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Permit Filed for Demolition of Spirit of Aloha Building at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Walt Disney Imagineers have filed a permit for the demolition of the Spirit of Aloha building and nearby costuming building at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

The Spirit of Aloha dinner show has permanently closed, and a new Disney Vacation Club wing will replace the demolished buildings.

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The permit is specifically for “utility isolation and demo.” D.H. Griffen Wrecking Co, Inc. is the contractor.

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  1. They already have many rooms for DVC guests at the Polynesian resort and the bungalows on the water. Disney decided to bulldoze an entertainment show that people make a tradition with their vacation planning. The Poly has had many renovations and is gorgeous. This is not necessary. Is the hoop de doo review going next so they can put a DVC tower in Fort Wilderness?

  2. What a darn shame. Complete ruining of original theming and magic. Never ever will I go back again after our November trip (and staying at the Poly for 2 nights!)

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