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Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

1000 West Buena Vista Drive, Orlando, FL 32830-8403
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#176 of 385 hotels in Orlando
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Relive the romance of Spanish-colonial Mexico as you follow in the footsteps of explorer Juan Francisco de Coronado at this Resort hotel. Find your own mythical city of gold in a Southwestern-themed haven of brightly colored Casitas, rustic Ranchos and beachfront Cabanas encircling a glimmering 22-acre lake. Each accommodation provides a unique escape and a welcoming home away from home.
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Kat B wrote a review Jun 11
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Plan waaaayy ahead if you are expecting to use the bus to reach a destination or return to resort on time (+50 mins return wait one evening). Otherwise rooms were very clean, resort well kept and updated, and we had a relaxing time at Coronado Springs.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Disney Social Reviews, Owner at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Responded 2 days ago
I'm excited that you had a relaxing trip and that this Resort was the perfect location for your magical vacation, so thanks for sharing this review. I do want to apologize that our complimentary bus transportation had delays throughout your stay. I completely understand that when you want to get to a new Disney destination you want to get there as quickly as possible. Please rest assured that I will be sharing your feedback with the appropriate Leadership team. We hope to welcome you back for another great visit real soon! Betty Disney Social Reviews
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Matthew G wrote a review Jun 8
New Jersey2244 contributions698 helpful votes
My wife and I recently spent two nights at Coronado Springs in Gran Destino Tower, and we were pleasantly surprised with the quality of our room and our stay overall. The new lobby and facilities in the tower are very nice, and the rooms are well appointed. I also found the resort as a whole to be well maintained and staffed by friendly cast members. All of this contributed to a positive stay over Memorial Day Weekend. Planning the Trip: We visit Walt Disney World pretty often, and we typically stay at the Deluxe Disney resorts. However, we booked this trip on short notice over a holiday weekend, at a time when virtually every resort on Disney property was fully booked. Coronado Springs was pretty much our only option if we wanted to stay on-property. We had heard that staying in Gran Destino Tower is more like a “light” version of staying at a Deluxe resort, since the rooms are all new and located in a single high-rise building with interior corridors. After staying there, I absolutely agree with this. It feels very much like a Deluxe resort when you stay in Gran Destino Tower, just at a lower price point. In fact, our room at Coronado Springs was objectively nicer than the last room we stayed in at the Grand Floridian, where the room was clearly in need of renovation, but cost so much more. Arrival Experience: We completed online check-in prior to our stay, which I highly recommend doing to bypass the front desk and save time. I received a text from Disney shortly after we arrived at Orlando Airport around 10:45 am, letting us know that our room was not yet ready. This was not a surprise early in the day during a busy holiday weekend. Another text came shortly after we arrived at the resort to drop off our things, letting us know that the room was still not ready. I got a final text at 12:30 pm when we were in Epcot, letting us know that the room was ready and providing the room number. Once you receive the text with your room number, you can go straight to the assigned room without stopping at the front desk if you have a MagicBand or the My Disney Experience app, which is great. We had ordered MagicBands that we brought with us to use as room keys, but the My Disney Experience app also has a mobile room key feature that you can use directly from your cell phone to unlock your room door. If you don’t use either of these options, you would have to stop at the front desk to get a physical room key. When we first arrived at the hotel in an Uber from the airport (we no longer bother with the complimentary Magical Express transportation, due to the long wait times we’ve experienced on past trips), friendly cast members at the entrance greeted us immediately and directed us to the luggage storage room to drop off our luggage until our room was ready. The luggage storage area has a separate entrance that is accessed outside the lobby, off to one side. There was a line of other guests waiting to drop off their bags at the same time, but the line moved quickly and we were on our way. Picking the bags back up later that evening was no problem and just took a minute. We took a quick look at the lobby after we arrived, and I was immediately impressed by how nice Gran Destino Tower is. The lobby (which is the lobby for the entire resort, not just the tower) was usually busy and bustling with guests throughout our stay, but had two levels with lots of nice seating areas and artwork for