Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
A Mexican/Southwestern ambience is pulled off well with Old Spanish décor, authentic Mexican dining and Spanish guitar echoing throughout.
Named for the 16th century explorer, Francisco de Coronado, this collection of hacienda-style buildings reverberates with Spanish guitars and Mexican serenades. Décor is enhanced with terracotta tiles and reflects the Spanish Colonial architecture and design characteristics of Northern Mexico and the American Southwest. The four- and five-story buildings rest on the shores of a 15-acre lake, which is home to many of the resort’s recreational offerings The 1,967 guest rooms are not spacious. However, the hotel is generous in the area of amenities and guest services. There are four heated pools, with the main one featuring a 46-foot Mayan pyramid and twisting waterslide, as well as watercraft and bicycle rentals, easy access to golf, a beauty salon, arcade, playground and several restaurants featuring Nuevo Latino dishes, traditional Mexican foods and standard American fare. Among its services are complimentary transportation to all Disney parks and babysitting.