NEWS! The Temporary Closure of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort’s Monorail Station Has Been Delayed to Early November!

This week, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort began its lengthy refurbishment, which has extended its closure through summer 2021. When the project is completed, the Polynesian will have a new entryway, enhanced gardens and fountains, and Moana-inspired guest rooms.


Part of the work being done includes the renovation of the resort’s Monorail station, which will eventually be unavailable to guests staying at the Polynesian Villas and Bungalows, which are remaining open through construction.

In Disney’s original announcement, the Monorail station at the Polynesian was set to close temporarily in early October. But now it looks like the work has been delayed, and guests have a few more weeks to catch the Monorail from that station.

Polynesian Village Monorail Station

Disney’s website now says that Monorail service to the resort will be temporarily suspended beginning on November 2nd, 2020. At this time, Disney has not confirmed exactly how long the station will be closed once work begins.

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If you have an upcoming reservation at the Polynesian Resort Villas, keep in mind that a pedestrian walkway is nearing completion at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. So, if you feel like getting your steps in, you will soon have walking access to Magic Kingdom from the Polynesian!

Grand Floridian Walkway to Magic Kingdom

We will keep checking in on the construction happening at the Polynesian and will provide updates as we learn more!

Click here to learn more about the Polynesian’s renovation!

Do you have an upcoming reservation at the Polynesian? Let us know in the comments!

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