Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
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Brilliant hotel. Very clean and tidy. Staff are more than helpful. Food onsite could be a little better and have more drink refill stations around the resort. Swimming pool was smaller than the pictures made out. Although the smaller pool near our room was quieter for us so used this more. The building work there at the moment didn't effect us at all and never really heard them. All in all was a brilliant hotel for the money and would stay here again.
We spent four nights in the Ranchos section of this sprawling hotel in early August. The room: Our "standard" room had two double beds for two adults and two children, and there was plenty of space to move around. We also had a closet, dresser and mini fridge. It did not feel crowded. The room was clean upon our arrival, and the daily housekeeping was excellent. The bathroom area was conveniently separated by sliding double doors, and the sink is separated from the toilet and shower area by another door.Noise: With one significant exception, our room was very quiet; on our first night there - after a long day of travel and visiting a park - we went to bed around 11. Almost immediately, a loud hammering sound along with persistent scratching seemed to come from almost directly above our beds. I called the front desk, and security came in about 15 minutes. The noise stopped after about 45 minutes, and everyone's best guess seemed to be that an animal had gotten stuck in something on the roof and was causing the disturbance. We never heard the noise after the first night. And hotel management followed up the next day. Seemed like an isolated, freakish incident.Walking: It's a large resort, but if you're there to tackle the Disney parks, then the walking you do at the hotel is a drop in the bucket. From our room, it was about 800 steps to the main building where the restaurants and shops are. And we seemed to be about as far away as you could get. The grounds are pretty/tropical, and it's a pleasant walk. (But there are closer options, including rooms in the main hotel building.)Transportation: For us, there was a bus stop about 200 steps from our building. We found that to be very convenient. Disney buses seem to come about every 20 minutes, and a digital sign at our stop kept us up to date as to the exact minute we should expect our (well-air-conditioned) bus. The food: There's a perfect little bakery in the main building and there are tables nearby. Among the items you can find there: bagels, cakes and a variety of pastries. Everything seemed to be fresh. They also have gelato. Also at the bakery, you can get quick meals such as fresh salads and sandwiches, as well as coffee and other drinks. There's a Mexican restaurant and a lounge in the main building as well, but we did not try either of those. In the Pepper's food court area, there are a few stations where you can get such things as pasta, pizza, chicken strips, etc., along with healthy items such as yogurts and fruits. For breakfast, they have omelettes, waffles, etc. The only thing that turned out to be completely tasteless was a veggie burger. It was pretty gross. Must try: the garlic fries.The pools: Right near our building was a small pool that did not have a lifeguard, and then another couple of hundred feet from there was what appeared to be the main pool, which was spacious and included a waterslide that the kids enjoyed. The lifeguards are attentive and helpful (we had two small medical incidents at the pool - a bee sting and a bloody nose, and in both cases the responses were quick and helpful.) In the evening, they offer smores and movies by the pool. What else you should know: The views for the standard rooms (ours, at least) aren't great. We had a parking lot and a construction area to look at when we opened our door. You might want to spend a bit more to really experience the tropical feel of the hotel. A new 10- to 12-foot hotel tower is planned for the property and construction will likely pick up significantly over the next several months. During our stay, we hardly heard any construction-related noise, but that likely will change.Overall impression: Our room was plenty big. Everything was clean. We felt safe. The campus-like setting was pretty and peaceful. The transportation to the parks was convenient. The staff was friendly and helpful. But you might want to keep an eye out for future construction updates. And you might want to consider a room other than standard (although that's certainly adequate if that's what meets your budget).
This is a motel 2 not as good as a motel 6The dirtiest rooms. In fact I stepped on a very rusty hat pin that made me decide to leave The food or lack of fine dining is bad The long walk to get to your very old shabby run down room is crazy Never made it to the pool it was twenty minutes away I give this a one star Can't believe this is a Disney resort
We had an amazing time even with the construction. The pool is gorgeous, the hot tub was large, the slide was pretty long, food was great, guest services were helpful! There is a cute park for the kids.
This was my families first staycation (kids are 4 & 2) at Disney for 2 nights and we thought this property was great. Its on Disney property, they offer shuttle service to all the parks and Disney Springs (we didn't utilize this free service). We booked the standard room with 2 queen beds and thought it was great for our needs (basically sleep). I enjoyed the property layout with a separate building to check in (Do not take your luggage in as there are no rooms in this building - you drive to the building the rooms are located in). We were in the Rancho's section and around the corner from our room was pool. The main pool was about a 10 minute walk from our room (because walking with a 2 year old is never easy), has towels, complimentary life vests if needed, lifeguards, a water slide (very entertaining for the kids - not manned at the top, just a light that turns green when its your turn to go, no height requirement, only single riders). There is a mini fridge in the room (which is always a plus in my book with 2 small kids). There is construction going on but from what I saw, its near the front of the resort not by the rooms at this time and I never heard any construction while we were in our rooms.
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- 1921 rooms situated within three themed accommodations: The Casitas, The Ranchos and The Cabanas
- Food Court
- Maya Grill
- Pool Bar
- Room Service from 7am to 11pm
- 4 Pools, including 5 story Mayan pyramid, 123 ft water slide
- Children's pool and playground
- Whirlpool spa
- Jogging trail
- Marina/boat rental
- Beach area
- Bike rentals
- Health club
- Massage services (fee)
- Disney shops
Hotel Room includes:
- 2 double beds
- Full bathroom
- TV with Disney Channels
- Internet (fee)
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
Kids Deal - Kids and teens 2 to 17 stay free.
For the Kids - Playground, children's pool and video arcade.
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Disney's Coronado Springs ResortOrlando,United States
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1000 West Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, FL 32830-8403
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