Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows Top 10 Tips
°o° Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows is a Disney Vacation Club property and a Deluxe Villa resort that is connected with Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This resort is located in the Magic Kingdom area and is one of the 3 resorts on the monorail. The lush tropical vegetation will make you think you have traveled to an island in the South Pacific. °o°
- Dinner Show. Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is a Polynesian luau that takes place in an open-air theater in Luau Cove (weather permitting).
- Kid’s Club. Lilo’s Playhouse is a supervised activity center base on stories in classic Disney Little Golden Books. This club takes care of children ages 3-12, and it is open from 4:30 p.m. – midnight. There is an hourly fee for this service.
- Visit Trader Sam’s. Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto and Tiki Terrace is a very popular lounge based on the one at the Disneyland Hotel. Get there early as space is limited.
- Walk to the TTC. The Polynesian Villas and Bungalows are the closest part of the Polynesian Village area to the Transportation and Ticket Center. The TTC then gives more transportation options to Epcot, the Magic Kingdom, and elsewhere around Walt Disney World.
- Pools. Enjoy the spectacular main pool! There are 2 pools, but the main pool features a 40-foot tall volcano with a waterfall and a 142-foot water slide.
- Sit Down Restaurant. ‘Ohana serves up a Best Friends Breakfast featuring Lilo and Stitch. This meal is served family-style.
- Marina. The marina has all sorts of watercraft to rent, so you can take a trip around the lagoon.
- Fireworks Viewing. The beach is a great place to watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks.
- Go for a jog. A roughly 1 mile path connects the Polynesian and Grand Floridian Resort Areas with views of both resorts, Disney’s Wedding Pavilion, and the Magic Kingdom.
- Room Service. Room service is available 6 am – midnight.