The Oasis Pool at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is getting closer to opening, with the fence coming down and everything looking nearly in place. According to the Tikiman’s Pages, it may still be a couple of weeks, he expects the opening around the end of the month. The Oasis Pool is located where the former East Pool was (also known as the quiet pool). I started visiting Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort around the time the East Pool opened in the late 1970s. It’s been almost a year since the Lava Pool opened at the resort (formerly the Nanea Volcano Pool).
Here is our video of the pool and then check out the photos below it!
The flowers looked really festive outside of the resort sign.
The entrance to the pool looks similar to the new DVC building entrances.
Oasis Pool refurbishment sign.
There is a fence around the entire pool, as all pools on property will have.
MagicBands will be needed to enter.
The pool is zero entry.
Here is another angle as work continues in the area.
The Oasis Bar & Grill is located at this building. There is also a refillable mug station.
The Oasis Bar & Grill will be available only within the pool area to guests.
Here is a look toward the Oasis Bar & Grill building.
The menu items were not yet listed at the Oasis Grill.
There is a spa tub here, the second Jacuzzi at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort after over 40 years without one.
The Oasis Pool is on the resort map.
It will be interesting to see how popular this pool is, since the feature pool has a volcano, slide, and the Kiki Tiki’s Splash Play.
There is some work also going on at the Tangaroa Terrace area.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort was the first resort I ever stayed at in the 1970s and is still one of my favorite resorts on property. It has been interesting to see the changes over the past couple of years.