Posted on June 28, 2022
Are you seeking a Disney World adventure that your family will remember for a lifetime? If so, then you can't go wrong with a timeshare at Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.
These one-of-a-kind Disney timeshares are among the deluxe tier of resorts at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Evoking the mystery and beauty of Polynesia, these Disney Vacation Club accommodations are definitely a step above the rest.
These ultra-private accommodations include nearly 400 luxurious villas and 20 over-the-water bungalows that are inspired by Bora Bora. The bungalows are simply astonishing, each one featuring a private deck with a pool and hanging chairs. Just as enchanting is the view. You'll be able to see Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom and the Seven Seas Lagoon from the comfort of your deck.
The Villas and Bungalows are part of the larger Polynesian Village Resort, so guests who choose their DVC points to stay in these Disney timeshares gain access to all resort amenities such as multiple pools, boat rentals and activities like hula dancing.
The resort boasts great transportation options, including the world-famous monorail and ferry service to nearby parks and attractions. With views of the famous fireworks at night and Hawaiian-themed dining on-site, it's easy to see why this Disney Vacation Club property is so popular with families around the world.
The Seven Seas Lagoon is a major feature of this stunning resort, which was extensively remodeled in 2015 and recently refurbished to include rooms with a Moana theme. Overall, the property contains eleven buildings, but only a portion of these include Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows timeshares.
This original Disney resort is incredibly popular with guests. The overall experience may not be precisely authentic from a Polynesian standpoint, but it is certainly distinctive, memorable and fun. Accommodations are tropical style and inviting in this smoke-free property.
Lush tropical landscaping is found throughout. With an excellent location that's close to the Magic Kingdom plus numerous kids' activities, this resort is a clear winner for most guests.
Remember that renovations are currently underway as the resort expands to add a new DVC timeshare building, which is expected to be completed in late 2024. New recreation and dining options are also part of the expansion, which will add villas to the existing 360 and 20 bungalows onsite.
Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows offer guests a choice of deluxe studios or bungalows. The deluxe studios can sleep as many as five guests and are equipped with a private terrace or balcony and a kitchenette. In a split bathroom, families will find that on one side they have a combination tub and shower with a sink and toilet while the other side has a sink and walk-in shower.
The 20 bungalows are truly exclusive, including gated access, private decks and private plunge pools. Each bungalow features two bathrooms and can sleep up to eight guests.