Disney World’s entertainment and dining options have changed a LOT since the parks first reopened in 2020.
We’ve seen restaurants return with new menus and shows come back with modifications for social distancing. And two years after the closure began, not every dining and entertainment option has returned, but now it looks like one won’t be returning at all.
Before the shutdown in March 2020, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort was home to the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show. This luau experience offered all-you-care-to-eat food and a stage show with traditional Polynesian entertainment. But now Disney has confirmed that Spirit of Aloha will not be returning in the future.
However, there are some big updates planned for Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort in the future, including a new building with Disney Vacation Club villas, as well as new activity and dining options. The new addition to the resort will “honor” Spirit of Aloha, but it hasn’t yet been confirmed whether or not a new dinner show will replace it. We’ll have to wait and see!
We’ll keep you updated on any more announcements from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort about the changes coming soon, so stay tuned to AllEars.
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