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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Google Logo 4.7 Google reviews (21601)
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Apr 2024
£2799 pp
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Nov 2024
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Dec 2024
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Feb 2025
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Mar 2025
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Apr 2025
£4269 pp
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Overview

Overview

Immerse yourself in holiday heaven at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, a luxurious 5-star getaway which creates a South Seas paradise adventure. There’s never a dull moment in this family-friendly escape in Orlando, home of world-famous theme p...

Immerse yourself in holiday heaven at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, a luxurious 5-star getaway which creates a South Seas paradise adventure. There’s never a dull moment in this family-friendly escape in Orlando, home of world-famous theme parks and fabulous attractions. Torchlit walkways, the soothing sounds of distant drums, tropical palms, lavish luaus and relaxing waves on silky sands are among the delights which await. Key attractions at the resort include movies under the stars, several glistening swimming pools, jogging trails, a cutting-edge gym, catch-and-release fishing excursions, old-fashioned campfire nights and an electrical water pageant. You’ll spend heavenly nights in a tastefully-appointed room or suite and culinary delights at a host of top-class dining venues will satisfy the most discerning palate. Guests also enjoy the benefits of complimentary transportation throughout nearby Walt Disney World, while the resort monorail will take you to the magnificent Epcot Centre.

Distance from the resort centre

The resort is within easy reach of shops, restaurants and theme park attractions in Orlando.

Distance from the airport

Orlando International Airport is approximately 22km away from Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.

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Accommodation
Theme Park View
  • Patio or balcony
  • Table and chairs
  • Views of Magic Kingdom Park and Seven Seas Lagoon
  • 2 queen-size beds and a day bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities

Standard View
  • Patio or balcony
  • Table and chairs
  • Views of garden, monorail or parking area
  • 2 queen-size beds and a day bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities

1 Bedroom Suite - Club Level
  • Patio or balcony
  • Table and chairs
  • Views of marina
  • 2 queen-size beds and a day bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities

King Kamehameha Suite - Club Level
  • Patio or balcony
  • Table and chairs
  • Views of Cinderella Castle and the marina
  • 2 queen-size beds and a day bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities

Deluxe Studio - Lake View
  • Patio or balcony with lake view
  • Table and chairs
  • Queen-size bed, queen-size pull-down bed and 1 single pull-down bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities


Facilities

Facilities

  • Swimming pools
  • Kids pool
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Fitness centre
  • Movies under the stars
  • Spa services
  • Playground
  • Campfire activities
  • Jogging trails
  • Volleyball
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary bus to and from all Disney theme parks and water parks
  • 24-hour ATM machines
  • Currency exchange
  • Electrical water pageant
  • Disney watercraft transportation
  • Housekeeping service
  • Disney signature services
  • Resort concierge
  • Business centre

Dining

Dining

Capt. Cook’s

  • Classic and South Seas-inspired fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Kona Cafe

  • Continental cuisine with an Asian flair for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Oasis Bar & Grill

