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Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows Look Just Like Bora Bora, But With Mickey

04/03/2015 03:38 pm ET

We found the happiest place on Earth... and it's NOT in the tropics.

What looks like Bora Bora is actually Disney World's newest hotel property, Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.

The 20 stunning, over-the-water bungalows opened this week as part of a new resort complete with access to a tiki bar, Lava Pool and water taxi transport to the Magic Kingdom. You might even watch the Disney World fireworks from your bungalow's private plunge pool. 

Island life at Disney World? It's pretty much a dream come true.

The brand-new bungalows sleep eight guests each and are tricked out with bamboo fixtures, surfboards, flat-screen TVs, kitchens, washers and dryers and private PLUNGE POOLS on the back decks.

Guests will have access to a white-sand beach, volcano water slide and cafe that serves those famous Disney Dole Whips

You can rent canoes, ride bikes, chill by the campfire and even go fishing. There's a nighttime electrical water parade in the lagoon. Oh, and that little place called the Magic Kingdom is just a monorail or water taxi ride away.  

The bungalows start at about $2,137 per night, according to Disney spokesperson Amanda Adler. They're joined by the resort's Deluxe Studio units, which will continue to open in phases throughout the summer. 

We'll start packing NOW.

 

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