Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has reopened to guests but the monorail station is still under construction. The Great Ceremonial House is receiving a new look and work is coming along steadily.
The Porte Cochere has been covered and the roof looks like the straw roof of a hut. Vehicles will be able to pass under and load/unload passengers.
The decor underneath matches the theming of the rest of the resort.
You can see construction walls are still up around the base of the monorail station.
Disney recently announced that bus service from the Polynesian to Epcot will be suspended in mid-August. That could mean they are shooting for mid-August for the monorail to reopen. The monorail would be the only way for guests to get from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to Epcot.
Hopefully, construction is done by then!
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