Choosing Disney Polynesian Resort
Disney has 3 luxurious hotels are namely the Floridian, the Contemporary and the Disney Polynesian Resort
that are a Monorail's ride away from the theme park. The hotel has a total of 853 rooms each with a Hawaiian motif. These are located in eleven two and three story A-frame long houses that have exotic names such as Autearoa, Fiji, Hawaii, Niue, Rapa Nui, Rarotonga, Samoa, Tahiti and Tokelau.
There are three include the Disney Polynesian Resort
are white sanded beaches dotted with hammocks for you to lie in as well as lounge chairs. At night, pathways are torch lit and you can hear soft Hawaiian melodies playing nearby. Some of the places you can eat here include the Polynesian Luau, Ohana’s Feast, Captain Cook's Snack Co., the Kona Café, the Tambu Lounge and the Barefoot Pool Bar. Here, you get to sleep in one of two queen size beds while king size beds are available if you choose to stay in a suite. Disney Polynesian Resort
is describing the Hawaiian atmosphere.
Walt Disney World Resorts around the Magic Kingdom Area
Walt Disney World hotels are located throughout the Resort
and are usually grouped around one of the theme parks. If the Magic Kingdom is your favorite park you should consider one of the following hotels.
- Disney Polynesian Resort; If the South Pacific tropics are more your style you'll love the Polynesian hotel. With an onsite Monorail station the Magic Kingdom is just a short hop away.
- Disney Grand Floridian Hotel; Inspired by Florida's Victorian seaside resorts, this is Disney World's flagship hotel. The Grand Floridian hotel boasts a white sandy beach, swimming pools and a water sports marina. Many guests will awake to the sight of the Cinderella Castle as the Magic Kingdom is a short Monorail ride away.
- Disney Wilderness Lodge Resort; This resort is impressively themed and is also the home of Disney World Vacation Club guests.
- Disney Contemporary Resort; Disney's Contemporary Resort is within easy walking distance of the Magic Kingdom and a Monorail ride away from Epcot.
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