Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort


​Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is one of Disney’s ‘moderate’ category resorts that evokes a theme reminiscent of the American Southwest.   The resort has 1921 guest rooms that include several categories of suites (the only one of the Disney moderate resorts to offer them).  Standard rooms are 314 square feet and can accomodate up to 4 guests, while suites can accomodate as many as 6.   Coronado Springs also is home to a 220,000 sq. ft. convention center, which means that this resort can sometimes be overrun with convention goers making public areas more crowded.  

The Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is Walt Disney World’s first family/convention center resort. As you enter the lobby, feast your eyes on La Fuente de Las Palomas or the “Fountain of the Doves” as the spring water trickles over the Spanish-style urn and gathers amidst the colorful tiles. The resort theming is based on a mix of Colonial Mexico and the American Southwest. The 1967 guest rooms and suites are dispersed amongst three villages that surround a 15 acre man-made lake. The resorts feature rustic stucco buildings, Mexican-style bungalows and festive villages with Spanish terracotta roofs. The Coronado Springs Resort is divided into 3 village areas, the Casitas, the Ranchos and the Cabanas. The Casitas village or “Little Houses”, has 1024 guest rooms (981 guest rooms and 43 suites) and includes buildings similar to those commonly found in Sante Fe or Monterey. 

The buildings set amidst the colorful plaza, fountains and courtyards are commonly used for the convention accommodations. The Ranchos have a more rustic, rural flavor to them, complete with an arroyo or small stream that tumbles over a rocky streambed. The 624 guest rooms are housed in two- and three-storey villas. The Cabanas are 2-storey Mexican-style adobe bungalows with 319 guest rooms. The majority of these rooms have a water view. The convention center is 95,000 square feet and can be divided into 45 rooms. The Coronado Ballroom is 60,214 square feet with a 23-foot high ceiling and this can seat 5000 for dinner or 6500 for theater-style meetings. This ballroom can be divided up into 18 separate rooms. The Fiesta Ballroom is 21160 square feet and can divided into 10 rooms. The grounds of the Coronado Springs Resort are landscaped with trees from 10 different states and environmentalists will be happy to note that the mulch in the landscaped beds consists of shredded wood from recycled pallets.

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  • Babysitting/Childcare Services
  • Valet Service Cleaning - laundry bags and price lists are found in the closet of each room. Service is available 7 days a week, call Housekeeping for pick up.
  • Coin Laundry facilities - (See Below)
  • Express Check-out
  • Refillable mugs - These are 12 oz. mugs that you purchase, and then can use for free refills at the Pepper Market and the Siesta Grill
  • Bell Services
  • Refrigerator
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Coffeemaker
  • Panchito’s Gifts and Sundries shop - logo merchandise, film, toiletries, souvenirs and non-prescription drugs
  • La Tienda Convenience Store - snacks, candy, beverages
  • Hair Styling Salon - serving both men and women, Casa de Belleza is a full service salon (cuts, sets, permanents, colors, beard and mustache trim, manicures, pedicures, facials, parafin wax treatments). Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., call 407-939-3965 (or dial 8 + 289 from your room)
  • ATM machine - located in the lobby
  • Vending machines
  • Poolside bar - at the Dig Site, the Siesta Grill offers snacks, burgers and beverages from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Hair wrap services - found in the Dig Site pool area
  • Newspaper delivery (for a charge)
  • Voice Mail - information on how to retrieve messages is found in the Guest Messaging Service section of the Telephone Information brochure found beside the phone in your room.
  • Lost and Found: (407) 939-3070 from 9am-5pm Mon-Fri.

Coronado Springs Resort Reviews

There are currently 37 reviews for Coronado Springs Resort.

Dec 08, 2013 by mulderxcoltrane

I think the room decor at a Super 8 might be better. It feels as if they haven't even tried. There was nothing on the walls other than 2 mirrors. The wall color was a bland cream color. The resort...

Oct 10, 2012 by psw

We spent last week at Coronado. Family of 9; age 13 to 64. 4 rooms. Free dining. We loved it!! Made our reservations thru Disney and did online check in. We arrived at noon and 2 of our rooms weren'...

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Room Information

The typical guest room is 314 square feet and has 2 queen beds (or one king-sized bed). Also in the room you will find a table with 2 chairs, wall mirror, coffeemaker (with complimentary coffee), iron and ironing board, television, dresser, nightstand, hair dryer, ceiling fan and a single sink and mirror in a vanity area outside of the tub and commode. A small, key-operated wall safe for valuables is found in the “closet area”. Guests who need to connect to home or work via the Internet while vacationing will find a computer data port near the nightstand and will not have to disconnect the telephone to use it. There are handicap-accessible rooms available as well, with a king-size bed, and a wheel-chair accessible shower in place of a tub. While the rooms accommodate up to 4 guests, a roll-away bed can be rented for $15/night (for siblings who do not wish to share a bed). Also available are bed boards and bed rails and cribs, call Housekeeping to request. If there are more than 2 adults in the same room, there is an additional charge of $15 per person, per night.

Guests may check in as early as 8 a.m. and if the room is not ready, bags can be stored with Bell Services.