Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a Southwest-themed Disney Moderate Resort hotel encircling Lago Dorado—a glimmering 22-acre lake—that evokes the spirit and romance of Spanish-colonial Mexico. Today we take you on a brief video tour and review of the resort, which is located in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is one of our favorite Disney moderate-level resorts and it includes a hidden Disney dining gem, Maya Grill.
About the Resort
Follow in the footsteps of explorer Don Francisco de Coronado as he searched for the legendary Seven Cities of Gold while you discover the beauty and fantasy of a unique Resort.
From the welcoming spring-fed Fountain of the Doves to the hidden treasures of the Mayan-ruin themed Dig Site pool, escape to a tranquil lakeside vacation destination where relaxation is your reward. A serene atmosphere infuses the Guest rooms, conference facilities, shops, restaurants and cantinas, inspired by faraway places where time goes by just a little bit slower than usual.
The brightly colored Spanish-style Guest rooms are separated into 3 distinctly themed areas. The Casitas offer an urban terra-cotta paradise. The rustic Ranchos resemble charming Southwestern pueblos. Cabanas provide a quaint beachfront retreat complete with cozy hammocks. Request your favorite.
As you explore the Resort you’ll discover a variety of dining options, including quick snacks, and Panchitos (the shop) where you can pick up essentials. Indulge yourself at the full-service salon or play a game of sand volleyball.
Want to unwind after a busy day of treasure hunting? The 22-person hot tub is one of the largest at any Walt Disney World Resort hotel. Between dips you can stroll down the nature trail or grab a poolside drink at Siestas Cantina.
You might not find gold at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, but the treasure you will find is sure to make you feel like you have all the money in the world.
The Mayan pyramid-themed Dig Site features a sprawling pool with a jaguar-inspired 123-foot long water slide. Kids can have fun looking for hidden treasure at the Explorer’s Playground or testing their skill at the game-laden Iguana Arcade.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort offers 220,000 square feet of flexible function space—including the 86,000 square-foot Veracruz Exhibit Hall and the 60,214 square-foot Coronado Ballroom—with high-speed and wireless Internet connectivity, a dedicated business center, 45 breakout rooms and more.
If you are planning a meeting or gathering, please call us toll-free at (877) 918-8941 to help make arrangements for your group to have their event at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.