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Top 10 Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Lobbies

3.) Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort – Directly across Seven Seas Lagoon from the Magic Kingdom is one of the most popular Disney Resorts in all of Walt Disney World Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort opened with the Resort in 1971 and brings the serenity and relaxation of the South Seas to life. The lobby of the Disney Resort is named the Great Ceremonial House and features two floors with a massive atrium in the middle that is flooded with natural light during the daytimes. The center of the lobby features a large planter with a friendly tiki in the middle greeting guests and the surrounding first floor offers guests shopping opportunities, the front desk, and concierge. The far side of the lower level of the Disney Resort’s lobby also features large glass windows that look directly out at Seven Seas Lagoon and Cinderella Castle in the distance. The second floor of the Great Ceremonial House in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort also features another shopping location in addition to the entrance to the monorail platform and popular eateries ‘Ohana, Kona Café, Kona Island, and Tambu Lounge. With stunning views, amazing atmosphere, and plenty of places to shop and eat, the lobby at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort can’t be beat.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.