The new Monorail station is taking shape at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

A new Monorail station is gradually taking shape at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Work has primarily focused on the new station’s platform in recent weeks, but themed beams have recently been added.

The overview of the area shows a dense construction site right in front of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

Taking a closer look at the Monorail station itself, we can see several themed roof beams are now in place.

We can see there’s a lot of work left on the new station when standing beneath the Monorail beams. Disney will likely want this project completed ahead of the resort’s reopening to non-DVC guests this summer.

The arrival experience at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will look very different in the near future. The concept art released by Disney depicts a significant facelift around the resort’s main entrance.

Disney's Polynesian Resort concept art

Disney is also in the process of refurbishing all of the rooms at the resort with Moana theming and colors. Summarized, it’s a massive period of change at one of Walt Disney World’s original resorts.

David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for all things Disney, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Join us for news, reviews and more!

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