Disney World’s Noisiest Hotel Just Got Even Louder

Another Disney World hotel is getting some refurbishment!

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is currently undergoing some major changes, from construction at the entrance and monorail station to the reimagining of guest rooms. A few months ago, we told you that Disney’s Contemporary Resort would follow suit, with refurb beginning this spring. Well, the time has come! We stopped by the hotel today and noticed some big changes.

Disney had previously confirmed that the Main Tower rooms would be reimagined starting in April 2021. And, on our visit, we noticed that an entire section of rooms have been covered in the main foyer of the hotel.

That’s a lot of construction!

The construction spans all five levels where the rooms are located so it’s pretty hard to miss even if you’re just passing through on the monorail.

An entire section of rooms are blocked off

Construction had already started behind the tarps when we were there and we could definitely hear the work being done. The Contemporary already tends to be a fairly noisy hotel to stay at due to the echo from the restaurants and shops, but the construction has made it even louder.

Disney has not yet indicated when this construction will wrap up, but we’ll be sure to follow it closely and bring you lots of updates. Stay tuned to AllEars for more Disney news!

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13 Replies to “Disney World’s Noisiest Hotel Just Got Even Louder”

  1. The Contemporary is often called a toaster. The rooms looked like they could be anywhere in America. It’s nice that it is getting the Disney touch. My favorite deluxe is the Polynesian. Staying at a monorail hotel is only good if the line to Epcot is open. I hope they open it before I go back again.

  2. I’ve stayed there many times including last month and never had an issue with noise inside the rooms. Not sure how construction will effect it. They should probably give discounts while construction is going on.

    1. As a former CM of Contemp, It’ll probably never be removed. It is one of the biggest points of pride, besides the monorail station integration, of the grand concourse.

  3. Always wanted to stay at the Contemporary for no other reason than “cool factor” but always been afraid to because I like quite rooms!

  4. Seriously $600+ per night with that look and the noise, no thanks.Give me the Riverside anytime or Caribbean and Coronado, the deluxe resorts are just not worth it except the beach club but at $750+ that’s a ridiculous stretch just for someplace to sleep

    1. The only thing I don’t like about Riverside (stayed there twice) is that it just takes so long to get anywhere on the busses. I just got back from a trip and stayed at All Star Movies. But it is a great resort if you want to have a ‘resort’ day and just relax. Quiet and peaceful, and no refurbishments coming up I believe.

    2. It is getting ridiculously expensive for all the WDW hotels. And don’t forget to add in parking fees if you drive. Yes I know, one is paying for location but even that is getting thin at these prices.

  5. Noisy but walking distance to MK and monorail access without leaving the hotel is worth it. Hope the change out those square sinks in each room!

  6. I’ve always wondered what the noise level was like inside the rooms. I would think it would be even worse now. Other than location, I’ve never wanted to stay there.