Lou Mongello / Friday, September 21st, 2007
- A large, soothing waterfall graces the lobby of the Polynesian’s Great Ceremonial House, which includes the hotel’s registration desk, shops, restaurants and more. The monorail station is right outside the House on the second floor.
- Disney’s Polynesian Resort is home to the "Nanea" (which means tranquil) Volcano-themed pool, which includes a water slide, kids water play area, and underwater music. It replaced the original grotto pool on March 10, 2001.
- Disney’s Polynesian Resort was one of the original two Walt Disney World resorts that opened in 1971. The Great Ceremonial House is the resort’s main reception area, and includes the monorail station, bus stop and numerous restaurants and shops. The main lobby contains more than 75 varieties of tropical and subtropical plants in the three-story high garden.