added visual interest. The space is grand, with large columns and views of the resort’s lake. If you’re looking for a Disney resort with a clear theme, I wouldn’t say that the lobby makes it overly clear that this is a resort celebrating Mexico/Spain/the American Southwest, but I really liked it. It may feel like a more generic hotel than what Disney used to build when creating new resorts, but I liked how new and upscale it felt, clearly a major step up from any of the other Moderate resorts. I think Disney is gradually adjusting their resorts to have a more streamlined and modern look, with only subtle hints of a theme, and we’re very much ok with that. We want a hotel to be nice, not overly kitschy. Hotel Room: Our room was a Standard View King in Gran Destino Tower, and we were given a room on the 9th floor (0945) directly above the front entrance/portico of the hotel. Although it mostly looked at the parking lots and hotel entrance below, the view beyond that was interesting, with a view of Tower of Terror and Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios, and even a view of the Epcot ball if we craned our necks while looking to the left. Especially if you can get a higher floor, I think the standard view in Gran Destino Tower is pretty decent. An upgrade to lake view will get you a room on the other side of the hallway overlooking more of Coronado Springs itself, including the lake and other sections of the resort. I think that would be a better view, but either one would generally be fine with me in the future. There are normally some rooms in Gran Destino Tower that are on the club level with access to food and beverage in a club lounge. These haven’t been available during the pandemic, but I’d definitely be interested in trying those once the club lounge is re-opened later this year. Right from the start, we enjoyed the modern features of the tower, such as the elevators, which are assigned to you after pressing a button to indicate which floor you’re going to. We thought the elevators were efficient and easy to use, and we always had the elevator to ourselves with no stops in between. One evening, a cast member was trying to assist with getting everyone into elevators when there was a line for elevators after park closing. The cast member meant well, but was creating more issues by hitting the elevator buttons for people and trying to pair groups together, all of which just ended up delaying the process. That was the only time we had any delay at all with using the elevators. When we entered our room, we were immediately impressed. Beyond being impeccably clean, I thought the décor was very nicely done with a slight Southwest/Mexico feel (very slight), while still keeping things very modern and streamlined. The laminate floors that looked like hardwood were nice, and the room as a whole felt pretty large for two of us. I appreciated the large couch and swiveling armchair that were offered in addition to the king bed. The room had a good amount of storage, with three large drawers in each night stand, drawers in the large desk/dresser, and some storage space in the armoire/closet. The bed was on a raised platform, allowing for luggage or other items to be stored under it. All of the other basics that we’d expect were also present, such as well-functioning wifi and lots of USB and regular outlets by the beds and desk. We both commented that everything about the room felt thoughtfully designed. The bathroom was also nice with slightly upscale touches, and definitely contributed to the room feeling better than the typical moderate resort at Disney World. The main section of the bathroom had a nice vanity with double sinks and good shelving and cabinet space for toiletries, and a relatively large (but sort of narrow) walk-in shower that was adjacent to the sinks. The shower featured separate shower heads with rainfall and handheld options. The toilet was in a separate water closet, and both the bathroom as a whole and the water closet had heavy sliding doors. One thing that could have been improved in the room was the linens. This is not unique to Coronado Springs, but we hate that the Disney resorts don’t have adequate bedding. The beds really only have a thick sheet on them, which I find insufficient. A real duvet should be provided. The pillows were also really small and lumpy and need to be upgraded. We found the mattress itself to be comfortable, so that was a positive. The bathroom was stocked with plenty of towels to get us through our two nights without having to re-use any, but the towels are a bit small and thin. I also found the door to the hallway to be much too thin. When lying in bed, we could easily hear the conversations of every person who walked by, which made it a little difficult to fall asleep. I also heard a good bit of noise from rooms above and around us, such as toilets flushing and things dropped on the floors. I don’t know if much can be done about most of it, but thicker doors to the hallways would be a start. I also found it ridiculous that no room cleaning was offered at all during our stay. They’re currently offering a “modified” housekeeping service every other day, which basically just consists of emptying the trash and replacing towels. However, since we were only staying for two nights total, we received no