Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific at this oasis of tropical palms, lush vegetation, koi ponds and white-sand beaches. From moonlit nights on our torch-lined waterfront to the exotic tastes of our world-class restaurants, discover the signature tropical ambience that’s made Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort a favorite Disney destination since 1971.
**Please note: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort recently embarked on one of the largest and most exciting updates in its long and storied history! As a part of these efforts, we are currently refurbishing several areas of our Resort and select amenities may be affected.**
– Character Dining –
Ohana – Beast Friends Breakfast – Hang loose with Stitch and friends at breakfast and enjoy games, storytelling and a Hawaiian-style feast at dinner. Lilo and Stitch, along with other friends, invite you and your ʻohana to an American breakfast influenced by Polynesian flavors. Feast family-style as Disney Friends visit with Guests, sign autographs and pose for photos. Breakfast selections include scrambled eggs, Island-style fried potatoes, Hawaiian pork sausages, smoked bacon and a variety of fresh fruits and breads. Character appearances and entertainment are subject to change. Advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
– Dinner Show –
Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show – Enjoy an enchanting luau with Polynesian dancing and an all-you-care-to-enjoy, family-style feast. Experience Hula Dancing, Fire Dancing and More! Celebrate the spirit of aloha with spellbinding dancers, drummers and a show-stopping fire-knife performer. Auntie Wini is hosting a fun-filled luau to say goodbye to one of the local girls who’s headed to the “mainland” for college—and you’re invited! In the open-air theater in Luau Cove, delight in enthralling traditions from Polynesia, including dances from Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand and Hawaii. Also, included with the show is an All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Tropical Feast! Settle in for platters of authentic dishes, like Island pulled pork, BBQ ribs, roasted chicken and a vegetable medley. Advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
– Dining Options –
Kona Cafe’ – This relaxed café infuses a bit of Asian zest into traditional American meals and features an onstage sushi kitchen. Savor American favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner—prepared with hints of the South Seas. Open to the tropical ambiance of the Great Ceremonial House, this casual café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Onstage Sushi Kitchen – watch a talented row of traditional sushi chefs hand roll a few of your favorites and beautifully prepare mouthwatering selections of nigiri, sashimi and more. Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
Ohana – The call of a conch shell welcomes you to an evening of Hawaiian-flavored specialties, storytelling and games. Servers dash between tikis and tropical greenery to bring skewers of sweet and sour chicken, oak-grilled shrimp and steak to your table, as well as dumplings, stir-fried vegetables, lo mein noodles and salad. **Please note: Disney Friends join Guests for breakfast. Though filled with fun and games, dinner is a non-Character Dining experience.** Advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
Captain Cook’s – Explore your options each morning as you start the day with a Mickey Waffle or banana-stuffed Tonga Toast. For lunch or dinner, discover an adventurous assortment of sandwiches, salads, flatbreads and more. Beer and wine are also available.
– Themed Pools –
Paddle down and around the Lava Pool or lounge the day away around the Polynesian East Pool. Hours and lifeguard availability vary by pool and are subject to change. ** Please note: Now through 2016, the Polynesian East Pool will be closed for enhancements.
Lava Pool – Make a splash at this pool which features a towering volcano, a waterfall and a thrilling 142 foot-long waterslide. A zero-depth entry point, similar to a beach, slopes gently into the pool making for easy entry and exit. Nearby, a lounge and bar offer refreshments and snacks.
Polynesian East Pool – Nestled amid a garden, this all-ages leisure pool promises a more tranquil swim for those looking to relax and unwind. ** Please note: Now through 2016, the Polynesian East Pool will be closed for enhancements.
– Additional Recreation –
Lilo’s Playhouse – At Lilo’s Playhouse, kids 3 to 12 years of age can enjoy activities inspired by classic tales like Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland and Pinocchio, all while parents explore a few grown-up adventures of their own.
Movies Under the Stars – Watch favorite Disney films at complimentary screenings on the beach nearest Lava Pool.
Motorized Boat Rentals – Cruise around Seven Seas Lagoon aboard one of the motorized boats from Seven Seas Marina.
Campfire Activities – Gather ‘round as the sun goes down for old-fashioned family fun as you roast marshmallows by a crackling fire.
Fishing – Experience bass fishing at its finest with a guided catch-and-release excursion.
Volleyball – Enjoy a friendly beach volleyball match on the lagoon-side court.
Jogging Trail – Enjoy views of Magic Kingdom park, Disney’s Wedding Pavilion and more as you jog along the lagoon.
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