NOTE:  The Polynesian Resort will re-open on July 19, 2021 after refurbishment to non-DVC guests.  The resort remains open to DVC guests.  

On reopening, the monorail station will remain closed while construction on a new station continues.

Disney's Polynesian Resort is one of the original resorts at Walt Disney World.  In the Magic Kingdom area, it is one of three resort hotels on the monorail and is home to some very popular dining locations, including Ohana, Pineapple Lanai, and Trader Sam's Tiki Bar.

In the fall of 2020, the resort is scheduled to undergo a large-scale refurbishment, which includes the Great Ceremonial House (lobby) commencing work on September 28th, and rooms which will include a new Moana-inspired theme.  The monorail station closed on November 2, 2020 while the refurbishment occurs, leaving guests with the ability to walk to the Grand Floridian monorail station, or take Disney Transport bus, or boat service.

This is a deluxe category resort which has rooms facing the Magic Kingdom, perfect for viewing the Water Pageant and Happily Ever After, a beautiful beach on the Seven Seas Lagoon, and many amenities.