Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort A gem of a Disney Moderate Resort that combines the beauty, fantasy and unique cultural elements of colonial Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a tranquil lakeside vacation destination unlike any other.
This resort is undergoing refurbishment
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is a moderately priced resort on Walt Disney World Property and considered to be the flagship Moderate resort offering a few additional amenities than Port Orleans and Caribbean Beach. Coronado is a massive, sprawling resort, built around Lake Lago Dorado.
Most of the 1,912 guest rooms are standard size at 314 sq. ft. Rooms sleep to 4 guests plus one child up to age 3 in a crib.
Rooms at Coronado Springs have upgraded soft goods, central air conditioning (other moderates have through-the-wall units), and a writing desk with an ergonomic, adjustable chair.
Most rooms have 2 queen size beds or 1 king bed.
In addition to standard rooms, Junior Suites, 1-Bedroom Suites and Business Class rooms are offered. Business Class is a standard room but includes VIP access to a lounge.
Location and Transportation
Complimentary bus transportation is provided to all Walt Disney World Theme Parks.
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is near Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park.
Updated June 2017, Darren Wittko
There are four heated swimming pools around the resort. The feature pool is the Lost City of Cibola Pool with a Jaguar Pool Slide and archaeological themed Mayan Dig Site playground. There is also a children’s pool, health club, arcade and recreation activities including Disney movies under the stars and a New Balance running trail.
Unique and Themed Dining
Maya Grill – Dinner featuring wood-grilled steaks and seafood with a Latin flair.
Pepper Market Food Court is the main food court at Coronado.
Café Rix by Rix Lounge are open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
Other Dining Options
Lounges, poolside snack bars and pizza delivery service.