PHOTOS: Construction Continues on New Entrance to Great Ceremonial House at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

We’ve been closely monitoring the progress on the building of the new entrance to the Great Ceremonial House and Monorail station construction at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.


Today we checked in to see how work was progressing since our last visit.


There are now 10 pillar structures lining the front side of the Monorail station.


These pillar structures are along both sides of the monorail track and the pillars back here are wrapped in concrete.


Some of the pillars are being wrapped with metal paneling.


Here’s a closer look at the paneling, which likely precedes the concrete.


The construction site remains very active with lots of workers present.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is undergoing a complete refurbishment which will include South Seas patterns and colors, Moana-themed rooms, and a new enhanced entryway that will debut just in time for the resort hotel’s 50th anniversary. These pillars will soon be the taller brown ones behind the porte-cochère in the concept art below.


The resort is set to reopen this summer.

Keep checking WDWNT for more updates about Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

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beautiful gorgeous
9 months ago

I am highly interested in progress reports on Polynesian Village Resort. Keep them coming. We want to stay there next time when the Tron Lightcycle opens in 2022.