Demolition of Spirit of Aloha Building Almost Complete at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Demolition of the Spirit of Aloha dinner show building is almost complete at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

The building is being knocked down to make room for a new Disney Vacation Club wing.

From the Monorail, guests can see the demolition site. A construction vehicle sits next to what remains of the front of the building.

We can actually see straight through the building’s remnants to the other side.

Debris is piled to the sides and in three blue dumpsters.

We didn’t see crew members at the demolition site this morning.

Disney announced earlier this year that Spirit of Aloha was permanently closed and later filed a permit for demolition. How do you feel about the show ending? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Chapek continues with the charge more, give less to us parkgoers, and hotel guests. We need to demand that live entertainment returns to the Poly. All we are left with is the live music at Trader Sams – while it’s great and the musicians are very talented, it’s a very small venue. Can we start a countdown to Chapek’s contract expiration date? He kills the magic and the guest experience more and more every day.

  2. The biggest Disney tragedy next to Genie+ and sterile/theme-less resort hotels. Unbearable to watch this.

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