Ohana lets you enjoy breakfast with Lilo and Stitch and enjoy a dinner of Hawaiian-flavored specialties, music, and fun. Reservations are highly recommended as ‘Ohana fills up fast! Capt. Cook’s is a quick-service restaurant and is one of the best quick-service restaurants of any Walt Disney World resort. You get tremendous value and flavor for the price. Kona Cafe is another table-service location and was one of my favorites on my last trip. For breakfast, I had the popular Tonga Toast and it was everything I was hoping for! Those are just a few of the great dining locations at the Polynesian Resort!

Theming 

I love all of the tropical theming and vibe at the Polynesian Resort! You really feel like you are in the middle of the South Pacific. When you check-in at the Polynesian you are greeted with a warm Hawaiian welcome complete with flower leis. The resort is also adorned with lush gardens and there’s a beach that offers amazing views!

Staying at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is definitely on my personal bucket list! Is it on yours too? If so, contact me today! I’m a travel agent with Amazing Magical Adventures, a Disney earmarked agency, and my services are complimentary. I can help you plan and book a magical vacation you won’t soon forget!

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Sara

Sara is a travel agent based in Alaska. Due to her extreme dislike of winter, she travels often to warmer destinations during the colder months. She visits the Disney parks and resorts frequently with her family and loves helping other families plan magical vacations.
Sara


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