Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Overview
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is one of the original resorts when the Magic Kingdom opened in 1971. It has gone through renovations over the years, but one thing that has never changed is being immersed in the spirit of the South pacific. The tropical setting with many palm trees, tropical vegetation, and Hawaiian music brings the island ambience to your senses.
There are many places to dine at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. ‘Ohana which means “family” is one of the most sought-after diner reservation restaurants at Walt Disney World. Another favorite is Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show which includes an enchanting luau, Polynesian dancing, Hula dancing and even Fire dancing. The enchanted flavors of the many restaurants at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort can be yours at home. Make them from scratch or use one of our pre-measured spice kits to bring your favorite dining memory home from the Walt Disney World resort.
Resort Category: Deluxe Resort
Resort Area: Magic Kingdom Resort Area
Number of Rooms: 847 + 380
Room Size: ~415 – 485 sq-ft
Specialty Rooms: Villas and Bungalows
Room Rates: $452 – $2272 USD per night (plus tax, etc)
1600 Seven Seas Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-8423