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Tag Archives: disney resort
The Polynesian Villas & Bungalows just opened as the 14th resort in the Disney Vacation Club. Join us as we tour one of the Bora Bora Bungalows. It sleeps 8 and features one of the most prime locations in all … Continue reading
A few more reviews for Disney’s Hawaiian resort are trickling in. Most note how Disney has emphasized telling the story of Hawaii over traditional Disney touches, but I would argue that storytelling is the quintessential Disney touch. So I’m glad … Continue reading
Aulani, Disney’s first hotel not located near one of its theme parks, is getting mixed reviews in the first few weeks of operations. Some of this is no doubt related to the usual issues that have to be worked out … Continue reading
Disney has just released this bird’s eye view of their Hawaii resort and DVC complex Aulani. Looks beautiful, even with some work remaining. It’s a bit hard to get the scale of the towers, but you can expect that beach … Continue reading