Roof beams being removed from Disney’s Polynesian Resort

Polynesian Resort Roof Beams

The refurbishment continues at one of Disney World‘s monorail resorts! Disney’s Polynesian Resort is undergoing a massive change and the construction is showing quite a difference already. For instance, the recognizable roof beams are being removed as the Moana inspired redesign continues.

Changes to the rooms will include a move to a Pacific Ocean-inspired color palette as well as details, patterns, and textures from Disney’s “Moana,” that takes place on the Polynesian island of Motunui.

The Twitter user @bioteconstruct showed what the current progress looks like at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

You can also see the difference of how it changed over two weeks in the photos below. The absence of roof beams is quite noticeable to those familiar with the resort’s iconic design.

Removing the roof beams is simply part of the overall construction project at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. The future will be delightful with the Moana design!

As we continue to reopen additional Disney Resort hotels to Guests, we are modifying the reopening date for As we continue to reopen additional Disney Resort hotels to Guests, we are modifying the reopening date for Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort which will reopen next summer. This schedule adjustment also allows us to complete some refurbishment work at the Resort hotel, including enhancements to the Great Ceremonial House and Guest rooms. We expect work to begin in early October and look forward to sharing more about these changes in the future. The Villas and Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will remain open during this refurbishment.

Twitter Source: @bioreconstruct


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Kevin Koszola