Disney’s Polynesian Resort Construction update. Clearly, we are all looking forward to the Polynesian resort reopening. Importantly, they are doing tons of projects trying to get the resort ready for guests again. With Ohana about to welcome guests back, along with the Moana room refurbishment. As well as repainting, and that is all besides the major Monorail overhaul. Additionally, whatever is going on next to Pineapple Lanai. We have some updated images to share with all of you.
The major cranes have been removed and importantly, the roof is almost done along with the new entrance way. It looks like a good amount of cosmetic work needs to be finishes, but the major structural work is done. Now, onto the inside, fresh paint signs are up around the resort. Stairways are getting a fresh coat. We noticed work also being done outside to the rooms and bungalows.
We also noticed how many workers they have on property getting things done. I would like to say they are doing an amazing job, and cannot wait to see the final product.
Polynesian Resort has been closed for well over a year now, shutting down at the same time as all the other resorts when the pandemic hit. It never reopened with the rest of Disney World Resort, except for the Polynesian Villas and Bungalows for DVC members. Also, open at the Polynesian is the Lava pool, Capt. Cooks, Tambu Lounge Pineapple Lanai, and Kona Café. Ohana remains closed along with Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto.
Disney’s Polynesian Resort Construction is almost complete! What are you looking forward to seeing at the Poly?