The next milestone for the Disney Vacation Club construction at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has begun. The first bits of paint have been applied to the exterior of the pre-fab concrete structure.
Before we take a look at the construction, here’s a look at the concept art for the new tower that sits where the Luau Cove Spirit of Aloha dinner show used to be performed. The portion of the building that we’re going to be taking a closer look at is one of the rooms along the leftmost corner of the center section of the hotel with a dark brown trim.
Here’s a look at the tower from a recent visit to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
As you can see in the photo above, there is a dark brown section of the structure that almost looks to be made of wood. Let’s take a closer look.
At first glance, it might seem like some faux wood paneling has been added to the resort, but more careful observation shows that this is just paint applied over pre-fabricated faux wood concrete.
We can see that the unpainted concrete already has the faux wood look and just needs a coat of paint.
A close look at other unpainted sections of the building shows the faux wood look.
The DVC tower is expected to open late 2024, but an exact opening date or month has not been announced.
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