Disney's Polynesian Resort

5 Reasons We Should Go To Disney's Polynesian Resort, Lake Buena Vista (Florida)

  • By Jim K
  • Resorts
  • 01.03.2016

When you say Disney World you can be sure almost everyone around will have a reaction, though not everyone will share the same level of excitement. These are 5 reasons we should go to Disney's Polynesian Resort, Lake Buena Vista (Florida), for those who are not big fans.

For the dining experience
If you think you’ll be starving while visiting or staying at the Disney's Polynesian Resort, then you couldn’t be more wrong. The only exception is that the dining experience is truly unique. Every night of your stay you can have a character dining at 'Ohana's Best Friends Breakfast, a dinner show, or a themed dining at Kona Cafe.

For swimming
All resorts have a swimming pool, so why wouldn’t one created by Disney’s World? The Nanea Volcano Pool has a slide and will soon a have a fresh face. The Polynesian East Pool is waiting for those who want to chill by the pool.

To rent a boat
You can rent 2 types of boats: motorized and sailboats. There are more types of motorized boats, based on how many guests it can take on: from 2 and up to 10. You need to be at least 18 to be the captain of your own boat. The sailboat is a 13-foot catamaran. You can also choose a canoe, if you prefer it.

To attend a village campfire
Did you think that all campfires are the same? They may be very similar, but they’re not identical. This location is one of the 18 where you can attend a campfire, so you better not miss out. Usually, if the weather allows it, a Walt Disney movie under the stars might follow the campfire.

To go jogging
While you can job at any resort in the world, this one is special because it has a special jogging trail, about 1 mile long. The trail offers views of various attractions between the Disney's Floridian Resort & Spa and Polynesian Village Resort.