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  • On Mar 13, 2009
    Lara from TN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    staying at Polynesian next week with my teenage boys. what building is best for me to get to quiet pool and them the monorail?


    There are a few good choices. One thing you might consider is that while the boys may be thinking of picking up the monorail at the resort's main building, they are also only a short walk away from the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC). This means that they could walk over there instead and take a monorail to either the Magic Kingdom OR Epcot. This shortens their transportation time to both, particularly Epcot where they would have otherwise had to take a monorail to the TTC, then transfer to another monorail line to get to Epcot. Assuming you like that option, here are my recommendations;

    • The Tokelau longhouse puts you immediately next to the quiet pool, and close to both the main resort building and the TTC.
    • The Tahiti and Rapa Nui longhouses move you closer to the TTC, but still not far from the quiet pool. Tahiti is probably preferable for both the view and the noise levels.
    • The Rarotonga¬†and Niue longhouses place you between the quiet pool and the main building of the resort, where the traditional monorail pickup location is located.

    I hope that this helps!

    Have a magical vacation!

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