This morning there has been a plethora of information regarding Disney’s Polynesian Village Resorts lengthy refurbishment. Previously, we reported on the initial suspension of monorail service at the Polynesian, now we have a timeline on the continued construction for the monorail. In a report from DVCNews.com, the extended timeline for the long-term suspension of the Polynesian’s monorail service is detailed.
Here is what DVCNews.com had to say about the extended refurbishment,
Disney has revealed that the Polynesian’s monorail station will remain closed until July 2021. The closure was previously revealed to commence on November 2, several weeks after work begins on the lower level September 28.
Crews will use the time to update portions of the Great Ceremonial House including the port cochere (main entrance), check-in desk and the 2nd floor platform which provides access to Walt Disney World’s signature transportation line.
We also see the confirmation of this information about the monorail closure on the official Disney website. We also reported on a construction permit for the Magic Kingdom monorail today as well. It seems as if the monorail is receiving some much needed TLC. The monorail has been breaking down more and more recently, and we gave our readers tips on what to do when the monorail breaks down.
Remember, The Polynesian Village Resort will be closed through summer 2021 so if this is your favorite deluxe resort to stay in during your Walt Disney World visit, plan accordingly! Next time you stay at the Polynesian you may be able to stay in one of the previously announced Moana-themed rooms coming to the hotel. So many exciting changes are coming to the Polynesian Village Resort and we will continue to keep you updated as more information is revealed. Stay tuned to Inside the Magic for the latest news on this ongoing resort renovation!
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