Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

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The kids will be in Disney heaven at this Pacific-themed hotel in Walt Disney World, Orlando, with endless entertainment and fun to be had in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, plus the rest of wider Disneyland, of course.

Why you'll love it here

  • Disney's Polynesian Resort is an easy ride on the Disney World Resort Monorail to Magic Kingdom and Epcot Centre
  • The resort's Lava Pool is a favourite with families with its towering volcano and 142 foot-long water slide
  • Oasis Patios can be reserved in a private area close to the pool, complete with cushioned lounge chairs, towels and more
  • The Two-Bedroom Overwater Bungalows are ideal for families, offering more space, a full kitchen, washer & dryer

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Included in your holiday

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  • Transfers to and from your hotel
  • All flight luggage allowances
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Full accommodation information

If looking for an unforgettable family trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, your best bet is to stay within the resort itself and make the most of your time here – making Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort an excellent choice.

Perhaps the best perk of all is that you are given early access to the theme parks every day, so can maximise the fun before the crowds arrive.

The hotel itself is designed in a Pacific Ocean style, echoing the tropical idylls of Hawaii and French Polynesia as seen in Disney movies Lilo & Stitch and Moana. It is sprawled on the shores of the Seven Seas Lagoon, where you can enjoy boat rides and look out towards the skyline of Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park. The tropical trees, tiki-style buildings and exotic imagery all recall the blissful islands of the Pacific Ocean, making this a truly exciting place to stay in Walt Disney World, Orlando.

As well as all the many dining outlets, theme parks, swimming pools, activities and games that await across Disneyland, the Polynesian Village Resort itself has fantastic facilities right at your fingertips. At breakfast, the kids can meet some of their favourite Disney characters at ‘Ohana restaurant, then come back for a dinner filled with entertainment and storytelling. Next up is a splash about at the Lava Pool, which has a thrilling waterslide and play area, or the whole family can relax at the Oasis Pool, both of which are onsite at the Disney Polynesian Village Resort.

There are then light shows, outdoor screenings of Disney films, campfires at dusk, Polynesian feasts with music and dancing, plus in-room gifts can be arranged to get the kids even more excited about their time in the one and only Walt Disney World.

Matching the Polynesian theme of the hotel, accommodation options at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort are decorated in a typical Pacific style, with floral patterns and wood finishes. All rooms and suites come with the same amenities: coffee machines, mini fridges, bathtubs, flat-screen TVs and floor-to-ceiling windows, which open out to patios or balconies. What’s more, you also have the chance to upgrade to Club Level, which bestows you with personalised concierge services, access to the Club Lounge, evening turndown service and complimentary health club entry too.

Standard View Room

Standard View Room

The entry-level room overlooks the resort garden, monorail or parking area, and has a choice of either two queen-size beds or one king-size, and a daybed.
Pool/Marina View Room

Pool/Marina View Room

This room has views of the resort pool or marina, and comes with two queen-size beds plus a daybed.
Lagoon View Room

Lagoon View Room

Overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon, this room features two queen-size beds and a daybed.
Theme Park View Room

Theme Park View Room

This room flaunts views of Magic Kingdom Park and the Seven Seas Lagoon, and sports two queen-size beds plus a daybed.
One Bedroom Suite

One Bedroom Suite

The One Bedroom Suite comprises a bedroom with two queen-size beds and a daybed, plus a living space and views of the marina.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort in Orlando is kitted out with a volleyball court, kids club, gym, boutiques and a jogging trail, plus boats to hire on the Seven Seas Lagoon. Best of all, there are two fantastic swimming pools to choose from: the fun-filled Lava Pool centred around a volcano, waterslide and play area, and the Oasis Pool which is more about peaceful dips. What’s more, you can access the wider Disney resort via the monorail, whisking you to the many theme parks, sports facilities, restaurants, playgrounds and arcades found elsewhere in Walt Disney World.

‘Ohana

‘Ohana

Kids will love sitting down to breakfast with Lilo, Stitch and other Disney characters at the teak-clad ‘Ohana restaurant. Then, for dinner, expect to be dazzled by music, games and storytelling as you tuck into Hawaiian dishes like sweet and sour chicken, grilled shrimp and dumplings.

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Oasis Bar & Grill

Oasis Bar & Grill

Make for this poolside bar to devour salads, tacos and burgers, complemented with a refreshing beer or glass of wine. You could even stay here for dinner, as the Oasis Bar & Grill is open until 8pm.

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Pineapple Lanai

Pineapple Lanai

Stop by Pineapple Lanai for a sweet treat: the DOLE Whip, Disney’s take on an ice cream dessert. The stand is open from 10am to 10pm.

This is Walt Disney World, so entertainment is the name of the game. Staying at the Polynesian Village Resort means you are granted early access to a theme park per day, relishing the rides and attractions before other visitors arrive. Aside from the theme parks, you can also enjoy boat rides on the Seven Seas Lagoon; the Spirit of Aloha dinner and show; fishing activities; volleyball games; campfire get-togethers at dusk, roasting marshmallows; an evening light show, the Electrical Water Pageant; and evening screenings of Disney movies on the Great Ceremonial House Lawn. Additionally, the resort offers a kids club, Lilo’s Playhouse, to children aged 3 to 12, with Disney themed activities that little ones will just love.

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