PHOTOS: Construction Continues on New Monorail Station at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has recently reopened to guests after a long refurbishment and a Moana-themed room overlay. As the deadline to reopen approached, Disney announced that one of the projects that would not reach completion in time for the opening was the redesigned Monorail station which runs to the hotel. Taking a look at how it stands today, it is clear that there is still a lot of work to be done.
From the left side underneath the Monorail beams, we can see the newly completed porte-cochère, which was completed in time for the reopening.
Some of the painting has been completed on the support beams, as seen here with this brown beam. The foremost beam is still partially pink.
The right side, however, remains unpainted.
Scaffolding covers most of the structure, allowing for access to every level up to the roof.
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The covered walkway from the hotel to the Monorail platform is completely enshrouded. The Monorail station remains closed to guests while the work is being completed.