Work is progressing swiftly over at the Polynesian Village Resort on both the pore-cochère roof and the monorail walkway entrance. Let’s take a look:
More paneling has been put up recently on the porte-cochère roof. We hope for this piece to be completed soon and lifted back over to The Great Ceremonial House.
The concrete pillars are being primed, halfway covered in a shade of pink.
The set on the opposite side has recently been painted brown, likely the finished product.
More paneling has been added to the right-side of the roof over the monorail entrance as well.
The roof covering the walkway to the monorail has painted in different shades of dark and light tan. White wrap has been added around the columns supporting the roof as well.
Guests staying at the Polynesian are very eager for monorail services to resume once more.
Recently Disney also announced that the fan-favorite restaurant ‘Ohana will be returning to serve guests once more starting July 9th for both breakfast and dinner. Hopefully this also signals that more of these construction updates will be completed by then, or at least the full reopening later in July.
No major changes here recently, other than a few pieces of equipment being moved off of the concrete walkway and the grass area.
On our way out we spotted an owl friend taking a quick snooze in the shade. He’s doing a great job overseeing all of the construction.
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