A relaxing tropical paradise with lush landscaping, waterfalls and colorful
birds awaits guests at Disney's Polynesian Resort.
The 853-room Polynesian-themed resort features 11 two- and three-story
longhouses situated on the white sandy beach across the serene Seven
Seas Lagoon from Magic Kingdom.
Guestrooms feature a tropical motif complete with exotic prints and
bamboo-style fixtures. Standard rooms offer two queen-size beds and a
day bed, sleeping five. Suites can accommodate from four to six persons.
The deluxe resort connects to Magic Kingdom and Epcot via monorail,
with bus transportation to Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom,
water parks and other attractions throughout Walt Disney World Resort.
Guests will experience paradise in the Pacific at the interactive “Disney’s
Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show,” set in the beachfront backyard cabana
of a Hawaiian house and featuring authentic Polynesian music and dancing.
The three-course family-style feast includes tropical appetizers, lanai
roasted chicken, Polynesian wild rice, South Seas vegetables, beverages
Kids can join in the adventures of Peter Pan at The Neverland Club,
an entertaining child-care facility including dinner, toys and games
in a themed area.
Dining options include 'Ohana, located on the second floor of the Great
Ceremonial House, featuring a character breakfast and a family-style
Polynesian feast where meats and seafood are grilled over an open fire
pit. The Kona Cafe, a unique family restaurant, is open for breakfast,
lunch and dinner. Sandwiches, ice cream and pizza are available 24 hours
a day at Captain Cook's Snack and Ice Cream Company.
Shopping options include island fashions, bathing suits and casual sportswear.
Guests at Disney’s Polynesian Resort also enjoy a fabulous, kid-friendly
pool, called the Nanea (or “tranquil”) pool. It features
a giant volcano, waterfall and waterslide and includes a “zero-entry” feature
for guests with disabilities. Resembling a beachfront shoreline, the
architectural feature offers guests a gradual ramp into the water. Guests
with disabilities are invited to use special wheelchairs provided by
the resort to help them enjoy the pool.