Stop the removal of the Polynesian Resort waterfall
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Walt Disney World president George Kalogridis announced recently that the Polynesian Resort will be refurbished to accommodate the Disney Vacation Club expansion project. Because of the increased traffic in the lobby the iconic centerpiece of waterfalls, pools and exotic flora will be removed. The removal of this beautiful centerpiece is simply shocking to many resort guests and this petition is to let management realize the connection we all have with it in hopes that they will reconsider their design and create a new one that incorporates the existing waterfall centerpiece of the resort. Many are simply devastated upon realizing that something that is so important to the resort and their memories will be removed. Here are just a few comments taken from Facebook: "Where is the thumbs down button?! We took photos of my brother and family there right before he got married over at the Boardwalk. Later we came back special to take photos of him and his new bride. It’s such a shame that they are changing this." "I am very disappointed that WDW is taking out the iconic waterfall and garden feature of the Polynesian. It brings back such great childhood memories of staying there throughout the 70′s and 80′s while growing up. To this day nothing makes me feel at home at Disney like the smell of that lobby. It is nice to know that WDW is going back to the original name, and also doing some much needed updating to certain areas. Wish they could leave our waterfall alone though." "The waterfall in the lobby and the one just outside are the best features of that hotel. It’s a shame that they would throw away something so iconic." Removing the waterfall from the lobby is like removing Cinderella castle from the Magic Kingdom. There are many with the opinion that the tropical waterfalls in the lobby makes the hotel feel ‘Polynesian’ and that it is the centerpiece of the resort. Several people visit the resort during their stay at other WDW resorts just to see it and be reminded of their childhood. We always schedule a breakfast during our trips there specifically for that waterfall as I know others do. If they do move forward with its removal, there well be many sad and disappointed guests. One can only hope that this petition will open the eyes of Disney management so that they will reconsider this change. If you feel the same way please sign and share this petition and lets save Disney's Polynesian Resort waterfall together!
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