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Hula Lessons at Disney’s Polynesian Resort in Walt Disney World

Hula Lessons at Disney’s Polynesian Resort in Walt Disney World

by on January 16, 2013

Disney’s Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World is a relaxing tropical paradise, featuring lush vegetation, thatched roofs, koi ponds and white-sand lakebeaches and offering a warm, welcoming world that celebrates the spirit of the South Pacific and ensures “Ho’Onanea”—the passing of time in languid tranquility. Hawaiian traditions and culture are celebrated here, including traditional hula dancing. You can even receive a hula lesson in the lobby of Disney’s Polynesian Resort! Take a look at our video:

Disney’s Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World
With eleven 2-story and 3-story village longhouses that flank the Great Ceremonial House—built to resemble a royal Tahitian assembly lodge—the Resort has 847 luxurious rooms, decorated with rich tropical colors and furnished in traditional bamboo and rattan.

Inside the Great Ceremonial House, water cascades over craggy volcanic rocks, while coconut palms tower over more than 75 different indigenous species. Also inside is shopping, dining and an awe-inspiring torch-lighting ceremony—a Polynesian welcoming of the night that includes a traditional fire-knife dance, accompanied by authentic drumming and chants.

Disney’s Polynesian Resort offers a variety of recreation, including the Nanea Volcano Pool, featuring a 40-foot high volcano with a waterfall and tubular waterslide, fishing, boating, waterskiing and parasailing on Bay Lake and Seven Seas Lagoon. Also on the Seven Seas Lagoon, a dazzling, musical Electrical Water Pageant is held nightly. Guests of the Resort also have access to nearby Senses — A Disney Spa at Disney’s Grand Floridian, the flagship resort of Walt Disney World.

Disney’s Polynesian Resort has been designated by the Florida Green Lodging Program, recognizing the Resort’s environmentally responsible practices.

Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show
Presented in an open-air dining theater in Luau Cove, Disney’s Spirit of Aloha dinner show is a Polynesian luau feast. This exciting celebration combines traditional music with more contemporary ditties from the animated Disney film Lilo and Stitch, and features dancing that is considered some of the most authentic this side of Hawaii.

Activities for Children at Disney’s Polynesian Resort in Walt Disney World
In addition to all the activities mentioned above, there are bike rentals, a 24-hour, high-tech game room and a children’s wet-play area located near the Nanea Volcano Pool. Children ages 3-12 can also enjoy the Never Land Club, a supervised activity center that affords parents a carefree night on the town. And children are sure to love a Character Dining breakfast hosted by Lilo & Stitch at the ‘Ohana restaurant. (Additional fee required)

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