Bora Bora Bungalows Disney – Disney Polynesian Village Resort opened its doors in 1971, which makes it one of the oldest hotels in Walt Disney World Resort, but, although it was one of the first, it is one of the most modern (Its last remodeling was completed in April 2015). The hotel is set to create the feeling that one is in Polynesia and this is reflected in every aspect of the hotel.
Each area of the hotel has a name from the Pacific, Rarotonga, Niue, Samoa, Hawaii, Tuvalu, Fiji, Aotearoa, Tonga, Tokelau, Moorea, Pago Pago, Bora Bora. The hotel has 492 rooms, and 380 villas, of which 20 are located on the lagoon. The “standard” rooms are the deluxe studios which are the largest of the Walt Disney World Resort. They have a double bed, a sofa bed, and a folding bunk bed under the television. Being one of the most luxurious Disney hotels is all special, the most striking feature of the hotel are its bora bora bungalows disney, which allows you to experience the real experience of Polynesia but with Mickey Mouse.
There are only 20 bungalows, with two rooms and two bathrooms, which can accommodate up to 8 people. All bora bora bungalows disney has a private deck with a private back terrace which is the width of the bungalow and has a private pool, lounge furniture, and speakers designed to reproduce the soundtrack in sync with the Magic Kingdom fireworks of the park.