While I didn't have much experience with the Polynesian or any of the other Magic Kingdom Resorts, my wife was very familiar with it from when she was visiting there frequently as a child in the 90s. We weren't sure if our experience was a direct result of Covid-19, but we were very disappointed that for over $1,000 a night, we ended up having to do doordash most nights, the food we did get on-site (Kona restaurant had an identical menu to Ohana, the latter of which was even more expensive) was subpar and felt like you could get similar cuisine at a grocery store. Most disappointingly, housekeeping was altered to only provide service every other day and even with this statement we checked in on a Wednesday but didn't have beds made or the room tidied until we requested it on Saturday night/Sunday morning. I have seen better service at a Motel 6. Similarly as part of a deal with one of the restaurants (Captain Cooks), we ordered dinner one time with commemorative 50th Anniversary cups but instead we're given generic Disney World cups in the package. When we went to complain we were told that the exchange could not be made as we'd already used the cups. Luckily we had a very helpful cast member named Sheila who took care of it, and we appreciate her stepping up and going above and beyond. That being said the location was excellent as we could hop on a ferry or take a quick monorail ride directly to Magic Kingdom which is where we spent most of the time. Overall this was not worth the money and given the chance again we would not stay at any of the Magic Kingdom Resorts. I think we're going to go with Universal next time. Just really disappointing overall, unfortunately.