Exploring Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows is a tropical paradise just outside of the Magic Kingdom. It opened in 2015 and consists of the Bora Bora, Moorea, Pago Pago, and Tokelau buildings. Join us as we explore Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows and discover why the Polynesian is a favorite for so many DVC members!
The Polynesian is located on the monorail loop, making it a great place to stay for days at the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT or simply resort hopping to the Grand Floridian and Contemporary. From the DVC buildings, it’s also easy to walk to the Ticket and Transportation Center. This makes it even faster to get to EPCOT than taking the monorail resort line and transferring to the EPCOT line!
Classic Disney Dining
There are so many delicious dining options at the Polynesian, and it’s home to some Disney classics like ‘Ohana noodles and bread pudding, Kona Cafe’s macadamia nut pancakes and Tonga toast, and Capt. Cook’s pulled pork nachos. You can even get Dole Whip from Pineapple Lanai–no need to go into the parks for it! Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto is a destination in its own right with its fun drinks and theming.
With its location along the Seven Seas Lagoon, the Polynesian offers beautiful views of the Magic Kingdom. This includes fireworks views! You can view them best from the beach, boat dock, Lake View Deluxe Studios, Bungalows, or even ‘Ohana!
Speaking of Bungalows, these stunning two bedroom accommodations are unique to the Polynesian. They are right on the Seven Seas Lagoon and sleep up to 8 guests. The Bungalows include features like a private patio and plunge pool.
The Polynesian is also home to some of the largest Deluxe Studios among the DVC resorts. Unlike most Deluxe Studios, those at the Polynesian have 2 showers, which is such a great perk for families.