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Polynesian10074 points banked for 2019, 100 points for 2020 an beyondDec155$15,500Sale Pending
Polynesian100100 points for 2020 and beyondJun150$15,000Sale Pending
Polynesian175175 points for 2022 and beyondFeb135$23,625Sale Pending
Polynesian20012 points for 2021, full points 2022 and beyond, can close 4/22/21Dec133$26,600Sale Pending
Polynesian250125 points coming Apr 1, 2021 + 250 points for 2022 (Can close after 3/6/21)Apr139Sale Pending
Polynesian300197 points banked for 2019, 300 points for 2020 and beyondOct132$39,600Sale Pending
Disney DVC Polynesian view of water bungalows at sunset
5 Star Resort
1600 Seven Seas Drive Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Expires
2066
Maintenance Cost
$7.05 per point
*proposed dues for 2021
Public Offering Statement

Laidback, Pacific island vibes, tropical drinks and colorful flowers; this is what Disney’s Polynesian Resort is all about. Built in 1971 as one of the original resorts at Disney World, Disney’s Polynesian added 380 Disney Vacation Club suites to the resort in 2015. Considering that the Polynesian is one of the most popular Resort Hotels on Disney property, this addition made perfect sense when DVC was looking to expand.

The theming at the Polynesian is striking and arguably some of the best you’ll find at any Disney Resort. Walking through the front doors and into the grand Ceremonial House feels like you are transported to a remote Pacific island, circa 1970. The mix of dark brown hues, brightly colored floral arrangements and native Polynesian carvings is reminiscent of a classic island resort set upon the jungles of the island. 

But it’s not just the theming that makes the Polynesian one of the most popular resorts at Disney World. Being one of the first resorts built on property, its prime location is definitely a perk of staying here. Placed directly along the Resort Monorail line with a designated station in the resort means that guests can quickly commute to the Magic Kingdom and the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC) for transfers to Epcot. Let’s review the other perks of staying at DVC’s Polynesian Resort.

Accommodations

In 2015 when Disney decided to expand the Polynesian to add DVC units, they went all out. Not only did they add 360 Deluxe Studios to the resort but they also added 20 over-the-water Bungalows, bringing the true Polynesian vacation feeling directly to Disney World. This unique addition added another level of luxury to DVC that to this day is unmatched. 

Available Rooms

Deluxe Studios

With over 300 Studios to choose from, there are plenty of options at the Polynesian. As an added bonus, each Studio is equipped with an extra Murphy bed making them able to accommodate up to 5 guests.

Water Bungalows

Disney DVC Polynesian Resort

The ultimate suite for the perfect getaway, these private on-the-water bungalows are exactly as you’d imagine to experience on an exotic vacation to Bora Bora or Fiji. They each have 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large open kitchen, a water view living room with a sleeping bed, and a huge deck with lounge chairs and a soaking pool. 

Available Views

Disney DVC Polynesian Resort

All Deluxe Studios are either Standard View or Lake View. Bungalows are all located on the Seven Seas Lagoon and are therefore considered Lakefront. 

Standard View

View of the resort pool, gardens or parking area

Lake View

View of the Seven Seas Lagoon, Magic Kingdom and the Grand Floridian Resort. 

While Lake View rooms may seem like the best option at the Polynesian, some guests have complained about boat noise on the lagoon throughout the night. If you are looking for a quiet stay, a room facing away from the lagoon may be a better option.

Resort Dining

Disney’s Polynesian has several very highly rated dining options. Here’s where you’ll find the best of best when it comes to entertainment while you eat. From luaus to Tonga Toast, a visit to the Polynesian, even just for a meal, is well worth the trip.

Kona Kafe

Disney DVC Polynesian Resort
flickr.com @Steven Miller

You may have heard of the famous Tonga Toast, enormous deep fried french toast stuffed with bananas. Kona Kafe is the home of this famous breakfast treat as well as a wide selection of other delicious breakfast and lunch items. If you’re wondering if Tonga Toast is really that good and worth the $16 price tag. The answer is yes it is!

‘Ohana

This popular Hawaiian themed family-style dining option serves delicious island inspired dishes for dinner and offers a character breakfast with Lilo & Stitch daily. Dinner is all you can eat but slightly different than other buffets on property. Here, bread and sides are served at your table to be shared. Meat and shrimp are cooked on open flames and brought on skewers to your table throughout the evening.

Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show

Another dining experience unique to the Polynesian is the Aloha Dinner Show. Similar to Ohana, food is served family style at your table. While dining on your delicious tropical dinner, you’ll be entertained by amazing luau performers including flame throwers and hula dancers. 

Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto

Before or after dinner head over to Trader Sam’s for a few smoking cocktails and a bit of nostalgia. Trader Sams, possibly one of the best themed bars at Disney World, is like no other bar or lounge on property. Here you’ll find a variety of delicious treats, fun themed tropical drinks and a huge squid from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea hanging overhead.

Other Dining Options at Disney’s Polynesian

Tambu Lounge – Great Ceremonial House – Lounge

Capt. Cook’s – All Day Quick Service

Kona Island – Quick Service with Grab and Go Items

Barefoot Pool Bar 

Pineapple Lanai – Snack Stand Serving the famous Pineapple Dole Whip 

Amenities

Disney DVC Polynesian Resort

Pools

The Polynesian has two pools. The larger Lava Pool is packed with fun for the whole family. With its erupting volcano and 142-foot tubular waterslide this pool checks off everything on the list for a exoctic vacation pool day.

The smaller, Leisure pool is a quiet oasis for vacationers of all ages to enjoy a more relaxed pool experience.

Other Amenities

  • Electrical Water Pageant
    Check out the Electrical Water Pageant floats along the Seven Seas Lagoon each night.
  • Fishing
    Guided excursions and dockside fishing are available at the marina.
  • Jogging
    The scenic 1.5-mile trail along Seven Seas Lagoon is perfect for a quiet jog.
  • Watercraft Rentals
    The lakeside marina has a variety of watercrafts available for rent. 
  • Movies Under the Stars
    Select nights offer family Disney movies outside under the stars.
  • Volleyball 

Pros

  • Extremely convenient location with easy access to Magic Kingdom, the Grand Floridian, and the Contemporary Resort
  • Quick 10-minute walk to and from the Transportation and Ticket Center
  • Beautifully and uniquely themed resort for a one of a kind vacation
  • Several delicious dining options

Cons

  • Lake View and Pool View rooms can be a bit noisy
  • Lower floor room views may be blocked by the water bungalows
  • Can be difficult to book less than 11 months out
Deluxe Studio
Bungalow
2020 Point Chart
2020 Point Chart
DVC – Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
Vacation Points Per Night
SStandard View
LLake View
Deluxe Studio
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two Bed­room Bungalow
(Sleeps up to 8)
S L L
Adventure SeasonJan 1-31,Sept 1-30,Dec 1-14,
Sun – Thurs
16 20 115
Fri – Sat
19 24 133
Weekly
118 148 841
S L L
Choice SeasonOct 1-Nov 24,Nov 28-30,Dec 15-23,
Sun – Thurs
18 21 120
Fri – Sat
20 24 137
Weekly
130 153 874
S L L
Dream SeasonFeb 1-15,May 1-Jun 10,Aug 16-31,
Sun – Thurs
21 25 135
Fri – Sat
24 29 159
Weekly
153 183 993
S L L
Magic SeasonFeb 16-Apr 4,Apr 19-30,Jun 11-Aug 15,Nov 25-27,
Sun – Thurs
23 27 160
Fri – Sat
27 32 187
Weekly
169 199 1174
S L L
Premier SeasonApr 5-18,Dec 24-31,
Sun – Thurs
31 37 197
Fri – Sat
36 42 227
Weekly
227 269 1439
2021 Point Chart
2021 Point Chart
DVC – Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
Vacation Points Per Night
SStandard View
LLake View
Deluxe Studio
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two Bed­room Bungalow
(Sleeps up to 8)
S L L
Travel Period 1Sept 1-19,
Sun – Thu
15 19 115
Fri – Sat
18 24 133
Weekly
111 143 841
S L L
Travel Period 2Jan 1-31,Sept 20-30,Dec 1-23,
Sun – Thurs
17 21 120
Fri – Sat
20 24 137
Weekly
125 153 874
S L L
Travel Period 3May 1-Jun 10,Oct 1-Nov 23,Nov 27-30,
Sun – Thurs
19 23 130
Fri – Sat
22 26 149
Weekly
139 167 948
S L L
Travel Period 4Feb 1-15,Aug 16-31,
Sun – Thurs
21 25 136
Fri – Sat
24 29 160
Weekly
153 183 1000
S L L
Travel Period 5Apr 11-30,Jun 11-Aug 15,
Sun – Thu
23 26 154
Fri – Sat
26 32 176
Weekly
167 194 1122
S L L
Travel Period 6Feb 16-28,Mar 1-27,Apr 5-10,Nov 24-26,
Sun – Thurs
24 28 162
Fri – Sat
27 32 187
Weekly
174 204 1184
S L L
Travel Period 7Mar 28-Apr 4,Dec 24-31,
Sun – Thurs
33 39 199
Fri – Sat
37 43 227
Weekly
239 281 1449