Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows is a Deluxe Villa Resort located in the Magic Kingdom Resort Area on the monorail loop around Seven Seas Lagoon. Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific in this tropical oasis. The lush atmosphere of this resort transports guests to a polynesian paradise.
There are 2 pools at this resort. The featured pool – Lava Pool – features a towering volcano with a 142 foot-long water slide winding through it! This pool offers zero-entry and a nearby splash area with smaller water slides and water fun. Guests can enjoy recreational activities such as motorized boat rentals, Polynesian campfire activities, fishing, and a view of the Electrical Water Pageant. Other amenities include a jogging trail, self-service laundry, movies under the stars, and Senses spa & fitness center. Guests are transported to Magic Kingdom by monorail or boat, Epcot by monorail, and the other theme parks and Disney Springs via complimentary buses.
Guests have several room categories to choose from. Deluxe Studio – Standard View rooms have 1 queen bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, in addition to 1 single pull down bed and can sleep 5 adults. These rooms have views of the parking areas or landscaping. Rooms can be upgraded to Deluxe Studio – Lake View. Studios include a kitchenette with small fridge and microwave, and a balcony.
This resort also offers Bungalows perched over Seven Seas Lagoon. Great for families, these Bungalows include a full kitchen, a dining area, private deck with plunge pool. They sleep up to 8 adults with 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 2 single pull down beds.
Quick service dining options here include Capt. Cook’s, Kona Island, Tambu Lounge, and Oasis Bar & Grill. Table service restaurants are ‘Ohana and Kona Café. Specialty dining options include Highway in the Sky Dine Around and Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show.
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Written by Adjunct Professor Leah Ferguson, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak