DVC Expansion Project | Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

In this story, we are going to explain everything you need to know about the Polynesian Resort DVC expansion, as well as all the changes coming to this resort in the next few years.

We’ll share our thoughts on why Disney chose to make this move, and what the expansion might look like and include.

Here are the main details to know about the DVC expansion coming to at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort: – Spirit of Aloha is permanently closed – The tower is scheduled to open in late 2024

– New recreation and dining options will be included – The property will have incredible views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom

Polynesian Village DVC Tower Overview

Polynesian Resort DVC Tower Design

Most of the new projects that have either been announced, or built, have all leaned toward a more generic, muted aesthetic instead of heavier theming.

I’m not sure though from the concept art that there is enough space at the top center of the structure for a full restaurant.

Ammenities and Dining

When Will the New DVC Tower at the Polynesian Be Complete?

Right now we don’t have an actual date, just that it will be open sometime in late 2024.

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