Disney Vacation Club Studio at the Polynesian Village Resort
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We recently stayed at the Disney Vacation Club Studio at the Polynesian Village Resort.
Pulling up to the Polynesian is like entering a lush destination that just screams tropical vacation! We’ve stayed at many Walt Disney World resorts, but the total immersion into an exotic locale is incredible. There is an abundance of flora and fauna that transport you beyond the reality of a theme park hotel!
We stayed in the Pago Pago building. This was close to the Ticket and Transportation Center (TTC).
If the torches resonate with you, each evening the Polynesian Village Resort hosts a torch lighting ceremony at 6 pm. Pago Pago is a building at the Polynesian Village Resort that is part of the Disney Vacation Club (DVC) suites. The lobby at Pago Pago was vibrant with framed maps and Pago Pago art.
We stayed in a studio that featured a Queen bed and fold-out sofa.
Looking for extra sleeping space for a child?
There is a Murphy bed hidden within the beautiful space below the television.
There is a kitchenette, complete with microwave, coffee maker, toaster, mini refrigerator, and plates, bowls, silverware, and glasses.
Bathroom #1 is absolutely gorgeous with a full sink featuring the amazing Disney Spa line with luxurious toiletries. We enjoyed the sea salt body wash.
The shower is huge and has a stone seat. Smooth natural rock adorn the shower floor. The drain was a modern touch.
Also, the best part? A full bathroom #2 that features a full tub, toilet, and sink.
The room features plenty of storage. Also, these gorgeous closet doors shield a play yard and a high chair stored away.
As always, Walt Disney World aims to impress with every detail. We saw this lamp was available at the gift shop for the low price tag of $299!
Our only drawback?
We had a fabulous balcony that looked out over a not so fabulous parking lot!
There is a paid laundry building by the bus stop. A little bonus for those with DVC? A little bird told us that the DVC laundry facilities are free at Moorea.
Magic is in the Air at DVC at the Polynesian Village Resort
The ambiance of the Polynesian Village Resort is magical. We relished taking an evening stroll, with the palm trees rustling and sparkling torches lining the path. Everywhere you look is beautiful vegetation and flowers dancing in the night’s wind. This resort is so peaceful.
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