Latest look at the Disney Vacation Club tower construction site at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Nov 28, 2023 in "Disney's Polynesian Villas and Bungalows"

Polynesian Resort Disney Vacation Club tower construction - November 26 2023
Posted: Tuesday November 28, 2023 10:36am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Here is a latest look at the construction site for the upcoming Disney Vacation Club tower at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World.





The new DVC tower at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort has a planned opening in 2024.


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John park hopper10 days ago

instant cash --that is why no new resorts in years Just love the bland color

Casper Gutman11 days ago

The one thing you can’t complain that Disney builds too slowly are bland DVC hotel units. Unfortunately.

Chef idea Mickey`=11 days ago

Alicia Stella is one to not be wrong, she's not wrong when it comes to her update on news information. Five years ago Alicia was on someone else's podcast as a guest and revealed mentioned that Universal would be and is working on a new theme park encompassing different world's known at the time under the name Fantastic World's.

JoeCamel11 days ago

A quote would have helped but Alicia is not saying Helios is behind schedule

plutofan1511 days ago

You must be new here. Don’t you know that nobody here ever waits for the finished product when there is an opportunity to loose their and bash what is currently being seen. 🙄😄

peter1143511 days ago

Punctuation would help a lot here. I’m honestly not sure what your overall point is here. She’s not… what?

DCBaker11 days ago

Photos from today (first four from the monorail side). https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/53521332030_257fd65785_o.jpghttps://live.staticflickr.com/65535/53520901546_9e36ddc201_o.jpg

Chef idea Mickey`=14 days ago

She's not and love her! 5 years ago she was the one saying a Fantastic World's park was coming and her latest podcast they mentioned things they were right about! I don't care when either of these opens but aside anything else at Disney they sure are building this Poly one 🙄on schedule in old Disney fashion!

Sectorkeeper7114 days ago

I heard on Alicia Stella’s podcast that it’s possible Helios is behind in construction which is why they haven’t opened reservations up for it yet. She’s usually pretty spot on with universal news, so I’d wager she’s on to something. Though whether or not that puts it on a later timeline than this poly addition, I’m not sure

James Alucobond14 days ago

They didn’t even clear the land for this until the summer of 2022.

Chef idea Mickey`=14 days ago

At this rate it's quite possible and obvious that Universal Helios Grand Hotel will finish complete construction and open before Poly Inn Tower! Look at pictures side to side

EPCOTCenterLover14 days ago

I'm still disappointed that Luau Cove is gone. That dinner show was one of the major highlights of our 2019 trip.

lazyboy97o14 days ago

“Concept art” as a phrase is a misnomer. There are five phases of design: Blue Sky, Concept Design, Schematic Design, Detailed Design / Design Development, and Construction Documentation. Each phase involves more refinement and detail, and artwork is created and updated through all of the phases of design, and sometimes even after design. Despite being called “concept art”, published promotional art can and does come from any of the phases of design. How this art is created has also expanded dramatically. It’s no longer a painter or illustrator just creating something to sell an idea. Digital production tools such as 3D modeling software means there is more and more a 3D mode serving as at least the underlying basis for the artwork. How designs are documented has also changed. “Blueprints” are no longer just flat, 2D images but instead derived from 3D digital models. The art for the recent hotel projects so closely matches the final product because it not only didn’t come from the concept design phase but also because it was renderings of the actual “blueprints” of the buildings.

nickys15 days ago

Reflections had more than one concept design.