Below you will find the Disney’s Polynesian Resort Pool Pictures. For more information on the resort as a whole you might want to check out the Disney Polynesian Resort Amenities. From the water slide information to the pool hours we have got the low down. Take a walk through the South Pacific themed Disney Polynesian Resort Pool Photos and you will quickly see what a gorgeous tropical paradise that Disney has created for you to enjoy with your family. This resort has the style of the Hawaiian Islands with all of the tropical flowers and plants surrounding you everywhere you walk around the resort. There are 2 pool areas that you will want to visit during your stay. The main family pool is the Nanea Volcano Pool and it has that name for a purpose. As you walk out to the pool you can’t help but notice the 40 foot Volcano towering over the entire pool area. The Volcano is used for the theme of the resort but they have also built a 142 foot tube water slide into this structure that your kids will want to ride over and over again. There are lifeguards on duty at this pool during the day which will give you some peace of mind as you enjoy lounging by the side of the pool or if you really want to indulge yourself, you can rent one of the cabanas and be pampered all day long. On one end of the pool you have Zero Entry which makes it easier and safer for the little ones in the group to enjoy splashing in the water. On the other end you will see a little cove cut out that has seating and whirlpool jets built right into the pool. There is also a walking bridge that takes you to the other side of the pool where you can walk under the picturesque waterfalls flowing over the Volcano. If you are looking for a quiet location to read and also take a dip in the pool, you will want to head on over to the Poly East Pool. This Oval pool is the perfect place to get away from it all and just relax for a while.

  • Number of Pools
  • 1 Family Fun Nanea Volcano Pool, 1 Quiet Oval Pool

      Water Fun at the Nanea Volcano Pool

      142 Feet of Twisting, Tubular Water Slide fun built in to the 40 foot volcano


      Zero Entry

      Whirlpool Jets at one end of the pool with benches built into the pool

      Poly East Quiet Pool

      Quiet Spaces for Reading

      Many places to lounge around

      Enjoy the White Sandy Beach along the Seven Seas Lagoon

  • Number of Slides
    1. 1 Large Twisting, Tubular Water Slide at the Volcano Pool

  • Number of Hot Tubs
    1. There are no outside hot tubs at this resort

  • Kiddie Play Area
    1. Small Children’s Wet Play Area near the Volcano Pool

  • Cabanas
    1. Available with many luxurious amenities. Extra Fees Apply

      Plush Furnishings

      Flat Screen TV


      Private Dining (Additional Fees Apply)

      Poolside Massage (Additional Fees Apply)

      Reservations Required

  • Additional Water Fun and Sports at the Marina
    1. Pontoon Boat

      Sea Ray Raycers



  • Disney Polynesian Resort Pool Hours
    1. Nanea Volcano Pool – Daily | 7 AM to Midnight

      Poly East Pool – Daily | 7 AM to Midnight

Grand Polynesian Resort Swimming Pool Information

Since the Polynesian Resort is located on the Seven Seas Lagoon, this makes it a wonderful place to go to the Mikaka Canoe Club Marina and check out some of the exciting water sports that are available on the resort. From 10 AM to 5 PM you are able to rent Pntoon Boats, Sea Raycers, Sailboats and Pedal Boats to take out on the water. If you are interested in taking a bike around the resort complex, this is where the bike rentals are as well. You will have single and surrey bikes to choose from. Don’t leave the Marina out during your stay, there is
a lot of fun to be had out on the water. There are also a couple of white sandy beaches located along the edge of the Lagoon where you can sit an relax while the kids are playing in the sand building their most marvelous sand art creation. There are also a few hammocks along the beaches.