PHOTOS: New Monorail Station Platform Taking Shape at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
We have been keeping a close eye on the ongoing refurbishment of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The Magic Kingdom area resort has many changes coming down the pipeline including Moana-themed rooms, a new Great Ceremonial House, and a new Monorail station. We swung by the tropical oasis to take a peek at the latest progress being made.
The iconic roofing structure of the resort is visible here against the new Monorail station that is swiftly coming together.
Work on the Monorail platform is coming along which will reconnect Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to the Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and the Transportation and Ticket Center with two Monorail lines.
Most of the scaffolding has been taken down around the structures, revealing the new platform.
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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is expected to reopen to guests this summer. It remains to be seen if the new Monorail station and Ceremonial House will be opening along with the rest of the resort.
Many of the pillars appear to have received concrete work.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort features guest favorites such as ‘Ohana and Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show, which we can’t wait to make a comeback. We all remain eager to return to this tropical paradise!
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