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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

1600 Seven Seas Drive, Orlando, FL 32830-8423
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Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific at this oasis of tropical palms, lush vegetation, koi ponds and white-sand beaches. Conveniently located on complementary Resort Monorail, enjoy moonlit nights on our torch-lined waterfront to the exotic tastes of our world-class restaurants, discover the signature tropical ambience that's made Disney's Polynesian Village Resort a favorite Disney destination since 1971.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Free airport transportation
Free internet
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Free shuttle or taxi services
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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From decor, food, pools, rooms, to entertainment, this Disney hotel at it all. Easy transportation to Magic Kingdom and pools/beach for all ages. It was so great we didn’t want to leave to go to the parks. Between pool games for the kids, marshmallows over the fire pit, fire lighting, movies on the lawn and watching fireworks from the beach....you never had to leave.
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We stayed at the Polynesian for three nights in early November - it was one of my first Disney experiences as a kid and this trip was just as magical! It is a gorgeous hotel with a consistent South Pacific style/theme. The staff is amazingly helpful and they all go out of their way to make sure the guests are happy. The main pool is huge and each hotel house has its own pool as well as a hot tub. The main building was always busy and crowded but the hotel house where our room was located (Hawaii) was peaceful. The food there is delicious! We ate at Kona Cafe and Captain Cooks - both great meals. We also went to Trader Sams for a drink - what a fun bar! Very expensive drinks but the bartenders practically put on a show every night, so it was entertaining. Two of the best features of the hotel: the convenience of the monorail; and we had a most perfect view of the fireworks at Magic Kingdom each night sitting on the hotels beach! The music is played at the hotel so it is as if you’re right at the Magic Kingdom watching the fireworks front and center. Finally, we stayed at a club level room and we had access to the concierge area - a great value! We had breakfast , including fresh fruit, cappuccino, latte, eggs, pastries, etc every morning; snacks all day; cocktail hour at 5:00, including wine, beer, a specialty drink and hot snacks; and dessert buffet at 8:00, complete with kahlua, baileys and milk! We could have scrapped the meal plan that we bought altogether and been perfectly satisfied with the food at the concierge level. In short, a great vacation!
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Response from WDW_Parks_Resorts, Disney Social Reviews at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Responded Nov 12, 2018
Mahalo to you for submitting this fantastic review of your visit to Disney's Polynesian Village Resort! The Polynesian is perhaps my favorite Walt Disney World Resort hotel, so it brings me so much joy to hear you loved it, too. From watching Happily Ever After on the beach to enjoying a Dole Whip by the pool, if you want to relax, you're at the perfect place! Club Level at this Resort really is such a great value for families, for all of the reasons you mentioned, especially all of the delicious food and beverage options offered throughout the day. I'm glad you got to visit Trader Sam's Grog Grotto, too. It really is a full entertainment experience. It seems that even after all these years, the Polynesian was still the perfect fit for your family. Thanks for being a part of our 'ohana, and we can't wait to welcome you back for another tropical getaway soon! Kristina Disney Social Reviews
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We were so looking forward to this vacation and it’s been a major let down. We had heard great things about the Polynesian and had very high hopes and expectations. We are a young family with 3 young children (8,3,1). First off, the biggest problem was our room in general. It is TINY. They cram a double/ queen? Bed, a pull out couch bed and a pull down twin bed all in the same small area. Hardly any room to walk around, but somehow they feel the need to give you two bathrooms, and only one with a toilet. Both of the bathrooms had mold in them. The first bathroom has a bathtub/ shower combo. There was black mold in the caulking around the bathtub, black mold around the drain, and black mold around the knob that you have to turn to release and plug the drain. Black mold flakes/ chunks would release into the bath water every time I bathed my kids. Absolutely disgusting. There was also a pink mildew rim around the drain as well. The furniture and carpet was stained and outdated. I did dishes in the small kitchenette sink and while wiping up some clean soapy water off the countertop, I wiped off brown grime that had built up- probably over months. It was so gross. It did seem like the grounds of the resort were well maintained, which is great and all, but for a family that takes a mid day break every day to rest in their room, a nasty dirty room is not acceptable. We stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge on our last vacation and it was perfect. Spacious, CLEAN updated rooms with great customer service. Speaking of customer service, my 8 year old daughter is missing school time for our vacation. Naturally, we brought some school work for her to work on. We forgot a pencil, so we walked over to the front desk to ask for one. They didn’t have a single pencil. What kind of front desk doesn’t have a pencil? They said they would have someone find one and bring it to our room- wow, great! Except, it never came. Called two more times and they said they had sent their runner... never showed up. All quick service food on sight is horrible- don’t waste your time or money. O’Hana was fine... not as good as we remembered from our last visit. Ran out of shorts for the kiddos six days into our stay and went to the laundry room to do a quick load of laundry... washers smell awful... very very strong mildew smell. We are staying our second week at an air bnb house... we thought we would be so sad to leave the Poly to go there, but we are actually very excited. The Polynesian was a disaster- total disappointment and let down. We will never stay here again and will spread the word about the uncleanliness. Terrible. Expected so much more out of a deluxe resort :-(
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This is the best resort I’ve been to on Disney property, it’s my favourite themed and watching the fireworks on the beach tops it all. The food is island style, it has one of the best pools in Disney and a unique smell. Thanks.
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When you're there, it's like being somewhere else on a tropical island. It's so gorgeous. The rooms are luxurious. The side of the resort is just as beautiful and the restaurants are amazingly yummy. We loved that the Monorail stops at this resort, which makes it very accessible to attractions.
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$494 - $1,182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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