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A Look Inside the Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Amanda Adler

by , Public Relations Manager, Adventures by Disney

When talking about the soon-to-open Bora Bora Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, the newest Disney Vacation Club property at Walt Disney World Resort, it’s hard not to gush on and on. These 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom over-the-water accommodations offer sleeping room for eight, a private deck complete with an individual plunge pool, a full kitchen, gorgeous décor, views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and Magic Kingdom Park area, in-mirror television in the master bath, a washer and dryer in each unit, gated boardwalk access and other fun features. I really could go on and on (and on).

But they say a picture is worth 1,000 words, and this is certainly one time I have to agree. And, thankfully, I don’t have just one picture to share with you today, I have many.

Let’s start with the boardwalk and front porch leading into a Bungalow. Notice the handcrafted wind chime.

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Once inside, you’ll find two bedrooms, both offering Mary Blair-inspired bed throws. The second bedroom also offers a sleek surfboard headboard and a fun window seat that’s perfect for relaxing.

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The master bedroom offers a door to the deck, where you’ll find these (oh so comfy) chairs. Plus, not only is the master bathroom gorgeous, it features an in-mirror television!

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The living room offers furnishings with a mid-century modern flair. And the full kitchen comes complete with a table seating eight.

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Oh yeah, and did I mention the plunge pool? You’ll be able to watch (and listen to the soundtrack thanks to the piped-in music) the Magic Kingdom Park fireworks from here.

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I don’t want to give everything away, but I will leave you with a few more images highlighting just some of the fun touches that will be found throughout the Bungalows when they open next week.

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What’s your favorite feature of the new Bora Bora Bungalows?

Comments

  • I love these! It would be awesome to stay here! I love O’Hana too!

  • James wife here – WOW that is all I can say, other than maybe someday we’ll be DVC members!

    Love the Polynesian and ‘Ohana! See you all soon!

  • Tonight I will wish upon a star, that I may one day be able to stay in one of these beautiful bungalows.

  • This place looks absolutely beautiful but I just checked the points to stay here. Over 800 points for a weeks stay during adventure season. Holy smokes. Maybe it was a misprint. BCV which sleeps the same is only 271.Don’t mean to be a complainer buts thats crazy.

  • AMAZING! I love all the details – one day I WILL stay in one 😉 Thanks for sharing with all of us!

  • I just love polynesian. Thank’s for sharing. This Year I am an annual passholder maybe in a few years I Will be a DVC member.

  • Very nice, but at $2000+ a night, the bungalows aren’t really for a typical Disney family, are they? It would be nice to see that the Polynesian re-fab also included some new rooms that were aimed at normal folks, too.

  • I just booked one for October. Can’t wait! They are beautiful!

  • Can we get clarification on how it works out to “sleeps 8”?

    Obviously 2 in each actual bedroom, and I could see the couch in the main area opening to a bed for another 2, but where would the last 2 fit?

    The bedroom pic that shows most of the room looks too narrow to fit any sort of hide-away. Maybe the other room (the one with just the close-up of the bed itself) is larger and it’s there?

  • Well done Disney…well done

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