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‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

One of my favorite traditions is having breakfast at ‘Ohana with our favorite alien, Stitch! ‘Ohana, at the Polynesian Village Resort, is always where my family enjoys breakfast on the last day of our vacation. It has a south seas, family friendly vibe, where everyone is your “cousin” and you enjoy a family style meal in a tropical setting of warm woods, lush plants and impressive tiki gods.

Enjoy the “Best Friends Breakfast” featuring Lilo and Stitch where Stitch, Lilo, Mickey & Pluto greets guests, takes pictures and signs autographs. Enjoy a family style all – you – care – to – enjoy meal of waffles, eggs, sausage,potatoes, fresh fruits, assorted breads and the most delicious juice we have ever had. Kids get to participate in a parade with their Disney “cousins” through the restaurant.

Dinner at ‘Ohana is full of delicious all – you – care – to – enjoy Polynesian cuisine. Guests age 21 and older can enjoy wine and tropical alcoholic drinks from the full bar. During dinner, children can participate in coconut races – using brooms to sweep coconuts across the restaurants hardwood floors. Everyone is invited to dance the hula and relax to island music during a celebration of birthdays and anniversaries.

Both breakfast and dinner seating books up fast so advanced dining reservations are highly recommended. The Disney Dining Plan and Disney Deluxe Dining Plan are both accepted at ‘Ohana. Dining reservations can be made 180 days in advance.

Interested in booking a Walt Disney World Resort Vacation? Contact me for a free, no obligation quote! I am affiliated with Academy Travel, an agency that has received a Earmarked Diamond designation from Disney Destinations. Earmarked Diamond is the highest designation that Disney Destinations can bestow upon a travel agency. My services are free to my clients, contact me by email or via my Facebook page; Kristieryan.travel@gmail.com or http://www.facebook.com/KristieRyan.travel

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