Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

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Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Resort

***IMPORTANT NOTE: The Polynesian Village Resort is undergoing heavy construction throughout most of 2015. The main lobby is nearly finished, but the volcano feature pool is being completely reconstructed and a Disney Vacation Club section is being added, including over water bungalows. Check out REFURBISHMENTS & CLOSURES PAGE and DAILY BLOG for the latest details. Pics of the new lobby here.***


Category: Deluxe

Location: Magic Kingdom Monorail Loop / Seven Seas Lagoon

Rooms: 847

Opened: 1971

Click Here for the Polynesian Village Resort Map (2014 edition)

600 Seven Seas Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Phone: 407-824-2000 Fax: 407-824-3174



Type: Standard rooms have 2 queens or 1 king plus a daybed; sleeps up to 5 guests.

Room Size: Standard room is 415 sq ft.

Concierge Club Level: The King Kamehameha Club, Hawaii building.

Child Care: Lilo’s Playhouse kids club

Price: Standard rooms range $405 – $840 non-discounted rates. Club Level concierge $545 – $1050. Visit our Travel Deals page for current discounts.

Key Room Features: Deluxe resort rooms offer enough room to spread out and relax. Rooms have two queen beds, a sleeper sofa, lounge chair with ottoman, a desk, 2 closets, 2 dressers, and a small private balcony or patio. Unfortunately, the sofa is on the same wall as the TV.  All rooms have a mini fridge and coffee maker. The vanity is separate from the shower/bathroom and has two sinks. Rooms with a view of Magic Kingdom are available.



  • Kona Cafe table service restaurant
  • ‘Ohana table service restaurant (family style)
  • Captain Cook’s quick service restaurant
  • Spirit of Aloha dinner show
  • Kona Island coffee and sushi bar
  • Room service



Direct monorail to Magic Kingdom, one transfer to Epcot. The Contemporary and Grand Floridian resorts are also on the Magic Kingdom monorail loop. Boats also travel to the Magic Kingdom. Bus transport to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, all water parks, and Downtown Disney. Buses are often shared with the Contemporary and Grand Floridian, so rides to Animal Kingdom and water parks can take a very long time.

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