We Have BAD NEWS About the Monorail Resorts in Disney World

When you make your way around Disney World, do you prefer to walk between locations if you can, or do you rely on Disney World transportation?

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Although Disney World has an excellent transportation system, sometimes walking along one of Disney World’s scenic paths is just what you need, especially if you like to resort hop. For example, there’s a walkway that connects Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. However, that walkway is currently closed.

There is a LOT of construction happening at the Polynesian Village Resort, as the hotel continues to construct its new Disney Vacation Club (DVC) villas. This construction has caused the walkway to change on several occasions. However, today, a sign at the Polynesian states that the current walkway was closed.

Walkway is closed

Pedestrians are not allowed beyond the sign indicating that the walkway is closed. We don’t have any reason yet as to why it’s closed, but if you want to travel between the resorts, you may want to use the Monorail instead. There is no alternative walking path available at this time.


We’ll be keeping an eye out for updates, though, so check back with AllEars again soon. If you’re looking for more information about Disney’s many forms of transportation, click here.

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2 Replies to “We Have BAD NEWS About the Monorail Resorts in Disney World”

  1. There is (sort of) a parh. If you go to the road (Floridian Way) the sidewalk takes you almost to the Grand Floridian parking lot (near the Villas).