Coronado Springs brings a little deluxe resort feel to a moderate resort. This resort as a Spanish and Mexican influences. This large resort is broken down into three separate areas with their own theme and flair: the brightly colored Casitas, rustic Ranchos, and seaside/beachy Cabanas. All are seated around a 22-acre lake in the center of the resort. The main pool area features a giant Mayan pyramid with waterslide. This resort offers some club like rooms as it is has a large conference center. While this may be a turn off for traveling families, the bus system and pools are not often very busy as many guests are conference attendees.
1915 available rooms
Rooms measure 314 square feet and were recently renovated. Rooms contain either 2 queen beds or 1 king bed. Queen bed rooms can accommodate up to 4 guests while king bed rooms can house up to 2 guests.
- Standard View
- Water View
- Preferred Room
- Standard View – King
- Preferred Room – King
- Water View – King
- Standard View – Business Class
- King Bed – Business Class
- Junior Suite – King
- Junior Suite (sleeps up to 6)
- 1 Bedroom Suite – King
- Casitas – 1 Bedroom Suite (sleeps up to 6)
- Casitas – Executive Suite (sleeps up to 6)
Animal Kingdom Area
The main pool, known as the The Dig Site one of the favorites, especially for the moderate resorts with an exciting pool. It also boasts the largest hot tub on Disney property which can fit 22 people! Each little “community” as its own quiet pool.
- Maya Grill (dinner only)
$165 – $1400 (prices subject to change, based on availability, and seasonality).
- Nicely decorated guest rooms
- Water view rooms are relaxing and romantic
- Several dining options on site
- Good main pool area
- Business center/business class rooms
- Good self park
- Ranchos section is quiet and secluded
- Large resort
- Business travelers
- Not all buildings have elevators
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