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    Resort Information

    Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
    1600 Seven Seas Drive
    Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

    Phone: 407-824-2000
    Fax: 407-824-3174

    Check-in: After 4pm (arriving guests may check-in earlier and access will be granted if the room is ready to be occupied)
    Check-out: 11am

    Opening Date: April 1, 2015
    DVC Contract End Date: January 31, 2066









    Rooms:

    380





    Deluxe Studio:

    360





    Dedicated One Bedroom:

    0





    Dedicated Two Bedroom:

    0









    0





    Watertop Bungalows:

    20







    Buildings: 3 + Bungalows

    NOTE: Most Polynesian Deluxe Studio villas have interior connecting door linking them to adjoining Studio. Guests booking two rooms for the same dates can request connecting rooms, but the request is not guaranteed.

    "Escape to a tropical retreat with swaying palms and white sandy beaches—just steps from the monorail taking you to the ultimate in fun at Magic Kingdom park! Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows boasts the first-ever Disney accommodations to sit atop the water as well as the largest Deluxe Studios at any Walt Disney World Resort."



    Resort Amenities







    Bell Services:

    Yes





    Valet Parking:

    Yes





    Room Service:

    Yes





    Gift Shop:

    Yes





    Community Hall:

    No





    Child Care:

    Yes





    Self-Serve Laundry Facilities:

    Yes





    Grocery Shopping / Delivery Service:

    Yes





    BBQ Grill / Pavilion

    Yes









    Dining

    O'HANA (CHARACTER BREAKFAST; TABLE SERVICE Dinner)

    Breakfast Menu | Dinner Menu

    The morning "Best Friends Breakfast" features a character meet-and-greet with Lilo & Stitch and other Disney friends. Food is served family style, including scrambled eggs, potatoes, fresh fruit and more.

    Dinner is also family style, featuring a selection of Polynesian flavors including sweet & sour chicken and szechuan steak.

    Advance Dining Reservations are accepted 180 days prior to visit.



    KONA CAFE (Table Service; Breakfast, LUNCH and Dinner)

    Breakfast Menu | Kids' Breakfast Menu | Lunch Menu | Dinner Menu | Kids' Lunch & Dinner Menu

    Asian touches accentuate American cuisine in this casual Table Service dining establishment. Cinnamon and banana-stuffed Tonga Toast is a breakfast favorite.

    Advance Dining Reservations are accepted 180 days prior to visit.



    Captain Cook's (Quick Service dining; Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

    Breakfast Menu | Lunch / Dinner Menu


    Quick service dining includes traditional breakfast fare (eggs, Mickey Waffles, etc.) in the morning along with a pleasant variety of selections throughout the day. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.

    Trader Sam's Grog Grotto (Lounge; Afternoon & Evening Hours)

    Menu

    Well-themed tropical tiki bar features a selection of appetizers and unique alcoholic beverages.

    Trader Sam's is open to all guests prior to 8:00pm. After 8:00 only guests age 21 and older will be admitted.

    Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show (Three Performances Nightly)

    Menu

    Hosted in the open-air Luau Cove theater, this all-you-can-eat dinner show features many island delights including BBQ ribs, pulled pork and pineapple-coconut bread. During the meal, performers delight guests with traditional hula dancing, fire dancing and more.

    Advance Dining Reservations are accepted 180 days prior to visit.



    Recreation

    Volcano Pool

    This 120,000 gallon feature pool includes a "volcano" which erputs throughout the day, along with a 142-foot waterslide. The pool features a zero entry slope, wheelchair access and a hot tub. Towels are provided. Lounge chairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Life jackets may be borrowed (free) from nearby location.

    Access to the gated pool area is restricted to Polynesian resort guests only. Pool hopping is not permitted.

    Oasis Pool

    Renovated in 2016, the Oasis Pool is a zero-entry facility with ample deck space for loungers, a pool bar, quick service dining establishment and restrooms. Lifeguards are not provided at the Oasis Pool.



    Other Recreation Options

    Seven Seas Marina
    Fitness center
    Volleyball
    Beach
    Campfires
    Arcade
    Electrical Water Pageant



    Transportation







    Magic Kingdom:

    Monorail





    Epcot:

    Monorail





    Disney Hollywood Studios:

    Bus service





    Disney's Animal Kingdom:

    Bus service





    Waterparks:

    Bus service





    Disney Springs

    Bus service





    Parking:

    Valet (fee) and self-parking available







    Note that all pool and restaurant hours are subject to seasonal adjustments. Lifeguard schedules may change in the event of inclement weather.

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    We've stayed at the PVB twice now and have very much enjoyed the mid-week sections - the weekends not as much (boat horns and loud speakers). We were excited when DVC announced the PVB addition and excited to stay there. Over the years we'd visit the Poly just to experience the slightly higher level of customer service and have experienced the same during our DVC stays. The Poly is no longer in our 'preferred' WDW neighborhood but we look forward to returning to enjoy the view over the bungalows to the castle across the lagoon.

    We joined DVC post-kids with focus on studio accommodations, expecting to vacation on our own 90% of the time, so it may be that our pov is skewed by not having the need or want of a 1br suite. We love the shower, the two vanity areas, the very large sink in the kitchenette, the huge balcony, the table where I can set my feet up in the middle without taking up the other chair, the closet doors that can be completely opened to allow wonderful interior access without the doors obstructing walk areas and elbow room.

    We enjoy the winding walkways, are amused at the 70's burnt orange textiles and furnishings. Of course, the complete topper is the Pool bartender who managed to compose a Margarita that I could actually drink heartburn free - it is enough to encourage our visiting MK area more often.

    Janet & Dan


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