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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Over Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
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In het gebied van Magic Kingdom.
- 11 Restaurants & Bars
- 2 Zwembaden
- Gratis vervoer naar de parken
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"Missing Disney 'magic' or luxury"
We just got back from a week long stay at the Polynesian. We really liked the proximity to Magic Kingdom via the monorail. Disney also honored our request to have two connecting rooms which was huge for our large family. It was great to go to the beach and watch the fireworks. Aside from that, the service and experience were extremely lacking. The overall property seems ok at first glance. The rooms were unfortunately dirty, outdated and dingy. There was dust behind the furniture and on the nightstand. Mildew on the back of the toilet seat. A long black hair under the bathroom counter. We complained about the lack of cleanliness and got a 'we'll have them fix that at their next service.' Didn't happen. They also came extremely late for service. We were gone all day from 630-4pm and they hadn't cleaned our room when we got back. We called at 4 and they claimed they would get to it Right away so we went for ice cream. They still hadn't cleaned it by 6pm and we called again and had to badger them to do their job. Ridiculous. The beds here are the worst I've ever slept in. I've traveled for work before and stayed at cheap hotels and luxury ones- this is the worst bed ever. My husband slept on the filthy floor one night (took the sheet off the bed and covered it) to be more comfortable. Staff is rude in Captain Cooks and just in general. They don't say 'hi' when passing in the hallway and they certainly do not go above and beyond. You ask a simple question and they sigh like you are putting them out for having to explain something to you. The smoking area is a bench right to the side of the walkway in front of a green play area, so it was impossible to walk anywhere without getting smoke blown at you. The largest disappointment is how little the staff seem to care. We are used to the service on a Disney cruise, and I thought service at one of their 'luxury' resorts would be top notch. It's not. Maybe if you are happy to pay $500+ a night (per room) with no expectation of luxury then you'll do fine here. When I did complain about issues, there is no commitment to fixing things and it's just a lip service 'sorry'. We'll go back to Disney, but the convenience of the monorail is not enough for dealing with an overpriced dirty room and bad staff. We will not return to the Polynesian unless rooms have a major cleaning and updating of furniture.
"Love the Polynesian "
We stayed at the Polynesian Resort for the first time this spring break and had a fantastic visit. The resort is beautiful and feels like you're in Hawaii or another desirable tropical destination. The room was spacious with 2 beds and a pull out trundle, plus a kitchenette. Kona Cafe is great for dinner or breakfast and we loved having breakfast at Ohana (wasn't our first time there), but convenient for hotel guests! Even the "quick service" option had some tasty menu items. The pool and splash park area is nice, although I'm surprised there wasn't an actual playground on the resort's property. So I found that to be a little bit of a disappointment. The convenience of the monorail and close proximity to Magic Kingdom were why we picked this resort this year and were not disappointed. We had no issues getting to and from Magic Kingdom and Epcot (through the transportation center) via the monorail. It was a huge plus! I'm not a fan of the buses. Maybe one day there will be another way to get to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.... Parking isn't the best, but we opted to drive and park at Animal Kingdom instead of taking a bus because the wait times vary, too many people on one bus, and trying to find space for all of the children's loot and strollers is a pain. So yep, monorail is the way to go when it's possible, in my opinion. ;) This was our 5th Disney World trip and we will be back to the Polynesian in the near future!
"Disney's Polynesian Did Not Live up to Expectations"
I have stayed at several Disney properties with my family and we were excited to stay at the Polynesian Resort..........huge let down. The check in process was rather rushed...the woman basically said here is room location and did not explain any of the amenities or things at the resort. She did not even tell us where guest laundry was, shows available.....nothing. The resort is on Disney Monorail systme, which is nice until you see the line for monrail because there are a lot of people using the hotel monorail security check in that are not even staying at the Polynesian, So basically you spend a lot of money for this resort and other people are using the priviledge of being on monorail resort without paying a dime. For example, twice my family and i missed a monorail because the station was packed with people.....so i asked some people where are you staying.....one family out of 10 groups i asked was staying at one of three monorail resorts....others were staying off disney property but somehow got to the resort and went through monorail.....This is so they can skip security lines at Magic Kingdom.....Disney needs to wakeup on this and make changes. Some of the concierge people were nice and some just plain rude and could care less....one gentleman with slicked back hair really coudl care less about guests and is rude when he answers a question. He acts like everyone should eat, breath and live Disney info. The pool is overcrowded....good luck getting a seat.....you need to go early in morning to get a seat. I wonder if guest who are not from hotel are using the pool. Employees are driving golf carts around the property way too fast, someone is going to get injured. I doubt we would stay again at Polynesian.....i find other resorts are much better.
