Earlier today, we shared with you that Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort would be delaying its reopening until 2021.
We also learned that the reopening was delayed to create an opportunity to finish some refurbishment work at Polynesian. Now, we’ve got some more details on a whole new theme that will be coming to the Polynesian as part of the refurbishment.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, a spokeswoman from Disney World said that changes to the guest rooms at the Polynesian will include “a move to a Pacific Ocean-inspired color palette as well as details, patterns and textures from Disney’s ‘Moana.'”
Sounds beautiful! We can’t wait to see what aspects from the movie will be incorporated into the look of the rooms. Maybe we’ll see some swirling patterns in the style of those that are on the Heart of Te Fiti? Or maybe we’ll find touches inspired by some of the textures from Moana’s skirt?
We can’t wait to see what the renovated rooms will look like. Until the changes are complete though, we’ll just be sitting around, enjoying a refreshing drink and some amazing snacks over at Tambu Lounge in the Polynesian. And you know we’ve got to finish it off with a Dole Whip!
Want to grab something delicious to eat at the Polynesian? Click here to check out our review of Capt. Cook’s!
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What do you think of the Moana-inspired renovations coming to the rooms at the Polynesian? Let us know in the comments!