Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

★★★★★
  • 1600 Seven Seas Dr

    Orlando, FL 32830

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It's been about 4 years since our last stay at the Polynesian Hotel and Resort. They supposedly rennovated this hotel. Not bad--however, they took out the gift shop and moved it to another area. The merchandise is not of the same variety--which was a huge disappointment for us. Captain Cooks is better in some ways, but the quality of food was not what we expected. Runny eggs, greasy spoon type of cuisine, etc. which is a stomachache waiting to happen! The service is pretty good at this hotel though. However, their lobby is noisy as well as their restaurants upstairs. The food at their one restaurant (Kona Cafe) upstairs is very good and reasonably priced for a resort hotel. All in all, get ready for a hike if you stay here. Their rooms are located in separate buildings and we were situated in a building very far from the main lobby! And because they want you to be in that "polynesian atmosphere", the decor and lighting is very dark, dark, dark.

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★★★★☆

It's been about 4 years since our last stay at the Polynesian Hotel and Resort. They supposedly rennovated this hotel. Not bad--however, they took out the gift shop and moved it to another area. The merchandise is not of the same variety--which was a huge disappointment for us. Captain Cooks is better in some ways, but the quality of food was not what we expected. Runny eggs, greasy spoon type of cuisine, etc. which is a stomachache waiting to happen! The service is pretty good at this hotel though. However, their lobby is noisy as well as their restaurants upstairs. The food at their one restaurant (Kona Cafe) upstairs is very good and reasonably priced for a resort hotel. All in all, get ready for a hike if you stay here. Their rooms are located in separate buildings and we were situated in a building very far from the main lobby! And because they want you to be in that "polynesian atmosphere", the decor and lighting is very dark, dark, dark.

Pros: Decor, On the monorail line, Lots of gift shops within hotel

Cons: None

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Besides the fact that you are in Disney and will get the best service everywhere, this hotel has everything youd want. From the moment you walk in the lobby to the grounds and view this is what a real vacation is. While it is pricey it really is worth it. You feel as though you are on a far off island only the magic kingdom is a 3 minute ride away. I've tried other hotels but end up loving the Polynesian the best.

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★★★★★

Besides the fact that you are in Disney and will get the best service everywhere, this hotel has everything youd want. From the moment you walk in the lobby to the grounds and view this is what a real vacation is. While it is pricey it really is worth it. You feel as though you are on a far off island only the magic kingdom is a 3 minute ride away. I've tried other hotels but end up loving the Polynesian the best.

Pros: relaxing atmosphere, tropical feel, amazing service

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The Polnesian is a very nice resort. Its literally steps from the Magic Kingdom, although with the monorail right there, its hardly worth walking if its not too crowded. The restarant has arguably the best coffee in Walt Disney World. The rooms are nice and fairly spacious, alhtough some of them can be a walk from the main building. The pool is nice, with a small waterfall and a very small slide. The beach is large and well maintained.

5
★★★★★

The Polnesian is a very nice resort. Its literally steps from the Magic Kingdom, although with the monorail right there, its hardly worth walking if its not too crowded. The restarant has arguably the best coffee in Walt Disney World. The rooms are nice and fairly spacious, alhtough some of them can be a walk from the main building. The pool is nice, with a small waterfall and a very small slide. The beach is large and well maintained.

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One of the two oldest Disney Resort Properties - yet widely one of the most popular. We experienced this resort last year after a heavily discounted military rate. We were able to stay in a lagoon view conceirge room. This was AMAZING. We could see the fireworks and the castle from our room. This resort is a bit pricey but the atmosphere can not be beat. It's our 4 year olds favorite resort. The monorail makes life much easier. Also, do not miss the O'hana restuarant. Remember, it means "FAMILY". After 5 years of visiting this by far our family's favorite place for dinner. They also offer a character breakfast. Two great shops and two other restaurants are located here. Nightly turn down service is offered too. Nothing like coming in to a room and finding chocolates on your pillow!

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★★★★★

One of the two oldest Disney Resort Properties - yet widely one of the most popular. We experienced this resort last year after a heavily discounted military rate. We were able to stay in a lagoon view conceirge room. This was AMAZING. We could see the fireworks and the castle from our room. This resort is a bit pricey but the atmosphere can not be beat. It's our 4 year olds favorite resort. The monorail makes life much easier. Also, do not miss the O'hana restuarant. Remember, it means "FAMILY". After 5 years of visiting this by far our family's favorite place for dinner. They also offer a character breakfast. Two great shops and two other restaurants are located here. Nightly turn down service is offered too. Nothing like coming in to a room and finding chocolates on your pillow!

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Like the rest of the Disney, the Polynesian resort was outstanding and magical. The landscaping makes it seem like a polynesian or hawaiian retreat. The buildings look like lodges and the rooms are tastefully decorated. The cleaning staff takes pride in their jobs and do an outstanding job. There are a number of other pros to staying here. The monorail is nearby, there is a lake where you can rent boats, the pools are unique and fun, and there are a number of good restaurants nearby, too. Though a bit pricey, for the location and experience, well worth it.

