Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Quick Resort Overview
Resort Category: Deluxe
Resort Size: 478 rooms, 360 studios, 20 bungalows
Bed Options: Standard Rooms – 2 Queen Beds with optional Daybed, 1 King Bed. Studios – 1 Queen Bed with sofa bed and Murphy Style bed. Bungalow – 1 King, 1 Queen, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa, 2 Bunk-Size Pull Down Beds.
Transportation Options: Monorail, Ferry Boat, Bus
Dining Options: Table service restaurants, character meals, quick service restaurants, pool bar, lounges, dinner show
Pools: 1 feature pool, 1 quiet pool, infinity edge hot tub, kids splash play area
Overall Vibe: Tropical theme with a South Seas flair. Views of Cinderella Castle from certain room categories.
Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific at this oasis of tropical palms, lush vegetation and so much more. From moonlit nights immersed in the outdoor island ambience to the exotic tastes of our world-class restaurants, discover the signature tropical atmosphere that’s made Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort a favorite Disney destination since 1971.
Lava Pool – Make a splash at this pool which features a towering volcano, a waterfall and a thrilling 142 foot-long waterslide. A zero-depth entry point, similar to a beach, slopes gently into the pool making for easy entry and exit. Nearby, a lounge and bar offer refreshments and snacks.
Tiki Tikis Splash Play Area – Smaller kids can have a blast playing in this splash area designed just for them!
Oasis Pool – Nestled amid a lush garden, this all-ages leisure pool promises a more tranquil swim for those looking to relax and unwind.
Oasis Patio – Relax in your own private shaded area close to the pool—complete with cushioned lounge chairs, towels and more! You can also place food and drink orders to be delivered from the Oasis Bar & Grill—featuring tasty favorites like fish tacos, kalua pork sliders and Polynesian-themed burgers, along with tropical cocktails, wine, Hawaiian beer and assorted beverages (separate dining charges apply).
Monorail – board the highway in the sky over to Magic Kingdom! You can also walk to the Transportation & Ticket Center to board the Epcot Monorail. That monorail currently isn’t in operation, should should be soon!
Ferry Boats – a quick trip over to Magic Kingdom or Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.
Bus – Take bus transportation to all theme parks and Disney Springs!
Poly is home to to some of my favorite dining in all of Walt Disney World property! Here are the options, which are links that will show you each menu.
QUICK SERVICE DINING
- Capt. Cook’s
- Barefoot Pool Bar
- Pineapple Lanai
- Oasis Bar & Grill
- Tambu Lounge
- Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
- Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace
- Kona Island
TABLE SERVICE DINING
There are just a few types of room categories here. Let’s dive in!
The Standard Room comes with a few different views. Every room type has 2 Queens and 1 Day bed except the Standard view also offers a King Bed with a day bed:
- Standard View: King & Queen options
- Pool or Marina View
- Lagoon View
- Theme Park View
- Garden View – Club Level
- Lagoon View – Club Level
- Theme Park View – Club Level
The Deluxe Studio has a slightly different layout, as noted below.
There are a couple of different types of suites, which we can go over with you if interested.
Last but not least is the Bora Bora Bungalow with a video tour below.
The Deluxe Studio has a different layout than the standard room, having 1 Queen Bed, 1 Sleeper Sofa and 1 Pull Down Bed. The split bathroom is nice to have. You can book this room in a Standard View or Lake View.