PHOTOS - Take a complete tour through a completed Bora Bora Bungalow at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Mar 23, 2015 in "Disney's Polynesian Villas and Bungalows"

The new Bora Bora Bungalows open on April 1, bringing 20 deluxe Disney Vacation Club two bedroom villas to Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.

Each bungalow sleeps 8, and features a master bedroom with a king sized bed, a second bedroom with a queen sized and pull-down bed. The living room includes a dining table, living space, and a second pull down sleeper bed. Also part of the villa is a full kitchen and laundry area.

Outside you will find a private deck with hanging chairs, loungers, a private plunge pool, and best of all - open views of the Magic Kingdom.

Expect to pay between $2100 and $2900 per night, depending on season for a room only stay in one of the bungalows. For those members of Disney vacation Club, rates arearound $160/point, with between 841 and 1439 points needed for a week long stay varying by season.

Ahead of the official opening, we've got a complete walk-through of one of the bungalows and a look at the newly recreated Sunset Point. Click the gallery to get started.

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Article Posted: Mar 23, 2015 / 1:35pm EST
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ToInfinityAndBeyondApr 06, 2015

Yes, I am quite aware that there are now sharks in the Seven Seas Lagoon. I was responding to a comment about Bora Bora. :p

Phil12Apr 05, 2015

Except for the keys, river otters are endemic to all of Florida.

Nubs70Apr 05, 2015

As you face MK on the beach, you call still watch from the far left side where they show movies.

betty roseApr 05, 2015

I'm laughing so hard my sides hurt.:D:D:D

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

Think of them as a luxury Tree Top Villas. With your own pool.

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

Would make the pals and pirates fireworks cruise interesting. "I think we're going to need a bigger boat."

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

I've had gator tail. It's not bad if done properly. Tastes like chicken.... :D

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

You do know there are no sharks, at least not the amphibian variety, in the Lagoon, right? Just turtles and I did see an alligator in the sea grass around the area were they take the pontoon boats for fishing. Wasn't very big, maybe 3-4 feet. But speaking of water creatures, while walking across the bridge from SSR to DTD we were fascinated by something that kept surfacing and then diving under water. Imagine our surprise when we realized it was an otter. A rather big river otter. We watched it climb up onto the bank (this is the part of the "river" where the fountain is) and head towards the wooded area around the road. Sure hope it didn't wander onto the road leading to the bus depot at Marketplace. Is DAK missing any of their animals?

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

Oh, you would be surprised what an alligator can do. I saw a video of a large gator slithering (does a gator slither?) across someone's front lawn, get to the front door and climb up to the door bell. Not that I think a reptile that hasn't changed much since prehistoric days and with a brain the size of a grapefruit was actually trying to ring the doorbell, but it made for one funny video. Imagine if it managed to hit the doorbell, and the home owner answered that one. Yikes!! :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: "Honey, there's someone here to see you." :D

LAKid53Apr 04, 2015

Don't worry, there will be a Seminole around to take care of that pesky gaytor. ;)

betty roseApr 04, 2015

I don't even think alligator's can climb that.:D

WDWtravelerApr 04, 2015

Photo update as of Saturday, April 4. Included a photo that I didn't see anywhere else, regarding the bungalows. The various entrances to the piers connecting the mainland to the bungalows are all gated, accessed by the guest's wristband or room card.

note2001Apr 02, 2015

Great pics though!