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★★★★☆

Like the rest of the Disney, the Polynesian resort was outstanding and magical. The landscaping makes it seem like a polynesian or hawaiian retreat. The buildings look like lodges and the rooms are tastefully decorated. The cleaning staff takes pride in their jobs and do an outstanding job. There are a number of other pros to staying here. The monorail is nearby, there is a lake where you can rent boats, the pools are unique and fun, and there are a number of good restaurants nearby, too. Though a bit pricey, for the location and experience, well worth it.

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Palm trees, waterfalls, sand and surf will transport you from central Florida to the tranquility of the south Pacific. From the lei greeting at check-in, to the excotic and scrumptous luau, guests of Walt Disney World's Polynesian Resort experience magic unsurpassed as only Disney can provide. This resort is truly romantic and inspiring. From the hammock clad beach, sights and sounds of the Magic Kingdom can be experienced. What better way to end your day than by watching fireworks light up the sky while nestled beneath a canopy of stars? Unmatched in romance and ambieance, Disney's Polynesian Resort is tranquility at its best!

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★★★★★

Palm trees, waterfalls, sand and surf will transport you from central Florida to the tranquility of the south Pacific. From the lei greeting at check-in, to the excotic and scrumptous luau, guests of Walt Disney World's Polynesian Resort experience magic unsurpassed as only Disney can provide. This resort is truly romantic and inspiring. From the hammock clad beach, sights and sounds of the Magic Kingdom can be experienced. What better way to end your day than by watching fireworks light up the sky while nestled beneath a canopy of stars? Unmatched in romance and ambieance, Disney's Polynesian Resort is tranquility at its best!

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Beautiful Disney resort with tropical plantings and gardens make you feel as if you are in an island in the Pacific! The plantings are beautifully maintained, and the ceremonial house in the center of the resort has more palms, flowers, and large waterfalls. The resort has two pools, one very conventional, while the other has a large slide for the kids and kids at heart. Rooms are large, well-equipped, and comfortable but have admittedly thin walls, so bring along a sound machine or earplugs so you don't get disturbed by your neighbors. The resort has the advantage of being on the main monorail and is located adjacent to Disney's transportation center so it is easy to get to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and other destinations along the monorail system. We were at the Polynesian during Hurricane Charley and the staff went out of their way to make us feel comfortable.

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★★★★★

Beautiful Disney resort with tropical plantings and gardens make you feel as if you are in an island in the Pacific! The plantings are beautifully maintained, and the ceremonial house in the center of the resort has more palms, flowers, and large waterfalls. The resort has two pools, one very conventional, while the other has a large slide for the kids and kids at heart. Rooms are large, well-equipped, and comfortable but have admittedly thin walls, so bring along a sound machine or earplugs so you don't get disturbed by your neighbors. The resort has the advantage of being on the main monorail and is located adjacent to Disney's transportation center so it is easy to get to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and other destinations along the monorail system. We were at the Polynesian during Hurricane Charley and the staff went out of their way to make us feel comfortable.

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atmosphere of polynesia is not just at your door its in your room...kids activities in the main house (lobby) get you started even before you check in...music of the islands piped thoughout the complex....you will want to stay forever

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★★★★★

atmosphere of polynesia is not just at your door its in your room...kids activities in the main house (lobby) get you started even before you check in...music of the islands piped thoughout the complex....you will want to stay forever

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The service at the Polynesian is beyond words and the location to the parks via the transportation center is within walking distance from the hotel. It didn't take us longer than 5 minutes to get from our room to the TPC. Furthermore, this was my husbands first trip to Disney in 30 years and lets just say after our trip in 2001...I get to go every other year.

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★★★★★

The service at the Polynesian is beyond words and the location to the parks via the transportation center is within walking distance from the hotel. It didn't take us longer than 5 minutes to get from our room to the TPC. Furthermore, this was my husbands first trip to Disney in 30 years and lets just say after our trip in 2001...I get to go every other year.

Pros: Location

Cons: Cost

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we have vacationed in disney eight times over the last eighteen years with our three children. while we have stayed in many of the on site resorts, the polynesian is our favorite. we have stayed here three times. we will be going on a disney cruise next year and on the land portion of the trip we will again stay at the polynesian. we can lay on the beach and see the castle and hear the train. the ambiance is well worth the money and you cannot beat the convenience of the mono-rail.

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★★★★★

we have vacationed in disney eight times over the last eighteen years with our three children. while we have stayed in many of the on site resorts, the polynesian is our favorite. we have stayed here three times. we will be going on a disney cruise next year and on the land portion of the trip we will again stay at the polynesian. we can lay on the beach and see the castle and hear the train. the ambiance is well worth the money and you cannot beat the convenience of the mono-rail.

Pros: beautifull, convenient, nostalgic

Cons: exspensive

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