Description: Disney’s Polynesian Resort is a little bit of Polynesia in Orlando. The main building “Great Ceremonial House” houses restaurants and guest services, and all of the rooms are contained in outer building reminiscent of ancient Polynesian lodging. Great views of the Magic Kingdom from the grounds and many rooms.
Amenities: Disney’s Polynesian Resort features a newly installed pool with a volcano and waterslide, a white sand beach, health club and watercraft rentals. Childcare is available at Neverland Club, for children aged 4 – 12.
Rooms: Standard rooms are approximately 409 Square Feet, and feature two Queens size beds, a day bed a sitting area and private balcony. Rooms feature either a standard view or Lagoon view. Concierge service is also available.
Transportation: The Polynesian Resort is located on the monorail, and is within walking distance to the Ticket and Transportation Center. The monorail serves the Magic Kingdom, and you may transfer the the ECPOT monorail at the Ticket and Transportation Center. There is also bus service to Disney-MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom Park and Downtown Disney directly from the resort.
Cost: Garden view rooms start at $299 during value season up to $459 during the Holidays. Lagoon view rooms start at $375 during value season up to $540 during the Holidays. Other rooms are available.
Kona Cafe: Casual cafe with the world’s best breakfasts’
‘OHana: Family style meal around a huge open firepit. Character breakfast available.
Spirit of Aloha Luau: Authentic luau featuring firedancing and hula dancing
Official Disney Link: Disney’s Polynesian Resort