The Coronado Springs Resort is the newest Moderate and is the only one in this category which has convention facilities.
Due to this the clientele tends to be weighted more towards the adult side of the age spectrum and the atmosphere a little more laid back. You don’t really feel like you are at Disney when staying here.
Business class rooms with a club lounge and other upgrades are offered at the Coronado.
The theme at the Coronado is Southwestern, with three different themed groups of buildings. Casitas is modeled after a Southwestern urban area, Rancheros, which are themed on Southwest cattle ranches, and Cabanas, which represent Mexican coastal villages.
In 2017 Disney World began construction of a new 15-story tower adjacent to the resort’s main building that will add 500 rooms, including suites and concierge-level services. Additionally, the resort will be transforming its landscape with floating gardens and an island housing a restaurant that connects the resort through a series of bridges as well.
The new tower will also feature rooftop dining with panoramic views of nighttime fireworks from Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Expect this section of Coronado Springs to be priced at the Deluxe level when it opens. Construction of the tower should continue through 2019.
Lounges and Bars
Barcelona Lounge – Offers espresso drinks, pastries and light fare, as well as cocktails, Spanish and California wines and American craft beers at this hybrid bakery-bar inspired by Spain’s coffee and gin culture.
Dahlia Lounge – This rooftop bar offers great views od nightly fireworks shows around property and a full bar.
Rix Lounge is the bar located near the convention center.
Siestas Cantina Pool Bar
Restaurants and Dining
Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood – D $$$ – Table Service – Dine on tapas, seafood and steak in style at this Spanish haven inspired by surrealist art and the 1930s avant-garde.
Maya Grille – D $$ – Table Service – Southwestern cuisine is featured here, with offerings like San Antonio Fajitas Skillet, Chicken Enchiladas, Shrimp Tacos, and a Vegetarian Skillet.
El Mercado De Coronado Food Court – BLD $ – Quick Service – Pepper Market is an oddity on Disney property, while it is a quick service restaurant food wise, the wait staff will bring and refill your beverages. Sandwiches, burgers, nachos, and flatbread pizzas are offered.
Café Rix – BLD $ – Quick Service – Grab and Go items. Sandwiches, salads, fruit.
Three Bridges Bar & Grill – Enjoy shareable bites, as well as savory entrees—the menu is filled with distinctive takes on familiar favorites. Located in the middle of the resort’s lake.
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If you are interested in staying at the Coronado Springs Resort, get a quote from our recommended Fee Free Travel Agent, Ears of Experience.
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