Disney’s Polynesian Village and Bungalows Resort is among the most sought after resorts on the property. Dreamed up by Walt Disney himself, the beauty and South Seas vibe of this resort have kept it a guest favorite since it opened in the 1970s. This deluxe resort can be pricey and difficult to book due to guest demand. Thankfully, guests now have even more booking flexibility at this great resort with the addition of Disney Vacation Club Bungalows. Before we jump into the countdown, let’s break down the resort room definitions.
Polynesian Village Definitions
Bungalow- Stilted private bungalows that line Bay Lake. Bungalows are a Disney Vacation Club Property, but can also be booked by non-Disney Vacation Club guests depending on bungalow availability. Bungalows house up to eight guests in a two-bedroom two-bath layout design complete with a kitchen and living room area for the family to hang out.
Villa and Studio – Parts of the Polynesian Village Resort housed in the original hotel. Villa and Studio are names for classic Disney hotel rooms where guests can choose combinations of queen or king sized beds, foldaway beds and enjoy traditional hotel room space and room furnishings.