Disney's Polynesian Resort
Disney's Polynesian Resort is a relaxing tropical paradise, with lush vegetation, thatched roofs, koi ponds, and white sandy beaches.
Guest rooms are set in eleven 2- and 3- storey village longhouses that surround the Great Ceremonial House (built to resemble a Tahitian assembly lodge).
Disney's Polynesian Resort offers a volcano pool (with a 40-foot high volcano with waterfall and waterslide) fishing, boating, waterskiing and parasailing on Bay Lake and Seven Seas Lagoon.
This hotel is located close to the Magic Kingdom theme park.
The guest rooms (almost 900) are decorated in Polynesian style and furnishings are made of wicker and bamboo. The marble bathrooms are spacious and continue the theme.
Rooms have cable/satellite television, air conditioning, climate control, multi-line telephones and a safe.
High-speed internet access is available for an additional charge.
Ohana - Open for breakfast and dinner, Mickey and Friends host a daily breakfast here. At dinnertime, it's a family-style, all-you-can-eat Polynesian feast, with meats and seafood grilled over an open fire.
Kona Cafe - Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this casual restaurant starts with an American-style breakfast, but lunch and dinner have an Asian flair. Freshly roasted Kona coffee is prepared in a press pot.
Disney's Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show - This interactive dinner show is presented in the beachfront, back-yard cabana of a Hawaiian house and features authentic Polynesian music, hula, and other authentic Polynesian dancing. The tropical, three-course, family-style feast includes appetizers, lanai-roasted chicken, island pork ribs, South Seas fried rice, vegetable medley, beverages, and Polynesian dessert.
Captain Cook's Snack Company - Near the swimming pool and open 6 AM–1:30 AM daily, this quick-service restaurant has fast fare such as sandwiches to go, burgers and fries, and cold drinks.