Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jan 29, 2009
    Marni from PA 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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    Thanks for your response! Just trying to narrow it down of where to stay at the Polyn. Besides quiet for nap, would like easy access to transp. to MK and AK (garden view). Which of your prev picks would be a great match?


    I think the best choice of all is Tokelau. After that I would suggest Tahiti, then Niue. But Tokelau gets you closest to the bus stop, while still being close to the Ticket and Transportation Center side of the resort. As a side note, it sits in the heart of the resort grounds, so walks to and from your room really immerse you (and your two girls) in the South Seas ambiance that this resort delivers so well.

    Rapa Nui seems like it would be a good choice, but you risk too much chance of ending up with a room that faces south, getting all that nap-time noise from the Disney Motor Speedway. If, however, you were able to get a room in that Longhouse facing north, it would probably fall in as your second choice, after Tokelau.

    One final note. If you can get a room in Tokelau, ask them if you can get a room facing east. That will reduce some lower levels of noise that might come from the quiet pool that is located to the west of that longhouse.

    I hope that helps!
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