There are a couple of ways to get a reservation for Polynesian Villas and Bungalows. First, you can buy Disney Vacation Club points. Second, you can “rent” points from a Disney Vacation Club member. Or, you can always make a normal reservation.
Herein, are all the Polynesian bungalows the same size?
These are the exact same size as the Polynesian hotel rooms, which were the largest Deluxe Resorts. At 447-465 sq. ft., these are the largest Disney Vacation Club rooms at Walt Disney World.
In this regard, does Disney Polynesian have suites?
Suites: The Tonga longhouse is home to the suites at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Most suites have a kitchen area and a sitting area. They also offer 2 queen size beds, or 1 king size, and possibly 2 Sico beds (that pull out from the wall).
How many Bungalows does the Polynesian Resort have?
Find a beach bungalow at one of Bora Bora’s luxury resorts starting from $400 per night. Want to upgrade to a standard over water bungalow? Expect to pay between $800 to $1200 a night. If you can’t afford to stay the whole time in an overwater villa, spend a few nights in a beach or garden bungalow first.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
|Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows|
|Location||Magic Kingdom Resort Area|
|Resort type||Disney Vacation Club resort|
|Opened||April 1, 2015|
The 360 Deluxe Studio Villas at the Poly are located in three longhouses – Tokelau, Moorea, and Pago Pago. There are two categories of studios – Standard and Lake View. The Lake View Studios are only found in the Moorea longhouse and all have a view of the Magic Kingdom.