"Great Location, Lovely Theming"
I've been to Walt Disney World a number of times over the past few years and this is my first stay at a true Deluxe resort at WDW (I've stayed at The Disneyland Hotel at DLR, which I will compare to below). This may be a bit confusing, but I have stayed at the Polynesian Resort before, but in the DVC villas on points (which I will also compare to). The atmosphere of the hotel is great, I love the location on the monorail loop and how close it is to walk to the TTC. We stayed during the Star Wars Dark Side Race Weekend and we were able to walk to the start line which was amazing and I would recommend this resort any day if that is your intention. I personally love the food options at the resort; this trip I ate at Captain Cooks (quick service) and Kona Cafe (sit down), and have previously eaten at Ohana and have nothing but positive reviews for all three. The grounds are well kept and the theming is great. I like the size of the resort; I don't feel that it takes long to get anywhere. So far everything I've mentioned is the same for someone staying in a regular room or in a DVC room (cash or points). This was my first time staying in a regular room and I couldn't help but compare them to the DVC rooms and I found I prefer the DVC rooms hands down. The DVC rooms have one queen bed and a pull out sofa with a small murphy bed while the regular rooms have two queen beds and a pull out sofa. Since we had three adults in the room (one couple and a guest), we chose the regular room since the guest won't sleep on a pull out sofa. However, I would not chose this again. The layout of the room is a bit cramped due to the two queen beds. The closets are very small; I was not able to fit my full sized luggage in the closet due to the positioning of the poles. The mini fridge was not working when we arrived (we called and they fixed it while we were out). We also have an owners locker and we did not have a good place to store it. Some benefits of the DVC rooms are that the beds are higher to allow for extra storage (an owners locker fits perfectly under the bed) and the split shower makes it easier for groups to get ready in the morning. Housekeeping was fine, room was made up each day, even when we left the room late. I was expecting bathrobes in the room due to the Deluxe category, but none were provided (they were provided at my last stay at the Disneyland Hotel which is why I was expecting them). There was also no chocolates left at night (see Disneyland Hotel). I'm not sure why there were such differences between the Disneyland Hotel and Polynesian, but I would say the Disneyland Hotel was much more of a "deluxe" experience. If I was going to pay cash for a deluxe room in the future (we're DVC members), I would request a DVC villa over a regular room (with the housekeeping provided). As mentioned, we chose a regular room due to the guest, but I would rather the better room in the future if faced with a similar situation. It seemed that the regular rooms were older and while you could tell they've been updated a few times, they still seemed cramped and 'dated'.
This is quite an expensive hotel to stay at, so we had very high expectations for the price we were paying.. I can tell you that it definitely did not disappoint!! What a fantastic resort! Our room was lovely and spacious (we had the standard room), the resort grounds are stunning - well managed and clean. All members of staff that we spoke to were friendly and very happy to help. The best thing about this resort is the location! The monorail which takes you directly to Magic Kingdom is so convenient and saves you a lot of time. The only negative I would say about the monorail is that it quite often stopped at each of the other stops (contemporary hotel and ticket transfer center) for 5mins+ at a time - which very frustrating! However, when it didn't do this, then the service was great. The Ticket and Transfer Center is also just a 5-7min walk away, so also very convenient. We had a character breakfast at Ohana's with Lilo and Stich which our 3 year old loved! What a great atmosphere and good food. Captain Cook's fast food restaurant was also very good and offers a wide range of food. My personal favorite was the curried Seafood stew - absolutely delicious!! I would most definitely recommend this hotel and now that we've experienced staying at the Polynesian, I don't think we'll ever stay anywhere else when visiting Disney!!
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