service at all. We weren’t there for long, and the room wasn’t exactly dirty, but when paying over $300 per night, I would expect normal housekeeping. We’ve stayed at other hotels in various destinations since the start of the pandemic, and not a single other one had a modified housekeeping service to this extent. What may have started as a pandemic-related modification has morphed into an excuse for Disney to provide less service with no reduction in prices, and should not continue. Hotel Amenities & Layout: Since we were only at the hotel for two nights and spent most of our time in the parks, we really didn’t get a chance to enjoy hotel amenities. However, the amenities generally consist of standard things you’d expect at a Disney resort, such as several pools, playgrounds, and a gym. The main Dig Site Pool is located on an island in the center of the resort, with large Mayan-style ruins as the centerpiece of the pool, along with a water slide, large hot tub, and nearby playground. When I took a walk around the resort one afternoon, the Dig Site Pool was packed, with tons of families there enjoying the pool, and almost all of the seating taken. I had read that the pool has been reaching capacity and required a waitlist to get in recently, but it wasn’t necessary that day. For a quieter experience, each of the three other sections at the resort has its own smaller pool that offers a simpler and also quieter swimming experience. I would recommend being very careful about which room you book at Coronado Springs, as the look, feel, and location of rooms can vary greatly at this large resort. Gran Destino Tower is simply the newest and most convenient part of the resort, with the rooms just steps away from the main lobby and bus stop, as well as all of the main dining. However, Gran Destino Tower rooms are more expensive than the rest, and are clearly marked as a separate category when booking. The standard rooms, which were original to the resort before Gran Destino Tower was built a couple years ago, feature motel-style accommodations in buildings with exterior corridors. These are further split into three sections, Casitas, Ranchos, and Cabanas. If you book a standard room, you can be in any of these three sections and your room may be a bit of a hike from the lobby. You can also book an upgrade to a water view room, which can still be in any of the three sections in a standard building, but will have a view of either the lake or a pool. Preferred rooms are another separate room category you can book, and all are located in the three closest buildings to the lobby in the Casitas section, which is the first section of the resort that you hit when leaving the tower and walking clockwise. Casitas features buildings that are supposed to look like a Mexican city, and look a bit grander than the others. The standard, non-Preferred rooms in Casitas are in two buildings a bit further away from the lobby. The next section of standard rooms is Ranchos, which are the furthest from the lobby. This section has more of a desert look, and is nice and very quiet, just a little far out. The third section coming back around toward the tower again is Cabanas, which has more of a beachy Mexican look. Some of the rooms in this section are just as close to the lobby as Preferred rooms in the Casitas section, but are sold for less money as standard rooms. Other than booking a Preferred room, which is guaranteed to be in Casitas Buildings 1-3, standard rooms and water view rooms at this resort can be in any section, and it may be worth it to consult the hotel map in advance and make specific room requests if location matters to you. From walking around the resort, I was very impressed with the landscaping and general feel of it. It’s a very well-executed resort with interesting theming between the sections. Outside of the tower, I liked the overall look and peaceful feel of Ranchos the best, but the location of Casitas seemed the best. I also think Gran Destino Tower, which sort of looms above the rest of the buildings, is out of scale and sort of plain looking on the exterior compared to everything else. However, it’s so nice on the inside that I give it a pass on being a bit off design-wise on the exterior. Dining: There are a good number of dining options at Coronado Springs, many of which were open while we visited. First, in Gran Destino Tower, there is the Barcelona Lounge on the lower level of the lobby. This is a really nice bar area, which is currently only open in the morning for to-go coffee and pastries. We really enjoyed the coffee drinks here, particularly the cold brew with sweet cream. It was nice to have an easy option for upgraded coffee drinks that was just a quick elevator ride from our room. It would be nice if they would re-open this bar for drinks in the evening, but it’s currently only a morning option. At the top of Gran Destino Tower, there are the Toldeo Restaurant and Dahlia Lounge. Toledo serves Spanish-style tapas, but is currently closed. Dahlia Lounge is open, but we never got a chance to check it out. I’ve heard that the views from both venues and the outdoor roof deck are lovely. A lot of the other dining options are located closer to the large convention center, which is down a long interior hallway from the tower, which takes you to what was