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Amid the tropical landscape full of swaying palm trees and koi ponds sits Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Reminiscent of the South Pacific, the Polynesian, or “Poly” as it’s known to those who frequently stay there, is a serene and beautiful place to stay. The main building called the Great Ceremonial House is the center of activity for the whole resort.

Resort Basics
Tahitian/South Pacific inspired furnishings and decor throughout the resort
Great Ceremonial House-lobby and guest services as well as shops
Key to the World cards (KTTW)
Babysitting and Child Services
Self Parking and Valet
Handicapped Accessible
Guest Laundry Facilities

Room Types
Standard Room with Garden View-sleeps 5
Standard Room with Lagoon View-sleeps 5
Standard View with Theme Park View-sleeps 5
Club Level Concierge-Standard Room-sleeps 5
Club Level Concierge-Lagoon View Room-sleeps 5
Club Level Concierge-Theme Park View Room-sleeps 5
Club Level Concierge-Honeymoon Suite-sleeps 2
1 BR Princess Suite-sleeps 5
2 BR Princess Suite-sleeps 9
2 BR Ambassador Suite-sleeps 8
King Kamehameha Suite-sleeps 8
All rooms come equipped with an in-room safe, pack and play, hairdryer, alarm clock, plus additional amenities depending on the room type.

Disney’s Polynesian Resort is conveniently located on the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon near the Magic Kingdom Theme Park.

Kona Cafe
Captain Cook’s
Kona Island
Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Show
Tambu Lounge
Pool bar

Mikala Canoe Club Marina
Use of Grand Floridian Health club & spa (spa is currently closed until early 2013 for enhancements-health club is open)
White sand beach
Nanea Volcano feature pool with water slide, children’s water play area, Poly East Pool
Cabanas @ Disney’s Polynesian Resort(rent one for your family!)
Moana Mickey’s Arcade
Bike Rentals
Jogging Trails
Specialty Cruises

Disney resort transportation is free for all resort guests. Monorail service runs on the resort line to and from the Magic Kingdom and to the TTC (Ticket and Transportation Center) where you can transfer to the Epcot monorail. Buses and water launches will take you to all other destinations within Walt Disney World.


All Disney Resorts are smoke-free with designated outdoor smoking areas.