How many people can stay in the Disney Polynesian Resort Theme Park View Club Rooms? Anywhere from 5 to 8 guests! Where is Disney Polynesian Resort? We have all the answers. You also might want to take a look at the Disney Polynesian Pool Information including everything you want to know about the pools, water slide pool and the white sandy beach.

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Take a trip to the islands in the South Pacific and be pampered the only way Disney knows how when you bring your family to vacation at the Disney Polynesian Resort in Orlando Florida. The striking design and layout of this resort complex will make you feel as if you are on one of the Hawaiian Islands soaking in the sun and enjoying the tropical landscaping and environment around you.

South Pacific Flare

There are many different rooms and suites available for your liking. The standard rooms are very similar but what makes each room different is the view that you want to have. If you are interested in looking over the pool area, the grounds, Seven Seas Lagoon or even Cinderella’s castle, there is a view just right for you and your family. If you decide that you want to stay in a suite, this will give you the most space to spread out on your trip. Some of the rooms offer Club Level amenities that you cannot get with the more basic package. This level allows you to really pamper yourself during your stay and is something worth looking in to. There are many different dining experiences on the property but if you are looking for something different, that you do not see on the resort, you are in the middle of the Disney World Complex so it is easy to get around and find just about anything that you are looking for.

A Volcano at a Pool?

The pools are the first thing that the kids will notice and trust me, they will be dragging you out to look at them as soon as you get to the resort. There are 2 Swimming Pools, the main family pool is very large and has a 4 story volcano built nearby. The volcano is not only for looks it also is the access point to the 40 foot tall, 142 foot long twisting, tubular water slide. The kids will not want to leave after they have found this gem. If you need a quieter location, there is also a quiet, oval pool nearby with plenty of lounge chairs to sit around and enjoy the day without all of the younger ones around. They will be having too much fun at the Volcano Pool. Cabanas are available by the pool areas that will pamper you all day long if you would like. Reserve these early if you want one. They are an additional fee but it is vacation. If you are in to water sports, go down to the Marina and rent a canoe or maybe a pontoon boat to take out on the Seven Seas Lagoon. There is 24 hour arcade, bike rentals and a jogging track.