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The Polynesian Resort DVC
Bungelows have two bedrooms
The Grand Floridian DVC is complete.
Polynesian Resort Renovation / DVC Addition Rumor - (8/19/13)
The Polynesian Resort has it's old name once again, The Polynesian Village Resort.
The new lobby is open.
Some Bungelows are complete.
Volcano at the pool has now been removed.
Selling of the timeshares have started
Celebration, Fla. (Sept. 17, 2013) � Today, Disney Vacation
Club announced that its planned next location will be at Disney's Polynesian
Resort, located on Seven Seas Lagoon at Walt Disney World Resort. When this
resort is completed, Disney Vacation Club will have destinations at all three
resorts on the monorail system, allowing easy access to Magic Kingdom Park.
Latest rumor is that two buildings, Tahiti and Rapa Nui, will be converted to DVC rooms and huts built on the water. No new replacement buildings. The new name for the DVC...Polynesian Village, yes the original name for the Polynesian Resort.
New Polynesian Lobby
Polynesian new name
Polynesian pool area
Trader Sam's Grotto
Trader Sam's Grotto
Here are my photos of the property getting ready for construction
But what will it look like?
New rumors about what may be involved with the DVC
expansion into the Polynesian Resort plans have come my way. I�m not exactly
sure how this will all work, but I�ve been told that new DVC rooms will take
over 2 of the existing buildings closest to the TTC, known internally as
Building 10 and 11, which I think are better known as the Tahiti buildings. The
outside color of these buildings will be changed to appear different from the
other Poly resort buildings that have undergone rehab. In addition to remodeled
rooms in Building 10 & 11, as well as twenty water bungalows built onto the edge
of the Seven Seas Lagoon itself. A new boardwalk would be built to connect these
with the rest of the resort, possibly running from near Building 5 near Sunset
Point and along the beach moving down towards the TTC Ferry dock area. The
resort may get a slightly new name as well, being called Disney�s Polynesian
Actual Disney plans
The Bungalows could look like these