As refurbishment work continues at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, the monorail station has now reopened for Guests.

Jeremiah took a trip to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to check out how the refurbishment work was going, along with the reopening of the monorail station.

As part of the refurbishment, Guests will see an enhanced entrance with a new porte cochere showcasing the iconic mid-20th century architecture the Polynesian is famous for. The front entrance to the Great Ceremonial House is still getting some work done as seen above.

The monorail station features new lighting decor, and a look down reveals the entrance work continuing.

When the resort reopened on July 19, Guests were able to stay in newly reimagined rooms inspired by the Walt Disney Animation Studios film, Moana.

The new rooms have a different look to them than what was previously there, with a color palette inspired by the animated film and a brighter feel. If you look around at the various details, you can spot different references to the characters from the film. Check out the standard and 1 bedroom MK view suite.

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