Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
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Our family had tickets to Mickey's Not So Scary and now that we live in Tampa, didn't want to be driving home that late so got a room at Coronado Springs. First time there. Friendly staff at check-in who gave us her card and asked us to send pictures once we got in our costumes! Seemed truly interested. Was pleasantly surprised by room. Not as "themed" as others but I didn't really want or expect that this time. Very comfortable bed and I think the first time we had a ceiling fan in a Disney hotel room. Used the pool the next day. That whole area carries out the theme nicely. Good sized pool, sand volleyball court, poolside bar and food service. We like Riverside and Port Orleans in this price range but this was also very nice. Would book there again. Did not use the food court as we had dinner and breakfast reservations.
We stayed in June 2016 so that my daughter could meet with her wedding planner to plan her Disney wedding. Staff was amazingly helpful and courteous. There was a nice, relaxing bar with large, comfortable seating....a nice place to have a cool glass of wine or drink. The restaurant offered a good selection on the menu and so did the food court. The rooms were comfortable and clean. The grounds are expansive and provides you with a safe, clean, and important to me, level place to walk and enjoy. We loved sitting out by the lake watching the fireworks from Epcot. Easy walks to the bus stops from all buildings. We had a wonderful, relaxing stay. Although we are staying at a different resort for the wedding, this will be my first choice for my next trip.
I love Disney World and have been a long-time vacationer there, even an annual passholder. I've stayed at both moderate and deluxe level Disney hotels, and Coronado Springs just doesn't live up to Disney vacation standards. It is quite obviously a conference hotel and most of the guests milling about are clearly business people there to attend a conference. That's fine and wasn't an issue for most of the day, but it became a severe problem at night. People were having loud conversations and parties in the open-air hallways well past 11 pm. As a solo traveler who likes to go to bed early, I found it irritating, but for a family with small children who need their rest, it would have ruined their vacation. The rooms are very utilitarian for a Disney resort and I found the lighting harsh and cold. That said, you are not in your room often on a Disney vacation, and it was clean and maintained (although a little dated), so it served its purpose. I was surprised at the size of the in-room safe, which did not fit a small laptop. For a conference hotel where people are bringing their laptops, this needs to be updated.Coronado Springs is located in the Animal Kingdom area of Disney World, and it's a short Disney bus ride to most of the parks and Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney). I believe the longest bus ride was to Magic Kingdom, but it was less than 30 minutes. The bus schedule was pretty regular and I rarely had to wait more than 10 minutes for a bus. You can choose a preferred room (with a slightly higher price tag) that is a shorter walk to the lobby or other services. If you will be traveling to the parks, you may wish to choose a room near bus stop 4, which is usually the first pick-up and drop-off stop, depending on the driver. Of all the buses I took (a lot!), only one driver did not use stop 4 as the starting point.Onsite dining is okay, but not great for food allergies. The restaurants are not run by Disney and don't have the same level of care with cross-contamination. I ate at the quick service restaurant with my wheat allergy and did not get sick, but at the time I didn't have much confidence in the person preparing my meal. She did not get an allergy chef (which is standard at Disney restaurants) nor prepare my meal in a separate area.Among all the Disney hotels available, I would not choose to stay here again unless there were no other options for me. There are so many other great Disney hotels at the moderate level that I would choose first.
This was the most expensive motel I've ever stayed at. The rooms clearly haven't been updated since the 1970's and all open to an exterior walkway. This means that if you have a room overlooking the parking look, it may be very noisy. The customer service at this hotel is the worst I've experienced in years. The bathroom is tiny and poorly maintained. A handle fell off a door when pulled on. The in room safe isn't large enough for a laptop. I had called a week before check-in to ask to be placed in Casita 3 which was near the convention center. (They said they would accommodate the request.) Upon check-in I found that I was in Casita 2, overlooking the parking lot. I asked if it was near a bus stop, because I didn't want to hear the beeping of buses all night. The front desk person shrugged and said he didn't know, but thought I'd be fine. Upon arriving at the room, I discovered that I was near the bus stop and the beeping was loud. After calling the front desk and stopping by, I was told, they couldn't help me, call back tomorrow. I asked if they could call me if another room became available, and they told me "no, we can't do that, call back tomorrow." This is not the great customer service that Disney became known for... I would never stay here again and would not recommend it to any business traveler. (I was here for a conference.)
The resort was "OK" but would have rather stayed at a Hilton. Location was GREAT, and staff were Great, but the Resort is very "Tired." Rooms are dark and out dated, bathrooms-- eek. Very small not pleasant to shower in... more of a "get in-get out." Food was expensive, which we expected, however it was not worth 1/2 of the price. Pool area looked "OK" however it was way too crowded to enjoy, so we didn't do the pool. There was a smaller pool by the room, but its just a plain-jane pool- so with kids, its not that fun. On top of that, the last morning before we left- there was a roach on my suitcase- now I live in FL, so I know they are common when its rainy season, however it really grossed me out..... Would i stay again? probably not...
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- Option 1: Magic your Way base ticket kids promotion
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Disney Quick-Service (Offered with "Value" hotels 3*) Dining Plan for Guests on a budget or planning a packed itinerary, the Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan offers superb value, convenience and the peace of mind of prepaid meals. Includes: Two Quick-Service meals, two selected Snacks and one Refillable Resort Mug per person, per night at participating locations.
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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
- 2 double beds
- Full bathroom
- TV with Disney Channels
- Internet (fee)
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
For the Kids - Playground, children's pool and video arcade.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
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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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