Update: Disney’s Polynesian Resort adds Club Disney
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“I think for the vast majority of our guests, they will absolutely love what we’re going to do with this resort,” he said. Changes will be apparent from the roadway, Petersen said. “The marquee will have lava rock, it will have flowing water, it will have tiki torches and hibiscus flowers,” she said. “It is the thing that says you have arrived at this fantasy, destiny, tropical island that is so, so Disney.” Lava rock will dominate the resort’s remodeled pool area, which will include a view of the lagoon and a 12-person spa. The pool’s deck size will increase by more than 30 percent, Wolber said. He expects the area to be “more energetic and guest-friendly.” Inside, Captain Cook’s restaurant already is closed for renovation.
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Update: Disney’s Polynesian Resort adds Club Disney Last Updated: Friday, May 16, 2014, 12:08 PM Theme Park Wars Up next for Disney World: Animal Kingdom, Polynesian, Disney Springs LAKE BUENA VISTA — At the beginning of the month, Walt Disney World revealed it is revamping the Polynesian Resort and it will revert to its original name, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Now, Disney is releasing a few additional details. Next month the resort will debut a baby sitting service of sorts. It is a place where parents can drop-off their kids and head-out to have some adult time. The brand new children’s activity center is called Club Disney. Here, according to Disney, cast members will supervise your children as they participate in various activities such as, playing dress up, making crafts, or participate in storytelling experiences. Disney imagineers said the center will look like a child’s fairy tale brought to life using imagery from the classic Disney Little Golden Books, including Alice In Wonderland, Pinocchio and Lady and The Tramp. Club Disney will open in June at the Polynesian Resort.
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