DVC Tower at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort


With the announcement of the DVC Tower at the Polynesian Village Resort, the Disney Company continues to expand it’s Disney Vacation Club resorts.  Construction is well underway as the scheduled opening is planned for late in 2024.

Located on the site of the former Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show along the shore of the Seven Seas Lagoon, this all-new resort is situated in between Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Wedding Pavilion. Guests staying at the resort will have spectacular water or golf course views as well as a great perspective of the nightly fireworks show.

A published site plan includes a “Proposed Pool and a “Proposed Water Activity Pool” which is anticipated to be splash pool or water playground. It is also anticipated that guests staying at this resort will have access to all the amenities of the adjacent Polynesian Village Resort including water taxi transportation and the Disney Monorail service to the Magic Kingdom.

Currently there are still a number of outstanding questions about this new DVC Tower so check back regularly for updates on this amazing new property.

About Disney Vacation Club

Disney Vacation Club (DVC) is similar to a timeshare program but instead of acquiring a real estate interest for a period of time, owners purchase a select number of “Vacation Points” which are used to stay at vacation club resorts, Disney cruises and other vacation experiences. 

The cost of membership varies by the amount of Vacation Points that are being purchased but currently point packages start at $217.00 per point for 150 points ($32,550 total).  Closing costs at initial purchase start from $390.00 and members are responsible for annual maintenance dues which start at $92.00 per month.

Construction Progress

Considering it took more than four years to built TRON Lightcycle / Run, construction on this tower is progressing fairly quickly.  A substantial part of the concrete exterior shell with a number of the windows / sliding glass door being covered.

Following is our most recent video from the Monorail as of June 16, 2023.  We will 

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Jerry Joyce

Jerry Joyce has been a Florida resident since 1998 and has lived in a variety of places in the South Florida area. Jerry is an avid boater & water sports enthusiast, beach aficionado, a lover of great food, muscle car fan and a theme park annual passholder for many years. Some of his favorite places in Florida include the Florida Keys, Walt Disney World, Cedar Key, the Loxahatchee River, St. Augustine and Ten Thousand islands.

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