Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
1600 Seven Seas Drive
Lake Buena Vista, 32830
Phone: (407) 824-2000
Fax: (407) 824-3174
Deluxe Resort Classification
Located in the Magic Kingdom resort area
Check In: 3:00 p.m. / Check Out: 11:00 a.m.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is Located just across the Seven Seas Lagoon. The South Seas come to Florida at the Polynesian Village Resort. Each of the eleven buildings in this resort are named for a different island in the South Pacific. The guest areas complete the experience with tiki torches, waterfalls, a beach with castle view and lots of lush, tropical landscaping. Amenities abound at this resort and the restaurants are a destination in themselves. Guests can even attend a luau at this resort and cap the evening off by viewing the fireworks from the beach or a dip in the volcano themed feature pool.
Check our Rehabs and Closures schedule for any refurbishments or work taking place at the Polynesian Village Resort during your visit.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Rooms
There are three views available in the 11 buildings (known as longhouses) at this resort: garden, lagoon or theme park. All three views offer rooms that sleep up to 5, with two queen beds and a daybed. Some rooms have a single king bed. This resort also offers Club Level service, and various suites.
847 Guest Rooms
Disabled accessible rooms available
Building offers elevators and interior corridors
Coffee Maker & Setup
DVD Player (suites)
In-Room Wall Safe
Iron and Board
Table & Chairs
Complimentary wireless Internet (WiFi)
Flat Panel TV – ABC, Disney Channel, Check the TV channel guide for more
Robes (only in Concierge Rooms & Suites)
Resort amenities include:
Self service laundry facilities
Valet laundry service
Available upon request, subject to availability
Crib: Pack ‘n Play
Concierge assistance at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is available to Resort hotel Guests 7 days a week, from 7:00 a.m. through 10:00 p.m. Located in the main lobby, the concierge can help you purchase Theme Park tickets and make Walt Disney World dining and show reservations.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Dining
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Recreation
Feature Pool: zero-depth entry with sand bottom, water slide, volcano-themedPoolside service is available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at the Lava Pool Deck and beach. Guests can choose to have cocktails, flat-breads, sandwiches, kid’s meals, desserts and more delivered right to their spot in the sand.
Poolside service is available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at the Lava Pool Deck and beach. Guests can choose to have cocktails, flat-breads, sandwiches, kid’s meals, desserts and more delivered right to their spot in the sand.
Children’s wet play area
Nightly Disney Movies Under The Stars on the beach
Electrical Water Pageant view
Check out the monthly resort poolside activities here!
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Pool and Recreation
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Shopping
BouTIKI stocks Disney character apparel and souvenirs as well as Polynesian Village Resort logo merchandise and other south seas themed items. You can also find snack foods, beverages (including adult beverages), magazines and books, and other general sundries.
Trader Jack’s features children’s fashions and toys, Disney Character merchandise.
Samoa Snacks sells snacks, sundries, liquors, beer and wine.
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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Transportation
Effective for reservations made March 21, 2018, and thereafter, standard overnight self-parking is available to registered Guests for a fee that will be applied to their hotel folio upon check-out. All parking fees include applicable tax.
Standard Overnight Parking charges for Disney Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts: $24 per night
Disney’s monorail service is available to the Magic Kingdom and via transfer to Epcot. The monorail station is on the 2nd floor of the resort. There is Disney bus transportation to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom as well as the water parks and Disney Springs. The bus locations are across from the valet stand just outside of the lobby. A walking path to the Ticket and Transportation Center is also available.
Transportation Times Between Polynesian Village Resort and Disney Destinations
These times are approximate, provided to give you an idea of average travel times. Please plan on up to a 20 minute wait for Disney transportation in addition to walking time to resort or theme park transportation stops.
Magic Kingdom – 12 minutes by monorail, 9 minutes by boat
Epcot – 19 minutes by bus, 15 minutes by monorail from the Ticket and Transportation Center, 35 minutes by monorail
Disney’s Hollywood Studios – 18 minutes by bus, 19 minutes by car
Disney’s Animal Kingdom – 21 minutes by bus, 17 minutes by car
Disney Springs – 26 minutes by bus, 20 minutes by car
Blizzard Beach Water Park – 22 minutes by bus, 12 minutes by car
Typhoon Lagoon Water Park – 24 minutes by bus, 15 minutes by car
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Childcare
***Disney will be closing its three Children’s Activity Centers located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts. July 31 will be the final day of operation. The Walt Disney World Dolphin will still offer a Children’s Activity Center option.***
No on-site child care facility. Kid’s Nite Out, in-room child care, is available at all resorts for children 6 months to 12 years old. Reservations may begin as early as 6:30 a.m. and/or may begin as late as 11:00 p.m., Services are available 24/7. Children ages 4 to 12 can enjoy an evening of fun, games and Character encounters at Pixar Play Zone. This kids-only experience at Disney’s Contemporary Resort also includes dinner and dessert and is offered nightly from 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Disney’s Polynesian Village VIP Top Tips
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Watch the fireworks from the beach, snagging a hammock if possible. It’s a nice way to get a different view on the fireworks.
Try to catch the torch lighting ceremony performed in front of the Polynesian Village Resort. Check with Guest Services for times and dates.
If you have monorail fans in the family, some of the standard rooms have a great view of the monorails coming and going. Do a little bit of research ahead of time about the monorails to make it more interesting.
If you are heading to Epcot via monorail, you may want to walk over to the Transportation and Ticket Center. Depending on which longhouse you are in, it may be quicker than taking the Magic Kingdom monorail and switching monorail lines at the Transportation and Ticket Center.
Visit the Pineapple Lanai just outside the back entrance for a Dole Whip!
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