Disney's Coronado Springs Resort® first opened at Walt Disney World® Resort on August 1,1997, near Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park.
The resort has a Southwestern flare in its' theming, with landscaping evoking the great Southwestern U.S. and Mexico. In designing the resort, the Imagineers were inspired by the explorers who had once searched for the fabled "seven cities of gold". There is a Mayan-theme found at the feature pool, and spanish-style haciendas and courtyards abound throughout the resort.
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort® features a total of 1,921 guest rooms, accommodating up to four guests, plus one child under 3 in a crib. All of the rooms have two queen beds, or one king-sized bed.
The resort includes 1 themed feature pool: The Lost City of Cibola Pool, with a jaguar slide, and archaeological-themed Mayan Dig Site play area; plus 3 quiet pools conveniently located throughout the resort. Other recreation includes a children’s water play area; playgrounds; walking/jogging trail; arcade; and assorted recreational activities including Disney movies in the evenings.
The resort features 1 table service restaurant: Maya Grill; and includes 2 quick-service restaurants: Pepper Market and Cafe Rix; as well as lounges & poolside snack bars. Convention Center and conference facilities are available at the resort as well.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort® is a moderate level resort located in the Animal Kingdom® area, and convenient bus transportation will take guests to all other parts of the Walt Disney World® Resort.