Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Rooms: All You Need to Know

Polynesian Village Resort bungalows under fireworks over Disney World's Magic Kingdom

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is one of Disney World’s most luxurious and convenient resorts.

With access to the front gates of Magic Kingdom Park via the monorail, beautiful views of Seven Seas Lagoon, and incredible amenities, it’s hard to see any downside to staying at this resort.

For some travelers, the theme parks are the main attraction while at Disney World Resort. If you choose to stay at Polynesian Village, the main attraction might be relaxing on the deck of your own personal bungalow, sitting just feet above the lagoon.

In this article, we’ll go over each of the different room options and help you decide which choice is best for your next Disney Vacation.

Standard View

Although titled “standard”, I assure you that the quality of these hotel rooms will soar above your expectations.

These rooms have views of the garden, monorail, or parking area.

Each room comes equipped with either two queen beds or one king bed and one day bed.

Amenities

  • Hairdryer
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Soaker Tub
  • Telephone with voicemail
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • In-Room Safe
  • Mini-refrigerator
A desk, TV-dresser, daybed, 2 queen beds, easy chair and, beyond, a patio and garden
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A painting above an ice bucket with 3 glasses in an alcove flanked by closets
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A toilet across from twin sinks sharing a countertop below 4 vertical wall mirrors
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Folded towels and toiletries on the edge of a bathtub-shower
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Pool and Marina View

The pool and marina are some of the most adventurous parts of this particular resort.

Who wouldn’t want to roll out of bed and look out their window to see a massive volcano and marina on a lagoon?

With each room having two queen beds and one day bed, up to five adults can share a single room.

Amenities

  • Hairdryer
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Soaker Tub
  • Telephone with voicemail
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • In-Room Safe
  • Mini-refrigerator
The longhouses and freeform shaped Lava Pool at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort near Orlando, Florida front the waters of the Seven Seas Lagoon.
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Lagoon View

Water has a calming effect on people, and that might be just what you need after a long day exerting yourself in the various Disney parks.

The lagoon view has the same layout as the pool and marina view rooms. Up to five adults or a small family can sleep in one of these rooms.

Amenities

  • Hairdryer
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Soaker Tub
  • Telephone with voicemail
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • In-Room Safe
  • Mini-refrigerator
A queen bed and easy chair across from a daybed and, beyond, a patio and Seven Seas Lagoon
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Outdoor furniture on a patio and, beyond, Seven Seas Lagoon
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Theme Park View

Directly across the Seven Seas Lagoon from Polynesian Village sits Magic Kingdom, with Cinderella’s Castle looming large over the park.

Catch a glimpse of Space Mountain as well from your window as you and four others share this room with relaxing Pacific Island vibes.

Amenities

  • Hairdryer
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Soaker Tub
  • Telephone with voicemail
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • In-Room Safe
  • Mini-refrigerator
Two queen beds across from a desk, TV-dresser, daybed and, beyond, a patio and Seven Seas Lagoon
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A hammock in a grove of 5 palm trees and, beyond, Seven Seas Lagoon and Cinderella Castle
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A patio with a chair and, beyond, a garden and a boat on Seven Seas Lagoon
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Garden View – Club Level

This type of room is not very different from the other rooms we discussed earlier.

It has views of the garden or quiet pool along with two queen beds and one day bed.

However, club level rooms give guests access to some extra special perks while they are staying at the resort. I’ll list them out below:

Club Level Amenities

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge, serving refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
  • Complimentary fax assistance
  • Access to Concierge service at the King Kamehameha Club
  • Complimentary health club access
  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge
  • Personalized Front Desk and Guest Services
Two queen beds separated by a nightstand, an easy chair and, beyond, a patio and garden
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Two queen beds, an easy chair, desk, TV-dresser, daybed and, beyond, a patio and garden
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Lagoon View – Club Level

Ah, back to the refreshing view of the lagoon.

This club level room is only different from the deluxe garden view room because of its more desirable lookout over the lake.

Club Level Amenities

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge, serving refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
  • Complimentary fax assistance
  • Access to Concierge service at the King Kamehameha Club
  • Complimentary health club access
  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge
  • Personalized Front Desk and Guest Services
Two queen beds, an easy chair, desk, TV-dresser, daybed and, beyond, a patio and garden
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Theme Park View – Club Level

Up to five people can enjoy the benefits of staying in a club level room and admire the beauty of Magic Kingdom just across the water in this club level room.

