Construction continues on the major refurbishment of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, as the Great Ceremonial House is reimagined and Moana-themed rooms are created.
Since our last update, more crossbeams have been added to the updated structure on top of the Great Ceremonial House.
The new structure has fewer crossbeams, but will still resemble the original version that was dismantled last month.
Decorative beams have also been removed from the walls of the currently closed Monorail station, leaving large gaps.
Monorails are still going through the station, just not stopping.
Wood paneling is blocking the view inside some room windows, indicating construction is taking place inside.
This scaffolding we spotted recently remains up as well.
We saw plenty of construction workers on the stairs.
From the pool, we got another view of the crossbeam progress, and the crane behind them.
Below is concept art for the finished Great Ceremonial House.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will be reopening summer 2021 if construction remains on schedule. Keep checking WDWNT for updates.