This Disney Deluxe resort is a relaxing tropical paradise, featuring lush vegetation, thatched roofs, koi ponds and white-sand beaches by the lake. It celebrates the spirit of the South Pacific with eleven two-and-three-story village longhouses. The Great Ceremonial House is the main building with a waterfall and tall coconut palms in the center surrounded by shopping, dining and the guest check-in desk. The monorail is just outside the upper level and provides service to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, The Grand Floridian Resort and the Contemporary Resort. The rooms are decorated with rich tropical colors and are furnished in traditional bamboo and rattan. Guests choosing Club Level accommodations stay in the Hawaii building that has a two story lounge with continental breakfast, midday snacks, and evening wine, hors d’oeuvres, cordials and desserts. The Club Level rooms make you feel like coming home after a long day and having conveniences around for you, from the large window to relax and look at the castle, to grabbing a soda to take back to your room. The Hawaii building is very convenient to the pool and beach too. All rooms have two queen-size beds (or one king-size bed) and a day bed.
The themed pool features a 40 foot high volcano with a waterfall and waterslide. Other recreation includes fishing, marina watercraft rental, an arcade and Disney movies on the beach. The Never Land Club is also located at the Polynesian Resort and provides a supervised evening of fun for children from 4pm to midnight for an additional fee.
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