Construction Underway in Guest Areas at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has been humming with construction recently, with new work underway in two guest areas.

Over by the tiki statue across from the Fiji building, a small section is now fenced off.

The work seems to be focused on a pipe just behind the statue. It’s unclear what’s precisely being done, but it doesn’t seem to be connected to the future Disney Vacation Club tower coming to the resort.

Work seems to be in the early stages. Dirt is piled up near the beam, with much of it covered by tarps.

It also looks like a small ladder may be on site. A couple of metal beams are also exposed.

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Over by the beach near the bungalows, a section is walled off as new pipe is being laid.

An excavator is on site to dig out sand. It’s possible that this could be connected to the DVC construction, but it doesn’t appear likely.

Signage on the wall shows the direction of the ADA pool entrance. Overall, things are looking incredibly busy in the usually calm resort environment.

The new multi-story building, announced back in March, will feature a more modern look. It replaces the Spirit of Aloha dinner show, which never reopened after closing for COVID-19 in March 2020.

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  1. This is downright painful to watch. The Poly is done. Thanks again, Disney, for ruining an original and the magic it created for generations. You will pay in the long run.

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