Walt Disney World has shared a first look at the newly-reimagined guest rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, featuring nods to the animated feature film, “Moana.”
The redesigned spaces have a new color palette inspired by the Pacific Ocean and its islands, as well as details, patterns and textures from “Moana.”
All-new furnishings and features can be found in the rooms, as well. In the bathrooms, Disney Imagineers took inspiration from the sandy ocean floor for the tiles and carved details in the vanity. The patterns found throughout the space evoke images of ocean waves and tropical flowers.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is now accepting bookings for stays beginning in late July 2021, and work continues on the porte cochere and monorail station at the Great Ceremonial House. Once complete, the porte cochere will feature a high-pitched, open-truss roof covered in a thatch style with pops of color, and the monorail station above will see new wooden screens with tropical colors added.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort joins the other hotels of Walt Disney World in a new designation, the Disney Resorts Collection, which you can learn about here.
More news related to the developments happening at the resort will be shared in the weeks and months to come, as this is just one part of the “overall evolution” of the Disney Resort hotels for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary on Oct. 1, 2021.