Make Dining Reservations
Plan ahead for delicious dining experiences during your stay.
When to Book
Guests may make advance dining reservations at select restaurants.
- Guests with a Valid Disney Resort Hotel Reservation: Make reservations for your entire length of stay (for up to a 10-night stay) up to 60 days in advance of your arrival! This can help you enjoy streamlined vacation planning , since you can make all your reservations on the same day—rather than checking availability day after day.
- All Other Guests: Make reservations up to 60 days in advance.
Dining in the Theme Parks
To dine at an in-park, table-service restaurant, you need a confirmed dining reservation for the total number of Guests—regardless of age—along with a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on that same date for each Guest ages 3 and up.
Dining reservations do not guarantee access to a park, and Park Hopper availability may change daily. We recommend that Guests book in-park dining at the park where they have a park reservation.
Barefoot Pool Bar
Celebrate your escape—sans shoes if you will—to a South Pacific-inspired oasis at the base of looming Nanea Volcano.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Discover a bounty of classic and South-Seas inspired offerings—from breakfast, lunch and dinner to late night
Pay homage to the pineapple—symbol of hospitality and sweet treat—with a refreshing frozen DOLE WHIP®.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dine on continental cuisine with an Asian flair, featuring an open kitchen showcasing the talents of our sushi chefs.
Tambu Lounge – Great Ceremonial House
Bar Service, Late Night
Try a tropical drink at this tribute to the tiki god, featuring a full bar of libations and Hawaiian-inspired pupus.
Start your day with a bountiful breakfast. And at night, sit down to a relaxing Polynesian-themed dinner.
Oasis Bar & Grill
Take a break from the sun and imbibe in some fun at this poolside retreat with tropical cocktails, wine, beer and assorted beverages.
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
Amuse yourself at this tropical watering hole filled with an enchanting collection of nautical treasures, mystical totems and volcanic vistas.
Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace
Listen to live music and sip tropical drinks at a laid-back, open-air lounge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Enjoy coffee beverages and pastries in the morning and then sushi rolls and miniature desserts later in the day.
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort is conveniently connected by monorail, bus or water taxi to numerous Disney restaurants within the Magic Kingdom Resort area.