Walt Disney World Resort plans to begin welcoming back guests to its Disney's Polynesian Village Resort by late July, while concurrently unveiling a refreshed guestroom design at the property.
Outfitted with new furnishings and fixtures, the updated accommodations draw inspiration from the film "Moana," featuring designs that incorporate characters from the movie, as well as a Pacific Ocean-inspired color palette. The bathrooms have also been redone, showcasing ocean floor-inspired tiling and vanities with decoratively carved details.
The guestroom upgrades at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort get their inspiration for the movie "Moana."
Bathrooms showcase ocean floor-inspired tiling and vanities with decoratively carved details.
The resort is also in the process of updating its Great Ceremonial House entryway. The renovated entrance area will include a revamped porte cochere, which will feature a high-pitched, thatch-style roof, chandeliers, fishing nets and bamboo elements, while the resort's monorail station, located above the porte cochere, will receive new wooden screens with colorful geometric patterns.
A guestroom refresh is a big part of the upgrades at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort has been closed throughout the pandemic, though Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, which is part of the Disney Vacation Club Resorts network, has remained in operation.