We were at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort yesterday and took photos and video of the Disney Vacation Club tower that has been quickly taking shape. It has been more than two months since we’ve had an update of the tower since we had been traveling. Since that update, almost all of the rooms have had sliding glass doors added.
First, here is our video.
And here are photos from yesterday from the boat dock of Disney’s Polynesian Village as well as from the monorail.
The construction of the tower can be seen beyond the Tuvalu longhouse.
The Disney Vacation Club tower has replaced what used to be the Spirit of Aloha dinner show. I was asked about the dinner show this past week when someone found the menu still on the Disney website (she did not realize the show had ended). I grew up going to Spirit of Aloha in the 70s and 80s when my family stayed at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort each year.
Here is the concept art originally provided of the Disney Vacation Club Tower at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The addition is projected to be completed in late 2024.
You can see sliding glass doors now on these rooms that face Seven Seas Lagoon.
There was some work going on at the tower yesterday (Saturday).
This is the view while sitting at the Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort boat dock.
We took the monorail past the DVC Tower construction.
Sliding glass doors can be seen on this side as well.
The Disney Vacation Club Tower is projected to add more rooms, new recreation offerings and dining options.
While we were on the monorail, I took a couple of photos from the area past Disney’s Contemporary Resort toward the tower.
The tower can be seen above the trees.
What do you think of the Disney Vacation Club Tower coming to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort?