|Points on Contract||120|
|Price Per Point||$175|
|Dues Per Point||$7.05|
June 2021 - 229 points
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Journey to the middle of the magic and uncover a sunny oasis that transports you and your family to the tropical paradise of your dreams. Here mid-century modern design meets traditional Polynesian taste in a blissful union of Disney heritage and the spirit of aloha.
After you’ve checked in, follow the tiki torches as they light the path to your magical home. Along the way, you can even stop at Pineapple Lanai for your first Dole Whip of the trip.
Once you’ve settled in, kick back and enjoy your personal paradise. By day, sprawl out under the sun at the Lava Pool and the Kiki Tikis Splash Play area. Later, after the sun sets, savor an all-you-care-to-enjoy, family-style luau at the Disney’s Sprit of Aloha Dinner Show.
When the stars come out, head down to the beach for stunning views of Magic Kingdom fireworks over the water – you can even hear the show’s soundtrack. And of course, when you want to go experience Magic Kingdom Park up close, you’re only a boat or monorail ride away!
The original island escape, reimagined. Find your place in paradise for decades to come at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows. This Resort, nestled within the legendary island-themed oasis of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, is just a monorail ride away from Magic Kingdom Park fun.
The South Pacific spirit meets a heritage of Disney magic at this tropical retreat with vibrantly redesigned Deluxe Studios – the largest at Walt Disney World – and truly unique two-bedroom Bungalows – Disney’s first-ever over-the-water accommodations.
Celebrate life’s great moments to a tiki beat, and explore the amenities of Disney’s Polynesian Village REsort during your stay. Make a splash down the 142-foot pool slide or experience a family-style luau celebration at Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show.
Don’t miss Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto, a whimsically themed tiki bar, which captures the scallywaggery of the South Seas. The open-air Tiki Terrace serves sips and bites like tacos, poke, and punch, as live island-themed music plays under starry skies.
At Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, the over-the-water Bungalows – which sleep up to eight – are the first of their kind built by Walt Disney Imagineers, and the Deluxe Studios are the largest at Walt Disney World Resort, sleeping up to five!
Approx. 447 sq ft
Deluxe Studios include one queen-size bed, one queen-size sleeper sofa, and one pull-down bunk-size bed. Deluxe Studios also boast: A Split bathroom area, featuring a tub/shower combination on one side and a walk-in shower with rain shower head on the other. A flat-panel TV and a kitchenette, featuring a wet bar, small refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker. Tray ceiling, crown molding, and authentic wood carvings. Vibrant furnishings and colorful artwork, inspired by Disney legend and artist Mary Blair. A private patio or balcony, many with incredible views of the Magic Kingdom fireworks.
Approx. 1,093 sq ft
Two-bedroom Bungalows include one king-size bed, one queen-size bed, one queen-size sleeper sofa, and two pull-down bunk-size beds. In addition to most of the amenities in a Deluxe Studio, Disney’s first-ever over-the-water accommodations also include: A master bathroom with in-mirror TV, whirlpool tub, and walk-in shower. A convenient washer & dryer, and a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances. An open living area with dining table and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. A private deck with a plunge pool, a magnificent view of Magic Kingdom fireworks, and speakers for listening to the music featured during the fireworks show.