The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show has finally been removed from a sign inside the Great Ceremonial House at Disney’s Polynesian Village House.
The sign is on the second floor of the lobby building and points to Kona Cafe and ‘Ohana.
Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at Luau Cove was previously next to ‘Ohana on the sign. See the old version of the sign below.
Disney announced in March of this year that, after being closed for two years due to COVID-19, Spirit of Aloha would not reopen. The show’s building has since been demolished to make way for a new Disney Vacation Club wing, scheduled to open in 2024.
Spirit of Aloha opened with the rest of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort on October 1, 1971, the same day Magic Kingdom opened its gates for the first time. It ran for almost 50 years, closing in March 2020.
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2 thoughts on “Spirit of Aloha Removed From Sign at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort”
So Bob – once again TAKES away something from us – yet charges us more. Bob needs to give us live entertainment to replace the luau he’s taken away – there’s plenty of room to hold a luau somewhere else on property. I can’t believe he took away live entertainment to replace it with a DVC tower that looks like a Radisson Inn. Isn’t DVC losing members?
We have attended the Spirit of Aloha evey time we visited Disney World. It was always a great experience. We are very upset with the terrible changes Disney is making. Truely Disney has lost its Magic.
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