Aloha! This morning, we stopped by the Polynesian Village Resort to check out their Christmas decorations.
Walking up to the resort, the valet and guest drop-off area is all decked out with Christmas wreaths and garland.
Once you walk towards the entrance of the lobby, large garland hangs over the walkway from wooden oars.
Inside, the lobby check in and concierge desks also feature lighted garland. A sign promoting tickets for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party sits on the concierge and travel valet desk.
Boutiki has gotten into the Christmas spirit with decor throughout the entrance and the store itself.
Their rack of jackets and sweaters was a popular place this morning thanks to the cooler weather this week.
At Captain Cook’s, wreaths hang over the windows in the dining area.
In the Club Level Hawai’i building, the guest dining lounge and check-in info desks downstairs have also been decorated.
Back in the Great Ceremonial House, Tambu Lounge and the check in area for ‘Ohana have seen wreaths, garland, and a Christmas tree go up.
We can also see the security check in area for the Monorail features some decorations on the support beams outside.
Kona Island and Kona Cafe also were included in the holiday decorations.
The elevators feature a nice wreath between the elevator doors. Around the corner, the photo background for the Christmas party is still up for guests.
In the lobby, the tables now feature small baskets of poinsettia plants to help with the holiday mood.
The main attraction, this year’s Christmas tree, looms large in the main lobby in its traditional corner. It reaches almost to the second floor.
The tree is a popular spot for guests to stop for Christmas photos as they pass through.
The details on the tree feature some classic Pacific Islands items to bring home the island holiday feel.
Nothing says Mele Kalikimaka like a pineapple on the tree.
The fish on the tree were quite popular with the kids who were checking out the details with their parents during out visit.
That does it for our look at the Christmas decor at the Polynesian. What is your favorite part of this year’s decorations? Let us know in the comments below!