Disney's Pop Century Resort
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At some point in time this hotel what clearly a "value" resort. You receive all of the benefits for staying at a Disney resort, without the Disney price. While many of those benefits still exist and have changed with the times, the resort really hasn't. In 2017 double beds are ridiculous. Its tough for two kids to fit on a double bed, let alone two adults. Either Disney hasn't gotten around to updating to queen beds (they can, there's room) or they are purposing keeping double beds in the room to encourage families to book two rooms instead of one. Either way, its time for pop century to add a few new decades to their hotel and while they're at it queen beds as well. In other regards of the room its just OK. There is no coffee maker which really should be standard in most hotel rooms and in my opinion a given with a Disney on-property hotel. There is a mini fridge, but I wouldn't depend on it, the breakfast smoothie I brought spoiled. Our room became filled with mosquitoes at night and were everywhere, my wife and I just hoped they stayed away from us while we slept. The beds while they were doubles, were quite conformable, but if you're pillow picky, I would bring your own. The resort has a restaurant, pools, etc. which my wife and I did not use, but we heard good things. The biggest advantage to a Disney property would definitely be the transportation to the parks and other resorts.The last thing I may add is that the way the hotel is designed makes for long walks from the car for most guest. If you have a lot of stuff you may want to ask for a little help and your arms will be tired by the end. I would recommend this hotel to a family on a budget trying to make a nice Disney vacation, but I would temper your expectations. If you're looking for something to blow you away, this resort is not it.
Loved this resort! Great Price, nice room, and comfortable beds. on the smaller side but you go to Disney for the parks not the room. The food was good but pricey which I expected. Pools were clean and the lifeguards are amazing. The staff was extremely helpful and more than willing to help even with small requests. The only downside was the group from Club 15 tons of teenage girls with no chaperones enforcing quiet hours or respect for other guests, ran around the resort with not cares int he world about how loud they were singing and yelling till well after 11 pm. I called the front desk about it and the response was "we will see what we can do" expected a little more from them, but the girls did quiet down a little bit after that. Other than the noise they resort was great and I would defiantly stay there again!
It is way out there compared to so many other resorts, and the rooms and buildings on this property are very spread out a lot of walking to much for me. I would not go back. I would stay somewhere smaller
Was the first visit to this resort with my son. We came down for the MNSSHP and we loved it here. Checked in and went off to the party using disney transportation the first night and our luggage was in our room when we returned around midnight. Needed extra blankets at that point and housekeeping brought them up (did have to call 2 times but it was late). Breakfast the next morning was easy to navigate and was huge. Got my son a waffle platter and we were able to split it and both have enough. After our 2nd day in the parks I couldnt walk anymore and had to rent a scooter for the rest of the visit (achilles tendon injury) and I only wish that the rooms were a tad bigger in order to accomodate a scooter. But otherwise no complaints about the rooms. Our last day was to be our pool day. The pump at the main pool broke so we had to use the bowling pin pool but saw that they guards at the main pool were doing activities with other guests to occupy them. No complaints overall and we have already booked 2 return trips for this year. May and December.
If you're willing to stay offsite, you can get a lot more bang for your buck. However, if you want to use Disney transportation this is the best, in my opinion, of the lowest-price hotels Disney offers.Over-the-top theming, basic services. Nothing fancy. The food court can be a nightmare depending on what time of day you visit.You will have a much better vacation if you bump up to the moderate level (or stay offsite!)
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- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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- Option 1: Magic your Way base ticket kids promotion
Magic Your Way Base ticket give you access to one of the four Walt Disney World Theme Parks each day of your ticket. Theme Park choices are Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Magic your Way base ticket included for 6 days or more. Apply for kids ages 3 to 9 only travelling with 2 adults.
- Option 2: Disney Dining Plans
Disney Dining Plans offered for free when you buy 6 days or more Magic your Way base ticket. With Disney's Dining Plans, you can relax and enjoy your stay knowing your meals are paid for in advance. Only guests who have booked both a Disney Resort Hotel and a Magic Your Way Ticket can take advantage of these convenient and affordable plans:
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.
Disney Dining Plan (Offered with "Moderate and Deluxe" hotels 3.5* and +) This package offers you an easy and affordable way to experience a wide variety of restaurants. Includes: One Quick-Service meal, one Table-Service meal and one selected Snack per person, per night at over 100 participating locations.
- Option 3: No Magic your Way base ticket promotion
- 2880 Rooms
- Food Court
- Pool Bar
- Pizza delivery: 4pm to midnight (plus other limited menu options)
- 3 Pools, including 1970's theme
- Children's pool
- 2 double beds
- Full bathroom
- TV with Disney Channels
- Internet (fee)
- Mini-fridge (on request) (fee)
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
For the Kids - Child pool, Pop jet water fountain play area, Arcade and Children's playground.
Free Magical Express transfers - If you choose the package with transfers, Disney's Magical Express Service is complimentary and exclusively available when you stay at a Disney Resort Hotel. Motor coaches pick you up at Orlando International Airport and take you to your Disney Resort Hotel, while your bags are picked up and taken to your room. And when your vacation's over, you and your bags are taken back to Orlando International Airport.
Car Rental included - If you choose the Transat package with car rental, it is included for the length of stay and is based on your type of accommodation: Hotel room - 4-Door Midsize, 2 Bedroom Condo/Home or larger - Mini-Van, when 4 or more adults share. The rental includes Unlimited mileage, Air-conditioning, Automatic transmission, AM/FM stereo, State map, 24-hour Roadside Assistance. Applicable local taxes and surcharges are not included. Please inquire for full details.
Extra Magic Hours! Disney Resort Guests can enjoy the Extra Magic Hours Benefit. Each day one of the Theme Parks opens an hour early or stays open up to three hours after regular Park closing, so you can experience some of the most popular attractions. Valid Theme Park admission and Walt Disney World Resort ID are required.
Resort Location Map
Disney's Pop Century ResortOrlando,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
1050 Century Drive Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, FL 32830-8433
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
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