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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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Airco, WiFi, telefoon, televisie, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en kluisje. Volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn. Kamer met zicht op tuin, zwembad, haven, monorail of parkeerplaats.
In het gebied van Magic Kingdom.
- 11 Restaurants & Bars
- 2 Zwembaden
- Gratis vervoer naar de parken
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"So close to everything"
The resort is beautiful as always. We stayed in Hawaii, comparing CL to Contemporary or the business class at Coronado Springs, the Poly fails. We loved having Pog juice all day long but the offerings were not our taste. If you liked the cuisine then totally worth Club level. Pork pot sticker ( good) crab deviled eggs, Hawaiian bread, fried wontons with pineapple salsa ( these were some of the things we enjoyed) breakfast was bagels, pastries, oatmeal, fruit. Desserts were typical buffet items, no dairy free. We used it mostly for drinks- our daughter couldn't pass the lounge without getting a cup of that juice to go! Wishes on the beach or in the lounge was nice, the one day we stayed for wishes in the park was awful- you share the ferry with GF, the monorail although listed as "resort" stops at tcc- all those people smashing you on an incline. We had to wait for 4 monorails, when we stopped at tcc half the people got off. It is frustrating considering the price tag of Poly. We preferred the smaller pool- I dare not call it quiet as kids were everywhere. The oasis pool bar had food offerings and pineapple frost ( dole whip with rum) it made a perfect break in the day. We would stay again, but if doing Club level our group votes the Contemporary.
"Polynesian, how I love thee...."
Returning to the Polynesian is similar to the feeling of returning home after a long trip. This was our second stay, and third visit, to the Poly in eight months. During our first stay, we stayed for a week in the Hawaii longhouse, but during this stay we were in Pago Pago (a DVC room). We've gone back and forth about DVC ownership, but still aren't sold on the idea after this trip. The room in Pago Pago was very nice. The decor was reminiscent of what we had seen during a previous tour of the bungalows. We enjoyed the waterfall shower option, but found having two bathrooms to be a bit of wasted space. Our son was delighted with the Murphy bed option. We felt the best option to catch the monorail was via the TTC rather than the Ceremonial House. In the future we plan to return to the Hawaii longhouse. The rooms are more spacious, they offer a closer proximity to the ceremonial house, pool, and boat. If you're a DVC owner that's interested in staying at the Poly, then rest assured the DVC rooms here are quite nice.
Enjoyed a week's stay here - in a studio villa which we rented dvc points for. the room was very well laid out - loved the "split bathroom" and my daughter loved the single pull down bed under the television - very comfortable for a child - might be a bit small for a larger adult. Great staff, wonderful restaurants, beautiful setting, but the star is the location which is the best of all disney properties for access to parks. Only complaint is found the bus service (to animal kingdom and hollywood stuidos and disney springs) slow and disappointed it was shared with other resorts. Also found the pool area lovely, but very crowded. the oasis pool was better, but my kids wanted to use the water slide!
I am a DVC member who had the privilege to stay in the Bungalows out over the water at the Polynesian. It was one of the most relaxing places at Disney. The master bathroom is amazing. From the waterfall tiled shower to the jetted jacuzzi bathtub to the TV in the mirror, it will spoil you right away. The master bedroom is well appointed as most DVC properties are. Is it expensive?? Very. From what I understand, if you are paying cash there are only 2 bungalows available and they start at $2,800 per night in low season. The decor is wonderful, so relaxing and makes you feel more in a home than hotel suite. The porch over the water with the non heated dip pool is so nice. At night they have a perfect view of the fireworks as well as the water float parade. The music is also piped into the room and on the resort grounds so you the fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom over the castle is more engaging. The light switches in the master bedroom, master bathroom and in the kitchen should come with a manual, as if you push the off button on the screen, it turns all the light on or off in the entire bungalow except the second bedroom. Also, when we were there there was a bad storm that came through and the whole bungalow shook a bit and to verify I wasn't crazy I saw the hangers in the closet swinging. So other than that, if you have the DVC points or the money for even a short weekend getaway, it is one of the most romantic places in all of Disney you can stay. On top of that you are at the Polynesian which is such a great resort with great restaurants and monorail service as well as within walking distance to the Transportation Center to catch the monorail to Epcot. It will be an unforgettable Disney trip to cherish. Highly recommended.
Just checked out this morning, and sadly it was not what we hoped. We have stayed at the Grand Floridian, Animal Kingdom Lodge, Swan and Dolphin and various Marriotts in the area. Really looked forward to staying here but did not find the high cost justified. The main pool was closed most of the day yesterday. The monorail (a key reason to stay here) experienced problems throughout our stay. Beware that the movies outside and torch lighting ceremony are not every night. Disappointing for what you are paying and how little these things cost Disney. Our son enjoyed the pool side activities but I expected more than a pile of toys there with minimal interaction with the staff. A big frustration was how they let people at the pools reserve seats. People would go early to the pool and leave magazines and towels and all the seats would quickly be taken up with phantom guests. They should put a stop to this. Most people don't stay at pool long anyway since they are cycling in and out of park. Heard hotel employees complaining about how many days they had to work without a day off. I got sick and didn't experience the Disney Magic I have heard about. Things were promised and not followed through (refund on park rickets, eventually did get but not without arguing with desk, we had to cancel reservations and were told they could help make more when feeling better but then said they couldn't) and no one seemed to care that I may have gotten sick at Chef Mickey's or bothered to check in. Last complaint, the quick service Captain Cook says that it is open from 12am to 12pm but they actually have a very limited menu in the morning until 6:30 am.The positives: pretty grounds, close to Magic Kingdom and nice view of fireworks. Basically though for this money you can get a much nicer room, much better service, and even prettier grounds.
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