Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Bungalows Preview

LEqQ7HtLpUepwX01.jpgEven though they don’t officially open until April 1, 2015, a few select groups were allowed to tour the new Bora Bora Bungalows at Disney Polynesian Village Resort recently and sent the pictures to us!


There are 20 bungalows total and each one is 1,093 square feet.

z2PsqUWDtolH6IXc.jpgEach bungalow has its own private front and back porch area. This is the front porch which faces the Polynesian Resort.

hodA7C24C3TSQFQ4.jpgThe back patio wraps around to the master bedroom and features two hanging chairs.

NSnGZ8c2suC8s0tM.jpgAround the corner are two lounge chairs that over look the Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom.

NBAfY1Okh9aOqz8Z.jpgIn addition, there is a small dining area and a small pool that also overlooks the water. Keep in mimd, this is not a hot tub, but there are speakers that will pipe in the music from the Magic Kingdom’s fireworks show.

bL7w20qQsK8rIdT4.jpgInside, the bedrooms feature themes from surfing to nautical and even a few Disney bonuses along the way.







XeK8MFMnp2Ktq2Kq.jpgIf you’re a Disney Vacation Club member, the points will cost you anywhere from 115 to 227 per day depending on the season and the night of the week you stay.


Like all other Disney Vacation Club properties, if you want to stay at the  Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Bungalows when the members aren’t using it, you can pay for it out of pocket. Prices range from $2,137 to $3,040 per night.


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Editor’s Note: Thanks to a faithful TPU reader for taking these pics! Very much appreciated.

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