the original lobby of the resort before the tower was built. The design is a little disjointed and kind of goes back and forth between the modern décor of the tower and a more dated Mexican feel in the older section, but it’s all connected inside and is generally nice. El Mercado de Coronado is near the convention center and is the food court for the resort. We did get a quick breakfast there one morning, and the breakfast sandwiches with hash browns were acceptable for the price (although the bread was basically a hamburger bun and could have been better). However, I found it frustrating that every item being served was pre-packaged in a grab-and-go style. The food courts at the Disney resorts used to offer larger menus with food plated to-order by cast members. I think at this point in the pandemic, going back to more of that style would be totally reasonable. I would have liked greater selection and food that was fresher and hotter. Right across from the food court is Rix Sports Bar, which is essentially just a basic sports bar. It’s right by the convention center, so I assume it was put there to appeal to convention-goers. However, it’s a bit out-of-place with the hotel’s general feel and theme. Down the hall from there is also Café Rix, which is currently only open in the morning and offers pre-packaged sandwiches and pastries to-go, along with a selection of coffee drinks. I believe what is offered there is similar to what is offered at Barcelona Lounge, but not quite the same. Maya Grill is a table service Mexican restaurant near the food court that is currently closed, so that is not a dining option at the moment. The final table service dining option at the resort is the Three Bridges Bar and Grill that is located in the center of the lake. It looks like a very nice open-air restaurant with good views and a great ambiance right on the water, but we didn’t have a chance to check it out. Transportation: Bus transportation is the only option from Coronado Springs to the various amusement parks and Disney Springs. Since the resort is large, there are four internal stops within the resort, with one at Gran Destino Tower and one at each of the other three sections. We only took the bus to Magic Kingdom, which we did twice, and we found that the buses came pretty quickly each time. We never waited more than 10 minutes for a bus, and when we were at the bus stop very early one morning before park opening, Magic Kingdom buses were literally coming one after another, which we appreciated. I’m not sure what the order of the bus stops is within the resort, but for us, the tower was always the last stop before the bus left and went directly to the park. We never took the bus back to the resort, so we couldn’t compare the bus route or wait times in that direction. The only frustrating thing with the buses is related to the My Disney Experience app. The app has a feature which lists the arrival times of the next bus to each destination (the same information is available on TV monitors at the bus stops too). We assumed we could rely on this information, but found that it had no relation to the reality of when the buses came. For example, one afternoon, we got to the bus stop early for the pick-up time specified in the app, but found that the bus was pulling away as we got there, and the app listed that the next one wasn’t coming for 25 more minutes. While going back and forth on whether we should wait or just get an Uber, another bus for us pulled up about 10 minutes later and we got on, but it was still nowhere close to the time specified in the app. It just led to confusion and frustration on our end. If the information can’t be accurate, or even close to accurate, the bus arrival times shouldn’t be predicted at all. Overall: Overall, we had a really nice stay at Coronado Springs. Staying in Gran Destino Tower was a great fit for my wife and I, since we prefer Disney’s Deluxe resorts, and staying in the main tower felt like that. The motel-style layout of the rest of the resort isn’t really our thing, even though I thought the landscaping and theming were quite nice. It was a great place for a leisurely walk. The fresh, new rooms in the tower, combined with its convenient location within the resort, were a great benefit to us, and all of the limited time we spent at the hotel was very pleasant. The staff members we interacted with were all quite nice, always saying hello when we passed by and greeting us immediately every time we returned to the resort. I would definitely return to Coronado Springs if we were in a similar situation again, where no rooms were available at the Deluxe resorts or we simply didn’t want to pay that much. Staying in Gran Destino Tower at Coronado Springs is the next best thing.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Response from Disney Social Reviews, Owner at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Responded 5 days ago
