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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Over Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Insiders tipReserveer een kamer met Theme Park View en u geniet van een mooi uitzicht over Magic Kingdom of Seven Seas Lagoon en bekijk in de avond vanuit uw kamer de magische vuurwerkshow.
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- 11 Restaurants & Bars
- 2 Zwembaden
- Gratis vervoer naar de parken
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"Great monorail resort!"
We just spent two nights in a standard view room at the Polynesia Resort and really enjoyed our stay. Just to get the minor issues out of the way - the parking was very limited when the resort is full. There was plenty of valet parking available, but we did not want to pay the extra for the service. Once we found a parking spot, walking up to the resort was not very long and the entrance and lobby were great. Check-in went smoothly, but trying to find our building was tricky when it is dark out. The next morning we found the shower head to be very weak and was not as strong as we would have liked. We also found the quick-service restaurant to have limited offerings compared to other resorts. There are a few sit-down options, but we wanted to maximize our time elsewhere. Now for the good stuff! Our room was the largest room (in this category) we have been in at any Disney resort. We had no issues with using the pack-and-play and still able to walk around without feeling cluttered. We also had a view of the monorail from our room. The kids loved it and spent some time just waiting for it to go by. Speaking of the monorail, it was very easy to get to on the second floor of the main building. Having this convenience is worth the extra money when coming back from the MNSSHP with two sleeping kids in a double stroller (not having to wake them up to get on the tram or in the car was amazing!). The views around the property are also amazing and a great view of the castle. The pool area looked like a lot of fun, but we were not able to partake this trip. In the end, we liked Grand Floridian better, but there is also a higher premium to stay there. This was a less-expensive option compared to the other two monorail options. If you are able to score a good deal at this resort, HIGHLY recommended!!
"Review of Disney's Polynesian Resort, Moorea Building, Rooms 2019 and 2020"
We just got back from a fabulous vacation at Walt Disney World! Hereâ€™s my thoughts and experiences at Disneyâ€™s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows Arrival: Pulling up to the front lobby, expect to see valetâ€™s there to help you unpack and park your car. Since we were staying on the DVC side, we parked our own vehicle in the DVC parking lot. I unpacked my own luggage close to our building, but my in-laws had their luggage unpacked by the valet and brought to their room. They still parked their own car. I bring this up because looking at our hotel charges, we found they were being billed $25 a night for valet parking. The front desk was very helpful in getting those charges taken off the bill. Be sure to check your hotel charges If you do end up getting your luggage brought to your room. Lobby and Pool: The Great Ceremonial House is where youâ€™ll find the front desk, concierge, gift shops, ATM, and restaurants. It is divided into two floors with the Monorail station, Kona Cafe (table service), and Ohana on the top floor. on the bottom floor youâ€™ll find Captain Cookâ€™s (quick service), Spirit of Aloha (show) and the big gift shop. This lobby can get VERY busy with guests from all around coming for Ohana and Spirit of Aloha. The Polynesian has two pool areas, a quiet pool on the east side of the property and a more active main pool right behind the Great Ceremonial House. The main pool itself has a zero entry section, great for little kids and folks that just want to sit in shallow water. You will also find that there is a large â€œvolcanoâ€ that feeds a huge water slide and water fall into the main pool. Right next to the volcano, there is a kidâ€™s water recreation area with fountains, water cannons, buckets, and itâ€™s own water slides. All of these were a hit with our kids. The hot tub was a family favorite as well. We loved the horizon style edge with the water overflowing off the side of the tub. On the volcanoâ€™s north side (facing Seven Seas Lagoon) there is a walk up bar for food and drink. There is also a cabinet of fresh towels as well as a large rack of swimming vests for kidâ€™s who cannot or need help to swim. The Room: We stayed in rooms 2019 and 2020, located on the second floor of the Moorea building. Everything looked and felt new in our studio rooms! I loved the teak wood look through out in the sliding doors and molding. Each room came with a queen size bed, a fold out couch, and a pull down single bed located underneath the huge 55â€ TV. Both my kids loved the couch and pull down, and my wife and I slept comfortably on the queen. Over the bed and couch were individual recessed lighting fixtures with itâ€™s own dimmer, which was nice when just you needed a little light, while keeping the rest of the room relatively dark for sleepers. The studios came with a full bath room and a half bath with just a sink and shower. I enjoyed the half bathâ€™s walk-in shower with the rainfall shower system! The shower is completely tiled with a built-in