  • Snacks and drinks

Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto

  • Snacks, sushi, cocktails and more

Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace

  • American and Polynesian snacks
  • Cocktails and live music

Kona Island

  • Pastries, sushi rolls, drinks and more

’Ohana

  • Bountiful breakfasts and Polynesian-inspired dinners

Tambu Lounge – Great Ceremonial House

  • Tropical drinks and Hawaiian-inspired snacks

Pineapple Lanai

  • Sweet treats and homage to the pineapple

Barefoot Pool Bar

  • Tiki drinks, snacks and cocktails
  • Pacific-inspired setting

Hotel Reviews
Google Logo 4.7 Google reviews (21601)
Jack Owen
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort is truly a gem, with its unbeatable location that effortlessly captures the magic of the nearby Magic Kingdom. Situated directly across the lake, the resort offers a front-row seat to the enchanting 8:00 fireworks display every night, elevating the overall experience for guests. The hotel itself is a masterpiece, adorned with lush tropical plants that create a captivating atmosphere as you stroll through the resort. The attention to detail extends to every corner, providing a delightful experience in its own right. The allure of the surroundings is further enhanced by the mesmerizing beauty of the Polynesian Village Resort. Families will find joy in the meticulously designed pool area, where the water slide adds an extra layer of excitement for the little ones. The staff, without exception, exudes courtesy and warmth, contributing to the overall positive ambiance of the resort. A special commendation is reserved for the dedicated room attendants who consistently went above and beyond to ensure our stay was exceptional. Our room was nothing short of amazing, thanks to their meticulous efforts in creating a welcoming and personalized environment. In summary, Disney's Polynesian Village Resort offers not only a prime location but also a harmonious blend of beauty, comfort, and exceptional service that transforms each stay into a truly magical experience.

Aaron Ansari
4.5 stars actually. This is a great venue, with a wonderful location on the water rail. The roads have mostly been updated, at the restaurant dining, due to capacity and demand very scarce. Recommend making reservations 90 days in advance. Cost is also another factor here, very expensive, but they don’t seem to be having any issues selling their room, so, clearly it hasn’t crossed the threshold where people aren’t willing to pay. Wonderful ambience, great staff, and and iconic and memorable experience.

Wendy Porter
THE FRONT DESK STAFF. This outlines my check-in experience at the Polynesian, our first visit to Disney World since the pandemic with my husband and three children. Despite our excitement and significant investment of over $10,000 in accommodations for 5 day 6 nights and park tickets, our arrival was met with disappointment. Upon entering the deluxe resort's lobby, I was surprised to find staff preoccupied with their devices, lacking in attentiveness and hospitality. Despite providing my identification and securing the room with a payment method, the check-in process felt impersonal and rushed. Notably, crucial information regarding resort amenities, dining plans that we purchased and where unaware how it worked. we were expected to find room location never once being at the Polynesian resort. Subsequent interactions with staff yielded similar results, further diminishing the expected Disney experience. The lack of guidance on the dining plan led to missed opportunities for meals and beverages, even with attempts to address the issue with management resulting in a less-than-satisfactory resolution. Every time I brought any issues to cast member to front desk such as me not being able to charge items to my room from my magic bad that I bought got 60 dollars no one seems to be able to fix it and would just "reset the pin" which I word did 10 times never got it to work for the whole week. This departure from the usual standard of excellence encountered at other deluxe resorts was disheartening, prompting hesitation towards future stays at the Polynesian or Disney properties altogether. I am giving a 2 star for how close it was to magic Kingdom but it by far NOT deluxe by any standards. There were not many options on the resort other than Captain Hooks, and upstairs had Ohana and the other sit down restaurant, but both upstairs restaurant needed reservations way in advance to be able to be seated, and you also have the convenience store upstairs we can grab snacks however everything was mediocre after the first two days, the food was repetitive and we were hoping the menu would change at Captain cooks, but it didn’t so my kids just ordered pizza over and over again even they got tired of it. We did have the dining plan, so we did our sit-down dinners at the parks and the quick service at the resort. I do believe resort guests should get first dibs on reservations if they are staying on property.

M B
The famous Polynesian resort, the ambience and decor is beautiful. The rooms are very nice, you can’t beat watching the Magic Kingdom, fireworks from your own balcony, or as your kids swim in the pool. The restaurants are very good as well, monorail, boat, and bus transportation are available. The only thing that people should consider, is at the lobby of the hotel, sort of feels like Grand Central Station. It’s always very loud, echoey, and busy. There are a lot of people who are always coming and going visiting the resort, and eating at the restaurants. So if you’re wanting a more homey hotel lobby situation, this hotel is not it.

Brent McDonald
Pretty good. Pretty, pretty, pretty good. A room that's as nice as your local Marriott, with above average guest areas and theming, and a fantastic location. I just wish there was easier transportation to two of the four parks. Waiting for loud, crowded, smelly busses doesn't feel very ”deluxe" on half your theme park days. Also very loud in your rooms at night if you are near the main area, but it luckily ends at ten. I really appreciate Disney making such good ADA rooms though, which made it much better for a family member who needed one. I really appreciate the thoughtfulness that went into the room, making her stay so much better.


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Apr 2024
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Dec 2024
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