This week it was announced that Disney Vacation Club (DVC) plans to develop new villas at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort at Walt Disney World Resort. This popular resort sits along the shores of the Seven Seas Lagoon and has views of Magic Kingdom.
The new villas are expected to be available for DVC sometime in 2024. They will replace Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show, which closed two years ago due to the pandemic. When completed, there will be additional rooms, additional dining options, and new recreational offerings. Disney says that the new villas will complement the existing aesthetic of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
“It’s no secret that our Members and Guests love the monorail resorts at Walt Disney World,” said Bill Diercksen, senior vice president and general manager of Disney Vacation Club. “Expanding our Disney Vacation Club offerings at the Polynesian would give our Members and Guests yet another incredible option for staying close to the magic while making vacation memories that last a lifetime.”
Currently, there are 380 Disney Vacation Club villas at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows. This includes the largest deluxe studios at any Disney Vacation Club property at Walt Disney World Resort. It also has the two-bedroom Bora Bora Bungalows on the Seven Seas Lagoon with beautiful views of the lagoon and Magic Kingdom as well.