seat. My favorite part of the shower was the slightly rocky stones underneath the rainfall shower head, which felt great on the feet after a long day walking the parks. My only complaint about the shower was that it wasnâ€™t completely clean before our arrival. There was a rather large lock of hair still stuck to the side of the shower wall. I can say without a doubt that one of the previous guests had long, curly, red hair. In my mind Iâ€™ll just convince myself that Merida from Pixarâ€™s â€œbraveâ€ stayed in room 2019 before us. Storage for these rooms are a little unconventional. Thereâ€™s the typical closet with hangers, safe, iron and board, pack & play crib, extra blanket, and pillows. But the main dresser drawers are located UNDER the bed. We didnâ€™t learn of the hidden drawers until after we unpacked all our clothes. We primarily used the drawers in the bathrooms as well as the empty chest/coffee table next to the couch. The view from the balcony was nice, although I imagine it would be better on the top floor (3rd). From the 2nd floor lake facing balcony you can see the top half of both Cinderellaâ€™s Castle and Space Mountain, the lake is pretty obscured by the Bungalows on the lake. Watching fireworks was great, but it was very hard to see the â€œFloating Electric Pageantâ€ since the huts were blocking the lake. The balcony came with two chairs and a small table, both were comfortable and clean Overall I was very pleased with the room except for one thing. The Moorea building is the farthest from the ceremonial house and is within walking distance to the WDW Transportation center. There are Ferries that transport guests from the transportation center and they regularly blare their fog horns on every arrival and departure all day long (earlier or later depending on Magic Hours at the MK). If you are a light sleeper, this can get annoying. As I mentioned before, the building was very far away from the main house and sometimes it felt like a chore to go over there for a swim, or a Dole Whip, or to refill our resort mugs, especially after a long day at the parks. With Disneyâ€™s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows, I have now stayed at 3 of the 4 Magic Kingdom Deluxe Resorts (DVC side), and I would rank this third behind Bay Lake Tower at the Contemporary and the Wilderness Lodge. Iâ€™ve also stayed at Disneyâ€™s Boardwalk and I would rank that higher. The negatives for the Polynesian: 1) Very crowded 2) layout is very wide and depending on where youâ€™re situated, its a long, tiring walk. 3) Some staff service issues: a. Bathroom wasnâ€™t fully clean with the large tuft of hair on the wall (but this is probably an anomaly). b. We were charged in error for valet parking when we didnâ€™t utilize valet parking. c. Front desk worker was asked if there was a channel playing the firework music and we were given a channel number that wasnâ€™t being used at all. d. Service at Kona Cafe took much longer with our food than normal (over an hour and a half spent at the restaurant) 4) I wasnâ€™t a fan of the 70s decor, but my wife loved it as a â€œretroâ€ style. Positives for the Polynesian: 1) great location to monorail and other transportation 2) good pan asian food and convenient food stall for a Dole Whip! 3) great pool area for the kids 4) thought it was a great idea that the bag check and metal detectors was done at the resort before boarding the monorail. When we arrived at the Magic Kingdom, all we had to do was the ticket turnstile and we were in! It was very convenient! recommendations: 1) if getting a lake facing view, go with 3rd floor if possible 2) eat as many Dole Whips at the Pineapple Lanai kiosk as you can 3) Donâ€™t lay down on the big water slide, it pinched my back something fierce
"Feels like you are in paradise"
This is a deluxe resort and the price reflects that but if you can afford it it is well worth it. We were in the Samoa building. Just around the corner on one side is a pool with bar. On the other side is the main pool with a waterslide and waterfall. It is beautiful. There is a children's water park right next to the main pool. Just past that is the beach where you can watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks. There are several places to get food. Service is great! The grounds are magnificently manicured! The absolute best aspect of this hotel is that it is on the monorail system. You can ride it to the parks and not have to wait in line to enter the park!
"WDW Vacation with Teens"
Family vacation to Walt Disney, with two teenagers. Stayed in studio villa. Good amount of space, second shower comes in handy! Here are a few highlights which we loved: view of fireworks each night, ease of getting to parks by monorail, or ferry ( buses available too). Dole whip on site, samâ€™s grog grotto ( for adults). Pool table and slide at Lava pool. Be sure to buy your refillable mugs the first day of arrival, to get value out of endless drinks ( coffee, tea, soda). Captain Cooks has 24 hour food service, and itâ€™s decent. The Poly is a nice escape from the busy parks, pricey but highly recommend! Would stay there again for sure!
"Conference in Orlando"
I recently attended a large conference at the Swan/Dolphin at Disney. I stayed at the Polynesian resort. Room was comfortable, great wifi, building was quiet even with many young families, rooms well cared for and lots of food options.
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