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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Guide

Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
1600 Seven Seas Drive
Lake Buena Vista, 32830
Phone: (407) 824-2000
Fax: (407) 824-3174

Rooms   Dining   Recreation   Shopping Transportation   Childcare    Resort Map pdf file   VIP Tips

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.

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Polynesian Village Resort Rooms

Resort Room at Polynesian Village Resort


There are 3 views available in the 11 buildings (known as longhouses) at this resort: garden, lagoon, or theme park. All views offer rooms that sleep up to 5, with two queen beds and a daybed or 1 king bed and 1 day bed. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort also offers Club Level service, and various 1 bedroom suites.

Room Amenities
847 Guest Rooms
Disabled accessible rooms available
Building offers elevators and interior corridors
Ceiling Fan
Coffee Maker & Setup
Hair Dryer
Soaker Tub
In-Room Safe
Iron and Board
Table & Chairs
Complimentary wireless Internet (WiFi)
Flat Panel TV – ABC, Disney Channel, Check the TV channel guide  for more
Vanity Area
Voice Mail

Club Level Amenities
Evening Turn Down
Secured Key Access to the Club-Level Lounge, serving refreshments from 7:00am to 10:00pm Daily
Complimentary Fax Assistance
Access to Concierge Service at the King Kamehameha Club
Complimentary Health Club Access
Complimentary Newspapers in Lounge
Personalized Front Desk and Guest Services

Resort Amenities Include
Self Service Laundry Facilities (Dry Cleaning & Valet Laundry Available by selecting “housekeeping” on Room Phone)
Valet Parking (For a Fee)

Available Upon Request, Subject to Availability
Bed Boards/Rails
Crib: Pack ‘n Play

Room Layout

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.


Polynesian Village Resort Dining

Ohana at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort


Barefoot Pool Bar
Capt. Cook’s
Kona Cafe
Kona Island
Oasis Bar & Grill
On the Green Grill
‘Ohana Character Breakfast
‘Ohana Dinner
Pineapple Lanai
Tambu Lounge
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace
In-Room Dining is available 6am – midnight.

Refillable mugs are available for purchase at the Captain Cook’s Snack Company.


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Polynesian Village Resort Recreation


Lava Pool: Includes zero-depth entry with sand bottom, a massive volcano, and a 142 foot water slide. The Lava Pool area also features a kids play/splash zone for the little ones. The Oasis Bar and Grill is located close by and will even deliver orders poolside. Guests can enjoy Polynesian inspired entrees and specialty cocktails (non alcoholic choices available).

Oasis Pool: Just as it sounds, this pool is here for tranquility and relaxation.

More Recreation Opportunities
Children’s playground
Boat Rentals (Kayaks, Canoes, & Motor Boats Available)
Campfire Activities

Beach Area
Jogging trail
Nightly Disney Movies Under The Stars on the beach
Massage/spa services 
Electrical Water Pageant view

For a fun and more relaxing way to spend a day during your visit to Walt Disney World, each resort hosts Poolside Activities each day from 1:30 – 7:00 p.m.. Pool hours and lifeguard availability vary by pool. Activities and programs are subject to change. Although the activities vary by day and by resort, examples of what you might find include trivia, arts and crafts, dance parties, games, bingo, and more.

Polynesian Village Resort Shopping


This resort shop stocks Disney character apparel and souvenirs. As well as Polynesian Village Resort logo merchandise and other tropical surf-themed items. You can also find snack foods, beverages (including adult beverages), magazines and books, and other general sundries.

Moana Mercantile
Located on the second floor of The Great Ceremonial House Moana Mercantile features children’s toys, clothing and other great Disney Character merchandise. Snacks and beverages (including spirits) are also available for purchase.

Disney’s Magnolia, Palm, and Oak Trail Pro Shop

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Polynesian Village Resort Transportation & Parking

Disney's Polynesian Village Monorail


Complimentary Overnight Self-Parking

Valet Parking
Valet parking is available for a fee of $33 per night.

Transportation Services
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

Polynesian Village Resort Childcare

There are no on-site childcare options available for Disney’s All-Star Movies.  However, Kid’s Nite Out, an in-room child care service, is available at all resorts for children 6 months to 12 years old.  Services are available 24/7.  

The Walt Disney World Dolphin offer a Children’s Activity Center option and you do not have to be a guest at that resort to use the Children’s Activity Center.  Camp Dolphin

Polynesian Village VIP Top Tips

Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
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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.

Beaches: Take some time to relax on the white-sand beach!  You can watch the Electrical Water Pageant in the evenings.  Check with the front desk for time

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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