Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Announces New DVC Villa Expansion in 2024

Disney has just announced that Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will begin a building expansion which will add new Disney Vacation Club (DVC) villas to their offerings with an anticipated opening in late 2024.

In addition to the new villas, the expansion will include new recreation and dining options that fit within the theme of the resort. It will be located between the existing resort building and Disney’s Wedding Pavilion on the edge of the main waterway, Seven Seas Lagoon. The building will replace the location of the Spirit of Aloha dinner show, which has been permanently closed to make room for the expansion and will provide guests access to the park’s monorail system.

VP and General Manager of DVC Bill Diercksen stated:

“It’s no secret that our Members and Guests love the monorail resorts at Walt Disney World. Expanding our Disney Vacation Club offerings at the Polynesian would give our Members and Guests yet another incredible option for staying close to the magic while making vacation memories that last a lifetime.”

This expansion is not the first to happen at this preferred Disney Resort. In 2015, the property’s first expansion was completed where it added 360 deluxe studios and 20 bungalows that sit directly over the water for a unique accommodation experience.

About Disney Vacation Club

Disney Vacation Club is a beloved vacation ownership program offered through the Disney brand and one of the most sought-after programs in the world. Its point-based timeshare system provides guests the ability to not only enjoy their Home Resort year after year, but also the option to trade with other DVC timeshares in Orlando, Anaheim, Hawaii, Vero Beach, and Hilton Head, South Carolina.

To learn more about Disney’s Polynesian Resort or the Disney Vacation Club, please visit their official website.