Thank you for dropping by to share your holiday vacation with us, Matthew! I am so happy to read you had a relaxing and comfortable stay at Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. From utilizing the online check-in, your arrival experience, to our wonderful Cast Members, I’m thrilled to see your visit was certainly memorable. I have to agree right from the moment you walk through the lobby the Resort does have a nice fresh, clean, modern feel to it. Although your visit was truly magical, I do want to thank you for sharing your feedback about the linens and our Bus Transportation. It is through feedback like yours we are able to improve our Guests experiences for years to come. Please know you are always welcome to give our Housekeeping Cast Members a call should you ever find you are in the need for more pillows or blankets during your visit. I appreciate you stopping by with your review and feedback. The pictures you shared sure do capture the beauty of this Resort. I hope we’ll be welcoming you back again real soon! Until then! Zoey Disney Social Reviews
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Andrea M wrote a review Jun 7
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I just got back from my trip to Disneyworld. I did a 4 day stay and hit Magic Kingdom, Hollywood and Epcot. I booked Coronado Springs as I heard its a nice hotel, with less price of a luxury one. Overall, I had a wonderful experience and had a great stay. Here are some pros: - Good location to the parks - Bus transport is included to all parks and Disney Springs so no need to pay Uber fees. Buses do get packed, but the bus came around every 20-30 minutes for each park. There are 4 bus stops around the property. I was right next to bus stop 4, which was great, but also meant that when the bus reached me, it would be packed and have no room. The buses are on limited capacity and can only take the number of seats it has - so no room for standing. I would plan to arrive to the station sooner if you want to hit the parks sooner, and plan an hour wait on the way back. I found that lots of people stayed the same time as me, so it was a long line on the way home from the parks. - Resort is quiet and very large - I stayed at the 7B ranchos and it was quiet and close to the bus stop, but far from everything else in the resort. If you stay in the rooms way back, plan for a 15 minute walk to the main building & dining. If you are not a fan of walking, I recommend staying at the Grand Testino tower. - Lots of dining options on property if you do not want to eat at the parks. I mainly ate at Mercado which has quick self service foods ( items were fairly basic.. burgers, pizza, etc.), but it does the job! - Friendly staff - Everyone I encountered was nice and helpful - One big pool and smaller other pools close to the buildings - My pool was right next to my room, it was quiet and smaller which I liked! If you do not want crowds, these pools are great for that! - Room was clean and in great shape. Everything worked and they provide the Disney resort toiletries which smelled amazing! - Magical Express transport from airport to hotel - When you arrive, expect a long wait to get on your bus. I waited 40 minutes at the airport, but I was ok with it as an Uber would of cost me $50 each way. It was nice not to worry about transport. Cons: - Resort is large (mentioned it above) Plan for walking! - No housekeeping services during your stay outside brining you new towels and emptying the trash. I personally love coming back to a clean and made room. This is one thing I did not like, but I understand they are understaffed and on limited capacity. If you like having your room done daily, then this resort would not be for you. - Buses are packed - Get in lines early to the parks and on the way back! - Expensive - I found the price of food at the cafes and restaurants was expensive. Like $10.00 for 2 small slices of pizza, $5.00 for a fountain drink, etc. If you have a family, plan between $50+ per meal if you eat at the resort. I saw many people picking up food locally and eating back at the hotel. It is a good option if you want to save. - Rooms felt small - Not much space for storage, especially if you come as a family Overall, I enjoyed my stay and would return. I think this is a nice hotel that is great for adults and families alike without paying an arm and a leg. It is moderately priced.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Response from Disney Social Reviews, Owner at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Responded 5 days ago
Thanks for coming to stay with us. Many of the reasons you listed throughout your review are what make this Resort my absolute favorite Disney Moderate Resort. I am thrilled between our dining options, your accommodations, and of course our Theme Parks your visit was simply magical. I do want to thank you for sharing some of your concerns as well, it is through feedback from our Guest that we are able to know not only what we are doing well but also what we can improve upon. I will be sure to share this with the appropriate Leadership teams. I appreciate you taking a moment to stop by to share your review, we certainly can’t wait to welcome you back again real soon! Zoey Disney Social Reviews
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Norah J wrote a review Jun 6
Wisconsin19 contributions25 helpful votes
