If you've had a craving for Dole Whip and Tonga Toast during your COVID-19 lockdown, we know just the place to visit.
Like most other Disney Vacation Club resorts, Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows reopened on Monday. It appears that the Pago Pago longhouse is currently unused, and we have no idea how many guests are actually staying in the other two DVC buildings plus the 20 bungalows. Still many resort services are available and it's clear they are preparing to host larger crowds over time.
Covid warning signs poised at the entrance
Cast Members taking cleanliness very seriously
Attractive signs match the color scheme and theme of the resort
Entrance to BouTiki offers hand sanitizer and distancing markers
Exit only through this door
The DVC sales booth is not being staffed...yet
Elevators offer hand sanitizer and wipes
Electronic check-in for dining is requested
Ohana is ready for guests
Did someone say 'Tonga Toast'?
Sign at Moana Mercantile informs guests that they may use text alerts for shop entry
Entrances and exits are marked
Safety signage is up around the monorail, although it is not running at this time
More signage on the doors
Pineapple Laniai has new plexiglass shield to protect Cast Members plus distancing markers
More reminders to not move lounge chairs
Few changes in lobby of a DVC longhouse
Hand sanitizer near the villa elevators
Unrelated to Covid, the Walk Around the World bricks are being removed between resort and the Transportation & Ticket Center