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- Website: Polynesian Resort Website
- Resort Category: Deluxe
- Location: Magic Kingdom Resort Area
- Pricing: Starts at $385 per night
- Rooms Availabe:
- Standard Rooms - Garden, Lagoon, or Theme Park Views
- Club Level Rooms and Suites
Have I personally stayed here?
No I have not. I have visited the resort and eaten here at the Ohana restaurant as well as at the Luau that they have. The resort grounds are beautiful and it is awesome to be able to watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the beach while relaxing as the pipe in the Wishes music. All in all, I hope to stay there at least for one night one time. The price for me is a bit of a turn off, but hey you never know! :-)
- Review Number 1 - Judy
- What I like about it: I liked the fact that it was less than a minute walk to the TTC. The beach was great and you could watch fireworks from there without the crowds. The room was very nice. It held three adult women and a 9 year old boy quite comfortably. My 9 year old son was very impressed with the lobby and the pool, which I as an adult also liked. We at a two restaurants and the luau and had not a bad meal while we were there.
- What I didn't like: I can’t really think of anything I didn’t like about the Polynesian, but if pressed I guess I would say I wish the gift shops had been a little bigger.
- Would I stay here again: I would stay here again without a doubt. In fact I can't see myself staying anywhere else!
- Review Number 2 - Melissa R.
- What I like about it: There’s a long list of things I love about the Polynesian Resort. One of the main reasons we stay there is the theme- the decor and tropical vibe make us feel so relaxed and ready for the most memorable vacation the second we enter the lobby. Also, it is in a great location! You can take the monorail or boat to the Magic Kingdom and can walk to the Transportation Center to take the monorail to Epcot. There are also great restaurants at the Polynesian. Tonga Toast and a pot of French Pressed Kona Coffee at Kona Café are a great way to start the day before hitting the parks. Captain Cook’s is also a good place to grab a bite to eat – although it is a Quick Service restaurant, it offers delicious, unique menu items.
- What I didn't like about it: The rates are among the highest in the Deluxe Resort category. But, if you can take advantage of a discount, it is well worth the higher price. Also, it is very tough to get a reservation at O’Hana. I thought resort guests would get some sort of priority, but not such luck.
- Would I stay there again and why:Yes, my family and I would definitely stay at the Polynesian Resort again. The convenience, theme/decor, great food and the fond memories we have of our magical vacations at the resort will keep us coming back!