Wayback Wednesday to Christmas at the Grand and Poly
It’s near the end of February, but not too long ago, Walt Disney World was completely decked out with Christmas decorations. So here’s a look at some of the festive decorations Disney’s Grand Floridian and Polynesian Village Resort.
The Grand’s lobby is completely decorated with Christmas trees of all sizes, many poinsettias, and garland everywhere. Their Christmas tree is among the large trees you can see at other major resorts, such as the Wilderness Lodge!
The Grand Floridian is home to the famous gingerbread house. It’s made from real gingerbread and begins being built in November and once it’s complete, they sell goodies from it daily. It’s a huge crowd drawer and great photo op.
Heading over to the Polynesian Village Resort, you’re greeted by a large poinsettia tree at the entrance. The lobby is considerably less flashy than the Grand Floridian, but festive nonetheless. Their Christmas tree is adorned with very fun island decorations and is great to look at in detail.
While walking around, I also spotted some fun merchandise. I love the Polynesian drink glass, as well as the Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto t-shirts, a bar you must check out if you haven’t yet. There was also some neat Marvel and Disney mugs and glasses.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading!