The Maldives is known for its hotels and resorts that feature water bungalows – but that’s not the only place you can find them.
A Disney World resort in Florida offers a similar offering, offering guests the same spirit of the South Pacific.
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows are available for booking by Disney Vacation Club (DVC) members.
Starting at just 112 DVC points per night, the bungalows are a private oasis away from the rest of the Polynesian resort.
The bungalows are also Disney’s first overwater resort rooms, each with a terrace overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon.
These private decks offer spectacular views of the Magic Kingdom’s fireworks shows and even have speakers to play the show’s music.
Because of their sleeping options and amenities, bungalows are ideal for families traveling together.
The bungalows sleep up to eight people and feature two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a kitchen and dining area, and a private back deck with a plunge pool.
The bungalows are equipped with numerous amenities, including televisions, bathrobes, washer and dryer, and WiFi.
Disney also offers food service so you can purchase your snacks and drinks and have them delivered in time for your arrival at the resort.
Every morning, guests can wake up and enjoy the beautiful blue waters right outside their door.
Guests staying in the bungalows have access to all resort and Disney World property perks.
The Polynesian resort features several fan-favorite restaurants, including the Lilo and Stitch-themed Ohana and Kona Café.
There are also fast food restaurants as well as several bars and cafes on site.
The resort also features a pool, scheduled entertainment and events, and numerous themed experiences and offerings.
The Polynesian resort is just minutes from the Magic Kingdom, easily accessible via monorail or water taxi, and in close proximity to all of Disney World’s major attractions.
The other Disney World parks – EPCOT, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom – can be reached via Disney’s bus system.