Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows is at the heart of Walt Disney World, on the Monorail Loop just across the Seven Seas Lagoon from the Magic Kingdom. This Disney Deluxe Villa Resort, while primarily a Disney Vacation Club property, is available for booking directly through Walt Disney World as well, at nightly rates.

Guests at Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows have the best of all worlds: easy access to the Magic Kingdom and the Ticket and Transportation Center, beautiful accommodations, numerous deluxe resort dining opportunities close at hand, and more. Guests can even attend a luau at this resort and cap the evening off by viewing the fireworks from the beach or a dip in the volcano themed feature pool.

In this video we are discussing 5 things you need to know and you will love about Disney's Polynesian Resort at Disney World. We will go over the restaurants, specialty classes, amenities such as the pools, rooms, monorail, food options and more at the Polynesian Resort Disney World!

Disney's Polynesian Village Resort offers this more private accommodation option for guests, featuring 360 deluxe studios and 20 overwater Bora Bora-inspired bungalows. Inside each bungalow, travelers will find two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a private deck with hanging chairs and a pool, and a view of Seven Seas Lagoon and Cinderella Castle. Studios feature queen-sized beds, sleeper sofas and pull-down beds.

Plus, bedding down here grants guests shared used of the larger Polynesian property's perks, such as the on-site Seven Seas Lagoon and Lilo's Playhouse kids club. Guests also praise the stellar views – which include Disney's famous evening fireworks – and the on-site ferry and monorail transit options to Walt Disney World. For dining, there's the Hawaiian-themed eatery 'Ohana, which has earned a round of applause from guests for its delicious buffets and kid-friendly activities like coconut races and hula hooping.


There are two pools available at Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows: the Lava Pool and Oasis Pool. The 120,000-gallon Lava Pool features a volcano with a 142-foot-long waterslide, in-pool seating, a zero-depth entrance and tropical surroundings. The Oasis Pool offers a more relaxed and calm vibe within a lush garden setting. There’s also sandy swimming beaches along Seven Seas Lagoon.

Guest Rooms

Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows offers two types of accommodations: Deluxe Studios and Bungalows. The Deluxe Studios can sleep up to five people and have kitchenettes, private terraces or balconies and split bathrooms, which include a combination shower and tub, a toilet and sink on one side and a walk-in shower and sink on the other side. The 20 over-the-water Bungalows can host up to eight people and feature two bathrooms, full kitchens, plunge pools, private decks, gated access and washers and dryers. Bungalows, which are inspired by traditional Polynesian structures, include finishes like wooden floors, bold accent colors, wooden ceiling beams and lava rock-inspired surfaces.

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access available throughout the property
  • Flat-screen TVs in all rooms
  • Bungalow decks have hanging chairs
  • Most Deluxe Studios and all Bungalows feature lagoon views

Standard room size: 475 square feet

  • Premium channels
  • Workspace/desk
  • Minifridge
  • Bathrobes/slippers

  • Minibar

  • Shower/tub combo
  • Separate shower
  • Separate tub

  • Internet
  • Wireless internet
  • Free internet
  • Fee for internet usage

  • Guest rooms with patios and balconies
  • Adjoining rooms available