Discover an island paradise—inspired by Walt Disney himself—nestled within Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Introducing Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, a modern tropical paradise minutes from Magic Kingdom park via water taxi or monorail ride, and a bus ride away from nearby Disney theme parks. Here, mid-century modern design meets traditional Polynesian style in a blissful union of Disney heritage and the South Pacific spirit of aloha.
From the moment you step foot into the newly redesigned lobby of the Great Ceremonial House at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, you’ll know you're "home,” as Cast Members welcome you into an 'ohana family as cherished cousins, and exotic island refreshments and music inspire you to abandon the cares of the outside world you've left behind.
Whether it's a relaxing family vacation at Disney's first over-the-water bungalows, or a fun-filled getaway in our beautifully designed deluxe studios, you’re sure to find your place in paradise—and a favorite vacation getaway your family will treasure for years to come.
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort is currently rated as a AAA 4-Diamond resort.
Explore spacious accommodations with convenient amenities, innovative design and an atmosphere that’s pure magic. All across Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, modern additions enhance its legendary history and carry a beloved legacy into the future.
In the new Disney Vacation Club longhouses of Tokelau, Moorea and Pago Pago, designers created rooms that evoke the spirit of the Islands and the legacy of Walt Disney himself—and offer Members a truly magical experience.
Deluxe Studios Relax in the stylish comfort of the largest deluxe studios at Walt Disney World Resort—larger than most Disney Vacation Club studios. Natural finishes are complemented with bright pops of color and whimsical Disney art. Design elements evoke the islands and the beach with surfboard-inspired coffee tables, while the mid-century modern look of the furniture evokes Walt Disney’s own era. The carpeting features Polynesian-inspired patterns with a subtle hidden Mickey incorporated into the design.
The colorful artwork was inspired by the flora and fauna of Polynesia, and the centerpiece is a whimsical work based on the Jungle Cruise attraction. For your convenience, you’ll find hidden drawers under the bed that offer additional storage. Each deluxe studio also features a private porch or balcony.
In the sleek bathroom, stone counters were inspired by the look of volcanic rock, while the bright colors and shapes of the accent tiles are based on the art of Disney Legend Mary Blair—whose patterns and designs reflect mid-century modern shapes and colors. The bathroom includes 2 separate areas for your convenience.
Please note: deluxe studios sleep up to 5 guests.
Boasting a private back deck, plunge pool and room for up to 8 Guests, the 2-bedroom, 2-bath overwater bungalow is a unique addition to the Disney Vacation Club Resort accommodations. Each idyllic bungalow was carefully positioned for a view of Magic Kingdom fireworks from the back deck, which also feature speakers that can pipe in the music along with the show.
Stroll to your bungalow across the wooden plank boardwalk, typical of Polynesian-inspired clusters of bungalows on the ocean. The roof of each bungalow reflects the traditional design of the longhouses at the Resort and feature similar accent colors and graphic designs in the gable.
Inside, finishes and design elements incorporate a variety of natural and organic materials, including distressed wood flooring, cloth‐like wall coverings, exposed wood ceiling beams, distressed bronze metals and lava rock-inspired solid surfaces and tiles.
The living, kitchen and dining areas share an open floor plan, with oversized windows and sliding glass doors offering unobstructed views of Cinderella Castle. A full kitchen includes the tools you may need to prepare meals in the privacy of your bungalow.
Stretch out on comfortable lounge furniture on a back deck that runs the length of the bungalow, and cool off with a dip in your private plunge pool. A separate private seating area features hanging chairs. Each bungalow also includes its own laundry area with stacked washer and dryer.
Taste the culinary magic of the islands at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Indulge in tropical specialties from the South Pacific, Asian-infused dishes and American classics for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Experience the delight of Character Dining, sip Polynesian cocktails by torchlight and take part in the spellbinding spirit of aloha at a traditional luau feast.
Kick off the fun at ‘Ohana’s Best Friends Breakfast with Lilo and Stitch, where you’ll dine on American favorites influenced by the exotic tastes of Polynesia. Watch as Disney Characters stop by to sign autographs and pose for photos as you feast on scrambled eggs, Island-style fried potatoes, Hawaiian pork sausages, smoked bacon and a variety of fresh fruits and breads. The meal is served family-style, since ‘ohana means family in Hawaiian.
When the doors to ‘Ohana open for dinner, the call of a conch shell welcomes you to an evening of Hawaiian-flavored specialties, storytelling and games. Savor all-you-care-to-enjoy, Polynesian-style delights and watch as the children play coconut races, sweeping coconuts with brooms across the hardwood floor down the center of the restaurant. The family fun continues as everyone is encouraged to play with hula hoops and dance to island music. The centerpiece of ‘Ohana is an 18-foot semi-circular fire pit, where you can watch your feast of sausage, beef, turkey and pork grilling on skewers. Dishes also include stir-fried vegetables, fried dumplings, noodles and salads. The full bar in 'Ohana offers select wines and tropical alcoholic drinks.
At Kona, enjoy a bit of Asian zest along with traditional American meals. Open to the tropical ambiance of the Great Ceremonial House, this casual café serves such breakfast delights as cinnamon and banana-stuffed Tonga Toast, a variety of savory egg dishes, and macadamia-pineapple pancakes. Midday, satisfy your hunger with an Island Chicken sandwich, Kona surf and turf burger deluxe, grilled teriyaki steak with pineapple salsa, or other tasty entrees. For dinner, feast on such delicacies as fresh fish, grilled lamb chops or oven-roasted Taal chicken.
Say aloha to coffee and pastries in the morning at Kona Island and enjoy made-to-order sushi and sashimi in the evening. Try a California luau roll, made with fresh jumbo lump crab, or the Hawaiian-style tuna poke. Cocktails, wine, beer and sake are available.
Be carried away by the spectacular Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show, an all-you-care-to-eat, family-style luau featuring hula dancing, fire and knife twirlers. Tuck into fragrant platters of authentic recipes like island pulled pork, BBQ ribs, roasted chicken and Polynesian rice. Finish off your feast with warm pineapple bread pudding with caramel sauce. Guests of all ages are also invited to participate at different points throughout the show.
Located on the first floor of the Great Ceremonial House, Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto offers handcrafted Polynesian-infused drinks and tasty small plates in a lively Tiki-themed atmosphere. Head off to this this world-famous oasis for exotic libations among Trader Sam’s collection of priceless souvenirs from around the globe.
At the Pineapple Lanai, indulge in a cool cup of the world-famous Dole Whip® soft-serve treat.
Named for the famous English explorer who sailed the south Pacific, Captain Cook’s quick-service eatery offers a fleet of choices, from healthy sandwiches to stir-fry to sushi—just steps away from the pool. Explore your options each morning as you start the day with a Mickey Waffle or banana-stuffed Tonga Toast. For lunch or dinner, discover an adventurous assortment of sandwiches, salads, flatbreads and more. Coming back from a late day? You can pick up hot food from the grill counter—and even bottles of wine—until 11:00 PM!