The resort contains 847 recently refurbished rooms that are placed in two to three story tall longhouses named after various Pacific Islands. Most rooms accomodate five guests and have two queen size beds and a daybed. They also offer views of the gardens, Seven Seas Lagoon and the pool.
Captain Cooks Snack Company (Fast Food)
This small snack shop located in the lobby of the Great Ceremonial is open 24 hours a day, so come in and find a great treat to snack on.
Kona Cafe (Sit Down Restaurant)
Traditional American breakfast is served in the morning while a family lunch and dinner with Asian flair is served the rest of the day. The restaurant can be found on the second floor of the Great Ceremonial House.
Ohana (Sit Down Restaurant)
Also located on the second floor, Mickey & Friends host a character breakfast in the morning. Hawaiian dishes are served during dinner.
Stuff to Do at the Polynesian Resort:
There are many things to try out here at the Polynesian Resort. You can rent several types of sailboats or Water Mouse boats or you can take a swim in the East pool or the recently refurbished Swimming Pool Lagoon found closer to the main beach, complete with a Volcano. The kids can enjoy Moana Mickeys Fun Hut for great arcade games or the younger children can attend the Never Land Club ($8 per hour) allowing the adults to have a night to themselves. The resort also offers a variety of shops for guests to spend some dough. And for those wanting some exercise, a scenic jogging path is provided.
Never Land Club:
Adults can drop the kids off at a supervised evening activity allowing them to have a night to themselves. Kids ages 4 to 12 are accepted in the program from 4pm till midnight. A kids buffet from 6pm till 8pm. Reservations must be made in advance and the cost is $8 per hour. Call 407-939-3463 for reservations.
News From Polynesia (1st floor) offers newspapers, magazines, film, and tropical themed items. Robinson Crusoes, also located on the 1st floor, provides resort themed wear and swim wear for men while the Polynesian Princess offers the same but for women. Trader Jacks (2nd floor) offers Walt Disney World merchandise including toys, souvenirs and clothes. Samoa Snacks is the place for snacks, beer, wine, and soft drinks.
The Polynesian has a great variety. The monorail takes guests to the Magic Kingdom and the Transportation and Ticket Center. Guests can take a monorail from the TTC to Epcot. Buses go to Walt Disney Studios Florida, Animal Kingdom and Blizzard Beach. Boat launches also go to the Magic Kingdom and the Grand Floridian resort.