Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows

Situated on the Seven Seas Lagoon, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows brings the tropical spirit of the South Seas to Walt Disney World. From its convenient location near Magic Kingdom, to its island-inspired restaurants and evening entertainment options, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows is a perennial favorite among Disney Vacation Club Members.


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Polynesian Villas Rooms

Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows feature two types of accommodations: Deluxe Studios and Bora Bora Bungalows. Deluxe Studios can be booked as either standard view or lake view accommodations. All of the Bora Bora Bungalows sit atop of the water, offering views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and evening fireworks at the Magic Kingdom.

Deluxe Studio

Deluxe Studios at Disney’s Polynesian Villas can accommodate up to five adults. Each studio features a queen-size bed, queen-size sleeper sofa, and a single pull-down trundle bed. The room also includes a full bathroom with tub/shower combo, sink, and toilet, a partial bath with walk-in shower and sink, a small kitchenette, and a private porch or balcony.

Size: 447 square feet
Approximate Number of Rooms: 360


Bungalows

Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas are two-bedroom accommodations that can sleep up to eight adults. The master bedroom offers a large living space and includes a king-size bed. A second bedroom adds a queen-size bed and a single pull-down trundle bed. The living room has a queen-size sleeper sofa and a single pull-down trundle bed. Bungalows also feature a full kitchen, two bathrooms, a washer and dryer, and a large private deck with built-in plunge pool overlooking the lake.

Size: 1,093 square feet
Approximate Number of Rooms: 20



Vacation Points

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Nightly point costs at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows start at 16 points per night for Standard View Deluxe Studios, 20 points per night for Lake View Deluxe Studios, and 115 points per night for Bungalows. These point costs are higher than average when compared to other Disney Vacation Club Resorts.

Average Weekly Cost (7-Nights):

  • Deluxe Studio: 152 – 181 vacation points
  • Bungalow: 1,031 vacation points

*Average weekly cost varies based on view category selected.


Annual Dues History

2020 Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows Annual Dues: $6.7912 per point

Annual Dues or “maintenance fees” are paid yearly by Disney Vacation Club Members. These costs vary by resort and help cover real estate taxes, operating expenses, and administrative expenses for each resort.


Dining and Restaurants

Quick-Service:

Capt. Cooks: Dine on everyday favorites like eggs and Mickey waffles for breakfast or feed your more adventurous side with a variety of island-inspired dishes for lunch and dinner. Capt. Cooks is even open for late-night dining to satisfy you any time of day.

Kona Island: Swing by on your way to the monorail in the morning for a selection of pastries and coffee. From noon until close made-to-order sushi and sashimi is also offered. Specialty miniature desserts and a selection of beers are available as well.

Pineapple Lanai: Stop by this stand for the legendary Dole Whip soft-serve ice cream and floats, and don’t forget to order yours in a souvenir tiki sipper or bowl.


Table-Service:

Kona Cafe: This casual cafe gives guests American cuisine with an Asian flair. With an onstage sushi kitchen, and a variety of burgers, sandwiches, and entrees, there is something for everyone at this relaxing eatery.

‘Ohana: Join Lilo and Stitch for a bountiful breakfast at this popular restaurant or be treated like family during the Hawaiian feast served family-style for dinner. ‘Ohana is a character dining experience for breakfast only. For dinner, you can experience the evening fireworks or Electrical Light Parade as you enjoy your meal.

Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show: This luau dinner show features an all-you-care-to-enjoy family-style feast of ribs, chicken, pork, seasonal vegetables, and more. While dining, guests will enjoy music, dancing, and other special performances reflecting the cultures and traditions of Polynesia.


In-Room Dining:

In-room dining options are also available to guests 24-hours daily. Menus within your DVC Villa will showcase the wide variety of American favorites and specialty items available at your resort.


Lounges:

Trader Sams Grog Grotto: Inspired by the original Trader Sams at the Disneyland Resort, this tropical hideaway features a menu of cocktails, appetizers, and a lively atmosphere. Trader Sams is open for the whole family from 3:00 pm until 8:00 pm. After 8:00 pm, guests must be 21 years of age or older.

Tambu Lounge: Located adjacent to ‘Ohana, guests at Tambu Lounge can choose from a long list of specialty cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as appetizers and well-loved dishes from ‘Ohana.

Barefoot Pool Bar: This pool-side bar offers a menu of sandwiches, snacks, specialty drinks, and views of Magic Kingdom Park.

Oasis Pool Bar: Relax near the Oasis pool as you treat yourself to a Polynesian inspired burger or fish tacos and tropical cocktail. This pool bar has a large variety of bites for whatever you’re craving.


Pools and Amenities

Lava Pool: This large pool immerses guests into the tropics with its towering volcano and zero-entry beach-like feel. The Lava Pool also features a water slide, hot tub, and large deck.

Oasis Pool: This leisure pool, nestled between the gardens and longhouses, offers guests a relaxing oasis with cabanas available to rent.

Guests at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows can also take advantage of the following amenities: 

  • Jogging Trail
  • Volleyball Courts
  • Outdoor Campfire & Movies
  • Guided Fishing Excursions
  • Mikala Canoe Club Marina
  • Celebrate Polynesian Culture Hula Dance Lessons
  • Electrical Water Pagent 
  • Access to Fitness Center at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Transportation

Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows offers both monorail and boat service to Magic Kingdom Park and area resorts. Monorail service is available to Epcot through the Transportation and Ticket Ticket Center located a short walk from the resort. Bus service offers transportation to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom Park, both water parks, and Disney Springs.


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Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows opened in April of 2015 and has a DVC contract end date of January 31st, 2066.