Club Level Amenities

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge, serving refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
  • Complimentary fax assistance
  • Access to Concierge service at the King Kamehameha Club
  • Complimentary health club access
  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge
  • Personalized Front Desk and Guest Services
A desk across from 2 queen beds and an easy chair and, beyond, a balcony and Seven Seas Lagoon
A desk, TV-dresser, daybed across from 2 queen beds and, beyond, a balcony and Seven Seas Lagoon
A balcony with lawn furniture and, beyond, Seven Seas Lagoon and Magic Kingdom park
A balcony overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon and, beyond, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Deluxe Standard View

Deluxe at the Polynesian Village Resort is kind of like saying that you want the large fry rather than the medium when you go out to eat.

These upgraded rooms come with many of the same amenities, but have larger rooms, two showers, and a kitchenette to boot.

Beds include one queen-size sleeper sofa, one queen bed, and a single pull-down bed. Enough to sleep five or six people comfortably.

Amenities

  • Toaster
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Microwave
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Ice bucket
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Ceiling fans
  • Flat-Panel TV
  • In-room safe
  • Coffee Maker
Bed, 2 nightstands, radio, 3 lamps, couch, side and coffee table, 2 chairs, wall art and mirror, plus a patio
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Bed, 2 nightstands, radio, 2 wall lamps, couch, side and coffee table, chair, TV, wall bed and wall art
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Bed across from chair, wall bed with a fauna design, flat screen tv and ice bucket, next to a kitchenette
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Shower with 2 shower head and a decorative back splash
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Deluxe Lake View

The deluxe version of the lake view room has one queen-size sleeper sofa, one queen bed, and a single pull-down bed.

This room is slightly larger than the regular lake view rooms, it has a split bathroom that includes two showers and a kitchenette.

This room is ideal for a normal size family that wants a little bit more space and might want to save money on food by preparing it in their room.

Amenities

  • Toaster
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Microwave
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Ice bucket
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Ceiling fans
  • Flat-Panel TV
  • In-room safe
  • Coffee Maker
Bed, 2 nightstands, 2 wall lamps, radio, couch, side and coffee table, wall art and 2 chairs, plus a patio
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Nightstand with radio, wall lamp, couch, coffee table, island inspired wall art, and a patio with lake view
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2 chairs, side table, tiki themed table lamp and a wall mirror, by a wall bed and island inspired wall art
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2 chairs, side table, tiki themed table lamp and a wall mirror, by a wall bed, next to kitchenette
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Bathroom with granite style counter, sink, mirror and towel rack, next to shower with decorative back splash
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Bungalow 

It has always been my dream to stay in a house in Bora Bora that seems to float above the water.

Now I can have that dream, AND be in the place where dreams come true at the same time!

Bungalows are spacious for resort rooms. Ready for big families or parties with more than a few couples, these rooms boast a king-sized bed, a queen bed, a queen-size sleeper sofa, and two pull-down beds.

Each bungalow also features a full kitchen, private deck, and a hot tub to have all for yourselves.

Amenities

  • Robes
  • Private deck with plunge pool and deck furniture
  • Toaster
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen with Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Internet – Free WiFi Service
  • Hairdryer
  • Dishes, Glasses & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Iron and ironing board
  • High Chair
  • Alarm Clock with Radio
  • Pots & Pans
  • Lighted makeup mirror
  • In-Room Safe
  • Pack ‘n Play Crib
  • Coffee Maker
  • 2 Full Bathrooms
  • Flat-Panel TV
  • Stove and oven
  • Washer & Dryer
  • Vacuum Cleaner
A Polynesian style bungalow over the water with a patio and nautical net rope fencing
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A living room overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon that features chairs, a coffee table and a flat screen TV
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A modern kitchen overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon that features a dining table, refrigerator and chairs
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A modern kitchen with a refrigerator, sink, stove, microwave and winow overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon
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An outdoor deck area featuring lounge furniture that overlooks Disney's Grand Floridian Hotel & Spa
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An outdoor deck featuring a hot tub that overlooks Disney's Contemporary Resort and Seven Seas Lagoon
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An outdoor deck featuring hanging wicker chairs while overlooking Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
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A bedroom featuring windows overlooking Walt Disney WorldResort, decorative pillows, lamps and a desk
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A bathroom with tile walls, a whirlpool spa bathtub, dual sinks, mirrors and Polynesian inspired art
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A bedroom featuring a bed, surfboard themed headboard and windows looking out toward the Resort area
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A bedroom area featuring a sleeper bed, flat screen TV and a window looking out toward the Resort area
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A bathroom featuring nautical themed lights, Polynesian inspired mirror and a tile lined shower area
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