Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

The Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is Walt Disney World's first family/convention center resort. As you enter the lobby, feast your eyes on La Fuente de Las Palomas or the "Fountain of the Doves" as the spring water trickles over the Spanish-style urn and gathers amidst the colorful tiles.

The resort theming is based on a mix of Colonial Mexico and the American Southwest. The 1951 guest rooms and suites are dispersed amongst three villages that surround a 22 acre man-made lake. The resorts feature rustic stucco buildings, Mexican-style bungalows and festive villages with Spanish terracotta roofs.

The Resort is undergoing an expansion that will include a new 15 storey tower adding a further 500 rooms and suites. Guests will also be able to enjoy a new rooftop dining experience, featuring superb panoramic views for Disney theme park fireworks.

The Coronado Springs Resort is divided into 3 village areas, the Casitas, the Ranchos and the Cabanas. The Casitas village or "Little Houses", has 1024 guest rooms (981 guest rooms and 43 suites) and include buildings similar to those commonly found in Sante Fe or Monterey. The buildings set amidst the colorful plaza, fountains and courtyards are commonly used for the convention accommodations. The Ranchos have a more rustic, rural flavor to them, complete with an arroyo or small stream that tumbles over a rocky streambed. The 624 guest rooms are housed in two- and three-storey villas. The Cabanas are 2-storey Mexican-style adobe bungalows with 319 guest rooms. The majority of these rooms have a water view.

Standard Room - sleeps up to 4. It has 2 queen-size beds.

King Room - sleeps to to 2. It has 1 king-size bed.

Junior Suite - sleeps up to 6. It has 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa.

Junior Suite King - sleeps up to 4. It has 1 king-size bed and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa.

Casitas Executive Suite - sleeps up to 6. It has 1 king-size bed and 2 queen-size beds.

Facilities include :- Air conditioning, TV, hair dryer, iron & board, in-room safe, telephone, radio clock alarm, coffee maker, fridge & free Wi-Fi.

The Convention Center has 220,000 square feet of meeting space and can be divided into 45 rooms. The Coronado Ballroom is 60,214 square feet with a 23-foot high ceiling and this can seat 5,000 for dinner or 6,500 for theater-style meetings. This ballroom can be divided up into 18 separate rooms. The Fiesta Ballroom is 21,160 square feet and can divided into 10 rooms.

Choose from the Maya Grill Restaurant or the Pepper Market food court. The Maya Grill is located in the main building of Coronado Springs Resort just past the Pepper Market. The restaurant is open daily from 5pm to 10pm.The cuisine here is a combination of Mexican and American, offering a menu influenced on the culture and style of Latin America.

The Pepper Market serves Breakfast from 7am to 11am, lunch from 11.30am to 2pm and dinner from 4.30pm to 11pm. There are 7 food stations, named as the Chef, Market, Grill, Specials, Italian, Hot Sandwich and not forgetting the Kid's Station. They offer an assortment of traditional Mexican and American inspired fare. Choices include the ever popular Burritos, but also offers grilled items, pizza and pasta, hot or cold sandwiches and salads.

Cafe Rix also serves snacks and sandwiches.

There is a feature swimming pool with 123ft long water-slide. In addition there are 3 further quiet pools.
Beside the pool complex is the Games Arcade which is sure to keep the kids entertained with a game of air-hockey, pinball or video games. A scenic jogging trail loops around the lake allowing guests the chance to take a leisurely walk or a brisk jog. Can you also be tempted to a game of volleyball on the sandy beach?

Visit La Vida Health Club for a work-out or de-stress with the use of the Spa facilities. Simply enjoy a sauna or pamper yourself with a luxurious facial or body massage. You can also pop next door to the Casa De Belleza Salon, who provide a full hairdressing service as well as manicures and pedicures.

The grounds of the Coronado Springs Resort are landscaped with trees from 10 different states and environmentalists will be happy to note that the mulch in the landscaped beds consists of shredded wood from recycled pallets.

  • Concierge
  • Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Babysitting/Childcare Services
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service
  • Online Check-in
  • Bus transportation
  • Refillable mugs - these 12 oz. mugs are available for around $10 plus tax and free refills can be had at the Pepper Market and the Siesta Grill
  • Panchito's Gifts and Sundries shop
  • ATM machine - located in the lobby
  • Banking
  • Lockers
  • Coin operated Laundry Facilities End of Casita 4 to the right of LaVida Fitness Centre
Take a Virtual Tour of Disney's Coronado Springs Resort Click Here...

All rooms have now been updated.
Big changes and now new high rise building completed, opened 9th July.
Also a couple of TS restaurants amd bars opened too.
Check In area now moved into the new building
new bus stops outside of main building.
Page created by Stu on 30-07-2010 19:02.
+ Last editted by finnsmum on 20-07-2019 22:19. View History

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