Today Walt Disney World Resort revealed the first look inside reimagined guestrooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The resort is now accepting bookings for late July 2021, welcoming guests to rooms featuring a new color palette inspired by the Pacific Ocean and its many islands.
Along with all-new furnishings and fixtures, the rooms will include details, patterns and textures from the Walt Disney Animation Studios film “Moana”—those who look carefully may discover several characters and references to the story, including the heart of Te Fiti.
The resort is also developing a new porte cochere that will enhance the arrival experience as guests pull up to its Great Ceremonial House. The design features a high-pitched, open-truss roof covered in a thatch style with pops of color. The area’s new open and airy vibe will be complemented by four chandeliers inspired by glass floats, fishing nets and oversized bamboo elements mirroring the chandelier inside the lobby. In addition, the resort’s Monorail station located above the porte cochere is receiving new wooden screens with geometric patterns in tropical colors.
Drawing inspiration from enduring fantasies of the South Pacific, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort sits along the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon, across the water from Magic Kingdom Park. Open since 1971, the resort transports guests to a romanticized American version of the South Seas.
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