PHOTOS: Tour an Updated Disney Vacation Club Deluxe Studio at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

While many rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort were refurbished to include “Moana” theming, Disney Vacation Club rooms only received a soft goods update. A soft good update means that instead of a full refurbishment, smaller elements like sheets, artwork, and sometimes furniture have been replaced.


This room has a queen-size bed with plain white sheets.


There are also two other beds, which we’ll get to in a moment.


The chairs and sofa have been switched from red to blue.


The table features the same Maui lamp as before.


The same coffee table remains and it can be opened for additional storage. The new carpet is blue, green, and brown, with large white flower designs.


The sofa hides the room’s biggest new addition: a pulldown bed.


The bed is hidden behind the “Lilo & Stitch” artwork above the sofa.


It’s also a queen-size bed.


There’s a flower design on the wall behind it.


There’s still space for the coffee table at the end of the bed.


The structure beneath the wall-mounted TV also folds down into a twin-size day bed.


There’s a small kitchenette with a toaster, coffeemaker, sink, microwave, and mini-fridge. The backsplash behind it has been updated with the same flower design from the back of the pulldown behind.


There are two bathrooms, which have stayed mostly the same. This one has a vanity with one sink and a walk-in shower.


The shower has wall-mounted H20+ body wash, conditioner, and shampoo.


The second bathroom has a shower with a tub next to the toilet. The walls have been repainted plain white and there’s a new flower-patterned shower curtain.


Of course, there’s also a balcony with chairs and a table.


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  1. murphy beds are great in concept. in practical use they just might swallow you up. and just think folks, for a studio just like this at star wars, it only costs you about a $1000 per night per person. and the golden fleecing continues.

  2. The rooms seem brighter, but we’ve lost a lot of the fun. Why take the color out of bathrooms and even the facing of the “Lilo Bed?” It’s still a Polynesian room, but it’s definitely a blander version of it.

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