Polynesian Monorail Station Construction Progresses
With 16 days left before Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort welcomes guests back to its longhouses, construction continues on the new monorail station.
MickeyBloggers stopped by today to check out the progress on their way to Captain Cook’s to grab a 4th of July cupcake. The roof work really took shape since our last visit a few weeks ago.
Much work continues to be done underneath the roof based on the scaffolding location to perfect that whitewashed hue we see on the boards below.
Also, those incredible columns that define the look of the resort transformation now received a brown-hued makeover to better coordinate with the resort aesthetic.
The extensions of the trainglular peaks of the roofing over the roadway certainly adds to the Polynesian designs of the Great Ceremonial House and other buildings throughout the resort.
Scaffolding still remains across much of the construction area, proving that the monorail station will not open with the rest of the resort to guests later this month.
Guests returning to the resort later this month will have access to boat transportation to the Magic Kingdom as well as monorail stops at both Disney’s Grand Floridian and the Transporation and Ticket Center.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort reopens for the first time since the March 2020 pandemic closure on July 19th. The guest rooms underwent a massive refurbishment during the closure.
New rooms feature a “Moana” theme, and we certainly cannot wait to check them out in the near future.
‘Ohana also reopens this month at the resort. Though Lilo, Stitch and the rest of the breakfast crew do not have a date yet for their debut, the delicious familly-style meals debut on July 9th. After a bit of a debacle regarding the ‘Ohana noodles, the dinner options include a variety of proteins and the noodles after much debate.