Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to Remain Closed

Disney’s Polysnesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World will not reopen until Summer 2021.

Disney had previously announed that the deluxe resort located off the Monorail system would be reopening on October 4 for guests. However, we have just learned that the company has pushed the reopening date back to Summer 2021 in order to complete refurbishments.


As we continue to reopen additional Disney Resort hotels to Guests, we are modifying the reopening date for Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort which will reopen next summer. This schedule adjustment also allows us to complete some refurbishment work at the Resort hotel, including enhancements to the Great Ceremonial House and Guest rooms. We expect work to begin in early October and look forward to sharing more about these changes in the future. The Villas and Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will remain open during this refurbishment. 

We understand the amount of planning that goes into a Disney vacation and we are reaching out to you about your clients with upcoming reservations that are impacted by these changes, at least four weeks before their arrival. Our Cast Members will be able to assist with modifying their reservations to other Disney Resort hotels.


Related: Changes To Disney Dining Experiences And Complete List Of Disney Resort Restaurants To Open June 22

The popular DVC destination IS currently open with limited operations for guests staying at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows as part of the DVC reopening. Kona Cafe, Tambu Lounge, Capt Cook’s are open to guests but ‘Ohana, one of the most popular dining locations on Walt Disney World property has remained closed since March of this year.

Related: What You Need To Know About Changes To Walt Disney World Resorts

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