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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Rooms

As with all of the deluxe resorts at Walt Disney World Resort, the rooms at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort have interior hallways. In the guest rooms you will find 2 queen size beds with batik bed canopies and day bed.  NOTE:  King size beds are available only in the two bedroom or Presidential Suite.   An armoire, television, clock radio, nightstand, telephone, table with 2 chairs, wall mirror, ceiling fan, small safe in the lit closet, luggage rack, iron and ironing board and a full bathroom that includes a hair dryer are here for your comfort. Most of the upper floor rooms have balconies. Some of the older buildings were intentionally built without balconies to preserve the authenticity of the Polynesian building styles. King size beds are available only in suites, not the regular guestrooms. Some of the rooms in the Rapa Nui or Tokelau longhouses are specially equipped for guests with disabilities. An average guestroom is 409 square feet. Two views are offered here, garden or lagoon.  Pool views have been added now that the main theme pool rehab is completed.

Guests who need to connect to home or work via the Internet while vacationing, will find complimentary high speed access. Roll-away beds are not offered here. Guests may request coffeemakers (with a single supply of complimentary coffee/tea), bed boards, bed rails, extra pillows, blankets, towels, robes and International Electrical Adapters. Call Housekeeping to do so. If there are more than 2 adults in the same room, there is an additional charge of $25 per person, per night. 



Suites: The Tonga longhouse is home to the suites at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. Most suites have a kitchen area and a sitting area. They also offer 2 queen size beds, or 1 king size, and possibly 2 Sico beds (that pull out from the wall). The bathrooms have lovely marble tubs. The furniture, in accordance with the South Seas theme, is bamboo and cane with stone table tops. Other benefits of staying in a suite include speaker telephones with a second line, bathrobes, an iron and ironing board, some special Polynesian stationery and a nightly turndown service.   These amenities are also available in the standard concierge rooms.

Presidential Suite (King Kamehameha Suite) - 1863 sq ft ($1805.00 to $2490.00 per night - appx)
This suite has two bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, with a parlor.  This is a two floor suite, with the main living area on the first floor, and the two bedrooms on the second floor.  The mini kitchen here includes a small refrigerator, ice maker, small microwave and sink.  There are also standard connecting rooms availalbe that could make this a five bedroom suite.

Ambassador Suite - 1513 sq ft ($1345.00 to $1760.00)
This suite has two bedrooms, 3 baths and a parlor area.  Mini-kitchen includes a small refrigerator, ice maker, small microwave and sink.  There are two suites in this category.

Princess Suite - 1212 sq. ft ($1190.00 to $1630.00)
This suite has two bedrooms, each with two queen beds, along with a day bed in the parlor.  This suite also includes a wet bar and small refrigerator.

1br Princess Suite - 760 sq. ft ($680.00 to $975.00)
This suite has one bedroom with two queen beds, and a day bed in the parlor.  

Suite add on room - 386 sq. ft (same price as lagoon view room)
At Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, the Concierge Service is found in the Hawaii and Tonga longhouses. The Concierge lounge is located in the Hawaii building. Concierge guests can check in here and have refreshments upon arrival. In addition to the amenities offered with the suites, concierge service includes making your dining reservations, planning outings, ticket purchases, transportation arrangements, filling requests for special dining or accommodation needs, daily newspapers and use of the lounge. The lounge offers a continental breakfast buffet (with bagels, fresh fruit, cereals and beverages), mid-afternoon snacks (with fresh-baked cookies and beverages), in the late afternoon, wine and hors d'oeuvres, and later on in the evening, guests can enjoy cordials and bedtime snacks. The concierge has even been known to secure an autographed picture or two of your favorite characters! 

For families with very small children, cribs (the pak-n-play variety), playpens and high chairs are available by calling Housekeeping or Guest Services. While Disney's Polynesian Resort may be one of the two oldest resorts on property, extensive renovations have been ongoing, most recently in 1997 and 1998. 

TIP: The rooms closest to the restaurants, monorail and bus stop are found in the Tonga, Niue and Rarotonga longhouses. Samoa, Hawaii, Tokelau, Rarotonga, and Niue are all close to the large pool. The Magic Kingdom Park is best viewed from rooms in the Hawaii, Tokelau or Tahiti buildings.

Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out is 11 a.m. Guest may check in as early as 7 a.m. and if the room is not ready, store luggage with Bell Services and head for the theme parks when they open.

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