Stayed 4 nights in Casita 1 with adult son with autism. Did virtual check in and experience was great! Property is beautiful with manicured grounds, quaint fountains, clean quiet pool, elevators, quick delivery of extra towels and linen change when requested. We enjoyed eating at Coronado Springs -Rix Grill and Disney Springs Rainforest Cafe and Planet Hollywood. We had a rental car and drove to the parks, which meant no waiting anywhere for transport. Had a fabulous vacation - very autism friendly!! Thanks Coronado Springs!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Disney Social Reviews, Owner at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
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Thank you so much for taking the time to let us know about your family’s recent stay at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Norah! It’s fantastic to know your family had a wonderful time not only exploring the Resort, but your dining experiences at Disney Springs were just as magical. I'm delighted you were able to take advantage of many aspects of the My Disney Experience app and were able to go directly to your room, that certainly makes for a seamless arrival experience. I’m also happy our Cast Members took such great care of you while you were here. I sure hope to reach about many more future family visits, Thanks for sharing this review and we can’t wait to see you again soon! Zoey Disney Social Reviews
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ZsaZsa wrote a review Jun 2
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin15711 contributions384 helpful votes
It was our anniversary and we decided to "splurge" a little bit and stay in the Tower this trip. It was our third stay at the Coronado. We've enjoyed it before, we like the location to the parks, but the Tower really was great. It felt more like a Deluxe resort at Disney than a moderate. However, hubby and I did agree that the other rooms do have a little more character (the buildings mostly). We arrived after midnight and it was so nice to just be able to go straight to our room. We had our magic bands from a previous trip, and did not try the phone app to open the door. The room ( a King water view on the 7th floor) was perfect. It was so clean, new and modern. We had a wonderful view of the fountain and lake as well. Our only interaction with the front desk was to pay off our balance with our Disney gift cards, and it was handled quickly and friendly. Towels were replaced every other day, which I didn't expect. Our last stays were thru DVC and it's less often than that. We had plenty of towels for our whole four night stay even without replenishing them. If I had one not so great thing to say about the room was that the toilet wasn't a great flusher. We had to do it twice each time, and I totally forgot to mention it to them. I loved being in the Tower, the bus stop worked out great for us and the overall location is good. We were able to stop in to Dahlia Lounge one night before heading out for dinner. It was about 7pm and we were the only two there! A few other couples came in before we left. Sitting outside was pleasant, great view and service was very professional. If anything, we never did walk around or see any other part of the resort this time, no reason to leave the Tower area. We would have liked to check out Three Bridges again, but we had so much food this trip it was impossible. I should also say we loved the operation of the elevator. You pick your floor outside before getting in to the elevator, not once inside. We were always sent an empty elevator and went right to the floor we chose, no additional stops. Wish more places used this process. We have fun trying the different resorts, but this resort and the Tower now will remain on the top section of our list for future trips. We tend to book based on pricing, so we hope it will happen again!
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Response from Disney Social Reviews, Owner at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Responded 1 week ago
I’m so happy that you came out to celebrate your anniversary with us! Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a unique blend of Spanish, Mexican, and Southwest American culture that offers Disney touches and modern comforts to energize and inspire. It's great to read that you enjoyed your room and the views that it had to offer and the great housekeeper that kept your room fully stocked with clean towels. You are correct that when you visit Walt Disney World there is an abundance of food everywhere you look, making it hard to try everything. I'm sure on your next visit you will have the opportunity to try all the culinary delights that Coronado Springs Resort has to offer. It truly sounds like you have a new favorite Resort and I hope we will be welcoming back again soon. Betty Disney Social Reviews
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Frequently Asked Questions about Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Nearby attractions include Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course (0.6 miles), Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park (0.7 miles), and Cross Country Creek (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Maya Grill, Rix Sports Bar & Grill, and Three Bridges Bar & Grill.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Disney's Coronado Springs Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Disney's Coronado Springs Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Disney's Coronado Springs Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.